Who would actually want to befriend someone who writes notes like these? Each to their own, but not everyone is keen to make friends with their neighbors. And rightfully so, everyone has their own lives going on. Perhaps they don’t have the social graces or energy to reach out to their neighbors because there are too many other things happening in their personal lives.
Either way, we will never know the reasons that people choose to stick to themselves, but they have every right to do as they please when it comes to buddying up with neighbors, so let’s just live and let live, unlike this neighbor. It’s also not as if a note like this one is going to motivate one’s neighbor to make friends with them. If anything, it’s just going to be pushing them away further.
What Eggsactly Is Going On Here?
We would love more context for this post because we're not eggsactly sure what is going on here, but for now, all we can do is assume. By the looks of it, some neighbor randomly left an egg outside of their apartment door. The tone of the note does seem like this was not the right kind of person to find a random egg at their doorstep.
But come on, buddy, it's just an egg. It shouldn't offend anyone that much. And if leaving an egg outside someone's door is actually a way that somebody thinks they can offend someone, then they have to do better. Out of all the ways to offend someone, they chose an egg?
A Simple Note
Having neighbors isn't so bad if we rarely hear about their doings. But sometimes, we find ourselves in the unfortunate situation of somehow hearing every little move they make. The worst is when these little noises that come from their every move have the ability to impact our sleep. This is fun for no one, especially when our jobs are taxing, and we really need our sleep to get us going.
There are a number of ways to deal with this. At least this neighbor had the decency to approach their neighbor first about the issue instead of heading to strata first. We can't fault them for that since we know that there are tons of people out there who would've taken a more nasty route when dealing with these kinds of noisy neighbors.
For Crying Out Loud
We totally get how some people want to express themselves during their intimate moments with their loved ones. But can they proceed to do so in such a manner that their neighbors can't hear them? It's not too much to ask for, is it?
Nobody signs up for hearing all the 'oohs' and the 'aahs' that people feel they need to express while engaging in certain activities. A home is a safe place, and once we start getting interrupted by the noises coming from our neighbors' spaces, it takes away from our safe spaces. So, for crying out loud, can we all just agree to try to keep our voices down if we have neighbors within close proximity?
Yikes. You can't really trust someone who can't even manage to spell the words 'neighbor' or 'whining' properly, now can you? They're probably not the easiest words to spell, but still. You especially cannot trust them if it's your dog that's making their life a living hell.
In that case, it would be best to treat this like an urgent case and do everything in your power to get your dog to stop barking. You wouldn't want your angry neighbor who doesn't know how to spell some basic English words coming over when you are not home and getting ideas about how to get your dog to keep quiet. That could end badly.