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    I've been known to get quite loud after a few drinks at the neighbours house, she's in a townhouse quite close to another so I'm sure that they've heard a lot of my confessions they wouldn't have unless I'd had a few drinks.

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    If you know her. Just say hey do you realize we can hear everything . I put my iPod in etc

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    No way, I can't be bothered listening to neighborhood drunken ramblimgs, had enough of listening to my mum and stepdad get loaded and talk crap when I was growing up

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    I listen to my neighbours, only to make sure they aren't killing each other.

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    For sure I would listen

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    I probably would, at least till I got bored. Then I can imagine the intrusion of their noise in my home would probably make me a bit cranky I wouldn't say anything to anyone (especially not repeat anything I heard), but I'd probably put on the telly or some music to drown them out after a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    lol, yeap i'd listen till i got bored at least.
    Exactly this

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    Maybe, but I doubt I'd care. Lol

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    Yep, I would listen hahah. Our next door neighbours' entertaining area is right next to my bedroom window so I've heard some of the party conversations (and someone vomiting next to the fence - lovely!)

    What is worse is that the husband's cigarette smoke sometimes comes right in my window ewwwww

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laksa View Post
    Yep, I would listen hahah. Our next door neighbours' entertaining area is right next to my bedroom window so I've heard some of the party conversations (and someone vomiting next to the fence - lovely!)

    What is worse is that the husband's cigarette smoke sometimes comes right in my window ewwwww
    That's exactly the set up here. I would have definitely listened intentionally if it were her friends confessing but nope it was her and gee it sounds messy. I feel so sorry for her
    I nearly did pop my head over the fence and just say 'Im really sorry but I'm trying to sleep and I've been listening to you talk ALL night now' they started singing breakup songs really loudly.


 

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