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Just need to moan about them

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moolady1977 Sat 02-Dec-17 21:18:29

My new neighbours yeah they were here before me but from day one they have made it clear they aren't that keen on me, bit of background, the woman tried it on with my now partner when he first moved in and got told not a chance the bloke just likes the sound of his own voice when screaming at his wife and kids. Well when we first got together my partner and I bumped into them outside the man spoke she just looked me up and down I smiled sweetly this happened whenever I saw them, well I moved into my partners place they moaned about the removal van they moaned about the noise of us taking furniture upstairs (we live above them in a flat). So for the past month at least they have been slamming doors kids screaming and music blaring out which we have ignored but the past few days they have been slamming doors that loud the flat shakes and music so loud you can hear every word this morning they slammed that loud it woke me up then turned the music up followed by the kids screaming then him screaming at the kids. So tonight my son went into his bedroom and switched on his stereo not realising it was loud the minute it went on he turned it right down to which my partner then had a snotty message telling us to turn the music down as the kids were in bed, I'm now still wanting to go down and say something but my partner said wait until morning when doors and music start and then message them a snotty message back

Angie169 Sat 02-Dec-17 21:40:41

oh how bad neighbours can make life hell, I had one a single guy about 25 that played the same line of a song very loud ( yellow submarine ) for 3 days NON-STOP, he also knocked down all the internal walls in his house with a lump hammer , not only was the noise unrelenting he caused structural damage to our house,
The final nail in the coffin was when at 2 am he came out of his house and started screaming at the lamp post telling it to stop watching him or he will kill the spy's in the street, this went on for about 2 hours before we called the police .
He since has been sectioned,

In the past any problems with neighbours has involved me rising above the argument and trying to broker the peace.
So how about trying to arrange a play date for the kids, or next time you see them say , I am taking my little one to the park / playground would you like to come ?
its Chrismas soon , have a kids xmas party, A bottle of vimto, a few cheese / jam butties plenty of tea and coffee and a pound shop gift for the child will help to make the bond between you.
Just don't let it become a competition between you

moolady1977 Sat 02-Dec-17 22:05:42

Their oldest child is 9 and the youngest in our house is 13, we wished their little girl a happy birthday the other week and got ignored, I don't want it to be a competition and I get on well with the other neighbours I really posted just to have a moan but may go down the road of sending a card and a small gift for the children and see what happens after that

condepetie Sat 02-Dec-17 22:55:14

I have no idea what you're talking about. Can you please use some full stops and paragraphs?

They sound annoying.

LolaTheDarkdestroyer Sun 03-Dec-17 00:30:14

That hurt my eyes.

Angie169 Sun 03-Dec-17 11:01:21

Good for you,
You can only do so much to try to be nice to some one but keep the door open ( so to speak ) for them in case they ever do want to be friends.

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