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Dear neighbour below,

Yes, you are lucky enough to have a small garden space. Yes, it was early Saturday evening when you started playing loud music and laughing/shrieking/yelling at each other in the garden. Then you went out and all was quiet again.

Yes, I did not hold my breath. No, 00:40 am, when you rolled back home loudly talking and playing music again, is not still Saturday night, it is freakin' early on Sunday morning! Yes, I am nocturnal and "work" at my hobbies at night. However, you have two children and the neighbours around us have children as well. Hubby was woken up. You are *still* sitting out in the garden gossiping, shrieking and laughing. There is tinny (maybe smartphone?) music playing and it is now 02:35 am. GO TO BED! Or, at least, GO INSIDE and/or SHUT UP!!!!


And now they are singing along with said tinny music. I know firearms are illegal in the UK but does anyone have a shotgun I can shoot over their heads please?!

Also, do they realise that I can hear every word they are saying up here (second floor UK or third floor US) WITH MY WINDOW SHUT?!?!?!


I have just heard hubby stir again so the singing woke him up again. And now they are on the eldest child's trampoline.

*sigh* as a trampoline coach (and so responsible for trampoline safety when coaching), even lapsed, I actually hope they hurt themselves enough that they go inside.

This is me as a bitter and angry old woman at almost-44.

ETA: P.S. They seem to have gone indoors! I can hear the tawny owls again!



( 3 comments — Leave a comment )
Jul. 31st, 2011 12:49 pm (UTC)
I understand and . . .
Aug. 4th, 2011 05:08 am (UTC)
Have you approached these neighbors and complained about the noise? I've had some neighbors who figured all was fine unless someone complained -- but once I complained, they quieted right away.
Aug. 4th, 2011 01:31 pm (UTC)
Nah - I just needed to vent that night. I am probably more of a disturbance to them up all night over their heads and with floors/walls made of tissue paper. She does not do that all night in the garden thing very often and it turns out that hubby did not remember being woken up - he was just a little sleepy the next day.

Also, she does not do it very often. I think her kids were at her mum's as well.

Edited at 2011-08-04 01:32 pm (UTC)
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