TinaTurner


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why-is-it

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 09:35

Oh dear Haisie.  Should have said 18.00 hours cutoff for Evening thread. I'm still in the olden days.  Me does think you are pulling my leg though.

why-is-it

Posted: 28/08/2013 at 23:20

Well, all I can say is don't let it drag on like I did.  I don't know what they have done but I could have saved myself a lot of anguish if I had spoken up earlier and believe me I am no wilting flower!!  Not bolshi, don't like confrontation, who does, but will stand up for myself.  Hate apathy.  I understand it is difficult when it's a neighbour as you don't want any ill feeling but, let's face it, they aren't bothered about you are they. I will politely pass the time of day with mine, but will never enter into another conversation with them.  They showed their true colours.

Right, now for the adjoining neighbour and the faulty guttering!!  It's a hard life.

Oh yes, and you have to watch that Kef.  Sensible!!  In your dreams Kef.

why-is-it

Posted: 28/08/2013 at 21:09

Are you sure you don't live up the road to me Haisie?  My torturer is a sausage dog and, yes, he set all the others dogs off too. Not that his owner admits it.  Said it barks at the foxes!  Oh, yes, there's a lots and lots of them hanging round the garden - not.  I did contact the Council and was told I could make a formal complaint, anonimously if I wished, but decided to do it in, what I thought, was a friendly manner.  I only wish I had done it sooner.  May not be on such friendly terms now but I don't have to have any contact with them anyway. The longer you put up with it, the worse it's going to be to bring it to your neighbour's attention. 

Think about it.

why-is-it

Posted: 28/08/2013 at 18:15

Fairygirl is great, as they all are.  You will have to view Morning Forkers, early morning until 6, then Good Evening Forkers. If you post after the allotted time, you get a detention. Sometimes gets very crowded in that room!  Some lose track of time.

Yapping dog. Blighted my summers for the past 3+ years. Yapped early morning, all day long and at night. Decided when they were on holiday and peace reigned and I was calm, to write a very polite, friendly letter expressing my distress.  2 days after they returned, owner pounded on my door, bit like using a battering ram, admonished me for spoiling his holiday, etc, etc.  Kept my cool then told him didn't like the look on his face, nor his tone of  voice.  Said he had had no other complaints, which I quite believe as people are apathetic and don't want to rock the boat.  I, of course, have heard many neighbours complaining.  Said he couldn't possibly stop him yapping, and blamed all the other dogs in the neighbourhood as dog was talking to them!!  Anyway, not sure what's happened but since that day - 2 weeks now - you can hear a pin drop.  I have been able to work and sit in the garden in total peace and quiet, apart from the usual kiddies playing, which I have no problem with whatsoever.  Rather like it.  I am, at the moment, very happy, apart from the fact that not once did my neighbour apologise to me fo the distress I had been caused. It was all me, me and his poor wife. 

Now, are you still awake Haisie.  Bit boring really but you did ask.

why-is-it

Posted: 28/08/2013 at 17:26

How long have you got Haisie as it's been going on for 4 years.    Do you have trouble getting off to sleep as I'm sure that once I start, you will be soundo!!

Oops, here comes that nasty Fairygirl with a gag. (Not a funny one at that)

why-is-it

Posted: 28/08/2013 at 14:40

You'll be OK with me Haisie as I just pretend I'm a gardener, so that these nice people chat to me.  May have to fill you in on the yapping dog.  That's the initiation process.

plum-tree-split-full-of-fruit

Posted: 28/08/2013 at 14:17

Note to self.  Must try to ask some intelligent questions..

plum-tree-split-full-of-fruit

Posted: 28/08/2013 at 14:12

I could offer no advice Hover, unlike the other pleasant posters and am so glad you feel able to return.  I have to say it's really good to hear that someone so young has an interest in gardening.  I think we all agree that it is very theraputic, even when we are cursing that we wished we had never started certain jobs.

Hope to hear more from you. Keep coming back.

Trust you FG to get in first.

 

why-is-it

Posted: 27/08/2013 at 22:50

This forum has been working very well with the friendly advice given by those in the know and certainly doesn't want some pompous, self opinionated person coming along and upsetting everyone.  You need to tone your advice down and stop dictating to people.

And I love Tescos. I reckon I'd get treated quicker there than by the NHS!! supermarkets out there you know. 

Think I better take a pill and have a lie down.

plum-tree-split-full-of-fruit

Posted: 27/08/2013 at 22:30

Sorry about the numerous errors in my last post.  Written in a temper.

Waterbuts, that made me concentrate. Reminded me of Danny Kaye - 'The pellet with the poison is in the vessel with the pestle, the chalice from the palace has the brew that is true, right?' etc.

Let's hope that Hover returns.

 

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