My neighbor leaves hate notes on my car because I park in front of her house sometimes. Regardless of the fact that it's completely legal.
Why do people have to be such cunts sometiems
@Abusive Breasts, sometimes*
@Abusive Breasts, a once in awhile thing is fine. When you have people parking in front of your house every single day, when there's space for them elsewhere, it gets to be quite annoying and inconvenient. I lived with 6 other people once. 4 cars in the driveway, forcing me to park on the street. When I'd come home with nowhere to park in front of my house, it got to be pretty redundant to see my neighbor or their friends in my spot, especially when they have an empty driveway and housefront.
@Batnan, park in their driveway. See how they like it.
@BubblegumFive83, oh I just block her car in with my garbage and recycling bins.
@Abusive Breasts, My brother parked in front of our house because the driveway was full, then our neighbors across from us had someone drive home drunk at night and hit his car on the side when he was backing out of their driveway. Our neighbor told us the morning instead of letting us exchange info then, and was upset when we said it would either go to court or he could just pay for the damages (light scratches). He paid, but tried to argue that the car was in the way of him backing out and that we needed to move it. Later, when my brother got a project car and the driveway was still full, our neighbor waited until we weren't there and called the police on the new car saying it was a junker left on the road, and it got impounded because we hadn't had the chance to register it after it was dropped off. When trying to call the police about the whereabouts of the car, they kept hanging up on us until they called back after holding charges racked up, and we couldn't afford to get it back.
@Abusive Breasts, it's kinda bad form to park in front of someone else's house all the time
@Colombian Sugar, That neighbor deserves a nice gift-wrapped brick through their window on Christmas day.
I'm calling fake on this one. Why would he go back afterwards to add the second note if he was so embarrassed the first time instead of just removing the note.
@MeddlingKid, well, it could be that the guy who got the note in the first frame was writing a reply in order to shift the blame to his wife. I find it funnier that way personally is why I choose to believe that.
@SuperSandwich, did he just write the reply for the internet or seek out the person who left the note?
@MeddlingKid, again, I find it funnier to think that. People have told on themselves in more retarded ways over social media.
@MeddlingKid, Or maybe his wife told him later what she did and the guy had already read the note and this is him apologizing later.
@MeddlingKid, I concur, to the extent of how did he know which person wrote the note, unless they live in a town home or he has received the same note(s) by the same person before from someone that is around them all the time and knows this guy's vehicle. It doesn't make sense for him to respond to the note and place it back on his own vehicle for the complainant to receive why he car was the way it was. He could know who wrote the note originally if he knew the person's handwriting or who was blocked, but there isn't enough information to figure out what actually happened.
@City87, it's plausible to assume that the vehicle was left in a manner that specifically inhibited a specific neighbor's ability to use their property. In this occurance, it's not difficult to accept he knew exactly where the note came from. Furthermore, I can use myself as an anecdotal example of a person who would actually leave an apology (though likely not an excuse)
@MeddlingKid, it's from reddit. They're neighbors, that's why he left the reply.
@Captain Mal, you the real mvp
@MeddlingKid, it's on the back of it, if I'm interpreting this correctly
@Knight SoIaire, ignore this I can't delete it
@MeddlingKid, the second note is by the husband of the author of the first note, and is probably on the back of the first note.
Everyone seems to be missing that the wife is the one who wrote the first note, and that the second note is probably on the back of the first note.
Hate notes in Canada
Doesn't matter. Tell her to go in and then park better. Not that hard