apply to babies?
Because a newly born baby has moved in next door and, thanks to the wonders of 1950’s pre-soundproofing architecture, it is like I am actually LIVING in the nursery WITH the baby.
Now obviously I don’t want the little thing taken away and destroyed like the council would do with a persistently noisy stereo, but maybe they could take it away and return it when it has got through the difficult and noisy stages of life development at maybe aged…..37?
Also, how often do women ‘do a Sonia off Eastenders’.
You know, like when Sonia thought she was just really constipated and then just had a MASSIVE baby. Because my neighbour didn’t look pregnant when I held the door open for her a few months ago and she didn’t say thank you. And she didn’t look pregnant a few months ago when my gf said ‘Hi’ to her on the beach and she blanked her, and she didn’t look pregnant when she was scowling at us as her boyfriend said ‘Hi’ to us outside blockbuster video.
So maybe it was a big surprise for her, a big terrible noisy surprise for everyone.