Posted: 27/06/2013 at 23:58
When I lived in a council flat as a teenager, my bedroom adjoined the next-door bedroom, and I suffered with the sounds of their music, or even worse, them bumping uglies. One day after they'd finished, a couple of my mates were round, and after listening open-mouthed to the 'oh, yes!' and 'give it to me big boy' (I kid you not!), we gave them a round of appause, cheering, whistling etc. They were never quite as noisy again! The other thing they did was listen to pop music all of the time, I had a couple of classical CD's so used to turn those on full blast when it got a bit too much.
Do you have a lurverly singing voice? I used to be able to empty the pub I worked in at closing time, with the first two minutes of 'bohemian rhapsody'. An unusual talent, but one that came in handy. Maybe you could try learning Welsh, or Urdu, outside, with one of those tape things? I know that would annoy me, if my neighbours did that. Or if you're going to be really evil, wait until their extension is finished, and push fish heads through the air vents (the stink will drive them mad, and they'll never figure out where it's coming from. Failing that, have you got a small boy in the family who has a burning ambtion to learn the trombone? If you think a small child and a recorder is a bad combination, you ain't heard anything till you team a 7 year old boy with a trombone.
Could you get one of those garden mirrors and angle it so the evening sun would be reflected onto their patio area? Water features are a good idea, as are windchimes.
As for a name, I tend to use 'biffa' a lot. Looks like the back of a garbage truck with all the desirability of one.
Don't get mad, get evil!