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  • Dickyboy
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    you aren’t my neighbour you are my oldest son, luckily for me you live with your mother 🙂

    monkey_boy
    Member

    im sure your a nice chap, but i dont get much sleep with a mad 3 year old so sadly i would have to give mark you down as 8 bombers

    TooTall
    Member

    You sound so cool. 🙄

    LoCo
    Member

    Do we, as neighbours, get invited to your bbq? and do we get given beer?

    and what music do you dj, happy hardcore or hardcore gabba?

    FuzzyWuzzy
    Member

    You’d be part of my patio foundations by now

    samuri
    Member

    The difference is that you *probably*, will respond well to complaints about your activities. I’m assuming I’m right. All the activity highlighted in neighbours from hell continues despite people asking for it to stop.

    6 Bombers though.

    the only things can complain about me as a neighbour is the amount of noise when I’m having sex. But no-one ever said donkeys were quiet animals.

    kastle
    Member

    3: I don’t have all the time in the world and as such the grass may get a little alonger than acceptable at times.

    FTFY

    Premier Icon GrahamS
    Subscriber

    Was happy enough till 5 – that would do my head in personally, especially after spending several hours trying to get a young baby to sleep!

    Can’t you use headphones or does that not work somehow?

    hora
    Member

    As long as you smile, say hi etc in passing in the street outside and generally look out for your neighbour I’d consider you as normal.

    Our next door neighbours frequently have BBQ’s (always invite us round) and have ALOT of overspill outside. I’ve told them they are REALLY popular!

    A neighbour across from us shouted across to a parcel delivery guy for me, took delivery of the item (bike part) until I got home.

    Doesn’t cost anything.

    For me, you are a bad neighbour if you can’t even have common courtesy to wave hi. Doesn’t cost owt.

    paver456
    Member

    im lucky as young people cant afford houses where i live …

    6 bombers as your just normal and i was just the same at 25.

    enjoy it while it last bud……

    patriotpro
    Member

    Dickyboy – Member
    you aren’t my neighbour you are my oldest son, luckily for me you live with your mother

    😆

    2: I am mid-20’s, and so are my friends. In good weather, we enjoy a BBQ in the garden with a number of alcoholic drinks. Moreso, we enjoy a perhaps louder-than-required conversation about topical subjects of mid-20’s males. All outside in the garden, of course.

    With the amount of good weather we get, your bbqs won’t be frequent so can’t see a problem with that as long as your guests don’t bother my family/property unduly.

    5: One of my hobbies is DJing and I like to practice at volume. I try to keep this at sensible times of the day, and you have my number to text me when it does become too loud, but you may require some patience with this. Maybe once a month I will practice with friends for anywhere from 3 hours to 6 or 7 hours into the night.

    Been there, done that in my late teens, early twenties so no problem as long as it as infrequent as you say.

    This may or may not involve a bright light being on in the garage, with the garage door open.

    As long as the light doesn’t turn night into day and doesn’t disturb my sleep then again not a problem.

    Verdict: You seem OK to me so just 2 bombers.

    Edit – just seen

    but when people visit there is overspill.

    Again, considerate overspill is OK, parking that is more akin to vehicular abandonment gets up my nose so that alone adds a bomber for considerate overspillage and unlimited for overspill akin to vehicular abandonment.

    So 3 with the potential for death by bombers. 😆

    1) I also like to tinker with my bike. I don’t have a garage though. If you were my neighbour I would probably annoy you asking to borrow tools.

    2)Early 30s, and friends are late 20s to late 30s. Most of us are DINKS (double income no kids). We like to have BBQs that may involve alcohol. If you invite us to your alcoholic BBQs no problem with you having them 🙂 If you don’t invite us, you get a bomber.

    3) We don’t have any grass, don’t particularly care what other people do with theirs….

    4) I don’t have kids to make a lot of noise at all hours of the day and night, kick balls/chuck stuff through your windows, trash your garden, or annoy your pets. Win.

    5) Hate dance music. You get a bomber for that.

    6) Not getting a parking space on my street when I come home from work – source of irritation. You may get half a bomber for this one if your visitors come when I have had a bad day and want a glass of wine pronto but can’t park up.

    7)don’t have a shed, know nothing about sheds.

    So you get one and a half from me, 2 and a half if you don’t invite us round for the BBQ 🙂

    glupton1976
    Member

    You use headphones to set up the next track. So in effect what the DJ hears is very different to what the rest of us hear. Doesnt have to be at a loud volume though.

    M1llh0use
    Member

    1-4 & 6-7 not an issue.

    5 would result in repeated use of 20 sets of bombers and a milk delivery arctic load of wee-wee….

    patriotpro
    Member

    Doesnt have to be at a loud volume though.

    You sound like my mates dad back in the day.

    glupton1976
    Member

    It may be nicer to have it at loud volume, but it doesnt need to be.

    Premier Icon DezB
    Subscriber

    Anyone who is AWARE that these things might make them un-neighbourly is a good neighbour.
    It’s the morons who are so unaware that people around can hear them and are effected by them that are the problem.

    Premier Icon nickc
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    5: One of my hobbies is DJing and I like to practice at volume.

    One mans ” I’m a DJ” is another’s “playing shit music at all hours”

    plyphon
    Member

    Haha fantastic response.

    Of course you get invited to the BBQ – if we get off on the right foot and you’re all cool you’ll get the mandatory “Having a BBQ later, feel free to pop over – we got beef but BYOB” text

    you aren’t my neighbour you are my oldest son, luckily for me you live with your mother

    Da….dad?

    and what music do you dj, happy hardcore or hardcore gabba?

    At the moment its house, techno & disco.

    LoCo
    Member

    No beer and meat, 200 Bombers 😛

    plyphon
    Member

    We have the beef, it’s the beer/bacon/baps you’ll need 😉

    Right someone else’s turn, lets get the bombers flying

    jfletch
    Member

    Most of us are DINKS (double income no kids). We like to have BBQs that may involve alcohol.

    Ahh – The bliss of being a DINKY.

    Although as soon as it gets switched to SIWKN (Single Income With Kids Now) the alchol comsumption goes up not down, it just has to happen earlier in the day. You just have to invite other people with kids so that the kids can ammuse themselves and with this strategy it is also very likely that one of the Mums will also be preganant and therefore the nominated sensible person.

    allthepies
    Member

    Any fit mates of the female variety who visit ?

    THIS could be the gamechanger.

    plyphon
    Member

    In the light of the numerous recent “neighbors from hell” type threads which we’ve had I thought this would be a fun little exercise.

    We all detail our habits and activities in order to be graded from 1 set of bombers to 10 sets of bombers on how much of a neighbor from hell we would be, with 10 sets of bombers being the most bombers someone could probably carry and therefore the upper-limit.

    So, i’ll start:

    1: I like to tinker with my bike, at all hours of the day, all seasons. This may or may not involve a bright light being on in the garage, with the garage door open. There may or may not been audible grunts and heaves.

    2: I am mid-20’s, and so are my friends. In good weather, we enjoy a BBQ in the garden with a number of alcoholic drinks. Moreso, we enjoy a perhaps louder-than-required conversation about topical subjects of mid-20’s males. All outside in the garden, of course.

    3: I don’t have all the time in the world and as such the grass may get a little longer than acceptable at times.

    4: I don’t have kids for your kids to socialise with.

    5: One of my hobbies is DJing and I like to practice at volume. I try to keep this at sensible times of the day, and you have my number to text me when it does become too loud, but you may require some patience with this. Maybe once a month I will practice with friends for anywhere from 3 hours to 6 or 7 hours into the night.

    6: We have two cars which fit on our drive fine, but when people visit there is overspill.

    7: I don’t know anything about sheds and will not talk to you about sheds.

    So, there we go, how many bombers am I on a scale of 1 to 10?

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    What time do you finish DJing, and how often are you doing it? You’ve got anywhere from zero to eleven right there. I’ve no qualms about shoving on a movie and drowning you out occasionally, but most nights or till daft o’clock and you’ll need a surgeon if you want to get that last set of bombers back.

    The rest, meh.

    mrmonkfinger
    Member

    #5 gets bombers. The rest don’t.

    Oh, and only half a bomber if it’s at weekends.

    Maybe put your decks in the garage.

    Or get good, then you can do it at clubs.

    plyphon
    Member

    During the week I generally start at 9 and finish at 10. Just an hour on a Thursday.

    On the weekends, I might start at 9pm and finish anywhere from 1 to 3am (if I have a mate over). But this isn’t every weekend and I’m more than aware of the noise so it wouldn’t be as loud.

    If we got on well I’d probably drop a text saying I’m playing some music tonight and please let me know if it’s too loud. I’m not completely obnoxious, honest.

    mrmonkfinger
    Member

    No bombers required from me then.

    Anyway, if I was your neighbour, you might have to put up with an unhappy small child at unpredictable hours, they don’t have volume controls unfortunately .

    I do have a dog that barks at loud noises. You could always record him barking over your tracks and see if it works?

    Edric 64
    Member

    At the moment its house, techno & disco.

    I would own you with napalm from a b52 for playing that loudly not a set of z1s

    avdave2
    Member

    I don’t know anything about sheds and will not talk to you about sheds.

    You may be a male but you sure as hell are no Man!

    Premier Icon convert
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    Anyone who is AWARE that these things might make them un-neighbourly is a good neighbour.

    I’m not sure about this one – if you are aware that it’s going to offend (a reasonable person) but still choose to do it that might be worse than being ignorant of what you are doing.

    5 is the deal breaker for me. Depends on what “at volume” means to your ears. Could I go to sleep without ear plugs or large amounts of alcohol at the weekends? I’m not old enough to consider owning ear plugs but too old to recover well from hangovers every non school night. My wife had a lad who lived next door when she was a student who would fire up his sub and all the pictures(she was posh – pictures not just posters) would fall off her wall. He also didn’t seem to own a watch. Or a taste in music.

    : I am mid-20’s, and so are my friends. In good weather, we enjoy a BBQ in the garden with a number of alcoholic drinks. Moreso, we enjoy a perhaps louder-than-required conversation about topical subjects of mid-20’s males. All outside in the garden, of course.

    That’s a good thing – I like the sound of people enjoying theselves! Do you have any mates that can only talk at one (loud)volume level and are inarticulate enough to have to use an expletive between every meaningful word? That might be bombable.

    Rob Hilton
    Member

    5: One of my hobbies is DJing and I like to practice at volume.

    Headphones

    Maybe once a month I will practice with friends for anywhere from 3 hours to 6 or 7 hours into the night.

    Drugs are bad mmkaay?

    lemonysam
    Member

    I’m more than aware of the noise so it wouldn’t be as loud.

    I am sceptical regarding this statement.

    Premier Icon steveoath
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    Don’t DJs have headphones? Just plug them instead of being a pr1ck.

    Premier Icon Bunnyhop
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    After my thread http://singletrackworld.com/forum/topic/just-had-row-with-next-door-neighbour There has been a huge improvement.
    There is no dog anymore (so no more barking or dog dirt all over their yard).
    She hasn’t left the car running once with baby inside.
    They haven’t had as many friends round, or as many barbecues at night.
    She had taken her toddler into the road and let it play with the other children, which has never happened before.

    samuri –

    the only things can complain about me as a neighbour is the amount of noise when I’m having sex. But no-one ever said donkeys were quiet animals.

    I really did Lol. Is the sex with a another participant or all by yourself?

    Premier Icon lunge
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    Agree with most so far, number 5 is the problem. In my eyes if it interrupts sleep of the neighbour after 11pm weekdays or midnight weekends it is cause for complaint. Occasionally it is fine but I get the impression that your djing is a little more regular than that.

    trail_rat
    Member

    Im probably neighbour from hell.

    2 old land rovers in the garden ( one providing spairs for the one im rebuilding)

    Diy alot ( weekend during the day)

    Live in the garage practcally.

    How ever ill do odd jobs for anyone who asks . Id rather cut their hedge than lendthem my hedge cutter…. But thts tool analness.

    We dont have parties or fight though

    Frankenstein
    Member

    O.P.
    I wouldn’t mind except for excessive noise of DJ’ing.
    I would probably hit you on the head with sponge bombers till you put your headphones on? 😈
    I’ll bring the beer to your barb though 😀

    Me?
    I’m the perfect neighbour till you p me off?

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    Number 5 would have me knocking on your door once and the second time your face. Sorry.

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