to think that they should STFU now?
CrabbyBigBottom · 15/06/2013 22:34
Next door have been having a little BBQ/party tonight, with lots of kids present. Noisyish all evening, no problem at all.
But it's 10.30pm now, and the kids are shrieking and screaming like banshees, and have been for the last half hour.
AIBU to lean out of the window and tell them to stop bloody shrieking?
CrabbyBigBottom · 15/06/2013 22:48
To be fair, I know most of the kids there well and they know that I am utterly unable to tolerate shrieking and screeching under any circumstances. I did tell them that playing = good, just no screeching.
Am feeling a bit now - tis silent next door except for the crying.
Music wouldn't have bothered me at all, loud voices not at all. Just overtired hysterical screaming bothers me A LOT.
CrabbyBigBottom · 15/06/2013 22:57
Chipping I would, but there's no sound except distant sobs, still!
I'm in the guilt phase of the anger-guilt cycle that DH observantly points out that I constantly indulge in. He's also pointed out that he can still hear kids playing in the garden, just quietly, and that it's probably one child who fell over or something who's been crying.
ChippingInWiredOnCoffee · 15/06/2013 23:31
No, not much of a summer yet.
One little girl (about 4yrs old) in the supermarket was talking to her Mum & her Mum must have said something about it being summer and the little one said ' is it meant to be summer now ????????' with that 'who you kiddin' look on her face
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