This article was originally published in September 2018.
You can read more about Airbnb in our blog article:Airbnb hosts are everywhere in the United States, and they’re often the subject of hilarious memes, videos, and GIFs.
There are some hosts who are so outlandish that you’ll swear they are from the future.
But there are also some hosts whose stories can be told without a lot of drama.
And there are some who are hilarious.
We took a look at a few of the funniest hosts in the world, from those who came to life through their own imaginations to those who have had it up to here.
Here are our top 10 funniest Airbnb hosts: 1.
Aubrey O’Brien (Airbnb host, The Bachelor, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”) She’s a little bit like a crazy drunk from the moment she walked onto the set of The Bachelor.
You’ll never know what’s real and what’s not.
She’s not afraid to do things that aren’t funny.
For instance, she doesn’t want her house to be the center of attention, and she has a reputation for not taking requests.
Ashley Benson (Airbus flight attendant, “Futurama”) This one might be a little too much for the average person, but Ashley Benson has a talent for taking on any task that has a chance of making a difference.
She once told a woman who had been groped by a co-worker that she didn’t think it was sexual harassment.
Nicky Hopkins (Hollywood actor, “Dancing with the Stars”) In the late 80s, Nicky was a huge star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but his life was about to change forever.
After being a contestant on “Dance With the Stars” in 1994, Nick went on to star in “The Good Wife,” “The Office,” and many other television series.
Paul McCartney (Actor, “Paul McCartney”) In 1999, Paul McCartney made a big splash with his Broadway debut as a gay character on “Saturday Night Live.”
After years of touring the world with the band, the band’s tour ended in 2006 when McCartney was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
He has remained active on the tour bus and has been touring in various capacities since then.
David Lynch (Director, “Twin Peaks” and “Halloween: The Musical”) David Lynch is perhaps the greatest of American filmmakers, and his movies are always packed with bizarre moments and characters.
In this Netflix series, he plays an odd, quirky, and sometimes terrifying man who has an uncanny ability to create life and death scenarios.
Chris Pratt (Actor) In the 1990s, Chris Pratt was the star of the hit sitcom “Glee.”
But this movie was an anomaly.
It didn’t have a single line about being gay.
That was until he read a script.
After starring in “Guardians of the Galaxy” and then being cast in “Star Trek: Into Darkness,” he’s now an Oscar-nominated actor and one of the best-known superheroes in Hollywood.
Daniel Day-Lewis (Actor and singer, “A League of Their Own”) Daniel Day Lewis has a penchant for playing strange characters who are just different enough to make it all the more surprising.
In the classic “A Streetcar Named Desire” episode, a young couple get married at a wedding reception.
The two people in question are not married at all.
They’re actually friends.
This episode was adapted into the film “A City Called Mercy” and starred Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, and John Travolta.
Jodie Foster (Actor/comedian) Jod, in the show “SaturdayNight Live,” plays the head of the family, a woman named Jodine.
She can make all the guests laugh by pretending to be drunk.
And that’s about it.
But, in “SaturdayAfternoon,” she’s played by another comedian, Jodette Peters.
Jodye and Jod are actually friends from high school.
Paul Scheer (Actor & comedian, “American Idol”) If you ask Paul Scheers what makes him tick, it’s probably that he’s a huge fan of the “American Dream.”
So when he was asked to sing on the show’s finale, he jumped at the chance.
But after doing it, he realized how it was all a bit silly.
“It was the biggest mistake of my life,” he said.
Scheer was forced to move to a new city to perform because he was no longer the star.
Mark Ruffalo (Actor in the film The Big Short, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”) You could say Mark Ruffalos is the man behind the curtain, the guy who makes the big decisions, who can make a movie and then make it huge.
In “The Big Short