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    wow they sound seriously creepy!!

    i would definitely be concerned that they think it's okay to just rock up and take your daughter without your permission.

    i think you should talk to your real estate about the situation. if they are renters and rent through the same agents then they may be able to have them kicked out. my sister was having major problems with her neighbour, she complained to her RE agent and the agent had the man removed from the house. she now has new neighbours and no problems!

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    Unfortunately they own the house. Well, K owns the house. L is a "boarder" after being a couch surfer for 5 years. Who doesn't contribute much at all and also thinks he may lose his job but doesn't mind.

    Also can anyone explain this to me...

    L has told us that in his 41 years he has been a Nurse in England for 10 years, had been in the AFP, been a pearler up in Northern WA, a sales man for a MASSIVE IT company (current job) and numerous other occupations... Am I the only one who thinks this is damn near impossible considering how long it takes to train for Nursing and also AFP? Really? I think he's full of sh!t.

    He also knows everything about anything. Even pregnancy and giving birth... Amazing man he is.

    Can anyone tell I'm in a b!tchy mood and just having a whinge now? Lol. I seriously need to get it all out though. It's driving me batty. Aaaagggghhhhh!!!!!

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    Bi%$h away!

    Oh, don't bother thinking he's full of sh!t either. Just know that he is! I know people like him - doesn't it bug you!

    Best one in recent times was a bloke telling us that he had been in Thailand with his kick boxing friend when they were set upon by over 20 Thai mafia and they had fought them off...

    *insert cricket chirping sound here*


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    Quote Originally Posted by GluttonForPunishment View Post
    Bi%$h away!

    Oh, don't bother thinking he's full of sh!t either. Just know that he is! I know people like him - doesn't it bug you!

    Best one in recent times was a bloke telling us that he had been in Thailand with his kick boxing friend when they were set upon by over 20 Thai mafia and they had fought them off...

    *insert cricket chirping sound here*

    Bahahahahaha. That's awesome. Bruce Lee eat your heart out.

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    On a side note, I was really looking forward to watering my garden today. It's just started raining now and they've also just gone out. (was in my room cleaning not spying/stalking, and I also have mirrored tinting on the windows, thank god) So now I'm mad that I don't get to play with the hose with DD and cool off etc. lol

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    Go run in the rain!

    I currently can't use my yard because of my pot smoking, heavy drinking neighbours and their friends. They have a pool and their parents go away every year on Boxing Day for 10 days. Therefore massive "gathering" for 240 continuous hours. While hanging up the washing before DS1 asked me what "sprog in a slit" was. At least their parents keep them semi-controlled when they are home (the boys are 22 and 24).

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    Omfg Bella are you serious. I would've died if dd asked me that. Then I would've got her inside and tore your neighbors a new a$$hole!

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    Oh god Bella! You poor thing. Luckily our backuards are always quite eindy (don't know how that works, as the front isn't as bad) So he smokes his p0t in the garage.

    I still find myself going out the back to hang washing as quietly as possible so they don't know I'm out. Lol. Paranoid much?

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    look im going to be honest! why are you putting your child and yourself in this position? you know he has been sick he smokes pot and honestly sound like a pervert, why have that around you both? and to know that this guy does these things and they take you child any where without you in very sca
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    stand up and have confruntation for your daughters safety

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    So after hours (and hours) of wondering what to say to K in regards to her reply I have cone up with this;

    I don't feel that I should have to elaborate or justify my explanations in my last message, but to clarify, everything I said has made me feel uncomfortable and I wasn't interested in feeling bad about our decision to go out much later on xmas eve when I felt the slightest bit better. I didn't get sick just to mess up your plans for the night. We were told the night before that it was ok if we didn't go as we had explained about DD possibly not having had enough sleep etc. She always comes first no matter what. In regards to the He said, She said thing, the fact is, there have been comments that have made me extremely uncomfortable. End of story. Sorry if you don't believe this.

    This is the last thing I will be saying to them. I will be removing them from my social network so to speak and even though we will probably stay on with our lease, I will not have anything to do with them anymore. I will be polite, as I am to the other neighbours (one couple) who do not socialise in the street. But that's all.

    Anyway, do you think it's harsh or just straight to the point?

    GFP - I have a feeling this is too nice for your liking? Haha


 

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