“Yes it’s real,” mom Bobbie Hineman captured her photo of the note her neighbor wrote to her that she then shared on Twitter.
The note reads, “Dear “Neighbor” you just moved into this neighborhood a year ago, and I wanted to give you time to correct this problem on your own, but you are apparently too inconsiderate to do so.”
“Every day this week, when weather has been nice and windows are open, you proceed to let your small child run free in your backyard and laugh and giggle and carry on without end.”
“This is very disruptive to my two dogs and my bird who sits next to the window and likes to look into your yard.”
“Perhaps you could ask him to tone it down a bit, or at least limit his outside time to 15-20 minutes a day so my dogs can be outside without seeing him running around.”
“If this kind of behavior persists, I will call the police!”
Twitter; pictured above is the neighbor’s note
Honestly, if they don’t like kids and don’t want to hear them outside having a good time, maybe they should have picked a house in the middle of nowhere.
The internet couldn’t believe someone had written her this note, with people commenting, “This is utterly ridiculous. So I guess your child is supposed to stay locked up in the house all day, so the dogs and bird can be happy. You let that beautiful child of yours play & have a good time in YOUR yard. That weirdo “neighbor” of yours will just have to deal.”
“And at this point, I’d buy a mad sound system, microphones, give my kids recorders and let them go nuts!”
“A good time for your wee one to start learning how to play bagpipes I think!”
“Play baby shark all day long.”
“When the sound of a child’s laughter annoys you, you may as well be dead.” said my grandfather, 60 years ago, to a complaining neighbor. Still applies.”
“Call the police and tell them that your neighbor spies on your child in your yard. That should put an end to it.”
“There is a toddler who screams relentlessly, constantly, loudly, every single day in my shared backyard. I assume her parents are now deaf to it, as parents become. I am praying for college. I fear these feral children are homeschooled. I leave no notes. Just grind my teeth.”
You can view Bobbie’s original post on Twitter here.
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