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to also wonder what "the mean girl" said to my neighbour so he had to phone his mum sobbing at 4am in the hallway?

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MrsHuxtable Tue 18-Oct-11 15:07:19

Sigh. We share our hallway with one other flat. Last month 2 second year stundent boys moved in. It's a pain in the backside. They constantly have people over at night, banging doors every 3 minutes to go outside for a smoke, let their friends shout in the hallway in the middle of the night etc. It wakes us up constantly.

DH had to have a word with them before. Even let them come into our flat at 4am to let them hear for themselves how loud their shouting and door banging is.

They did it again last night. Woke us up before they went out at 12, then again when they brought shouting girls back at 2. At 4, the door banging started again so DH got up to shout. Before he got the chance, he overheard one of the boys crying in the hallway. On the phone to his MUM! He wanted to know from her how this "mean girl" could say such a mean thing to him. He was sobbing.

AIBU to really really want to know what the mean girl said? Presumably after he took her home to his flat.
AI also BU to wonder what his mum answered?

Groovee Tue 18-Oct-11 15:09:13

I'm dying to know too..... please counsel him and find out

TheVermiciousKnid Tue 18-Oct-11 15:09:14

No idea, but I am wondering if his mum is on Mumsnet. grin

Bucharest Tue 18-Oct-11 15:09:21

Does his umbilical cord trail along behind him on the landing?

Mean Girl sounds like she had a lucky escape.

I'm guessing either ugly, tiny dong or shit in bed.

Ask him outright.

He might not tell you but I bet he keeps the noise down a bit from then on.

TandB Tue 18-Oct-11 15:14:08

She probably asked him not to call her 'mummy' during sex....

ScaredBear Tue 18-Oct-11 15:14:20

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

frenchisbest Tue 18-Oct-11 15:16:14

His mum said 'dont disturb me at 4 in the morning, have you not got caring neighbour you could talk to? and that girl was wrong about it, it's only herpes...'

OTheHugeWerewolef Tue 18-Oct-11 15:17:16

Knock on his door and ask him. With luck he will be so mortified that he'll be a bit quieter in the middle of the night. grin

RedRubyBlue Tue 18-Oct-11 15:18:06

I bet the mean girl also gave him a wedgie on the way out.

I would definately knock and ask him if he was okay as 'you heard everything last night and were/are very concerned about him'. I would also ask for his Mum's number as a next of kin/emergency number.

I think uninterrupted sleep might be in sight for you!

<Evil laugh>

MrsHuxtable Tue 18-Oct-11 15:28:31

Oh, I love these answers. Might send DH over to them later to ask if he is ok. Last time they wanted to invite him in for beer. We might actually find out that way.

Have also wondered if his mum is on here. Maybe I should put up a "Wanted" message somewhere in Chat?!

RachelHRD Tue 18-Oct-11 15:45:10

Ooh yes send your DH over for a beer and a 'man-to-mummy's boy' chat!! OMG could you imagine getting a call at 4am from your 18 year old for that - would love to know what she said!

I feel for you - I would have hated to be my and my house/flatmates neighbours when we were at Uni - and we were fairly considerate!! Although that reminds me - when we were in the flat we could hear our neighbour downstairs having sex with her boyfriend - he was clearly an 'adonis' in that area from the noise...... wink

FunnyHaHaPeculiar Tue 18-Oct-11 15:57:17

he was probs drunk - it does funny things to some people

Blu Tue 18-Oct-11 16:04:06

Next time it happens get your DH to snatch the phone from him and tell Mummy how much disturbance her boy causes and can she ground him until he stops, please!

BertieBotts Tue 18-Oct-11 16:06:19

They must be at least 19 if they are second years - not like it's their first time away from home! confused

MrsHuxtable Tue 18-Oct-11 16:07:30


DH has just come home and elaborated that the boy was also topless and only wearing pants when crying to his mum!

manicbmc Tue 18-Oct-11 16:07:55

I bet his mum was soooo pleased to get a call at that time.

Bucharest Tue 18-Oct-11 17:06:09

Hah! The thick plottens.
Were they big mummy-boy pants????

WilsonFrickett Tue 18-Oct-11 17:14:07

Send DH over there pronto-quick-smart and get the DMummy's number. That way, when they wake you up at 4am, you get to call mummy dearest and wake her up, perhaps even taking your mobile into the hall to say 'DNeighbour, Mummy wants to talk to you'. If the person who happens to be in the hall is a cool friend or girl, so much the better really....

JockTamsonsBairns Tue 18-Oct-11 17:33:35

Bertie - fairly common to start first year university at 17, no?

ThoseArentSpiritFingers Tue 18-Oct-11 17:38:50

I started Uni just turned 17, but i was the youngest in my year.

I got awesome highers in 5th year, so decided to leave school then.

BertieBotts Tue 18-Oct-11 17:42:37

Really? I've never heard of that. Everyone I know was 17/18 when taking their second year A levels.

Maisiethemorningsidecat Tue 18-Oct-11 17:42:39

Well, you obviously have to ask him what the mean girl said - whilst pretending to sob. Then ask him if Mummy was any help. grin

BertieBotts Tue 18-Oct-11 17:43:31

Oh, is it different in Scotland perhaps? I'm in England and I hadn't heard of anyone starting at 17 here, unless they had been moved up a year or something.

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