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  • dooosuk
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    It’s alright…the DPF will be clogged soon and the car will be gone as it’ll be too expensive to repair.

    Just sit tight a little longer.

    Junkyard
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    franks that was a lot of effort to just goad somone

    Frank 1 My attentions span – 0

    dooosuk
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    To be fair to Frank (and the others that have questioned the original post who don’t know bunnyhop/nbt) then it does come across that way.

    I don’t know either of them personally but that’s how I read it.

    I guess you form a different opinion if you’ve met people and read their posts differently.

    Premier Icon ransos
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    Did it actually need one? or are you just being stubborn about your point?

    The point was about drums being played adjacent to a kid’s bedroom. Gonefishin didn’t seem to think this was a problem. I disagree.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Frank: 2 – STW attention span: 0

    Premier Icon binners
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    The point was about drums being played adjacent to a kid’s bedroom. Gonefishin didn’t seem to think this was a problem. I disagree.

    Do you? Are you sure? I don’t think anyone had picked up on that.

    Could you just clear something up for me though. Does your displeasure extend to purely midnight drumming? Or are their specific times of day or night where you would deem it as acceptable? 3.47 – 4.12 pm on a Tuesday afternoon, say? I love Tuesday afternoon drumming, me. Its the best type of drumming by miles.

    Oooooooooooooooo, no, no… hang on….. Thursday mid-morning drumming is good too. But only if the suns out. About 10.53 – 11.26.

    What do you reckon?

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    What if you have a neighbour that works shifts (or at home)?

    Premier Icon easygirl
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    The drum player next door to us, later informed us he was setting up a mini recording studio in the room.
    We sold the house and moved,which was upsetting as we had lived there 20 years and loved the area and other neighbours, but we knew that the drum playing neighbours were unreasonable and didn’t want to get into a war with them.

    Premier Icon ransos
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    What do you reckon?

    My neighbour doesn’t have a drumkit.

    Next!

    Premier Icon easygirl
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    I don’t think that playing drums in a terraced or semi is acceptable if its bothering your neighbours.In fact in any house if its annoying your neighbours.
    What is it with people who don’t have any thoughts for others feelings

    nbt
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    easygirl wrote:

    I don’t think that playing drums in a terraced or semi is acceptable if its bothering your neighbours.In fact in any house if its annoying your neighbours.
    What is it with people who don’t have any thoughts for others feelings

    I don’t think anyone’s disagreeing with you here – more that there needs to be an understanding and empathy as to how your behaviour affects others. If your behaviour – be that playing drums or your stereo or your garden party game or whatever – affects others, then you should consider whether you should be doing it. Not everyone appears to grasp that, sadly

    The point was about drums being played adjacent to a kid’s bedroom. Gonefishin didn’t seem to think this was a problem. I disagree.

    I see you’re point. I think whether it was a problem or not would entirely depend on a. the time of the day being played and b. the sleeping habits of the kid (i.e. young kid being asleep in daylight hours) as lets be fair, if the kid was 10 and the drums were being played at 3 in the afternoon, noise would balance either side of the wall.

    My only point was that did Gonefishin need to actually go to the extent of stating all of that when he said its not inconsiderate to play in you’re own home or can common sense tell you all of that.

    And sorry for the highjack, hope you sort out your OP issue for the better, personally not had that kind of experience, our neighbors are more the ‘nosey/go out they’re way to make life awkward for everyone else/complain about everything’ type to which most things just get ignored or better still, worsened.

    lodious
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    It’s alright…the DPF will be clogged soon and the car will be gone as it’ll be too expensive to repair.

    Just sit tight a little longer

    That’s some good thinking right there! Even if it never clogs, the thought that each time she does it increases the chance of it happening has gotta make things more bearable.

    boblo
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    So if drum kits are ok, how about revving motorbikes or model aeroplane engines on the front lawn? (apologies for those who don’t have these and therefore must live in inner city misery.. 🙂 ). Where do you draw the line?

    To me, if your kids are screaming and shouting that could be annoying (as it could be if you or I were screaming and shouting).

    If you choose to play the drums at midnight even in a detached (assuming your not Tony Martin or live in a field), you’re just saying “ferk you” to your fellow man and are clearly a selfish sod which seems to be endemic these days.

    As for the OP, whatever you say to a parent you’re likely to get load of abuse as they are so self righteous about cleverly adding to the gene pool that they/their progeny couldn’t possibly be doing anything antisocial.

    Rockplough
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    Drum kits do have their advantages. My neighbour chapped me up at 4am last night and if I hadn’t been up playing my drums I’d never have known.

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    Frank Sinatra – Blimey!
    Oh and Yes the fumes did fill the house as it’s a big diesel car and our windows are very close.

    Regarding the drum playing, I suggest some of you go back and read the whole thread.

    I think nbt should start playing again, every single Saturday morning when our delightful neighbours are having their weekly shouting, swearing, slanging match, it may shut them up for a while.

    boblo
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    You could duet on the big bass drum, ooom pa pa, ooom pa pa etc…. That’d learn em…

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    My neighbour chapped me up at 4am last night

    and if I hadn’t been up playing my drums I’d never have known

    zokes
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    If you choose to play the drums at midnight even in a detached (assuming your not Tony Martin or live in a field), you’re just saying “ferk you” to your fellow man and are clearly a selfish sod.

    *confused face*

    If you’re not disturbing anyone, how is it shell fish?

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