When your kid tells you he’s done half his homework, and he’s taking a break before he gets to the second half.
Reality check – there ain’t gonna be no other half…. Either one of these neighbors is a real slacker, or he must have right really pissed off the landlord. A classic case of king Solomon and the splitting of the baby dilemma… only this time it didn’t go so smoothly.
You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them drink… and you can lead a cat to the roadside, but you definitely can't make him cross!
These neighbors take the whole being a cat-person to the next level. From the ridicules sign to the traffic cones and all the way to the chalk lines drawn across the street just wide enough for the crossing of two mediocre sized cats crossing in alternate directions, this neighbor has WAY too much time on his hands, and if I may – an unhealthy obsession of the personification of felines.
When in doubt – don't put out your microwave and use it as a mailbox! Do I leave my dishwasher outside to collects pretty looking rocks and twigs? Do I set up my laundry machine in the doorway for the placing of shoes?
There must be a reason that the word appliance is made out of the acronym for: Apparently, these people Live like animals And have no conscience…
There's nothing worse than living next to a bunch of squatters. Or is there?... what about living next to a bunch of squatting squatters?
Or some squatting squatters doing squats, perhaps? Such a squared away sequence of secure and sequined masquerading scoundrels of scrutiny. Oh, and the sidewalk theater? Not a bonus.
Save Some For The Rest
It's one thing to have neighbors that party too much, too loud, and too often, but it's another when they're not even willing to share!
Ms. Manners would clearly advise that upon throwing a party, the polite thing to do is: To invite one's neighbors. See to it that you are in possession of a cup or two. Move somewhere else already!