While the greater part of us need to manage neighbors almost as exhausting as us, a few people are honored to live close to probably the most unusual and flighty people there are.
In the event that you’ve ever done anything like the things on this rundown, simply realize your neighbor appreciates you. Likely. I think.
1. Talk about the Cold War, huh?
On the off chance that you assault an adversary with similar strategies, over and over, it’s unavoidable that they’ll get more brilliant and plan their counterattack. “The great warriors of old originally put themselves past the chance of destruction, and afterward hung tight for a chance of crushing the adversary.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War.
2. What to expect when you’re expecting.
Beginning a family ain’t simple, particularly in the event that it wasn’t arranged. So this neighbor assumed liability and sent some youngsters to uphold their direction. How decent. They would do well to continue to send more for the following couple of years, however.
3. Maybe they have something important to talk about. It’s none of your business.
Well, it’s getting harder to grow in this changing climate. If my soil wasn’t fertile enough and I wasn’t getting enough sunlight, I might take it up with the customer support too.
4. “That’s got to be the best pirate I’ve ever seen.”
So it would seem. This is the part where “He’s a Pirate” blares through the speakers at full volume. Pirate hats off to this neighbor for creativity and giving their other neighbors quite the sight.
5. Whoever you are, just know you’ve been told off.
I don’t know that the statistics are for smoking-induced diseases in cats, but the numbers should definitely not go higher. It’s worse when someone is already trying to quit and you keep hindering their progress.
6. How else is he supposed to let people know about the folly of man?
I wonder how many times someone has driven by this person and gone “Skreeeonk” inside their cars. Hey man, why not put up a King Ghidorah statue in your backyard? Let them know you’re not to be outdone.
7. Maybe now, Bob will stop asking.
From the context and obvious tongue-in-cheek tone of this message, I feel like this Bob guy asked them to paint their fence far too many times. I also love that you can see the person in the side view mirror taking the photo. Anyway, you happy now, Bob?
8. Excuse you, it’s called rear-wheel drive.
Silly neighbor. Don’t you know that putting the reindeer behind the sled eliminates understeer and makes the sled handle better? I think you’re the one who’s confused here. Of course, this would present an issue with Rudolph’s red nose. It’ll be no use lighting through the fog if he’s back there.
9. That’s actually kinda cute.
Keeping things organized is never a bad thing. Plus, wouldn’t want someone dumping their trash into your trash can, right? Best let them know which one is yours. In bold, black text preferably.
10. Always read the warning labels.
It was probably an accident. If this weren’t an accident, the implication would be a whole lot worse than the “accident” itself, don’t you think? I at least hope the cookies were good. Would you say they were to die for?