There’s nothing quite like making someone feel stupid than writing a note like this one. To tell someone that their dog is smarter than them is quite an insult, and we can’t think of a better way to insult someone without using some bad words.
But in all fairness, we also don’t understand why someone would place a bag of dog poop up against a fence as though it’s some sort of trophy. This would definitely get the better of some, like the person who wrote this note. Who knows, perhaps it had been a while since the dog made such a good poop, but still, we don’t need to know about that buddy.
Vandalism Is Not the Way to Go
There's leaving a note for neighbors in a civil manner with an actual piece of paper, and then there's this. We get the frustration about a barking dog that never ends, but to go and write on someone's wall with an actual marker is another thing. We can totally see how people do stupid things when they are going through fits of rage, but vandalizing someone else's property like this is definitely not the way we would have handled a situation like this.
We just hope that this isn't a permanent marker, as every action has a reaction, and we could totally see how this has the potential to completely rile some people up, and that would just start a neighbor war. So, we definitely don't recommend doing this when your neighbor's dog's back gets out of hand.
Are You a Note-Leaving Neighbor?
There are a few things about this neighbor's note that scream, "I'm British." Firstly, they have used the term 'rubbish chute,' which is the same as the garbage opening for those of you who didn't quite catch that. Secondly, they also refer to an apartment as a flat, which may definitely confuse some.
The thing that really had us in tears was the fact they considered the word 'pie' an offensive insult. It doesn't get funnier than this, and we have to thank whichever Brit made this post for giving us a good laugh today. We also love how they mentioned that they really didn't want to become one of those 'note-leaving neighbors.' Haha! Are you a note-leaving neighbor?
Each to Their Own
We get that everyone has their own sorts of hobbies that they choose to fill their time with when they are in the privacy of their own home. Some people like to read books, while others prefer to cook or get creative with some arts or crafts. This person's neighbor is one of many people out there who like to smoke things up in their spare time.
We totally respect their choices, but when your hobby starts intervening with the odors of someone else's apartment, then we totally get why some neighbors would want to write a note like this. And we don't blame them. They are also not asking for much, except that the smoker may perform their hobby at a slightly different spot so that the smell doesn't carry over to other apartments. It seems pretty fair, in our honest opinion.
Your Business Is Everyone's Business
Ah, the joys of having neighbors. We think that most people living in apartment blocks are, at least at some point in time, going to come face to face with the sort of issue that this neighbor is going through. If your neighbors aren't playing loud music or removing their trash properly, then they are doing something else.
In this case, the neighbor in question was getting a little too carried away with their intimate sounds. We get that you want to enjoy your sexy time with your adored partner, but when the sounds travel so far as to reach your neighbors at all hours of the day, then maybe it's time to consider toning it down. This note put it quite nicely: "Your business is everyone's business." And this should be kept in mind if you're living in an apartment block!