It has to be an evil neighbour
September 18, 2011 4:43pm CST
2 years ago me and my brother moved to an apartment outside the city, because we wanted some clean air, some silence, and thought that we would escape from a crowded town full of narrow minded people:D. We moved to a new building with 5 apartments, and by time only 1 apartment was bought. Our first neighbour was the evil one!! At first everything was ok, we minded or business, until some things had to be talked about. we couldn't convince him that our way was the good way to do things. people told him this but he wouldn't listen. sooo from this our nightmare started. When our second neighbour moved in (i'm gonna call the evil neighbour X ) X told him that we were gay, because by that time i had long hair, but this doesn't matter, i was living with my brother. me and my brother had reasons to argue with X about our dog Tess, a labrador, the most non-aggressive dog i've ever seen before. X was mad that tess was attacking him(wich never happened), and that she was digging holes in the yard( the yard has 2-3 square meters and has 2 plants in it,and by the way, that yard is mine as it is to x), sooo, he had to call the police, the police came, and had to fine us with 100 ron( uhmm...kinda 25-30 euros) I can't have a party at my house because at 10 pm x knocks at my door and tells me to close things up or else. ohh yeah forgot to mention, he instaled a camera to catch the moment when tess kills someone, so he can have evidence. the thing is that he is not old, he is like 26-27 years old And another thing, i don't have anything with the man, but when his child was born, we wanted to but a present, not because we wanted to, but that is how it's done. tradition or somethin like that. he didn't accept our present, he said that we made witchcraft, that we wanted to curse his son.... Anyway after 2 years he is selling:D:D:D , he is moving out, this day has come:D i'm so happy, he is leaving. any problems with your neighbours? :D
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• United States
18 Sep 11
Hi, Madmax73. This is some story here! I actually thought that your neighbor was an older man, but he is young! What a shame! I know that you are glad that he is moving. I am too. I always see it this way with any trouble making neighbor. Either I move out, or my neighbor moves out. Or we all move out. I have had some major problems with a neighbor of mines last year. He was a younger guy, probably around 35 to 37 years old. He used to bang his ceiling, whenever he heard any noise from our apartment, whether it was an innocent or offensive noise or not. This man drove me and my family up the road like crazy! I thought that we would actually never move from out of our apartment. Yet, it has happened. I am now in my new place and I look back at this situation as a nightmare from my past. I no longer am haunted by his nastiness and his annoying ways. I can live in peace, my kids can make noise freely without someone always bumping their ceiling like they are out of my minds! I feel better spiritually and emotionally too. I don't have to walk on egg shells anymore. My neighbors near me, never complain or knock on our door for any negative reason. We are left alone completely. I could not have been any more happier too. So say salute to your neighbor, because your best of days is about to come, once he is gone completely out of your life!
18 Sep 11
hope he moves out fast. the thing is that i'm sorry for the man , because from what i heard from the other neighbours, he hates us. and every time when i enter the yard and i see him i look at the ground and go ahead faaast:)) , i just don't want anymore stupid argues about how he heard the lowd sound i made in the morning when i was washing my teeth:)) oooh, i remembered something, we keep tess in the balcony, although we can keep her in the yard, because she has more space to run. but we don't do it because of him, we are afraid we might lose her( because of him) or we might find her poisoned the thing is that when other neighbours(from other yards/blocks) asked x why don't we keep tess in the yard, he said that the other neighbours from our yard wont let us:| soooooo....when we heard this, it made us very angry... and started to push him out.
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• United States
18 Sep 11
I'm glad you held out long enough and he is moving! Thankfully Tess is still safe as well! Let's hope now you and your brother can have that peace you were searching for. I've been living in the country on a 20 acre peace of land that had an almond orchard on it and there are a total of 4 homes on the property as well. Although each building is free-standing, we all share the same address and mailbox. I've been here for 20 years as have been two others here. The fourth one has been here for about 5 years. Fortunately we all get along fine! Everybody pretty much stays to themselves (Except I cook dinner every night for the 90 year old who lives here and owns the property). But we all have this silent agreement, that if any one is in need, all they have to do is call upon the other and we all help each other. It has worked out fabulously all this time! Good luck with any new people that move in!
18 Sep 11
That is very cool, wish i had this from the start. well it is happening with the other 3 neighbours, when we need something we ask and viceversa, and we are havin fun with eachother, we go to grills toghether and to other activities. I can say that i am afraid , because we don't know who is gonna move in. we have our fingers crossed