Parking a car isn’t always the easiest, especially when you’re trying to squeeze into a tight place. Still, there’s a point at which a terrible parking job crosses over into carelessness. These angry drivers were not going to let the person who took up multiple spaces off the hook. They left ridiculous notes for the driver that use sarcasm, passive aggression, warnings, and more to make their frustrations known. Be careful the next time you park, or you can expect to find one of these hilarious notes on your windshield.
The Inconsiderate Parker’s Prize
Typically, prizes are a good thing, but in this case, it’s a passive-aggressive way to tell the driver they’ve done a terrible job. The paper reads “Congratulations. You have won the inconsiderate parkers prize.”
It goes on to explain that taking up two spots at once with a “very small car” tops the list for rude parking etiquette. They also pointed out that the person did this for “more than a month, far longer than anyone else has achieved.”
The Office Space Reference
If you’ve seen the movie Office Space, then you are sure to bust up at this clever note. It has a stick figure drawing that’s meant to emulate Gary Cole’s character and reads, “Yeaaah… if you could go ahead and park in your own spot, that’d be great.”
In the movie, Gary played an annoying boss who would often as the main character to “go ahead and come in on the weekend.” The passive-aggressive tone of voice and phrasing was priceless.
Bribing Them With Bread
This frustrated neighbor took a unique approach to confront one inconsiderate driver. They put slices of bread in the person’s windshield wipers along with a note that reads, “Free bread + stop parking here.”
We have no idea what the bread was supposed to signify. Perhaps they’re alluding to the person parking like a duck? Furthermore, they didn’t even bother to explain why the person should stop parking in that space. In this case, we’d say the note’s author was the rude one.
Don’t Mess With The Monster Truck Owner
If there’s one person you don’t want to test, it’s the neighbor who drives a monster truck. In all honesty, we doubt that the author of this note really has a monster truck idling in their driveway.
But they did write, “The next time you park here & block me in I will monster truck your car into a pile of scrap.” Someone with that level of confidence clearly isn’t worried about the damage that might do to their own car.
Thorough Instructions For The Poor Parker
This person was so frustrated at the parked car blocking their driveway that they drew the driver a diagram. They humorously made the parked car several times larger than the car in the driveway to help drive home the point.
They also wrote to the side, “This is a driveway. Typically where the street meets the sidewalk there is a 4″-6″ raised platform. This is called a curb. Driveways do not have curbs. Don’t park in front of our freaking driveway.” Lastly, they included the “lather, rinse, repeat” directions for showering, just in case.
Redrawing Parking Spots
You sometimes have to wonder if people even see the lines when they park like this. This driver literally plopped their car directly in the middle of two spots.
That’s why one clever passerby decided to use chalk to draw new lines around the person’s imaginary parking spot. They also wrote “Parking spot just for you.” All we’re left wondering is why the person passing by happened to have chalk on them.
A Kind Reality Check
This person put quite a bit of effort into their note to the lousy driver. They not only printed the letter, but they also made a digital diagram to show how parking is supposed to work.
They explained, “The way you’re parked, I can’t get my car in my spot unless I take up some of the room to my left, which means there’s no room for the person to my left.” They then bullet-pointed some helpful tips to help the driver “get oriented.”
Humanity Says You Park Tragically
This note writer made an excellent point about poor parkers. They wrote, “Driver, hope you don’t drive the same way you park! Tragically.” People who can park straight give the impression that they’re lousy drivers, too.
If you can’t get into a parking space, how are you supposed to stay in your lane? Our favorite part of this note is that it’s signed by “humanity,” as though the driver isn’t also a human who is impacted by poor driving skills.
A Simpsons Reference
The Simpsons is such a popular show that you may already understand this reference. The character is from the show and the note reads, “Parking in other people’s spots? That’s a paddlin.”
This particular character and his catchphrase “that’s a paddlin” were such a hit among audiences that it became a meme. People would fill in scenarios where a “paddlin” would be necessary, so it only makes sense that this person adjusted the meme to point out a poor parking job.
That Can’t Be A Good Sign
This note wasn’t addressing someone’s parking job, but rather an issue with the car itself. The neighbor casually addressed the car owner with a “Yo” and then went into the problem.
“Your car smells like gasoline,” they wrote. “Please get it fixed or park somewhere else. The smell is seeping into all of our apartments.” If the smell is pungent enough that the neighbors can all smell it from inside their homes, that can’t be a good sign.
Do You Think They’re Being Sarcastic?
This person took the “kill them with kindness” idea one step too far. Their words are kind, but you can feel the sarcasm piercing into the driver like a scolding from a passive-aggressive parent.
The author first “thanked” the driver for moving the trash cans out of the way to take the spot in front of their house. Apparently, the driver was supposed to know that the homeowners need that spot for their truck.
You Park Like A Three-Year-Old
The author of this note must be an expert when it comes to making their adversaries feel emotionally small. They implied that the car owner drives like a three-year-old by sticking a drawing of a turtle in their windshield with a snarky note.
It reads, “Many three year olds have trouble staying within the lines. Maybe if you practice coloring this turtle, it will help with your parking.” We have to admit, that is a clever comparison.
That’s Quite A Guilt-Trip
This notes a little difficult to read, but it says, “Thanks for being so rude by parking in the space that I shoveled out for my family.” Ouch, that’s quite a guilt-trip.
If you’ve ever lived in a place that snows, then you know how frustrating it can be to have to shovel snow before you can even park. That’s why if you see a spot that’s already cleared out, you should just assume it’s already taken.
This person really went out of their way to create a clever note. They didn’t just scribble something down. They went and printed a note with clipart of a dog with just one spot over its eye.
The note reads, “I am giving you this dog, his name is Spot. I thought you might want him, as you seem to be trying to take as many spots as possible. I hope this helps.” That’s sarcasm if we ever saw it!
An Artist’s Warning
We’re actually impressed by the artistic skills of this frustrated neighbor. They drew an angry-looking cat and wrote the message, “Grumpy cat does not like people parking in his spot. Next time it’s towed!!!!”
There are a few things we love about this note. For one, it eases the blow to the driver by adding a funny-looking cartoon. Secondly, it uses said cartoon as a scapegoat, so at least things won’t be quite as awkward if they spot the driver in person.
The Next Game Of Thrones Drama
If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, then you know that getting a note that reads “The Lannisters send their regards” is not a good thing at all.
We won’t spoil anything for those who still have yet to burn through all the show’s seasons, but let’s just say this driver should probably avoid starting their car. They’d be better off running away and hiding in the woods for a while.
This Is Why You Don’t Hit And Run
This is the last note anyone wants to get. It reads “I totally just watched you hit that car and leave. The police are on the way. Have a good one!” Yikes! Sometimes, karma comes around fast.
You never know who’s watching when you accidentally bump into a parked car. It’s better to leave payment for a fix than to have to explain to the cops why you fled the scene. We do have to wonder, though, how did the witness get this note to the driver?
That’s A Low Move
Remember how we just said that you shouldn’t hit and run because witnesses may be around? Well, this person evidently found a workaround. They wrote a note, but it doesn’t have anything of importance in it.
Instead, the guilty driver wrote, “Somebody saw me hit your car, so I’m writing this note to make it look like I’m leaving you my information. Good luck.” That’s a low move. We would feel too guilty to pull off something like that!
They Get One Warning
This person wasn’t messing around when they wrote this note. They pointed out that the driver took their reserved spot, but at least gave them a warning. The note reads, “I have photographed your license plate, but have not called for the tow truck…
This time. Next time, I will vaseline your door handles and wiper blades and THEN call the tow truck.” That’s two punishments in one to make up for giving them a chance this time around.
That’s Going To Be Fun To Clean
We don’t know what this driver did, but it must have been pretty awful for a neighbor to do this in response. They covered the windshield in what appears to be peanut butter and then finger-wrote “less expensive than having it towed” in it.
There’s also a paper note to the side, but it’s too ambiguous to make out. We would be way too nervous about the driver walking up to ever do this, but anger gives you courage!
Another Hit And Run Rebel
We were pretty surprised to see that one person wrote a false note to trick the witnesses to their hit and run. Apparently, this sort of thing happens often because this is the second driver to do such a thing!
They ironically started off giving their name, Jack. Then again, we don’t even know if that information is accurate, because he went on to write, “I accidentally hit your car & someone saw me so I’m pretending to right down my details. Sorry.” He didn’t spell “write” right, but at least he apologized.
You Drive Like A Hurricane
This doesn’t look so much like a note, but rather a humorous sign. Either way, the beginning sounds like the start of a bad pickup line. It reads, “Is your name Katrina? Because this parking job’s a disaster.”
Implying that someone drives like a hurricane is pretty harsh, but we can’t take it seriously given the structure of the joke. It’s on par with “Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?” or “Is your refrigerator running? Then you better go catch it!”
He’s Not A Bloody Sardine!
We’re going to go ahead and assume that this note was written in the United Kingdom since that’s where the term “bloody” is often added for emphasis. As in, “Learn to park with manners. You must think I am a bloody sardine.”
We’re guessing that the author of this note was referring to being “packed in like a sardine.” Drivers who don’t leave enough space on either side of their vehicle are asking to get a paint mark from the other cars’ doors.
Looking On The Bright Side
This note is an excellent example of someone looking on the bright side of an inconvenient situation. The neighbor wrote, “Thanks for always parking across the path. It gives me the chance to be a movie star & slide across your hood now & then. Try it, it’s awesome!”
They could have just walked around the car, but why miss out on the chance to slide over the hood? The kind note doubles as a warning, informing the driver that they should move their car if they want to avoid hood damage.
Driving Isn’t For Everyone
This note looks like it was printed on business cards so that the owner can stick them in windshield wipers as needed. It reads, “People like you should take the bus. Please.. learn to park.”
They aren’t suggesting that they take the bus as a more fuel-efficient option. They’re saying it because that’s one less lousy parker to deal with. The note at least gives the driver the option to learn how to park.
This person supposedly didn’t have time to pay for parking, because getting to a restroom was too high on their priority list. They did, however, have time to write a brief note asking not to be ticketed because they had to relieve themselves that badly.
We doubt that this is the first driver to find themselves in such a situation. Especially when going on long drives, you don’t always have the luxury of having a bathroom nearby.
That’ll Teach ‘Em!
To teach this driver a lesson about parking, a passerby didn’t just leave a note. They Saran wrapped the entire vehicle! You can see that the car was parked way over the boundary line.
The person’s front tires are hanging in the next spot over, leaving very little room for the car parked there. While it’s an inconsiderate move, we wouldn’t dare to wrap the driver’s entire car! We have to admit, though, it is hilarious.
Teaming Up To Teach A Lesson
The owner of the white SUV picked the wrong day to park horribly in an empty parking lot. A group of five other drivers all teamed up to block the car in!
The poor driver isn’t going to be able to get out without at least one of the other cars moving. It just goes to show, even when there’s virtually no one else in the lot, you should still be courteous enough to obey the stall lines.
You Can Tell A Lot About A Person By How They Park
This note uses sarcasm to remind us all that how you park says a lot about your personality. The neighbor wrote, “Congratulations to today’s parking contest award winner. If you know this person, please treat them with the utmost respect. Clearly, they are better than you are.”
When someone takes up two parking spaces with their coupe, you have to wonder what’s going on in their mind. It makes the driver seem pretty entitled to take away someone’s spot for no real reason.
Beware Of The Produce Army!
This person got very creative with how they express their anger to a selfish driver. It must have taken some time and effort to turn a bag of potatoes into this “clan.”
The accompanying note reads, “You’ve angered the potato clan with your parking choices! If you park in their space again they will bring out their produce army! AHHHHH!!!!” We don’t want to know what a produce army involves, but we’d imagine it wouldn’t be good for the paint job.
Have Fun Moving Those Dumpsters
This car didn’t get a note about their parking. Instead, they got a message sent in the form of dumpsters. A frustrated passerby took it upon themself to move two dumpsters on either side of the car and even spray-painted “no parking” on them.
Now this driver is going to have to move the filthy, heavy dumpsters before they can drive off. It’s a minor punishment considering the car could have been towed, but it still gets the point across.
Wash Your Hands After Reading This Note
Judging by the dent in this car’s fender, we would guess that this driver doesn’t have the most stellar track record. It doesn’t help that they are parallel parked at such a severe angle, the car’s rear is right out in the street!
Someone took the liberty of writing them this: “you park like a clown. Also your drivers side rear tire is nearly flat. Please get a clue and don’t screw up this bad again. P.S. I farted on this envelope.” Hopefully the driver washed their hands after reading that.
That Doesn’t Look Like 18 Inches
Ideally, you should park six to 18 inches from the curb. Depending on where you live, you can get a ticket for parking a certain distance from the curb because it risks blocking oncoming traffic.
This person didn’t get a ticket, but a ribbon for “best parking job ever!” The passerby even took a polaroid picture of the car to place on the driver’s windshield. This way, they can remember their terrible parking job for years to come.
Literally Boxed In
When driving, it’s common to feel that other drivers have “boxed you in” with their cars. In this case, the car is literally boxed in, as in, someone used wooden planks to make a crate around the vehicle.
Two men who we can only imagine are the car owners are looking at the scene completely dumbfounded. On the wooden structure, it says “No parking means no parking!” Apparently, they were supposed to be there, and now they have no choice.
The Backhanded Apology Letter
At first glance, this letter may seem like a genuine apology. Once you do a closer read of it, though, you can see that it’s actually a reprimand to the driver for their poor parking job. The author first says they’re sorry for putting a dent in the driver’s car.
They then explain that it was no fault of their own, though, because the person took up two spaces, leaving little room to park. In the end, they suggest that the dent and scratch be a reminder “not to park in two spaces.”
You Can Pay For My Mistake
The author of this note must be the king of deflecting blame, because the very first line reads “By no fault of my own I bumped your car.” The last note at least apologized, but this author isn’t interested in even sharing responsibility.
He goes on to say that the driver’s “mediocre” parking job is the real reason this happened. That’s why he thinks they should pay for the scratch on his car, and even leaves a phone number so they can “work this out.”
Nothing Gets Past This Neighbor
If you ever thought that no one would notice that you’re parked in someone else’s neighborhood, this letter may be a surprise. The neighbor is so up in arms about a non-resident’s car being parked on their street that they’ve been counting the hours.
The author notes that the car has been parked for “more than 72 hours!” and then threatens to have it towed. They end the note with, “You don’t even live on this block!” The lesson here is don’t have relatives drive into town for an extended stay.
Don’t Park In Front Of Driveways!
This person didn’t just say “please don’t park in front of my driveway.” They got a little creative with it by saying, “Parking 101: Don’t do it in front of someones driveway.”
You would think that such a rule is so obvious that it doesn’t even need to be included in an introductory parking class. If there’s one thing these notes have taught us, though, it’s that you can’t expect drivers to know all the basics.
Stop Revving Your Engine!
This driver clearly underestimated how disturbing it can be to rev the engine every time you leave your parking spot. A neighbor took it upon themselves to write a sarcastic “thank you” letter to the inconsiderate car owner.
They noted that the “community service” wakes everyone up each morning, and then cautioned that revving the engine like that isn’t healthy for the car when it’s cold out. The letter concludes, “we urge you to save your engine for the track.”
Don’t Mess With Optimus Prime
If you’ve ever seen the film franchise Transformers, then you know that Optimus Prime is one of the main characters. The machine can be a car or a robot and is the leader of a pack of heroes defending society from the Decepticons.
Knowing this background information gives a little more depth to this note, which reads “Optimus Prime disapproves of this horribly executed parking job.” The driver better watch out because the Autobots are not a group you want to cross.
Cold climates can wreak havoc on cars, as is evident in this driver’s note that reads, “Car can’t move due to frozen door. No ticket please.” The person’s desperate plea clearly didn’t faze the police officer, because they stuck the ticket right next to the note.
That’s a pretty cold move (pun intended). Officers should have a little mercy on those who have a legitimate excuse. Then again, the driver could always contest the ticket.
Your Personality Doesn’t Deserve All Those Spots
Whoever wrote this note was so upset that they didn’t even make much sense. They wrote, “Thank you for taking up more spaces than your self important personality really deserves. I hope you crash and learn your lesson.”
That’s a lot to unpack, so let’s start with the “self important personality” bit. Couldn’t they have just shortened that to the word “selfish”? And are they trying to imply that selfless people do deserve multiple spaces? As for the ending, they do realize getting into a crash would also impact an innocent third party, right?
I Dislike Your Parking Job
Some of us can still recall the early days of Facebook when the only option you had was “like.” Nowadays, you have a plethora of responses available, but before that people longed for a dislike button.
That’s why this person created a note that simply points out that they dislike a person’s parking. They probably printed out a ton of these pages so they could stick on in a windshield whenever they want to express their disappointment to a stranger.
If You Can Afford A BMW, You Can Afford Driving Lessons
This person didn’t beat around the bush with their note. The first line says, “You look rich. You should buy yourself some parking lessons.” The author then explains why they don’t appreciate that the driver took up two spaces.
Apparently, they have a handicapped grandmother who would have benefitted from using that extra space. The note took a melodramatic turn at the end by implying that the driver should feel guilty if the grandmother were to pass. We wouldn’t take it that far, but consideration is important.
An Eye For An Eye
Few things are more annoying than a car alarm going off, especially if it happens repeatedly. This person had clearly run out of patience by the time they wrote this note, because they’re about ready to start keying the car.
They demanded that the car owner fix the alarm or stop setting it off, and then gave them until the tenth of the month. After that, they would key the vehicle “for every time it goes off.” Yikes!
You’re Ruining My Life!
This poor person can’t stand to get another ticket because they simply don’t have the budget for it. Out of desperation, they displayed a note on their windshield that reads, “Please stop giving me tickets. I already have 3 this week.”
The person goes on to explain that they have a new sticker on the way, which we’re guessing refers to a parking permit or a new registration. They conclude, “Have some mercy, you are ruining my life.”
Learn How To Draw!
This isn’t the first parking diagram we’ve seen someone offer as help, but it may be the most confusing. They sketched two cars, one that’s meant to represent the wrong way to park, and another that shows the correct way.
What we don’t understand is what the dotted lines and arrows are supposed to mean. Is that the direction the car drove or is it supposed to be the line between the spaces? They wrote “learn how to park!” but we would retort, “learn how to draw!”
Don’t Blame The Student, Blame The Teacher
This note reads, “Who taught you to park? Stevie Wonder?” If you know of the incredible musician Stevie Wonder, then you probably know that the joke is insinuating that the teacher might be incapable of seeing the road.
It’s a pretty clever joke considering people who park poorly seem like they don’t even gaze at their parking job. If they do, they must be pretty careless to not bother reparking.
Using A Song To Make A Point
Many of us can recognize the lyrics of the hit “Every Breath You Take,” by The Police. It’s surprising how popular the song is considering how creepy it is. This person includes the lyrics as a twist to make a point to their upstairs neighbor.
The note reads, “Every breath you take, every move you make, every bond you break, every step you take is really audible through the floor.” We like this version better.
Just Break Up Already
Some couples are so shameless about fighting that you’d almost think they were doing it as a form of entertainment. That must have been the case with these neighbors, because someone took it upon themselves to write a lengthy note about it.
They pointed out that everyone can hear the arguing and that it keeps some of them up at night. The letter ended with four options: 1. stop arguing, 2. keep it down, 3. fight in the car, or 4. break up.
The Performance Reviews Are In
It can be easy to get carried away when throwing a party and forget that there are neighbors around. That’s clearly what happened with the people who were “singing/screaming on their balcony,” as this note says.
The neighbor who wrote this did a great job of complaining in a comical way by rating each of the songs they heard people singing late into the evening. They were also sure to list the time of each “performance,” the first being at 2:23 a.m.
They Really Hit The Jackpot
It’s beyond us why someone would want to steal their neighbor’s package, but apparently that’s something people do. This frustrated resident posted a note about it in hopes of getting back her stolen package.
The joke is on the thieves, because it was a ferret water bottle inside. They probably thought they could at least sell whatever was inside the Amazon package, but we’re fairly sure that sort of item isn’t worth much. The poor lady just wanted it for her picky cat!
That Escalated Quickly
In the movie Taken, Liam Neeson has a line that has been quoted repeatedly since the movie came out. This person adapted the popular phrase to send their neighbor a message about leaving their trash out in the hall.
Over a picture of Liam performing in the movie, the resident wrote, “I don’t know who you are or why you keep leaving bags of crap here, but if you don’t stop doing it, I will find you, and I will kill you.” It sounds dramatic out of context, but the exaggeration is what makes it so funny.
Be Careful Around The Little Girl!
There’s often an adjustment period when new neighbors move in where everyone is getting used to living near one another. In this case, the couple who just moved in had to get candid about their expectations related to their daughter.
They left a note for one of the neighbors that starts out sweet, but takes a sharp turn when they request that the “Godless activities” get turned down a notch. They at least only care about it while the girl is home from school.
That’s Not What Bob Meant
This paint job is priceless because you learn so much about the neighborhood dynamic from so little. The rundown fence reads, “Look Bob, I’ve painted my fence” with a big smiley face at the end.
We’re going to go out on a limb here and guess that Bob is a neighbor who complained about the fence not being painted since it brings down the curb appeal. To spite Bob, the homeowner “painted” his fence with this clever message.
Stop Throwing Cheese On The Roof!
It’s not every day that you come across someone who is legitimately upset over the fact cheese keeps ending up on the roof. This sign calls out a person named Eric who evidently keeps throwing cheese onto his neighbor’s roof.
We have so many questions about this. How does Eric even get up high enough to get cheese onto the roof? What kind of cheese is it? Why cheese and not any other food? And how did they figure out it was Eric?
An Apology In Advance
You have to appreciate someone who is self-aware enough to apologize in advance for the behavior they know they’re about to display. This neighbor must be a pretty hardcore gamer, because they felt compelled to send out a warning after getting Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
The hilarious letter apologizes for the “commotion,” “slurs,” and “profanities,” that the neighbors will probably hear coming from their residence for the next month. It also advises investing in earplugs.
People Can See You!
As soon as the sun goes down, it becomes incredibly easy to see into other people’s homes. Though this is a rather obvious fact, it can be easy to forget, for some more easily than others.
That’s why this neighbor took it upon themselves to go ahead and send a “friendly reminder” about visibility. They suggested that their fellow resident either “buy some blinds” or “turn the lights off.” We can only imagine what they saw that triggered this note.
Oh, The Irony
This balcony reads, “remove your camera or 911.” We have no idea what would have ensued to make someone put out a sign like this, but we’d guess it was a consistent violation of boundaries.
The irony is that someone had to use a camera to take this photo, so we have to wonder if the sign was addressed to the person behind the lens. Hopefully, it was an innocent passerby who snagged this picture, or else the cops may have gotten involved.
Your Speakers Shake The Building
This letter is priceless because it turns a complaint into a compliment. The person who wrote it put in bold “your bass speakers are amazing” before they even started the letter.
From there, they explained that the neighbor’s car sound system “is so rockin’ that it actually shakes all of the apartment buildings in the complex.” They then sarcastically asked that the driver keep blasting their music at 3:30 in the morning to wake everyone up.
Limit The Exorcisms To The Weekend
This resident went ahead and snuck a note right on their neighbor’s front door for all to see. It reads, “We hope your exorcism was successful last night. We do ask, as a courtesy to us and the other neighbors on this floor, that you limit expelling demons to Friday & Saturday nights.”
Obviously, they aren’t actually convinced that there are exorcisms going on, but the joke explains what sounds like is happening in there. The message is loud and clear.
A Haiku Complaint
While many neighbors used sarcasm to ease the blow of writing a complaint, this person did so by writing it in the form of a haiku. They wrote, “Welcome, new neighbor/ From the sounds of my ceiling/ you are dinosaur?”
A haiku is a poem that is just three lines long and follows a specific syllable pattern. By implementing this structure, the neighbor created a simple but humorous note that gets the message across without seeming too harsh.
We Don’t Want To See Inside Your Home
This may be one of the harshest notes we’ve come across yet! It bluntly states, “Please keep your blinds lowered (at all times) across front of your home– for aesthetic purposes.” The note is signed “a walker, a jogger, a bicyclist.”
We can’t imagine was would be so unpleasant to see while passing by that the neighbors want it covered with the blinds. Something tells us that we don’t want to know, but we’d rather assume that these neighbors are just being nitpicky.
Not Everyone Loves Christmas Music In March
Some people adore the holidays, so much so that they don’t want to let them go when the New Year rolls around. This resident posted a note for all the neighbors to see to address the person who won’t stop blasting their Christmas music.
They asked the mystery neighbor to remember that people can hear the music and not everyone wants to be bombarded with Christmas songs all day, all year. They humorously signed it with a “Merry X-mas.”
They Called The Cops On Her Lawn
There are many reasons to call the police, but being perturbed by someone’s choice in lawn decorations isn’t one of them. Apparently, it became an ordeal because this person’s sign reads, “Whoever called the police on my lawn instead of talking to me like a good neighbor: YOUR MOVE.”
Next to the sign, their lawn is full of pink flamingo decorations. It’s clear that their message is challenging whoever called the cops to respond to their exterior design again.
Hands Off The Fruit
If you’ve ever had a fruit tree on your property that was accessible to the public, then you probably understand the frustration of people picking what isn’t theirs. That’s what drove this resident to label the fruit.
She literally taped little pieces of paper to the fruit that read, “Ask Mary before picking fruit.” Oftentimes, there’s too much fruit for one person to eat, so we would bet there were quite a few neighbors doing this for it to require such a directive.
AKA, I Can Hear Everything
This person wrote a little note on a post-it to stick on their neighbor’s door that reads, “What is the name of the movie you were watching? It sounded really interesting.”
We would bet that this neighbor couldn’t care less what the movie was. It seems like they’re just taking a roundabout way of asking the resident to keep it down. The question is an indirect way of mentioning that they can hear everything through the walls.
It’s Written On The Wall
We don’t know who to feel worse for in this case, the resident or the neighbor. On one hand, you have the homeowner who now has an unflattering message written on the wall right next to their front door.
It repeats the phrase “and barks” over and over to emphasize how much their dog loves to yap. On the other hand, the neighbor has had to deal with the persistent barking, and is clearly not doing too well with it.