r/AskReddit May 17 '21

What is the best LEGAL way to annoy your neighbors you can think of?

2k Upvotes

920

u/Chromattix May 18 '21

My previous neighbour was the biggest jackass I've ever lived next to. I got passive revenge one day by deciding to fertilize my yard with that stinky fishy liquid formula when I noticed he was having all his mates over for a barbecue.

260

u/mekkab May 18 '21

Deer-away is another good’un as it smells like predator anal gland excretion (do mind the direction of the wind when applying! Or just wash your clothes immediately afterwards)

→ More replies

21

u/rekcuzfpok May 18 '21

What made him deserve that?

→ More replies
→ More replies

275

u/Thebingobird May 18 '21

When I was small I had an entire flock of lawn flamingos and I liked to out them out after it snowed. My parents let me do it because besides making me happy, it made the difficult woman across the street lose the plot

18

u/Corries_Roy_Cropper May 18 '21

Haha what was her problem?!

20

u/Thebingobird May 18 '21

General battiness and preferring to tend to other people’s business. Plus some dementia once she got older.

→ More replies

2k

u/[deleted] May 18 '21

[deleted]

632

u/holysufferindyin May 18 '21

Can anybody tell me what the deal is with HOA??? I don’t have any in my area so I’m confused by how they have any authority over your property?? And why they care?

596

u/AnArdentAtavism May 18 '21

Think of it like a local union, except for a private community, with the goal of keeping everyone's property values and equity high. The goal is to standardize living conditions and avoid trash, disrepair, and unsightly, irresponsible or plain stupid decisions that would devalue the properties of everyone around the house.

In practice, they're typically a bunch of lawn-worshipping asshats that have finagled their way into a position of psuedo-power. The association encompasses a set number of properties, forming a marked community, and one of the legal requirements of purchasing one of those properties is to join the presiding HOA, including agreeing to all of their bullshit. And then you pay dues for the privilege of being harassed and fined over stupid shit. I won't ever be a part of one.

139

u/PressFforAlderaan May 18 '21

I live in a small neighborhood with a very lax HOA and basically there’s just enough adults in the neighborhood who care enough about actual issues - like traffic and drainage and working to contact the proper officials to get those things fixed, etc, so I ended up in one of the spots that exist to say no, you cannot turn your front yard into a landfill or whatever extreme thing you can think of because it’s very casual.

Some new people moved in and wanted to repaint their house. They knew I was one of the people in these spots, so at like 9 pm one night they come by and they have the paint swatch brochure things from Home Depot or wherever showing me the colors they wanted to paint their house.

They were: blue and a little bit lighter blue for the trim. So, blue. Ok fine.

I told her as much - I don’t care if you paint your house blue.

No, you don’t understand, she told me.

(It was getting serious at this point.)

There will be 3 blue houses IN A ROW, she said.

I told her that I do not care if there are 3 blue houses in a row.

She said but our old HOA…..and proceeded to go into details about her previous HOA from hell and this would have been a grave offense she had dared to think of committing.

I told her nobody will care if you paint your house blue or if it’s the third blue house. You paid for the house and at the end of the day it’s just paint.

She really did seem nervous even asking me if it was ok to paint her house and kept going into details about how HER blues were different, one was this blue, the other that blue, unlike the other blues on the other houses.

HOA’s can be a nightmare.

77

u/Piod1 May 18 '21

The final endgame of operation paperclip

→ More replies

12

u/-Badger2- May 18 '21

99% of HOAs are totally benign. You only ever hear the horror stories.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

250

u/MisterHotrod May 18 '21

What I don't understand is why anybody would give a flying fuck about other people having a basketball hoop on their property at night? What kind of sad life does one have to live to care so much about something that matters so little?

52

u/Wolfie1531 May 18 '21

The same people who had street hockey banned on dead end streets...

... in the capital of CANADA FFS.

Then they wondered why the youth started loitering and getting up to (admittedly) minor mischief. Not sure if it’s been repealed, but no longer being enforced by bylaw.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

2k

u/thejrush13 May 18 '21

Our upstairs neighbors when I was in middle school made a ton of noise every night around 9pm-- moving furniture, arguing at top volume, slamming doors, etc. So my mom always had me practice my tuba under noisy neighbor's bedroom before school in the morning.

2k

u/diplodonculus May 18 '21 edited May 18 '21

Our downstairs neighbors made a ton of tuba noise every morning before school-- scales, happy birthday, breath exercises, etc. So I always moved furniture, argued at top volume, slammed doors every night around 9pm.

709

u/jkonreddit May 18 '21

My upstairs neighbor made a ton of noise moving furniture and shouting at night, and my downstairs neighbor played tuba every morning, so i murdered both families

169

u/stilldebugging May 18 '21

Well that escalated... at a reasonable and expected pace.

→ More replies
→ More replies

148

u/brzoza3 May 18 '21

True mastermind

73

u/StephenPigot2020 May 18 '21

Plot Twist: your neighbours make a tonne of noise at night because you play your fucking tuba at 7am.

→ More replies

1k

u/Remz_Gaming May 18 '21

I wish I could take credit for this one, but I found it elsewhere on the internet.

Have a neighbor you just hate and want to get them while remaining completely anonymous? Buy a lot of old keys ($10-20). Then buy a bunch of cheap key tags. Write on the tag things like "House Key" with their phone number on the tags. Leave these tagged keys all over the place. At stores. On hiking trails. Sidewalk. Whatever you can think of, just vary all the places.

Now they will get calls from random strangers saying they found their keys all the time. Your strategic placement could mean they get 5 calls tomorrow or 1 call a year from now. Your level of commitment is their level of insanity getting contacted about lost keys.

It will cost ya a little bit of money, but is legal and petty level 9000.

125

u/Kaoulombre May 18 '21 edited May 18 '21

Is there a sub for good revenge ideas like that ?

r/pettyrevenge is pretty lame

Another idea I read somewhere : make a lot of Craigslist/eBay/etc offers, with something that’s very popular (GPUs, PS5, that kind of thing) and set the price low. Not so low that people think it’s a scam, but low enough that a lot of people are going to try to buy it

They’re going to receive a lot of phone calls, texts etc. Keep doing it as long as you want

If you have the address only, subscribe to a lot of free magazines. It’s a thing. It’s not considered junk mail since it has the name and receiving address like any mail, but you can make it so they receive tons of mail every week like that

→ More replies
→ More replies

492

u/ContentBug2 May 18 '21

If you share a property line with grass, wait till they mow their lawn and then mow yours and leave the tiniest strip of uncut grass between your yards

145

u/[deleted] May 18 '21 edited May 21 '21

[deleted]

41

u/kal_zona May 18 '21

just curious, is there a reason you’d want it so high? i like trimming mine short so i can go longer in between mowing it

30

u/EvilNoobHacker May 18 '21

Probably to spite city regs and neighbors

→ More replies
→ More replies

17

u/kingkill_55 May 18 '21

Alternatively depending on how picky they are, if your yards meet you could always mess around with your blade height and mow yours an inch or two higher/lower than theirs.

→ More replies

1k

u/Sokobanky May 17 '21

Put up a HAM radio antenna.

Ugly as hell, and generally legally allowed.

784

u/rukoslucis May 17 '21

and after a certain hight, it is legal to put a big red lighton top that blinks

851

u/dykeag May 18 '21

After a certain height, you MUST put a big flashing light on top

159

u/ithappenedone234 May 18 '21

Most companies that are in this position with a new pole, skip installing the light legally, by filing a notice with the FAA and just renew it every few years. It's a bad loophole IMO.

30

u/carnagebestvillain May 18 '21

Nothing should be flying anywhere close enough for it to even be a concern.

53

u/Aviator8989 May 18 '21

No but if they are within 30 miles of any airport (which most people are, even if they don't realize it) the FAA has to publish a NOTAM (Notice to Airmen) stating that there is an un-lit tower X-feet tall and 15 miles Northeast of the airport.

Doesn't sound like a big deal and most NOTAMs of that nature are really nothing to worry about except for specific jobs like crop dusting or pipeline patrols; but there are thousands of these towers around the country and they clog up the NOTAM system to the point that valuable information starts to get buried.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

167

u/joelluber May 18 '21

If your neighbor isn't bothered when they're inside their own house, it's not good enough.

Edit: grew up with a neighbor who had a big radio antenna, and nobody in the neighborhood cared.

176

u/cIumsythumbs May 18 '21

I grew up next door to a ham operator with a giant antenna, and that shit did annoy us inside. It would cause all sorts of audio interference with our TV, radios, and cordless phone. Would sound like the adults talking from Peanuts. Mr.Walker was a nice old man and a WW1 vet, so we just left it alone and dealt.

171

u/poo_finger May 18 '21

Should have talked to him. While your equipment has to accept interference, and we're not legally obligated to do anything about it, 99% of us try to be good stewards. If you tell me that your tv is picking up interference from my radio, I'll do what I can to help mitigate it. Most of the time this can be cleared up with a few ferrite beads or chokes. Most hams are really cool like this. We're not trying to fuck up your TV, but it happens.

103

u/frogbertrocks May 18 '21

The guys I know who are into radio would have taken the interference as a personal challenge.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

1k

u/wineshivers May 17 '21

Pick up a new musical hobby! Tuba, recorder, bagpipes, accordion, etc. Just make sure to leave all the windows open so they can also track your progress!

200

u/sonia72quebec May 18 '21

I had bagpipe guy at the park next to my place. He thought that early Sunday morning was a good time for practicing. Apparently a couple of neighbors went to talk to him and he stopped.

185

u/purple-paper-punch May 18 '21

Ha ha ha. My buddy is a piper and likes to go to a local park and play from the top of the hill. People used to pull over to sit and watch.

Every year he and his wife have a big BBQ at their place and the whole pipe & drums band attends. After dinner, they all busy out the instruments and play for a while. It got to the point where they actually replaced their wooden fence with a chain link one because the wood one kept getting scuffed up from people trying to climb it to watch.

Maybe my town just appreciates bagpipes more? (Or maybe he's just a better musician. Lol)

70

u/scantreward May 18 '21

Here in England we have a saying about this.

“The sign of a true gentleman is a man that can play the bagpipes. But doesn’t.”

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

904

u/Nillabeans May 17 '21

Our neighbour has a drum set in a 1 bedroom apartment. I very much support people who don't let their circumstances stand in the way of their dreams. I just wish he had a better, less loud dream.

284

u/CedarWolf May 17 '21

My neighbor plays the drums. He is teaching one of his daughters to play the drums. They both practice for hours on end; sometimes over six hours in a single session. I've regularly heard them practicing from somewhere between noon and 2 PM to after 8-9 PM on weekends. They can be heard in every room of my house, and they're not quite driving me nuts yet, but they're getting there.

501

u/GuyFromAlomogordo May 18 '21

Set up a microphone that will collect those drumbeats and then transmit them back with a 1/2 second delay.

150

u/dino-nuggies-are-coo May 18 '21

thats gonna drive them nuts, I love it :D

23

u/tinyavian May 18 '21

For such an evil thing, it warms my heart

→ More replies
→ More replies

209

u/AffectionateEdge3068 May 18 '21

I had a similar neighbor. At first, I thought he’s learning, fine, it’ll get better. A year later no discernible progress had been made. It would have been so much more tolerable if he were any good. I praised Jesus, Mary, Joseph, Allah, and everyone else when he moved out and I’m an agnostic.

344

u/neuro_gal May 18 '21

The people kitty-corner from my parents had a teenage son who was a drummer. My dad nicknamed him "Wrongo Starr." He was so, so bad. He never violated the noise ordinances, but someone called the cops on him one Saturday in the summer and the cops came to our house instead, and Dad pointed across the street and then asked, slightly nervously, if Wrongo was actually in trouble, because he's a shitty drummer, but he's OUR shitty drummer. The cop shrugged and went, "No, he's not violating any laws so I'll just suggest he get some of those muffling pads."

It was a sad day when Wrongo got busted for meth and his terrible drumming disappeared, because now there's nothing to drown out the neighbor's Chihuahua, Shut The Fuck Up Daisy.

110

u/retired-penguin May 18 '21

My dad nicknamed him "Wrongo Starr."

this reminds me of when somebody said that let alone being the best drummer in the world, Ringo Starr was not even the best drummer in the Beatles 😂

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

1k

u/VeeAndro May 17 '21

If their driveway is close to your property line and your driveway is on the exact opposite side, plant a whole bunch of trees off of these lists:

List 1 , Link 2 , Link 3

Plant these near their driveway and their cars will be covered in birdshit no matter what they do unless they go into the garage.

Now, for posterity, why do you want to annoy your neighbor?

154

u/dino-nuggies-are-coo May 18 '21

And it also helps the native life (if the trees are native to the area)

20

u/VeeAndro May 18 '21

Yep. I love sustainability.

→ More replies
→ More replies

229

u/thewaitress24 May 18 '21

I... don’t think this comment is getting the credit it deserves. Well played my friend.

57

u/VeeAndro May 18 '21

Why thank you.

→ More replies
→ More replies

3k

u/Tassiebarwench May 18 '21

Bee hives. Perfectly legal where I live, have had them for over 10 years. They are no bother to anyone and most of my neighbours love them (good for their gardens and free honey). Neighbour who moved in 5 years ago has a problem with them apparently. She has called the council and police too many times to count, and they say they same thing, it's legal, they're not annoying anyone and the bees where there first. She tried to take matters into her own hands whilst drunk/high jumped the fence in the middle of the night with a can of flyspray. Was very dark so she accidently jumped into my neighbours yard instead. They're very large guard dogs bailed her up, she pretty much destroyed their gardens, boat, shed and smashed windows in their car trying to get away from them. When the police arrived she drunkenly admitted that she had tried to poison my bees but got the wrong yard. She tried to sue me, "if I wasn't trying to poison her bees none of this would have happened". Cops and lawyer laughed at her. Cops threw the book at her and my neighbours are suing her for all the damage (plus restraining order). She is now beyond broke. The bees are still there. When I hand out free honey around the neighbourhood every few months I always make sure she is around watching me and then intentionally don't Give her any. Other neighbours tell me they regularly mention my bees around her just to see her loose her shit.

852

u/dukeofdummies May 18 '21

My dad wanted to get bees for the farm and amongst all the terrible decisions he made, the bees actually ended up being a pretty good investment.

I was positive it was going to be a nightmare to work with, a nightmare to be around, but those bees were so chill. Never got stung after those bees moved in because they seemed to muscle out pretty much every airborne stinging asshole in the property.

Totally would do it again.

271

u/pokey1984 May 18 '21

We lost our two hives twenty years ago (one was destroyed by a wild animal and the following year we lost the other to a disease) and have had the most horrific wasp problem ever since. Almost never saw wasps when we kept bees.

I've been seriously considering replacing them. Still debating if I want to put in the effort and if I can wrangle the start-up costs.

109

u/El_Stupacabra May 18 '21

Hmmm. There are more flowers in my yard this year, so I've seen more bumble bees. I don't think I've seen as many wasps, and I wonder if this is why.

53

u/Jesus_marley May 18 '21 edited May 19 '21

You are more likely to see wasps near the end of summer. Adult wasps are unable to eat solids because if the extreme narrowing between their thorax and abdomen. Instead they feed the larvae and consume a sweet liquid produced by the larvae. As the weather cools, the queen stops laying eggs and the adults soon begin to starve. That is why they are drawn to picnics and BBQs. People tend to have sugary drinks and the wasps see them as a good source.

→ More replies
→ More replies

167

u/Zhuul May 18 '21

Bees are bros.

→ More replies
→ More replies

462

u/HowToFixOurDemocracy May 18 '21

This is freaking amazing. I havent laughed this hard in a while, thanks!

154

u/beluuuuuuga May 18 '21

Bees know when someone is angry and causes a threat. This person is on their blacklist :P

→ More replies

217

u/Alan_Smithee_ May 18 '21

I have to admit, if neighbouring beehives resulted in a shitton of bees in my yard to the point of annoyance, I might not be thrilled (I’m assuming you’re on a typical suburban block.)

Having said that, I’d rather have the bees than the damn wasps that seem to be bad this year.

→ More replies
→ More replies

906

u/Bluellan May 17 '21

APPARENTLY SLAMMING YOUR DOORS AT 3 AM HARD ENOUGH THAT THEY RATTLE MY BED SO YOU CAN YOUR BILLIONITH FIGHT WITH YOUR GIRLFRIEND! And I live on the freaking top floor!

347

u/Zuliman May 18 '21

I moved out of an amazing apartment due to my up stairs neighbor Hulk Smashing the toilet seat down every morning at 4am Monday through Friday.

It has been nearly 4 years now and even thinking back causes my eye to twitch and my blood pressure to spike. I’m not a vindictive person, but man I started to lose my cool and was mentally preparing a list of war tools - stink bombs, gorilla glue to glue her car doors shut, fox urine in car ac vents, Saran wrap at head level across door, also planned a way to sneak in and install rubber impact absorbing feet on the toilet seat by scaling upstairs patio, etc… it became my morning ritual and a running joke with my wife as once she woke me up I was pissed and going back to bed wasn’t an option.

Husband was cool - even after taking to him about it, but all that did was egg her on. Apartment complex staff tried speaking to them, but that didn’t help for long either. /rage

I eventually showed her by going the sane route and moving out.

152

u/ACaffeinatedWandress May 18 '21

Yeah, I also lived under someone who seemed to take my ‘can you please not bang things so much at 3am’ note as a challenge. Some people just suck.

49

u/darrenwise883 May 18 '21

Not even 3am . A little boy and a ball in the day in her kitchen .Boom , boom , boom .Boom , boom , boom .Boom , boom , boom .pitter patter of feet because he missed it . Boom , boom , boom . I know you love your grandchild but I do not .You can tune him out . I can not .

→ More replies
→ More replies

88

u/whateverspicegirl May 18 '21

I hear you! My neighbors for the past 15 months have woken me up at 5am M-F to the sound of their freaking Vitamix blender and the sound of them slamming cabinet doors until 5:25am, presumably while they prepare their breakfast and lunch for the day. My bedroom shares a wall with their kitchen and I, a peaceful and happy person, when woken up at such an hour 5 days a week, gleefully imagine the revenge I will enact upon them when I am moving out.

37

u/darrenwise883 May 18 '21

I had someone in the floor below me that was a heavy sleeper . Every morning I woke up to his alarm clock , you know 4 hours before mine goes off . Got his phone ,# seems like he'd wake-up to that . He'd hear ",Turn off your fucking alarm" and I'd hang up . This went on for awhile but I was still being woken up . So I started calling him before I went to sleep to wake him up and said now you know how I feel . Somehow he fixed himself .

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

104

u/mrkinimon May 17 '21

Perfecting the low notes on my saxophone (our walls are pretty thin)

→ More replies

729

u/Fallen_Leaves16 May 18 '21

If you can handle the responsibility and the noise, get a cockatiel. They're really fun companions, but they whistle so loud you can hear it from 3 blocks away.

→ More replies

449

u/Blankavan May 17 '21

Around here? Apparently don't spray for dandelions. The number of nasty looks I've gotten from neighbors with untarnished grass lawns is pretty high.

291

u/bluefrog1412 May 18 '21

We drive our neighbor wild with our yard. She's the type to make her husband mow 2-3x per week. She works for the town so she sends us nasty letters telling us "mow or else" at least once a year. Couple years ago our lawn mower was broken when she did that.

Us, being the logical farmers we are, drove our 100hp tractor into town with a 3 point hitch brush mower on and mowed our grass with it. While she was home.

Didn't get another letter that whole summer.

→ More replies

347

u/hereiamnowwhat May 18 '21

Purposefully plant clover. Lower maintenance than a grass lawn but still green and beautiful. Flowers are also gorgeous and great for pollinators. Spreads like crazy though so all the lawn obsessed will hate it.

186

u/the_ranting_swede May 18 '21

Clover is also a legume, so it fixes nitrogen from the air so you don't need as much fertilizer. It's also edible for dire emergencies.

→ More replies
→ More replies

108

u/Broad-Rooster135 May 18 '21

I hate it when my neighbors spray. I have a flower garden for monarchs and other butterflies. The over spray kills them. Im just trying to save the monarchs people!!

→ More replies
→ More replies

656

u/mydreamturnip May 18 '21

Up until recently, we had these neighbours (Bob and Stella) who were a real pain in the ass. They would constantly get in a huff about parking, grass being too long in the neighbour's yards, what people kept on their driveways, etc. Basically, they were an HOA except we didn't live in a neighbourhood with an HOA. But they'd never tell you about their problems, they'd just snitch on you. On several occasions, they called the parking authority on us because our car had not moved for 48 consecutive hours (there was plenty of parking on the street and we certainly weren't taking a space from anybody else). They had called the city office because we had a storage container on our driveway for longer than the city bylaws permitted. They called the SPCA on us because our dog was crying to come in for 5 minutes (we were working downstairs and didn't hear him and it was also a beautiful day outside...he was perfectly fine).

Over time, my Dad took note of Bob and Stella's patterns. One thing he noticed was that Bob was very particular about being the first one on the street to do things. First to cut his grass in spring, first to trim the hedges around his house, first to plant his garden. Whatever it was, Bob had to do it first. Then Dad found the thing he could exploit easily that would piss Bob off...and the best part was that he could do it every single Tuesday morning without fail. See, one of the things Bob had to do first was bring his garbage can in after the garbage men had been. They had no sooner dropped his garbage can back on the ground before Bob was out the door to grab it. Only problem was that the garbage men ALWAYS came down the back alley on our side of the street, then crossed the street to the alley by Bob's place, then collected Bob's garbage.

It became a Tuesday ritual for my Dad. He'd wake up early, make a coffee, sit out front of the house in his favourite patio chair, and read the newspaper until the garbage men came along to collect. Once they dropped his can back on the ground, he'd give them a friendly wave, get out of his chair, go grab the garbage can and put it back on our driveway. He got back to his patio chair just in time to see Bob go storming out with a pissed off look on his face to be the second person on the street to grab his garbage can. On some occasions, Dad would even give Bob a friendly wave too.

209

u/peevshot May 18 '21

This is progress, but these people need to feel bothered more than that. Try to brainstorm some more ideas and when implemented please provide an update. Let me live through their pain.

18

u/mydreamturnip May 18 '21

I would do, but fortunately (for us, unfortunately for you), Bob and Stella moved out of the neighborhood about a year ago. Got a new neighbour now named Bradie. Bradie's a good dude, Bradie ain't no snitch.

→ More replies
→ More replies

31

u/HIV_P0SITIVE May 18 '21

Take that bob you fuckhead!

16

u/BiffTannin May 18 '21

Jesus. Fucking Bob’s head might be a little much for the situation

→ More replies
→ More replies

66

u/glamasaurus May 17 '21

Constantly grilling especially if they have none .

57

u/JMS1991 May 18 '21

Get a smoker. They're designed to run for 12+ hours at a time. With a pellet grill, you'd just have to feed it Pellets every 6 hours or so (maybe longer than that, depending on the outside temperature). Just say you're really getting into smoking meat.

→ More replies
→ More replies

404

u/Spunkmckunkle_ May 18 '21

Take up an outdoor hobby. Carpentry, Blacksmithing, something like that. I recommend Blacksmithing because you can get to the loud bit for significantly cheaper, you usually need a power tool like a circular saw to get loud in Carpentry, but it's almost impossible to hit steel off steel quietly.

Plus, you learn a skill and can make things for around the house.

180

u/Sam_Pool May 18 '21

Grinder is better.

Or do what my neighbor does: get a compressor. Make sure it leaks a little. leave it turned on. Every hour or two it will run for 5 minutes.

→ More replies
→ More replies

780

u/rhett342 May 18 '21

My neighbor had a super annoying son and his friends were constantly running over into our yard and breaking stuff. We got a dog named Molly. Everytime she had to poop I'd put her on a leash and walk over to the property line so she could drop off some landmines for the kid. They were always on my property so the neighbors couldn't complain about my dog pooping in their yard.

Finally, the bratty kid had his bratty friends over for a bratty birthday party and his parents sent them all outside to play and of course they were running over into our yard. Got 3 or 4 of the little bastards. After that they never came into our yard again. Molly got belly rubs and a hamburger that night.

200

u/brzoza3 May 18 '21

Please pet Molly from me, she sounds like a nice dog

190

u/rhett342 May 18 '21

You have no idea how much I wish I could go pet her for you right now. Unfortunately, cancer took her away from us a couple years ago. She wasn't always the brightest girl in the world but she didn't have to be because she was the sweetest.

65

u/brzoza3 May 18 '21

I'm really sorry

50

u/rhett342 May 18 '21

Thanks. At least we got almost 10 years with her.

→ More replies
→ More replies

528

u/MadJen1979 May 17 '21

Windchimes

464

u/maisie0112 May 17 '21

The guy next to my parents collects them. I asked him once how many he had.

37.

Thirty. Fucking. Seven.

281

u/snydersjlsucked May 18 '21

37? In a row?

150

u/maisie0112 May 18 '21

No. Total. Scattered around his front and back porches and yards. Ran out of room on the porches themselves do started hanging them in the tree.

224

u/Elite_Club May 18 '21

Try not to hang a windchime on your way to the parking lot

57

u/Barbed_Dildo May 18 '21

Hey... get back here!

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

148

u/JustAFerr May 18 '21

I'm a Valet and was recently in someone's car that had a tiny set of windchimes hanging from the rear view. Person is clearly a psychopath.

49

u/BabyBytes May 18 '21

Bylaw here, windchimes must be indoors after 7pm (7am to 7pm they are allowed)

→ More replies

163

u/m0ondoggy May 18 '21

Take up a hobby collecting train horns. Vigorously test them during the day.

40

u/whosmeltit May 18 '21

I just like the "vigorously" part of this. Paints a great image.

→ More replies

321

u/Ddowns5454 May 18 '21

Be overly friendly, every time you see them drop whatever you're doing to go talk to them. Ask their advice on even the simplest of thing, Let them know all your problems, . Act like they are your new best friends.

64

u/polskiftw May 18 '21

Boy, it sure is a hot one today, huh?

→ More replies

121

u/leglump May 18 '21

This would absolutely kill me.

26

u/ix-nine-ix May 18 '21

You evil incarnate lmao.

19

u/PeachesEndCream May 18 '21

Best part, no one can fine you for doing this.

→ More replies

470

u/absherlock May 17 '21

Put a 6am start time yard sale post with their address on the local message board.

159

u/Flight_19_Navigator May 18 '21

Jesus! Remind me to never piss you off!

134

u/407145 May 18 '21

I would add to knock loudly as we are hard of hearing

→ More replies
→ More replies

763

u/unforgivablenope May 17 '21 edited May 18 '21

Whenever my neighbors play super loud music past curfew, I check to see if they have their device on bluetooth and if they do; I change their music into kiddy music (Barney, Teletubbies, etc) and turn up the volume even louder to force them to turn off the speakers so I can sleep.

Edit: Woah, I didn't expect you guys to like this but yeah; I'm aware the pin can be 0000 or 1234 but with the new devices that's been out. You can make your own code now to prevent people messing with you. Luckily, my neighbors are not knowledgeable on their devices so I can still interrupt their fun whenever they party too hard.

210

u/[deleted] May 18 '21

[deleted]

331

u/unforgivablenope May 18 '21 edited May 18 '21

Depending how old the device is, all you do is: turn on your bluetooth, go to your settings to bluetooth, and see what you can connect. From there, connect to whatever is available and hope there is no pin code. Luckily for me, my neighbors have old devices that do not require a code so it was easy to get into their electronics when they get on my nerves.

Edit: I forgot to mention that if you want to connect, you have to be at a certain range (30 ft/10 meters). And as many have mention, the pin can be 0000 or 1234 but as I said in my first post; you can make your own pin in some of the new devices now so it's a hit and miss. And yes, there are other ways to get into the bluetooth but some of those methods takes time and dedication.

106

u/DROOPY1824 May 18 '21

I do this all the time to my fiancé. Oh, you wanted to hear some Rick Astley?

81

u/Carpedicks May 18 '21

So....my husband uses my spotify at work and I can change the song he is listening to on my phone. Thanks for the idea!!!

81

u/PsychoPhilosopher May 18 '21

I've done this with my wife.

I gave myself a theme song, by always putting on Eye of the Tiger as I pull into the driveway downstairs.

She made the connection between the music and me within a few days but wrote it off as a coincidence until a week later.

Good times!

→ More replies

23

u/ChadwickDangerpants May 18 '21

I once connected my Spotify to a friends sonos sound system, oh boy... he sold the system to a woman with a young kid but somehow it was still connected to my account, whenever this child wanted to listen to baby shark it would end up in my playlist and coming from my bleutooth speakers. I contacted her, sonos, spotify and my phone company (they managed the contract with spotify). Long story short I had to get a new phone number because it was impossible to disconnect my account.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

24

u/AnitaLotOfNaps May 18 '21

Use to do something similar back before blue tooth. With a universe remote turn there TV on everytime you drive by or turn the sound up ect.

→ More replies
→ More replies

223

u/This_Technician_ May 17 '21

In Germany you are legally allowed to make music for two hours a day. Your neighbour can't do anything against it. Or support the new playground in front of their garden if they don't like kids.

151

u/Tessa94 May 18 '21

I live in Germany too My neighbour called the police because I was walking loudly after 10 p.m.

I asked the police if I’m supposed to loose weight or learn how to fly - they never came back

→ More replies
→ More replies

410

u/VehementOpposition May 17 '21

Set your car alarm off when you think they're sleeping

73

u/GuyFromAlomogordo May 18 '21

That is an annoyance for EVERYBODY in the neighborhood.

51

u/cambiro May 18 '21

I lived besides of a parking lot when I was in college. Fucking alarms every night and the guard that were supposed to deactivate them was always sleeping on the job and let them run for minutes.

37

u/Upnorth4 May 18 '21

Car alarms almost never work. When someone actually breaks in they fail to go off, but do go off when a motorcycle with a loud engine drives by

→ More replies

26

u/VehementOpposition May 18 '21

He must have been on ambien to sleep through that

→ More replies

259

u/poo_finger May 18 '21

Security lights. The brighter the better. If you're not blinding your neighbors with the force of 1000 suns, you're doing it wrong.

65

u/Daasekatt May 18 '21

Oh yes. My dads neighbour is paranoid about his stuff getting stolen, so he has put up a motion activated light that goes off when the wind moves moves the sensor...

→ More replies
→ More replies

119

u/WelcomeToInsanity May 18 '21 edited May 18 '21

My coworker was telling me a story about how their partner would set the car alarm off whenever the neighbours dogs were being too loud and barking.

So, I guess, setting your car alarm off for extended periods of time.

→ More replies

1k

u/zerbey May 17 '21

Our cats did this all by themselves. Our neighbours got a small yappy dog and would let it go outside. Our cats figured out if they sat on the fence and stared at him it would drive the dog completely insane. They were completely safe because he couldn't jump that high. They would sit there for hours just watching him lose his shit.

The neighbour asked us to please tell our cats to stop torturing their dog, we said well... they're cats they're not really gonna listen to us, how about you don't leave him locked outside all the time? The guy was kind of an asshole anyway so we didn't have much motivation to stop them anyway. Eventually they just stopped leaving the dog outside all the time.

279

u/blackpawed May 18 '21

My cat used to do this to the neighbours beagles until he discovered they could jump that high.

Fortunately he survived with no harm done, but he never sat there again.

→ More replies

162

u/switchpickle May 18 '21

tell your cats to do something, okay fella.

192

u/Pompoulus May 18 '21

"Alright, we told the cats. Now we wait."

→ More replies
→ More replies

201

u/Skye-DragonGirl May 17 '21

The mental image this creates is so hilarious, it's almost like a Tom & Jerry cartoon.

→ More replies

67

u/Lostsonofpluto May 18 '21

So you mentioning that the dog couldn't make it high enough to do anything reminded me of our own dogs. So we have a few dogs split between 2 breeds, Cavaliers (your usual ankle biter types) and Golden Retrievers. I always enjoy asking people which breed can jump a six foot fence. Spoiler: it's not the Goldens

16

u/MLS_toimpress May 18 '21

Yup my small dogs can jump hella high. Thankfully not over my 6ft privacy fence but it does have the paw marks measuring their vertical jump in mud lol

→ More replies

38

u/PlumPumper May 18 '21

Yeah, but didn’t you have to listen to the dog yapping?

Seems equally annoying to you.

→ More replies

114

u/Norman_Scum May 17 '21

Learn laws in regards to noise and jam out to your legal limit.

22

u/beerandmastiffs May 18 '21

The problem with this is if the rest of your neighbors are awesome. Noise isn't targeted enough.

→ More replies

110

u/Aware_Bet May 18 '21

Scream at eachother all hours of the day, apparently.

When the cops are called, act lovey dovey like everyone in the world is exaggerating you threatening to murder eachother.

Sure people can call the cops but there's not actually anything they're gonna do in that situation.

if your throat gets sore from all the yelling, apparently crack is a great cure for that

Source : my neighbors

→ More replies

455

u/Nillabeans May 17 '21

My upstairs neighbour and the neighbour to the side both vacuum at least 4 times a week leading to hearing vacuuming (sometimes doubled) at least once a day.

My upstairs neighbour also seems to be incapable of having a calm phone conversation and wears shoes to bed. I'm not even kidding. Like, gets into bed and we hear her kick her shoes off.

All legal afaik.

98

u/blynneolivia May 18 '21

My neighbors leave their dogs on their patio constantly, even in the middle of the night. Their dogs bark at any and everyone outside - and we live in a large, busy, apartment complex

26

u/BlueFalconPunch May 18 '21

not really legal, can call animal control for nuisance barking

had a neighbor once that left 2 dogs locked on her porch 24/7 they barked non-stop. I called animal control and they said "Let me guess....barking?" they could hear it over the phone. An officer came out and the neighbor claimed only to let the dogs out to shit. Took about 3 calls for animal control so drop by and realize she wasnt giving them food/water and leaving them out so she was fined, she later surrendered the dogs.

i was working 12 hour swing shift then and while i kinda hold nothing against the dogs, fuck those little bastards.

→ More replies

66

u/mbz321 May 18 '21 edited May 18 '21

My downstairs neighbor plays a lot of (what I'm guessing are) CO-OP video games and he yells at the TV all night to wee hours of the morning. Ugh. My floors are made of paper :(

→ More replies
→ More replies

103

u/Antisocialkittie May 18 '21

I toss mixed mint seeds over the fence sometimes. They deserve it, but now my yard has mint too.

→ More replies

347

u/Iron_Potato May 17 '21

Paint your home some ungodly mesh of colors.

223

u/Vulture12 May 17 '21

White. It will reflect the maximum amount of sunlight onto their house.

187

u/SatanwazHERE May 18 '21

Fuck that...reflective paint they use on streets. Reflect all of it

108

u/Samus388 May 18 '21

Fuck that, install mirrors.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

91

u/RecursiveSubversive May 18 '21

Put signs in your yard for fake candidates running in fake elections

→ More replies

228

u/mydreamturnip May 18 '21

So this happened when I was very young, too young to remember, but I have been told the story. May not necessarily be "legal", but two wrongs make a right and it was done to right an illegal act.

My family used to live in England on a small farm. On our farm, we had a small chicken coop and kept a fairly large number of chickens (most of which would wander about the yard which was fenced off. My parents would sell the eggs at the local market. This chicken coop was located down at the far end of our yard which was at the bottom of a fairly steep hill. Consequently, when it rained (which it tends to do quite regularly in England), the water would run to the bottom of the hill and our yard would flood. Mixed in with this, of course, was a fairly large quantity of chicken shit. Now if you've never smelled chicken shit, I can tell you that it has an awful stench to it, so Dad would dig a trench in early spring each year so that the rain water would run out of the back yard and into a neighbouring farmer's field.

At some point, my parents started to notice that their chickens were becoming fewer and fewer. We had well over 100 chickens at that point, so it did take some time to note that they were missing...but they definitely were missing. Initially, they suspected the usual suspects...foxes. But one day, they happened to notice our neighbour (who lived the other side of the fence at the far end of our yard) sneaking through the yard with a chicken under her arm. Turns out it wasn't foxes, it was the neighbour who had been stealing our chickens, butchering them, and eating them as they pleased. Dad was pissed off, he marched over to the neighbour's house, told her to stop stealing our chickens, or else they'd have some problems. The neighbour, who had stowed the stolen chicken in a garden shed, stood there and told a bold faced lie that she had never stolen any of our chickens.

Anyways, time went on and chickens kept disappearing. Not a whole bunch, but 2-3 per month would disappear from our yard. Every time, Dad would call the neighbour out, every time the neighbour would say they had never stolen one of our chickens. Then spring came along. It was time for Dad to dig his trench out into the farmer's field again. Only this time, he decided it would be best to reroute the trench a bit from what he typically did. So he routed his trench to the other side of our yard, which was also into a farmer's field. Only thing is, once you got outside our yard on that side of the fence, there was another fairly steep hill that sloped directly towards' the neighbour's house. But Dad conveniently forgot the old adage about shit flowing downhill. As a result, all of that spring's rain diverted from our chicken yard directly into the basement of the neighbour's house. Remember how I said chicken shit has a terrible stench...yeah, that all went directly into their basement. In Dad's words, "if they want the chickens, they can have the chicken shit". They never admitted to thieving our chickens, but funnily enough, we never had another chicken mysteriously disappear after that.

TL;DR: Had some neighbours who pilfered about 2-3 chickens a month from us, Dad "accidentally" dug a drainage ditch to the opposite side of our yard that he usually does, spring rains came, flooded the chicken-snatchers basement in chicken shit.

→ More replies

307

u/Effective_James May 17 '21

So many of the comments on here are telling you to deface your own property to make it an eye sore. I dont think OP wants to make his own house ugly to annoy his neighbors.

215

u/JazzmanRob May 17 '21

I won't paint my house, but I'm definitely not above super trashy yard decor

48

u/John_Tacos May 18 '21

If your in the United States, find out what the largest yard sign is you can put in your yard. A few years ago the Supreme Court ruled that yard signs on private property can’t be regulated by content only by size and possibly if your advertising a business. So your sign can say basically anything.

→ More replies

50

u/Effective_James May 17 '21

Can I ask what about your neighbor it is that you don't like?

293

u/JazzmanRob May 17 '21

It's kind of a long story, but I'll try to keep it concise. We had 2 mimosa trees cut down a couple years ago. We had them leave the logs from it in a pile in our front yard (we live on 3 acres). We have a fireplace, so we burn the wood in the winter.

Apparently, somebody in the neighborhood doesn't like the pile. They started by leaving an anonymous letter in our mailbox (without postage, illegal, I know, already addressed that part with the neighborhood). Now, they complained to the city. Interestingly, because the wood is on the ground it's considered improperly stacked and against city ordinance. But, if I were to put in on a pallet or rack of some kind it would be perfectly fine.

Instead, I think we'll burn it, but I absolutely HATE people like that, so I want to make them miserable. "Yes, we removed the eyesore woodpile, but instead you're going to look at flamingos, gargoyles, etc all painted the most heinous shade of neon pink and green you've ever seen!"

I've even thought of hosting a party with a bonfire and distributing material telling them exactly who they can thank for the new decorations.

I've also thought of sunbathing right next to the road in only a thong. I'm a 270lb, painfully white man, so, I would be rather difficult to look at in a thong.

207

u/quest-for-answers May 18 '21

You need your solution to be the annoying part. Bring it into compliance. Buy a ring or rack for the firewood. Paint it fluorescent pink and green. Attach flamingos to it. If you can get glow in the dark paint that's even better. Maybe get some el wire (link below) with a strobe to decorate it if it is legal. Have the most gaudy, ridiculous rack you can legally get away with and casually complain about how you liked it better when it was stacked on the ground but your neighbors forced you to put it in a rack.

https://www.amazon.com/4-Pack-Glowing-Strobing-Electroluminescent-Yellow/dp/B013KH84DO

45

u/stonhinge May 18 '21

Make sure to get some oversized googly eyes to epoxy onto the flamingos. Bonus points if you mount the flamingos on springs so that they sway in the breeze.

→ More replies

147

u/Osteogayporosis May 18 '21

Why not just put them on a pallet? It would be more annoying for them when you’re in full compliance. Good exercise too.

→ More replies

76

u/Effective_James May 18 '21

I'd just buy a pallet and stack the wood up on it vs making your yard ugly with garden flamingos and gnomes. You can even add more wood to it and make the pile bigger to piss off the neighbor. Maybe put a little sign on it saying "this is what you get for complaining, an even bigger pile."

23

u/DonnieK20 May 18 '21

You should find an inflatable wood pile or some kind of holiday decoration you could use to serve purposes and just throw that up in the yard XD

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

271

u/rainbowmaster25 May 17 '21 edited May 18 '21

Freeze lemonade into ice cubes, then throw them onto your neighbors porch, let them melt. The lemonade will get sticky and caked onto the porch, lemonade is sweet and sticky, what do sweet and sticky things attract? ANTS, and lots of them, the ice cubes will not be noticeable when the melt, so it will be hard to prove that someone is deliberately doing it, as long as you don't get caught throwing the cubes, you are all good, and if u want to add insult to injury you can buy ants and let them go in their yard.

You're Welcome OP.

EDIT- reply to this and tell me if its a good idea.

74

u/Oral-D May 18 '21

This doesn’t seem completely legal.

→ More replies

21

u/efreeme May 18 '21

Mow the lawn twice a week at the break of dawn. Add hammering metal and pneumatic tools on the off days.

→ More replies

22

u/BzztYeow May 18 '21

My neighbor annoyed the heck out me by cleaning the landscaping rocks in her yard. Hard to call it gravel when the rocks were about 4 inches in diameter. She would start at 7 am using a metal shovel to put them in a metal wheelbarrow (loud as heck). Then she would dump the rocks on her concrete driveway and use a power washer to clean them. Shovel back into wheelbarrow, dump back in yard and repeat- ALL SUMMER one year. I almost died... lol

60

u/One-Statistician4885 May 18 '21

Depending on where you live, and if you want one, get a rooster

→ More replies

63

u/Snowfreak2507 May 18 '21

Set up a chair in an optimal place, where you can see the majority of their property. And just sit there, and stare at them, no matter what they are doing

14

u/Linau1 May 18 '21

I get strong Timmy's dad vibes. Dinkelberg!

→ More replies

154

u/roasted54 May 17 '21

Put a compost pile out. Make sure it's close to their property line. Also, pay attention to the prevailing wind direction

81

u/SnooPickles3213 May 18 '21

A well-tended compost pile has no smell. One that’s not contained in a bin will attract vermin, though.

→ More replies
→ More replies

92

u/andrew-four May 18 '21

My fire pit seems be to be doing the trick quite nicely, that ole bag won't stop yelling out her window.

→ More replies

64

u/sonia72quebec May 18 '21

Play the same song over and over, loud enough for them to hear but not too loud to have complaints. My old neighbor went on a French rap phase and he nearly got killed because of it. Wherever you are Stéphane fuck you!

→ More replies

137

u/llcucf80 May 17 '21

Tacky Lawn Decor :) As long as you don't live in an HOA that dictates every facet of your life, "gussy" up your lawn to the best of your imagination. I do it too (well, I'm not out to get my neighbors, though, I do it for me and my enjoyment, but I'm on a dead end street so only a couple people can see it and they're older people who always stay indoors anyway).

But as long as you're in an area that gets "better" traffic, and especially if your neighbors are more active, have at it. Do what I do, but 100 fold. Pink flamingos, gargoyles, garden gnomes, the wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube man, 6 foot tall scrap metal animals, etc. The uglier and tackier the better. Use your imagination, make your yard look like hell, and make them squirm at having to look at the direction of your house :)

125

u/Stochastic_Garden May 18 '21

This is the solution I was looking for. When I was growing up there was a very casual war between everyone involving a pair of pink flamingos. This pair, young and in love, would migrate house to house. I'm not even sure who started it but eventually they would end up in your yard and you would wait until the perfect time to move them. Say your neighbor just pruned their garden or installed a new patio set... Well, now the flamingos had to go investigate and inspect the changes. One year, after the flamingos had established a strong relationship, a little flamingo appeared. This went on the entire time I lived there and I believe is still occurring. I need to pick it up for my current neighborhood.

Different tactic, but similar. I had a neighbor, on November 1st, request I take my Halloween decorations down immediately. Silly Phyllis, only some of that decor was for Halloween. The skeleton couple remained in my yard dressed for every occasion. They had patio tea parties, hats and gloves whilst gardening... That was a blast until I moved.

22

u/1AggressiveSalmon May 18 '21

My skeletal flamingos have been dressing up for every holiday since October. The adults love it. I have had a couple hyper-critical kids. Last week some kid explained to his grandma how they were really Halloween decorations and we were just lazy. Kid has no idea how much effort I have put into this!

→ More replies

16

u/JazzmanRob May 17 '21

This may very well be the solution!

→ More replies
→ More replies

206

u/Grimdark-Void May 17 '21

Ok so, this entirely depends on which directions your houses are facing BUT

My birth mom was going through this bee keeping phase and her neighbor was complaining, claiming that my birth moms bees were in her yard and she wanted them gone, blah, blah, blah. Eventually that lady "won" the dispute (I dont remember the details if it was like home owners association deal or what) so my mom had to get rid of her bees for this lady's sake.

So to get back at her. Every morning my birth mom would eat breakfast at her table, and STARE directly across the window/door into her neighbors kitchen. She (the neighbor) never closed her curtains or anything and was visibly getting uncomfortable with my mom staring at her, everyday, for what probably felt like hours. But my birth mom was on her own property. Her neighbor couldnt complain about anything my mom was "doing to her." What, you're gonna try to dictate which window of her house she can look out from??? Eventually her neighbor got so uncomfortable she closed her curtains and always kept them closed to avoid my birth moms gaze.

59

u/Taleya May 18 '21

Our next door neighbour has done something similar. Fuckhead next to them set his toilet directly facing their upstairs and sits there, curtains, door and window open, staring into their house, dominance shitting. Big man, pulling that on an elderly indian couple.

Then covid hit, and their son moved back home. Geoff was raised in Frankston, and gives zero fucks. Fuckhead got quite the shock when his nightly dominance shit turned into a circus. Sometimes Geoff is eating popcorn. Sometimes he is in a thong. Sometimes his hands are suspiciously below waist level. And every time he maintains eye contact. For the entire duration. Dude is a champion at not blinking.

→ More replies
→ More replies

131

u/Hmarf May 17 '21

Too many options to list: If they have cats, shine a laser through their windows to have em tear up the blinds.

Strategically now your lawn when they are trying to enjoy time outside. Including winter.

Build really smoky fires

60

u/[deleted] May 17 '21

My first house was in a sardine-packed neighborhood. I swear there were 200+ houses in there, all on 1/3 acre at most. You could not go outside any time after April, up to October, without hearing the constant drone of lawnmowers. Every 30 seconds, some dumb fool would run over mulch or rocks with a mower and the scattering, clanging sound would echo between all of the houses. It was a mess.

We now live further out in the country in a 10 house neighborhood. One of our neighbors (great guy) goes out on his tractor almost every day even if he isn't mowing the lawn. He just loves riding around. I'll take that vs what we had previously.

→ More replies
→ More replies

118

u/NoticeMeSenpai-UwU May 18 '21

My neighbours would for some reson connect theyr smart TV to my phone, and spy on my mssgs, so i kinda snapped after that happened for the 5th time, so i blasted gay orgy when they conected for the 6th time, they didnt conect again

→ More replies

117

u/Fieldbricks33 May 18 '21

Find their phone number, go to every car dealership (online) within 100 mile radius and put their info in.

57

u/MysticStorm1 May 18 '21

Extended vehicle warranty. Those mf’ers are the bane of my existence. Once they have your digits, they are NOT letting go…

→ More replies

64

u/Voodoo330 May 18 '21

Throw peanuts on their roof and gutters. The squirrels will drive them nuts, haha

→ More replies

13

u/sjay1218 May 18 '21

Send glitter bombs or Jehovahs Witnesses to their house

→ More replies

42

u/2people1luv May 17 '21

Feed the local birds. Especially if you can park your car in the garage and your neighbor cannot or does not.

→ More replies

40

u/wheatgrasstransplant May 18 '21

Put a speaker or subwoofer against the wall or floor/ceiling of the annoying neighbor, and find a long video of a single frequency, preferably lower (40-200hz) so that it passes through the surfaces. Find a decent volume, hit play. Leave the house.

Works any time of day, especially night!

→ More replies

13

u/fruitytingle May 18 '21

Mine gets annoyed with me just for existing lol

79

u/UnderTheRadarGun May 17 '21

Dogs. Any variation thereof. Make theirs bark. Make theirs stop barking. Get some barking of your own.

138

u/CedarWolf May 17 '21

Make theirs bark.

One of the most evil things I've ever heard of is a tenant who got back at their asshole landlord by purchasing a dog whistle, blowing it regularly at all hours of the night, then complaining to said landlord about their dog barking all night.

71

u/[deleted] May 17 '21

My sister's deadbeat ex-boyfriend did that to the two renters who were letting him sleep on their couch rent-free. He didn't like their dogs, so he constantly made them bark. Plan backfired when all three were evicted.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies