The moan about your neighbours thread - Stool Bloke returns...

Fed up talking videogames? Why?

Frame your neighbours for murder to get rid of them

Poll ended at Fri Mar 23, 2018 8:07 pm

Yes,they can rot in prison for disturbing my peace.
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80%
No,invite them round for tea and monopoly.
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Total votes: 25
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by Zilnad » Mon Nov 02, 2020 4:53 pm

No strawberry floating way!

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by jawa » Mon Nov 02, 2020 5:47 pm

Tsunade wrote:
jawa wrote:Hang on... that symbol on the pumpkin... is it two letters... A V and an upside-down M? VM... Vermilion! Stool bloke knows?!?

No.... VM... Victor Mildew? He's a music fan of Ad!

... :shock: . So we're saying that Ad/VM is Stool Bloke?!?! That'd be an incredible plot twist!

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by Wedgie » Mon Nov 02, 2020 5:49 pm

I wouldn’t be surprised if he is Ad7.

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by Moggy » Mon Nov 02, 2020 5:52 pm

Vermilion wrote:Stool Bloke's Pumpkin was a stunner, only noticed it this morning.

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Amazing :lol:

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by <]:^D » Mon Nov 02, 2020 6:55 pm

this is incredible :lol:

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by Qikz » Mon Nov 02, 2020 7:56 pm

jawa wrote:
Tsunade wrote:
jawa wrote:Hang on... that symbol on the pumpkin... is it two letters... A V and an upside-down M? VM... Vermilion! Stool bloke knows?!?

No.... VM... Victor Mildew? He's a music fan of Ad!

... :shock: . So we're saying that Ad/VM is Stool Bloke?!?! That'd be an incredible plot twist!


Holy gooseberry fool I couldn't handle that if it was true.

Ad's been playing the long con for years. :lol:

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by That's not a growth » Mon Nov 02, 2020 8:55 pm

Ad7 is stoolier and blokier than I thought.

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by Albear » Mon Nov 02, 2020 8:57 pm

Worst swastika I've seen today.

6/10

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by Victor Mildew » Mon Nov 02, 2020 10:08 pm

gooseberry fool have I been rumbled? It's the van isn't it

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by Oblomov Boblomov » Sun Nov 08, 2020 4:01 pm

Finally had chance to pop round to meet the new neighbours and they seem lovely :wub:. So much better than the previous gammons.

I got in a complaint about their tumble dryer being loud, so now I'm the dickhead neighbour 8-) and they've moved it to the opposite side of the house, so everyone's a winner!

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by No:1 Final Fantasy Fan » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:24 am

Oblomov Boblomov wrote:Finally had chance to pop round to meet the new neighbours and they seem lovely :wub:. So much better than the previous gammons.

I got in a complaint about their tumble dryer being loud, so now I'm the dickhead neighbour 8-) and they've moved it to the opposite side of the house, so everyone's a winner!

Good on your for putting a complaint it. If they had invested in a proper decent quality dryer then it shouldn't be so noisy, which they should considering they are not living in a detached property.
I was working from home last week and my neighbour above was making a massive racket with things constantly dropping on the floor and noisy sliding wardrobe doors. I went up and complained about all the noise. She said she would look to change the wardrobe in the future but not right now. In the meantime she will open it very slowly. I also suggested she use a rug over her vinyl floor because it was too loud and to stop dropping things on the floor basically because the noise just pierces through my brain I said.

Ok so its a lot better now but I am now noticing she has a lot of wooden jarring furniture. I shouldn't be able to hear movement of her drawers etc. Its soo annoying because the sound is so jarring and sudden. So now I have to go up and complain again but I'll give it a week or two so that it doesn't seem like i'm constantly knocking on her door.

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by Prototype » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:34 am

Oblomov Boblomov wrote:Finally had chance to pop round to meet the new neighbours and they seem lovely :wub:. So much better than the previous gammons.

I got in a complaint about their tumble dryer being loud, so now I'm the dickhead neighbour 8-) and they've moved it to the opposite side of the house, so everyone's a winner!


You complained to them at the same time as introducing yourself to them? :slol:

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by Oblomov Boblomov » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:53 am

Prototype wrote:
Oblomov Boblomov wrote:Finally had chance to pop round to meet the new neighbours and they seem lovely :wub:. So much better than the previous gammons.

I got in a complaint about their tumble dryer being loud, so now I'm the dickhead neighbour 8-) and they've moved it to the opposite side of the house, so everyone's a winner!


You complained to them at the same time as introducing yourself to them? :slol:

Yep, can't describe quite how ridiculous the noise was. It went on for several hours, three days in a row and would make both of us feel physically unwell. It was that bad!

Didn't want to be the sort of flannel who doesn't mention it in the first instance then has to find some other excuse to go round again for another visit just to bring it up then instead.

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by Drumstick » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:15 pm

No:1 Final Fantasy Fan wrote:
Oblomov Boblomov wrote:Finally had chance to pop round to meet the new neighbours and they seem lovely :wub:. So much better than the previous gammons.

I got in a complaint about their tumble dryer being loud, so now I'm the dickhead neighbour 8-) and they've moved it to the opposite side of the house, so everyone's a winner!

Good on your for putting a complaint it. If they had invested in a proper decent quality dryer then it shouldn't be so noisy, which they should considering they are not living in a detached property.
I was working from home last week and my neighbour above was making a massive racket with things constantly dropping on the floor and noisy sliding wardrobe doors. I went up and complained about all the noise. She said she would look to change the wardrobe in the future but not right now. In the meantime she will open it very slowly. I also suggested she use a rug over her vinyl floor because it was too loud and to stop dropping things on the floor basically because the noise just pierces through my brain I said.

Ok so its a lot better now but I am now noticing she has a lot of wooden jarring furniture. I shouldn't be able to hear movement of her drawers etc. Its soo annoying because the sound is so jarring and sudden. So now I have to go up and complain again but I'll give it a week or two so that it doesn't seem like i'm constantly knocking on her door.

The issue is the soundproofing between the floors, not your neighbour or her furniture.

People drop things all the time - complaining that your neighbour has dropped something is unreasonable to a lunatic degree!

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by Prototype » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:27 pm

Oblomov Boblomov wrote:
Prototype wrote:
Oblomov Boblomov wrote:Finally had chance to pop round to meet the new neighbours and they seem lovely :wub:. So much better than the previous gammons.

I got in a complaint about their tumble dryer being loud, so now I'm the dickhead neighbour 8-) and they've moved it to the opposite side of the house, so everyone's a winner!


You complained to them at the same time as introducing yourself to them? :slol:

Yep, can't describe quite how ridiculous the noise was. It went on for several hours, three days in a row and would make both of us feel physically unwell. It was that bad!

Didn't want to be the sort of flannel who doesn't mention it in the first instance then has to find some other excuse to go round again for another visit just to bring it up then instead.


Fair enough for getting it resolved.

I had a similar issue with my downstairs neighbour and their dryer. 3 hours a day. Could hear it throughout our whole flat. I knew they couldn't stop using it as they had kids but I put a note through their door and the guy came to my door drumstick-style saying there was strawberry float all he could do about it. No danger I could take it up with environmental health as they never used it past 10pm etc so I just considered moving out as any further escalation wouldve been akin to getting out the car when someone toots at you.

They eventually bought a new one which I can barely hear and he says hi when I see him in the stair so I guess it worked out alright in the end.

Flat living though :dread:

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by Prototype » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:31 pm

Drumstick wrote:.The issue is the soundproofing between the floors, not your neighbour or her


Important to remember stuff like this. Living your life = noisy. If you have a shared wall/floor with someone noise is inevitable.

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by Oblomov Boblomov » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:37 pm

Prototype wrote:the guy came to my door drumstick-style

:lol: You're lucky to be alive :shock:.

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by jawa » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:31 pm

I've lived in a flat for many years now and neighbours can make such a difference to your quality of life. My previous downstairs neighbours were a total nightmare (excessively loud music, shouting, arguing and TV noise) for seven years; the newer neighbours have been a dream in comparison.

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by Qikz » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:40 pm

jawa wrote:I've lived in a flat for many years now and neighbours can make such a difference to your quality of life. My previous downstairs neighbours were a total nightmare (excessively loud music, shouting, arguing and TV noise) for seven years; the newer neighbours have been a dream in comparison.


I'm so unbelievably lucky that I've got nobody under me, it means I can't be the asshole neighbour making a bunch of noise dropping gooseberry fool all the time. The guy above me all I really hear is him moving around sometimes and it's not that bad so I got very very fortunate.

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by No:1 Final Fantasy Fan » Sat Nov 21, 2020 3:10 pm

Drumstick wrote:
No:1 Final Fantasy Fan wrote:
Oblomov Boblomov wrote:Finally had chance to pop round to meet the new neighbours and they seem lovely :wub:. So much better than the previous gammons.

I got in a complaint about their tumble dryer being loud, so now I'm the dickhead neighbour 8-) and they've moved it to the opposite side of the house, so everyone's a winner!

Good on your for putting a complaint it. If they had invested in a proper decent quality dryer then it shouldn't be so noisy, which they should considering they are not living in a detached property.
I was working from home last week and my neighbour above was making a massive racket with things constantly dropping on the floor and noisy sliding wardrobe doors. I went up and complained about all the noise. She said she would look to change the wardrobe in the future but not right now. In the meantime she will open it very slowly. I also suggested she use a rug over her vinyl floor because it was too loud and to stop dropping things on the floor basically because the noise just pierces through my brain I said.

Ok so its a lot better now but I am now noticing she has a lot of wooden jarring furniture. I shouldn't be able to hear movement of her drawers etc. Its soo annoying because the sound is so jarring and sudden. So now I have to go up and complain again but I'll give it a week or two so that it doesn't seem like i'm constantly knocking on her door.

The issue is the soundproofing between the floors, not your neighbour or her furniture.

People drop things all the time - complaining that your neighbour has dropped something is unreasonable to a lunatic degree!

I hope you are wrong. I think it's reasonable of me as I certainly minimise my flat from being noisy for the people below me. I have a rug and normal furniture that doesn't create a racket. I also don't just throw things onto the floor...knowing there's a family below me.
Ok I did word it as "dropping" in that she is doing it by accident but what I meant was placing things loudly onto the floor and not being considerate and gentle.


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