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Jehu 12 month s ago
Good work good
       
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Milly 12 month s ago
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Yeona 12 month s ago
Not the first time I seen/heard someone doing something wrong and playing the victim.
       
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Vet 12 month s ago
He would get his @$$ kicked on the grass part, let alone door banging, but hey I'm just a slav, I don't understand the social pleasantries of the west.
       
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Christy 12 month s ago
Spike strips in the grass. After losing a tire or two, maybe he would learn. Also, a sheet of ice an inch thick would provide entertainment as he plowed his car in to the neighbor's house.
       
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Our polite revenger writes:

We don’t own a car and live at the end of a cul-de-sac (a street with no exit). I have people use my driveway all the time to turn around. It’s not a huge deal to me, a little annoying when they compact the snow and it’s harder to shovel but whatever. One of my neighbours had a ride service come pick up their child every day. The van would park in my spot and begin honking at like 8am (I worked nights at the time). half the time he’d be half parked on my grass.

I told my neighbour that i don’t overly mind my spot being used but not if he’s going to honk like that every morning and especially not if he’s going to drive over what little lawn i have every time.

She spoke with him, he ignored it. I spoke with him and got “what’s your problem man, it’s not like you’re using it.” to which i repeated that i don’t mind him using it if he stays off my grass and doesn’t honk every morning.”

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