Sign of the times?
A central Texas Airbnb has gone viral on TikTok for the number of rules posted around the six-bedroom house.
Becky Navarro, 40, rented the property in Wimberley, Texas, for a May weekend with her family and a few friends — and was shocked to discover warning signs throughout the home.
“We had no idea about the rules until we arrived,” Navarro told The Post, claiming that the $2,000 nightly rental had “zero online instructions.”
Navarro says the notes on the furniture and appliances took away from the vacation fun.
“Is there a cap on how many rules can be displayed at Airbnbs?” she asked in her video, which has posted 4.6 million views on TikTok since it was posted in late June.
The 84-second clip shows full-page laminated signs and labels warning against touching fragile property, moving decor and being careless with furniture.
Some of the notes, such as the one notifying renters where the cleaning products are or how to use the microwave, were understandable — but others made Navarro question why the owners rented the property in the first place.
“DECORATIVE PIECE ONLY DO NOT TOUCH OR MOVE FOR ANY REASON. I AM 10,000 YEARS OLD AND WILL BREAK IF YOU LOOK AT ME THE WRONG WAY,” a sign on a wooden room divider in one of the bedrooms read.
“Y’all I dont get it. We stayed at an airbnb / vrbo house with another family over the weekend. The rules displayed all over the house just killed me,” Navarro wrote in her TikTok caption.
“It seemed like every room and every surface had a note. It almost felt like it wasn’t a vacation with So. Many. Rules.”
Many viewers agreed the amount of signage was just too much.
One TikToker suggested “they could have made a welcome book and included house rules in it, the labels and signs are just tacky.”
“NO BC WE HAD THE SAME EXPERIENCE AT ANOTHER PLACE IT DROVE ME NUTS,” another shared.
“Did you have to sleep on the floor or were you graciously allowed to touch the mattress?” a third joked.
But some commenters seemed to understand where the owners were coming from.
“Idk i’m i wrong but i kind or like that it’s like a good way of knowing things are clean and kept in well condition,” one TikToker mused.