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(Some Ticked Off Neighbor)   Anonymous notes left on doors can make for some pretty funny reading. Behold, a tribute to the creativity of your neighbors   (happyplace.com) divider line 201
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2012-02-13 03:25:28 PM

wallywam1: 9beers: meanmutton: You do realize that you're the asshole in that story, right?

When the laundry room closes at 10pm and people are bouncing shiat around in the dryer at 1am, I'm the asshole? Yeah, no.

Next time you tell the story, remember the part about the laundry room being closed. That's important.


I understood from the first story that the laundry room was closed. Just because a specific time wasn't stated doesn't mean it wasn't mentioned. Maybe you should read more carefully.
 
2012-02-13 03:25:30 PM

Magorn: Years ago I was at an extremely crowded shopping mall during Christmas, and realized on of the resons I had such trouble parking was that some had parked thier Jag so it took up FOUR spaces, he'd parked over the line intersecting the four speces so he took up exactly on quarter of each.

So I did what any right-thinking American would do: Grabbed a dark blue windbreaker from my car and pretended to be mall security and waved the next four cars I saw into those spaces "Yes man'am it will be alright. The car? Oh dealer left it here from last night's car show, he's not going to be able to pick it up till tomorrow, yeah it's okay to park here I promise."


I fully approve. Usually when I see some jerk that has parked across 2 parking spaces, I'll pull in with my passenger door an inch or 2 off their driver side mirror. I drive a fairly small car, so I can usually fit even with them partway over. For some reason a lot of these people leave more room on the driver side of their car than on the passenger side. I'm rather surprised I haven't been keyed yet to be honest.
 
2012-02-13 03:27:29 PM
I should have taken a picture of the thrift store plate we used to pile the dog crap on and place on the sidewalk...Note said: mmm looks more appetizing on fine china doesn't it? Thanks
 
2012-02-13 03:30:20 PM

BurnShrike: teeny: CSB:

Once I was lucky enough to find two checks that had been pulled out of my checkbook and left on my 7-year-old son's pillow.

They had been filled out by my 5-year-old daughter as ticket violations. One was for "being mene" and the other was for "hogging the competer."

/still have them in my treasured box of memories

Cute story sis, but I don't see what it has to do with the topic at hand, which is leaving anonymous passive-aggressive notes for annoying neighbours.


Link
 
2012-02-13 03:33:12 PM
static.happyplace.com

Really? Maybe you should take it up with your dear and fluffy god for making dogs capable of barking. Or perhaps you should save the soul of that dog before his sinful ways damn his poor canine soul to hell.
 
2012-02-13 03:34:14 PM

Zafler: I fully approve. Usually when I see some jerk that has parked across 2 parking spaces, I'll pull in with my passenger door an inch or 2 off their driver side mirror.


Heh... Glad I'm not the only person that does this.

Don't know why it bugs me... Strikes me as the person saying, "My car is too good to park with all the peons and I don't want any riff raff parking near my ride".

I drive an old GMC cargo van, too, so I love to park as close to these assholes as possible and I don't have to worry about "keying" since a key scratch would be unrecognizable amidst all the other scrapes, dents, rust spots, etc.
 
2012-02-13 03:34:37 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Lucky me, I was the first one to teach her a lesson. She was furious, threatening to have me evicted, to have me arrested, etc., for messing with HER laundry.


I've never had many problems with shared laundry facilities in my life, but that's probably because I usually take a book with me and babysit my laundry. When I've looked for a place to buy, though, a laundry hookup is absolutely non-negotiable. As far as I'm concerned, the mark of being an adult is having your own washer and drier.
 
2012-02-13 03:41:08 PM
www.engrish.com

s-ak.buzzfed.com

Two of my favorites.
 
2012-02-13 03:42:21 PM

LincolnLogolas: I have left and been left plenty of notes during my 5 years living in an apartment. Usually the notes I have left involved me sticking notes on the washer/dryer I was using because people would always open the washer/dryer to see if it was empty (despite the fact that it's moving and making noise). Sometimes they'd just close the lid, and not push "start" again, so my laundry would be soapy and/or soaking wet when I got to it, or they'd get impatient and remove my laundry while it was still soapy/wet so they could use the washer/dryer. Usually my notes read something like "Yes, this washer/dryer is in use. If you're going to open it, please push 'START' once you close the lid. Please do not remove my garments, particularly my underwear, from the washer/dryer, as I am in the midst of a horrible herpes and genital wart outbreak, and would not wish to contaminate you."

The notes that got left for me on my door were always from two downstairs neighbors I had for two years, in response to the police showing up at their door at LEAST once a week in response to them throwing a party, again, at 1am on a Thursday night. Usually to the tune of "DEAR ASSHOLE NEIGHBOR: LET ME KNOW IF WE ARE BEING TOO LOUD. STOP CALLING THE FARKING POLICE ON US!!!"

Problem with that was they didn't acknowledge the universal stomping on the floor/ceiling to mean "STFU", but instead took it to mean "We should be louder so we can't hear the stomping anymore", and I got tired of pounding on their door at 2am EVERY week. They finally got evicted after the police showed up one evening when they had 40 people in their 2bdr apartment. They pissed on my door the day they moved out.


Had a buddy who had a similar noise problem: the guy across the way used to have these LOUD parties on his back porch that would start at 12-1am. and my buddy was a plumber who had to be up at 4am most days for work. So he tried being nice, asking him to turn it down, or maybe have the parties only on weekends, he tried offering helpful suggestions: Maybe move the speakers inside, or at least turn them so they were facing INWARD rather than outward point at my buddy's window. He even called the cops (which for him was a big deal) but the guy would always manage to get the volume down just as the cops were pulling into the complex, everytime.

SO one night the thumpa-thumpa starts again and my buddy poke his head out of his window and the guy just grins back at him with a "what the fark can YOU do about it grin". So my buddy pulled out a gun and shot him. Right square in the middle of his forehead. Now, because he was being nice he chose his paintbull gun rather than one of his impressive collection of real ones; however the shootee didn't know that for several minutes and his screams of terror were much louder than the music for a few minutes. The cops, who were the same ones who'd been called several times, were sufficently amused by what he'd done, and his marksmanship that they decided it was a simple assault and as such, a misdemeanor, and therefore, since they didn't actually witness the crime, they couldn't make an arrest until the complainant went to the station, during normal business hours, swore out a complaint under oath and convinced a magistrate to pass an arrest warrant (which they made sound like a hideously complicated process).

The upshot was the man with the loud speakers A) never bothered to follow through and B) kept his music at respectful levels forever after.
 
2012-02-13 03:46:02 PM

Agent Smiths Laugh: [static.happyplace.com image 450x450]

Really? Maybe you should take it up with your dear and fluffy god for making dogs capable of barking. Or perhaps you should save the soul of that dog before his sinful ways damn his poor canine soul to hell.


How do you know the author wasn't being sarcastic about the jeebus-fish on the rear of the cars owned by the barking dog people?
 
2012-02-13 03:48:14 PM
Same thing with the College, the exams, and the noise.

Midterms, finals, we had one douche on the floor who's sole purpose was to be a dick to everyone and fail as hard as he could out of School. Partying's a necessity in College but yeah, you've got to keep one ear on those who might need to sleep. Particularly if you're doing this on a Thursday or any other day than on Friday/Weekend.

Kid would do this in the middle of the week, and when asked by numerous people, we got the same response, a huge FARK YOU, middle finger and volume raised.

The RA was absent all the time, doing who knows what, so I found the electrical closet (which opened really easily with a plastic card), found his room, and promptly turned it off.

THUMPATHUMPATHU......... from down the hallway, a muffled 'Hey!'

And again due to our school sucking balls, it usually took several hours for facilities to show.
 
2012-02-13 03:48:14 PM

Cytokine Storm: Cute story sis, but I don't see what it has to do with the topic at hand, which is leaving anonymous passive-aggressive notes for annoying neighbours.

Link



The difference is I'm not trying to steer the topic away from its intention and make it about my snowflakes. I was just adding another story about passive aggressive notes. The fact that the main characters in the story once resided in my uterus is an irrelevant detail.
 
2012-02-13 03:48:47 PM

namegoeshere: Tom_Slick: [static.happyplace.com image 600x377]

Ooh, that reminds me... In our Boobies-college apartment,



Now I feel like an idiot for choosing UW.
 
2012-02-13 03:49:38 PM
<b><a href="http://www.fark.com/comments/6938701/74941631#c74941631" target="_blank">FloydA</a>:</b> <i>keylock71:

Not to be confused with a Donut Bell, of course...

Indeed. An entirely different thing, altogether.

[i105.photobucket.com image 420x381]</i>

<everyone> AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT THING. </everyone>
 
2012-02-13 03:54:36 PM

cedarpark: FloydA

Indeed. An entirely different thing, altogether.


<everyone> AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT THING. </everyone>


i105.photobucket.com
 
2012-02-13 03:55:36 PM
I hung this little gem up in my apartment building in Champaign about a month before I moved.

a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net
 
2012-02-13 03:56:51 PM
 
2012-02-13 03:58:09 PM
There's a legitimately handicapped woman that works at the Comcast office right next to my office. Every day she parks in the same spot, and every day we see her struggle to get in and out of her car, sometimes while carrying cable equipment.

About two weeks ago some perfectly able-bodied, middle aged woman - without a handicapped placard or plate - parked her car diagonally across the handicapped spot next to the Comcast lady's car, and even a bit over into the non-handicapped spot next to THAT, so no one could park there either. The nose of her car was so close to the door of the handicapped woman's car that you literally could not have opened it more than about 4" - 5".

Her complete disregard for everyone else was... irritating and we felt bad for the handicapped woman whose car was blocked. So I just wrote on a post-it note "You are an inconsiderate parker, and you should be ashamed of yourself" on my way out to pick up lunch. I stuck it on her driver's side window. Apparently when she came back she looked at the note, shrugged with a distinct, "Eh, so what?" look and then just left the note on the ground.

We have a loooooooot of rich, entitled douches here in DC.
 
2012-02-13 04:00:38 PM
My CSB:

I've had many annoying neighbors living in apartments and dorms, but the worst was this old lady living below me who would bang on the ceiling every time I was having sex. At first I thought, okay, maybe I shouldn't be doing this late at night if it's keeping her up. So we started doing it at different hours, early in the evening, in the afternoon, in the morning, it didn't matter because she would have a fit banging on the ceiling. Eventually though, she just started banging at random times, when we were watching tv in the living room or even when we were sleeping in the middle of the night. She would call the police on us once a week and every time the police officer would say he didn't understand why she called them as he could see we were sleeping or not doing anything that would make noise. Finally she slipped us a note demanding that we buy a new bed because ours was too squeaky and she also told us that we needed to walk on our tip toes if we were going to walk around the apartment. She also notified the leasing office on numerous occasions which they would bring us in and we would explain the situation and they would say that she apparently complains about everyone around her and she was basically crazy. I just couldn't believe she really expected us to walk around on our tip toes and buy a new bed. We lasted about 7 months before we just moved as we couldn't take it anymore.
 
2012-02-13 04:02:36 PM
And for those who are perpetually annoyed by bad parkers:

The $68 Wheel Dolly.

Four of these will move just about anything (These are rated at 1500lbs per corner).

Place around the wheel, jack it up. Move on to the other three and do the same.

We had one person who'd purposely park badly and in other people's assigned spots in our garage.

Used to just push move the car with these into a series of surprisingly random and difficult places to drive out of.
 
2012-02-13 04:03:22 PM
These were hilarious, but the poor middle schooler being woken up at night, her parents need to deal with that one. Got to give her points for trying though.
 
2012-02-13 04:05:52 PM

Zafler: Magorn: Years ago I was at an extremely crowded shopping mall during Christmas, and realized on of the resons I had such trouble parking was that some had parked thier Jag so it took up FOUR spaces, he'd parked over the line intersecting the four speces so he took up exactly on quarter of each.

So I did what any right-thinking American would do: Grabbed a dark blue windbreaker from my car and pretended to be mall security and waved the next four cars I saw into those spaces "Yes man'am it will be alright. The car? Oh dealer left it here from last night's car show, he's not going to be able to pick it up till tomorrow, yeah it's okay to park here I promise."

I fully approve. Usually when I see some jerk that has parked across 2 parking spaces, I'll pull in with my passenger door an inch or 2 off their driver side mirror. I drive a fairly small car, so I can usually fit even with them partway over. For some reason a lot of these people leave more room on the driver side of their car than on the passenger side. I'm rather surprised I haven't been keyed yet to be honest.


I drive a Wrangler and almost search for these people. I park right next to them and then hop out the back.
 
2012-02-13 04:13:58 PM

Snakeophelia: Loved the one about laundry being put out in the snow. It's always good for jerks to be reminded that (a) other people can be bigger jerks and (b) karma can be instant. I think I would have been too chicken to put my room # on that one, though.


No room number but add bleach to their load...
 
2012-02-13 04:14:04 PM

FloydA: namegoeshere: Tom_Slick: [static.happyplace.com image 600x377]

Ooh, that reminds me... In our Boobies-college apartment,


Now I feel like an idiot for choosing UW.


Boobies college is best college! ;)
 
2012-02-13 04:15:27 PM

brigid_fitch: Diogenes: I'm definitely noticing a strong correlation between people who communicate through signs and poor language and spelling skills.

And repeated invocations of Christianity. "I'm passive-aggressive and will DOUBLE-GUILT you into complying!"

I've been known to leave post-it notes on cars where people either don't know how to park or are complete douchebags about it. I know it's childish & dumb but I take heart in the hope that maybe--just MAYBE--someone will think twice next time about parking diagonally across 2 spots so nobody can park near their precious Camaro.


I've been known to leave notes for those that double-park that read,
"I HOPE YOU DON'T fark LIKE YOU PARK. YOU'LL NEVER GET IT IN!"
 
2012-02-13 04:18:21 PM

Znuh: And for those who are perpetually annoyed by bad parkers:

The $68 Wheel Dolly.

Four of these will move just about anything (These are rated at 1500lbs per corner).

Place around the wheel, jack it up. Move on to the other three and do the same.

We had one person who'd purposely park badly and in other people's assigned spots in our garage.

Used to just push move the car with these into a series of surprisingly random and difficult places to drive out of.


That's an awesome idea. Just keep four of those in the trunk for whenever you need them!

When I was a LOT younger there was a small sports car - like a Miata or a Fiat Spyder - or something similar. Well at my first job this car parked someone else in, and eight or so guys picked up the car and set it on top of the nearby railroad tracks.
 
2012-02-13 04:18:51 PM

4NTLRZ: I've been known to leave notes for those that double-park that read,
"I HOPE YOU DON'T fark LIKE YOU PARK. YOU'LL NEVER GET IT IN!"



I don't think you know what 'double-park' means.
 
2012-02-13 04:21:38 PM

namegoeshere: Ooh, that reminds me... In our Boobies-college apartment, our downstairs neighbors had a premature baby on a heart monitor. I know the baby was premature and on a heart monitor because they left notes all over the farking building, on all the doors, for everyone to please be very quiet at all times because they had a premature baby on a heart monitor. If there was any noise at all, the next day there would be biatchy, obnoxious notes about how the noise was so very bad for their premature baby on a heart monitor, and how evil we childless people were and how we didn't understand how stressful it was to have a premature baby on a heart monitor


Your post is upsetting my premature baby who is on a heart monitor.
 
2012-02-13 04:26:01 PM

AlanSmithee: namegoeshere: Ooh, that reminds me... In our Boobies-college apartment, our downstairs neighbors had a premature baby on a heart monitor. I know the baby was premature and on a heart monitor because they left notes all over the farking building, on all the doors, for everyone to please be very quiet at all times because they had a premature baby on a heart monitor. If there was any noise at all, the next day there would be biatchy, obnoxious notes about how the noise was so very bad for their premature baby on a heart monitor, and how evil we childless people were and how we didn't understand how stressful it was to have a premature baby on a heart monitor

Your post is upsetting my premature baby who is on a heart monitor.


Would you me to type quieter?
 
2012-02-13 04:29:12 PM

4NTLRZ: brigid_fitch: Diogenes: I'm definitely noticing a strong correlation between people who communicate through signs and poor language and spelling skills.

And repeated invocations of Christianity. "I'm passive-aggressive and will DOUBLE-GUILT you into complying!"

I've been known to leave post-it notes on cars where people either don't know how to park or are complete douchebags about it. I know it's childish & dumb but I take heart in the hope that maybe--just MAYBE--someone will think twice next time about parking diagonally across 2 spots so nobody can park near their precious Camaro.

I've been known to leave notes for those that double-park that read,
"I HOPE YOU DON'T fark LIKE YOU PARK. YOU'LL NEVER GET IT IN!"


I should pre-print some and keep them in the car. One I've thought about making is:

"If it's too damned big for you to park it, you shouldn't be driving it."
 
2012-02-13 04:31:54 PM

namegoeshere: AlanSmithee: namegoeshere: Ooh, that reminds me... In our Boobies-college apartment, our downstairs neighbors had a premature baby on a heart monitor. I know the baby was premature and on a heart monitor because they left notes all over the farking building, on all the doors, for everyone to please be very quiet at all times because they had a premature baby on a heart monitor. If there was any noise at all, the next day there would be biatchy, obnoxious notes about how the noise was so very bad for their premature baby on a heart monitor, and how evil we childless people were and how we didn't understand how stressful it was to have a premature baby on a heart monitor

Your post is upsetting my premature baby who is on a heart monitor.

Would you me to type quieter?


As a premature baby on a heart monitor, I can assure you that you aren't bothering me in the slightest. I really wouldn't mind some sweet, sweet titty-milk right now, though. Thanks.
 
2012-02-13 04:32:05 PM

teeny: 4NTLRZ: I've been known to leave notes for those that double-park that read,
"I HOPE YOU DON'T fark LIKE YOU PARK. YOU'LL NEVER GET IT IN!"


I don't think you know what 'double-park' means.


My bad. Probably should have used the term "multi-space" parking. But "double-parking" is often used to describe that practice.

Let me guess, you graduated summa cum laude at the Parking Terminology Police Academy, or you're just being "mene".
:)
 
2012-02-13 04:32:06 PM
www.inquisitr.com
 
2012-02-13 04:32:36 PM
We have no problem confronting the neighbors if there's a problem. I suppose it helps that they're not crazy.

We have college kids (Korean brother and sister) living above us who have company quite often. Noise-wise we usually give them the benefit of the doubt since they're young and their place is likely the best hangout for their friends who probably still live with their parents. Usually all they do is play video games and fall on the floor laughing (which in turn makes us laugh). A couple of nights in a row, they moved the party to the room above our bedroom...until 4 in the morning. We finally went upstairs and talked to them about it. They were extremely apologetic and said it wouldn't happen again. It hasn't; they limit their shenanigans to their living room.

One of our next door neighbors are a different story. They crank up their TV so loud that it drowns out our music or TV on the opposite end of our apartment. They really seem to love their Bollywood dramas. I've spoken with them several times about the noise and they always turn it down when I ask, but why do I have to keep asking? If they were old or hearing impaired, I'd understand. But they're in their mid-twenties and haven't said anything about it needing to be loud for any particular reason. They just say, "Ok" and turn it down. We've gotten to the point that we just bang on the wall, which almost always works. Thanks, neighbor.
 
2012-02-13 04:37:54 PM
Most of my neighbors don't like me because they think I'm a hussy.

So I try to play the part by mowing the lawn in my bikini.
 
2012-02-13 04:38:42 PM

buckler: namegoeshere: AlanSmithee: namegoeshere: Ooh, that reminds me... In our Boobies-college apartment, our downstairs neighbors had a premature baby on a heart monitor. I know the baby was premature and on a heart monitor because they left notes all over the farking building, on all the doors, for everyone to please be very quiet at all times because they had a premature baby on a heart monitor. If there was any noise at all, the next day there would be biatchy, obnoxious notes about how the noise was so very bad for their premature baby on a heart monitor, and how evil we childless people were and how we didn't understand how stressful it was to have a premature baby on a heart monitor

Your post is upsetting my premature baby who is on a heart monitor.

Would you me to type quieter?

As a premature baby on a heart monitor, I can assure you that you aren't bothering me in the slightest. I really wouldn't mind some sweet, sweet titty-milk right now, though. Thanks.


Lucky for you, I went to Boobies college!
 
2012-02-13 04:39:34 PM

Diogenes: 4NTLRZ: brigid_fitch: Diogenes: I'm definitely noticing a strong correlation between people who communicate through signs and poor language and spelling skills.

And repeated invocations of Christianity. "I'm passive-aggressive and will DOUBLE-GUILT you into complying!"

I've been known to leave post-it notes on cars where people either don't know how to park or are complete douchebags about it. I know it's childish & dumb but I take heart in the hope that maybe--just MAYBE--someone will think twice next time about parking diagonally across 2 spots so nobody can park near their precious Camaro.

I've been known to leave notes for those that double-park that read,
"I HOPE YOU DON'T fark LIKE YOU PARK. YOU'LL NEVER GET IT IN!"

I should pre-print some and keep them in the car. One I've thought about making is:

"If it's too damned big for you to park it, you shouldn't be driving it."


I love it! Awesome idea!

Ya know, what? That's probably the most appropriate note to leave, especially in my part of the country with the masses of soccer moms that drive huge trucks, SUVs, Hummers, etc. that have absolutely no idea how to park them properly.
 
2012-02-13 04:40:50 PM
I didn't bother with notes. I talked to them about their dog, and after nothing changed, I just flung the dog shiat against their front door every morning. It sticks beautifully! They got the message rather rapidly.
 
2012-02-13 04:43:04 PM
I am having an issue with my neighbor now. She gets really outraged over such things as my boyfriend playing with his remote control car in the street at 3:00 PM on a Sunday. We used to be really good friends but she's surly now. She then called Animal Control, saying my dogs barked (they don't) and even tried to poison them. She yelled at my boyfriend telling him he had less "rights" than she did.

She is in final stages of cancer now, which makes me feel bad, but nothing was ever done to intentionally hurt her, she just thought that the world revolved around her preferences.
 
2012-02-13 04:44:35 PM

4NTLRZ: I don't think you know what 'double-park' means.

My bad. Probably should have used the term "multi-space" parking. But "double-parking" is often used to describe that practice.

Let me guess, you graduated summa cum laude at the Parking Terminology Police Academy, or you're just being "mene".



It's both. But since I knew what you meant, you can add "pedantic asshole" to the list. Carry on.
 
2012-02-13 04:49:29 PM
Put someone's door number on the note that isn't yours. Then get two a-holes mad at each other and sit back and watch
 
2012-02-13 04:54:09 PM

Diogenes: I'm definitely noticing a strong correlation between people who communicate through signs and poor language and spelling skills.


Usually uncontrolled anger or sometimes stupidity.

The GF got pissed at some of our neighbors who moved in but then proceeded to park in their yards like farking white trash and it pissed her off, since she is not prone to confrontations and is pretty tiny she just got little girly type stationary and wrote out notes pointing out how people that can afford a $300K+ house in georgia should not leave their yard looking like a site location for Deliverance. Either their cars got moved or they hired contractors to come pave wider driveways.
 
2012-02-13 04:54:53 PM

brigid_fitch: I've been known to leave post-it notes on cars where people either don't know how to park or are complete douchebags about it. I know it's childish & dumb but I take heart in the hope that maybe--just MAYBE--someone will think twice next time about parking diagonally across 2 spots so nobody can park near their precious Camaro.


Jumping in with the passive aggressive parking notes but several times someone had left a note on my windshield in our parking deck saying that I had parked too close to her car. Seeing as I park next to a column, which I practically hug as I turn into this tight spot, it wasn't from the person that normally parked to my side, so it must've been the driver of the car who usually parked ahead of me. Every time I got a note I would check my Corolla's nose and see that is was behind my line and within an acceptable range of parking space although I admit I have parked pretty damn close to the bumper ahead of me but a ton of people do that in our garage. It's ridiculously tiny.

One day this woman came up to my office, tracked me down by apparently telling building management that I dented her car and she wanted to just find out who owned my car so they directed her to my floor. She came up, confronted me in front of my colleagues, because she felt I was too close to her back bumper. After she left, everyone thought she was a little nuts for confronting me about it, even if it was a new car. So myself and two co-workers went down into the garage a few minutes later to check my car out and sure enough, about 8 inches were between our bumper and there was nary a scratch on her bumper let alone a dent. She's come up to our floor a few more times since then but reception has been instructed to call building management on her anytime she comes looking for me. They've also changed their policies about giving out car information to anyone.
 
Ook
2012-02-13 04:55:37 PM
I have thrown two parties in my three years of living at my current apartment, and for one of them the activities were curtailed because apparently the downstairs neighbors couldn't take DDR at 9:10pm on a saturday. We were too nice to use the drumming on their ceiling as a counter-beat

/asshats
 
2012-02-13 04:55:43 PM
I live in the second floor of a 19 storey condo tower. It's a U-shaped complex with a courtyard in the middel, which my condo faces. A while back, someone from one of the upper floors started dropping their garbage from their balcony. Bags of garbage, shoe boxes, some flower pots, and even once a full, hot ricecooker. This went on for 6 months or so, and it happened a few times per week. Aside from being scary, (from the sound of the whooshing and the crash) and disgusting, it was dangerous as hell. Strata was useless, and there never was anyway to prove who was doing it until one time they dropped a shipping box with their name and address.

WIth that, I was able to get my department manager, who used to work at ICBC and still had conections there, if he could get me a plate number for that address. I gathered up a bunch of the bags that fell after that, and dumped them all over her car along with the shipping box, with a note explaining that if there was any more garbage dumped from her balcony, i would call the cops.

The garbage stopped after that.

Also
 
2012-02-13 04:59:22 PM
Twice in my life, I've had a car horn go off near my place all night. Once in Massachusetts, where the car horn started blaring like there was a body laying across it at 2am, and again in Washington state, where a car alarm started going off around midnight.

Both times called the police (as did several of the neighbors) and both times the cops came out, agreed that the car was making noise, and left without doing anything.

Not sure what I'll do next time. Perhaps a rock and a pair of wire cutters will do the trick.

/firebombing is too risky
//might spread to my house
 
2012-02-13 05:01:55 PM

Nexzus: Also


Also what!? I'm dieing of suspense here. Hate when people accidentally the whole post.
 
2012-02-13 05:06:39 PM
My neighbors have band practice in their apartment.

One day that apartment will be on fire, you wait.
 
2012-02-13 05:11:04 PM

teeny: 4NTLRZ: I don't think you know what 'double-park' means.

My bad. Probably should have used the term "multi-space" parking. But "double-parking" is often used to describe that practice.

Let me guess, you graduated summa cum laude at the Parking Terminology Police Academy, or you're just being "mene".


It's both. But since I knew what you meant, you can add "pedantic asshole" to the list. Carry on.


Duly noted, you mene competer hog, you!
 
2012-02-13 05:15:36 PM

z3for2: Put someone's door number on the note that isn't yours. Then get two a-holes mad at each other and sit back and watch


If you do this, and one a-hole murders the other, are you responsible in any way?
 
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