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Might as well have ended the thread here tbh
Regarding some matter or other
or turn your fucking music down.
and they're letting you know out of courtesy because they'll have to enter your garden to do so.
The etiquette in this circumstance is to tell them not to bother sweeping it up, as they're doing you a favour in a way.
so many questions
but never mind, now they just won't bother.
But then I said it looked like the man who lives upstairs and isn't very mobile and Matt said he might have been after help and now I feel really guilty for ignoring him.
I'm not going to knock on every door in this building and ask them if they knocked on ours.
a different neighbour knocked on his door and he's trying to figure out who it was.
It's a never-ending cycle.
and they want to politely ask you to move it (if you have a car that is).
who wasn't even a neighbour, they lived about ten minutes walk away. Anyways, the dog was escaping through the back fence into the woodland bit behind the house and going on a bit of a travel to lay a turd down in someone's garden on a daily basis, completely unbeknownst to myself. You can't really stop the dog from getting out so it's out of my hands, unfortunately.
In my experience. (note: I once lived in Australia. But same applies in Essex which is very similar in many many ways)
But probably not in the top 500 most DiS.
I had, I re-united scared pet with massive scared pet owner.
because their elderly husband had passed out in the bath & evacuated their bowel and lost consciousness and they couldn't lift him out of his shit'n'bathwater drowning
I ran down and saved his naked old arse
you're a disgrace, BitT. saving an old man just for internet kudos.
he had a sizeable schlong as it goes
you never know who'll get one
I told them no - that was just Darren from number 16, he might look scary but he's harmless, just a little scary looking. His Mum is great and Darren is a big softie - just ask him about Corrie and he'll tell you all his favourite characters. For a bit too long to be honest.
can i borrow a pound/some beer/salad cream, etc.
don't lend her anything, like. the shop's literally a sixty second walk away.
How much are they?
I hadn't but pointed out that their delivery system had gone down terribly recently and sometimes they don't even put a card through the door saying it's with a neighbour / at the depo. We speculated about what might happen when the Royal Mail is privatised but I secretly worried that I'm not sure if Amazon even use Royal Mail. Little bit of angst there but we got through it ok by concluding the world is going to hell in a handcart.
cos they answered the time I locked myself out of my flat and needed a ladder. And that second time I locked myself out of my flat and needed a ladder and some shoes to wear on the ladder.
after he's had a few too many at the rugby club.
He's always very apologetic when I put him right to be fair.
earlier in the year when it had been snowing. I said 'You're guess is as good as mine mate!' Kind of wish I'd took the opportunity to point out my appreciation of the work of binmen in such terrible weather and the excellent public service they provide.
Idk if he lives above us and my first thought was that we were going to be told off for doing sex too loud and that would be really, really embarrassing. 85%, thinly veiled, etc.
(thinly veiled, ladette, etc.) and it was awful. The batshit woman that lived downstairs woke up the entire floor as she was yelling at me, calling me a whore, etc. I had a great time explaining that one to the property manager. :\
And not e.g. Jehovah's Witnesses or the bloke from the gas board come to read the meter?
I didn't hear the door to the street close after he left.
Yes, it probably was then.
Felt a bit daft but we all agreed it was a little step forward in preventing global warming.
"your cat has shit in the stair"
"your cat was meowing outside your house and it woke me up in the middle of the night because it was so deafeningly loud"
"your cat shit in the stair again"
because you're the sort of loony that doesn't leave their front door unlocked when you're in the house.
never knocks on my door :(
don't forget the SOAWJO.
and they've always wondered what the experience of answering the door is like from the other side
2. tell you they got robbed earlier
"please can you put out a fire in our flat as it's the sabbath and we're not allowed to do it"
Had to go in and pour water on a loaf of bread which had been in the oven for hours and was actually on fire in the kitchen. Good job I was in, I reckon they might have let the flat burn down.
then you deserve the fiery death you have coming to you.
Best one is Can I borrow some sugar. You'd think it was an urban myth but I've had this happen so many times.
Poor old Ole Gunner. He was never out of my vestibule with his empty sugar dish when I lived in manchester.
And maybe some earplugs.
did the old "as long as I get it back"
think that was the only time I've ever seen a neighbour
she came to my door apologising for the noise the night before (i hadn't heard anything) she said she had been moving furniture around. she then asked if she could see around my flat to see if it was the same layout as hers, so I let her in. I think she was after a japesin' but she was giving off a serious mental vibe so I showed her the door. Then as she was leaving said if I could get my hands on some weed to give her a shout.
seen her in the street a few months later and she dingied me. think she's a proper headcase.
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