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    If you can hear a little bit of what they are saying, note it down and type it out.

    Add a little note saying, you are enjoying not having to pay for the porn channel on TV, and you would like to pop in a request that they do a Romeo and Juliet themed session (or something weird and kinky.. Whatever comes to mind).

    Perhaps they might get so disgusted they stop...

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    Default Erm.... noisy neighbours!

    I used to hear the click of the lock on my parents door so would know what that meant, it made me feel a bit weird if I thought about them actually doing it, but just the fact that they had sex didn't bother me too much. As your neighbours are strangers I don't think it would affect your kids as much as if they were hearing their parents / others they're close to.

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    I'm so naive that a friend recently had to point out that all the banging from upstairs wasn't DIY. I thought they must be working really hard on a new kitchen.

    If it wasn't wasting police time I'd suggest reporting a disturbance. Any friends in the force?

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    Default Erm.... noisy neighbours!

    I would try and come up with something to say to sort of embarrass them into being quieter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post

    If it wasn't wasting police time I'd suggest reporting a disturbance. Any friends in the force?
    Lots. Hmmmm.....

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    I used to hear my dad as a kid. I had no idea what it was, and it sounded to me (at the time) like he was crying, so I always got a bit worried and thought "What's wrong with Dad?"

    As for your neighbours, are they a new couple? If they are then the frequency may change after the 'honeymoon' phase is over (maybe, not guaranteed of course!). I think the least embarrassing thing to do would be to leave an anon note in their letterbox.

    I used to live next door to the apartment that Nick R.ewoldt shared with his ex (the girl from Neighbours?), and they were so noisy that I could hear them through a REALLY sound proof party wall between the two apartments! Awkward!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post

    As for your neighbours, are they a new couple? If they are then the frequency may change after the 'honeymoon' phase is over (maybe, not guaranteed of course!). I think the least embarrassing thing to do would be to leave an anon note in their letterbox.
    I don't know. Other than this it's a really quiet block and I never see any of the neighbours. I've been here about 4 months and although I have heard afew moans every so often it's nothing like this!! Maybe they're trying new things? I have met them since though, just to say hi, oh and their kitten fell onto our balcony and he ran down in his undies to rescue it so now I've met them I feel even more awkward!

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    Default Erm.... noisy neighbours!

    My next door neighbours are feral! She always screams at her kids I'm not sure if she is abusive or not but I have called the police just in case because well? I'm not sure and I don't want to be wrong. They let there dog bark no matter what! *most annoying thing ever*! Because we live in a valley noise travels even though we are directly next door everyone can hear it. Once I knocked on her door to borrow her recycling bin and had to wait 3 minutes for her to stop screaming :/

    I would write a letter and not put your name, it would annoy me if I received if but oh we'll

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    I don't know. Other than this it's a really quiet block and I never see any of the neighbours. I've been here about 4 months and although I have heard afew moans every so often it's nothing like this!! Maybe they're trying new things? I have met them since though, just to say hi, oh and their kitten fell onto our balcony and he ran down in his undies to rescue it so now I've met them I feel even more awkward!
    Oh...so awkward!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    I don't know. Other than this it's a really quiet block and I never see any of the neighbours. I've been here about 4 months and although I have heard afew moans every so often it's nothing like this!! Maybe they're trying new things? I have met them since though, just to say hi, oh and their kitten fell onto our balcony and he ran down in his undies to rescue it so now I've met them I feel even more awkward!
    Hmm.. "um excuse me.. I'm here to rescue a fallen pussy. is there one here by any chance?" Lol

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