My neighbor came over to my house and yelled at me over my dog!
I have a dog that I can't keep in my yard. I have tried everything and she always finds a way out. Anyway, this lady comes to my home, knocks on my door and when i open the door she points her finger at me and yells obscenities at me. Apparently my dog was in HER neighbors garbage and then pooped on HER NEIGHBORS LAWN! Why didn't she come and talk to me like a civil human being? Why was she a vicious monster attacking me at my door? I calmly went over to HER NEIGHBORS house where the garbage was and picked up every piece, and the dog poop. I agree that I have that responsibility to clean up after my dog. The one thing I don't agree upon is someone coming to my house and screaming in my face about something I didn't know about. Is anyone out there been blessed with a psyco-neighbor?
I don't think anyone remembers the golden rule...Do unto others as you would want done unto you!
I sent them a lovely card from this site I found...www.URAJerk.com
Before moving to my nice quiet retirement community where my neighbors seem to stay inside because most seem to be about 30 years older than me, I lived in a neighborhood with a neighbor like that. Her children and my children just did not mix. Maybe becuase her kids shot my kids with a BB gun, threw mud at my vehicles as well as at my kids, and tons more stuff. I called the police more than once on her children, but somehow it always turned back on us. Well, eventually people realized it was her and her kids because she had the nerve to blame my kids for something that happened over a weekend that we weren't even home. She was trying to just get them in trouble. She did actually come to my home one time and when I opened the door she came at me in my doorway for telling her son to stay off of my property. I made him cry so she got mad.
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