Now, that’s a wholesome neighborly note that we haven’t seen in a while. Introducing a new dog into a neighborhood can be stressful for a lot of people, and even the dog too. Not only will the dog most likely bark a lot as they navigates their new environment, but the barking will most certainly be heard by the nearby neighbors.
This isn’t always fun, but at least if the new dog’s owners are nice enough to take the time and write a sweet note about this, then we can’t really fault their noisy dog, now can we? We can all learn a thing or two from this informative neighborly note.
Rather Be Safe Than Sorry
What would you do if your neighbor kid asked you for your Wi-Fi password? On the one hand, it would be nice to do something nice for someone, but on the other hand, if their parents are forbidding Wi-Fi in their house, then it's probably for good reasons.
The internet is a strange place that has all sorts of weird and wonderful things, but it's also dark and unfiltered, which makes it not such a great place for kids to have unlimited access to. It would probably be best to avoid sharing your Wi-Fi code with random kids from the neighborhood. You wouldn't want to get into a pickle with the mother about doing things behind their back, so rather be safe than sorry.
We do love this neighborly post, but we have to admit that we're not sure if it was made by a kid or an adult posing as a kid. Most things would point to the latter. Yes, there are some serious spelling errors, but everybody knows that youngsters aren't capable of drawing this well.
Either way, regardless of who made this diagram, there is nothing like keeping things friendly and light in the neighborhood than making colorful drawings. In any way, most neighborhood signs go unnoticed, but when you add some cute little pictures and a splash of color, you can be sure that your sign is going to get noticed!
The Annoying Piano Playing Neighbor
On the one hand, we do feel sorry for the poor piano player. There's nothing worse than being told that someone no longer enjoys classical music since you started playing your piano. This is especially true if you've been practicing all the time, including on weekends.
But on the other hand, if this was our neighbor, we would probably leave a similar note. Perhaps we would tone down the harshness, though. Sorry, piano pal, but perhaps it's time to close your windows when you're playing piano or reconsider the times and frequencies that you're playing piano because, clearly, it's getting on your neighbor's last nerve.
Receiving spam in your mailbox is no fun. Having to sift through what is real mail and what is actually just spam takes up a great deal of your precious time. Furthermore, it's also a waste of paper. That means it's a significant waste of our earth's precious resources. Spam should actually be banned if you think about the consequences it has not only on our time but also on the environment.
One way to deal with unwanted spam is to leave a note for the mailman in hopes that he will abide by your requests. But it wouldn't be any fun if your neighbor doesn't get involved in the way that this person's neighbor has inserted himself in the situation. Ah, thank goodness for a funny neighbor's humor, that has turned an unpleasant situation into a funny one.