Download the Swell app and instantly add your voice.
"…I mean, the singing was lovely, but she was a very quiet person. However, she left her front porch light on all the time at night. I think she worked night shift and it was super bright and it really bothered me because it kind of shone into my bedroom window. When I found out that she'd moved out. I went over there in the dead of night and I took the light globe out of the socket in the front porch. But I didn't just do that.…"
"…Definitely community service. But don't get me started on neighbours.…"
"…Oh, come now, seeking Plum. Tell us all about it. Tell us all about the Cat Petra little box and the dustbin and not dimension. The man who lives over the road with Mother. Mother won't be pleased.…"
"…I think you gave a nice summary there without me getting into all the yucky details. I apologize for having to having subjected you to all of my Winges.…"
"…No, look, it's always Wednesday. We can always have a winch. I love the stories of the man across the road that talks with himself in two different voices. I mean, that's fantastic, man. I think you should make a cast all about that. That for everybody else.…"
"…Oh, my goodness. What I find the most bizarre is like he'll have these conversations, okay, just for everybody else listening, the man will like, yell and every word, but maybe one or two will be a cuss word, and he's yelling at what seems to be a woman. And then all of a sudden, you hear this? You can't make it out in other words. I swear, I thought he was being verbally abusive to somebody for the first few years.…"
"…Listen, I'm gonna be honest. I'm less disturbed about sneaking over in the middle of the night to change light bulbs and neighbors that talk to themselves with two voices than I am, including a you in the word neighbor. See, we in America do not have a need for that unnecessary you. I'm just saying.…"
"…Well, I hate to break it to you, but you're probably going to see a lot more use in Ward that you don't think you should be in.…"
"…Hey, there's a you in the word neighbor, because you left your porch light on all night. You are talking too loud again. You are playing Classic Rock FM between 04:00 p.m. And 06:00 p.m. At night, every day. And I'm really p***** off often. I've had enough. Even though I've spoken to you, you still won't turn it down. Oh, my God, you quit drinking water. Relief. Classic Rock FM has ceased.…"
"…I think I would have been other first to jump over to your shared accommodation, your duplex to change that light bulb. I would have done that. I would have called it energy conservation. Yeah. Whether you and neighbor stands for underwriter's laboratory ul rating of the is more energy efficient now, don't you think? Yeah, neighbors. We all have them in real life or in our virtual lives.…"
"…You can kind of tell my son, aged nine, he can spot vehicles that are driven by people who he'd rather not associate with. They're a unique ethnic class in Ireland, and Dylan's identified them by their cars and he's spot on. He can recognize an Irish traveler. Just buy their cars. After all, they are neighbors. They live 500 meters away from us in a special area. Yeah, I think I trade your neighbors for mine. Mine are more combative stays if.…"
"…The two things with neighbors and smells. There's a very sweet lady who lives a few doors down from me, but she Burns, which I swear is patchouli. And I can't stand Patchouli. That's what hippies are dipped in Patchouli juice. Thanks, Bernie.…"
"…I take care of the cats for the people beneath me when they go away, although nobody's going anywhere now. And I'm glad that I like them, because since Mark, during this pandemic, my neighbors have been, for the most part, with two exceptions, the only people that I see, aside from whomever I might see when I have to go to the store. So that's been kind of nice. I really am good friends with my neighbors across the hall.…"
"…Yeah, it's a bummer man. I've had people that lived here before that. I got along really well with. We used to go and have cups of tea and coffee together, and I've lived in other situations where I was really friendly with my neighbors. It's nice. And as you say, especially important during the time of covert. Sounds like an epic tragedy, war movie during the times of COVID. And it is. It f****** is.…"
"…So we had some young gents living across the street, and these gents like to fix cars in the front of their home with oil running down the street and with every manner of emissions from their vehicles. In addition to that, they were always very loud. They had loud parties, one in particular. I heard a lot of crying outside one night. A young lady was just crying and crying and crying. I could hear it all the way from my bedroom.…"
"…I don't want to leave her in here on her own. It was a she. You can tell the cat he's fine. He can go off and do whatever he wants, right? But yeah, you've had some experiences, man. People shooting guns into the air, oil on the roads. I'm the sort of person that if there's something going on in my neighborhood, I'll do something about it.…"
"…Now, my neighbors across the street that were shooting guns off were gone within a few days of that incident, thank God they were all removed. The landlords apparently heard what had happened. And so that house, in fact, just got rented again a couple of days ago. These are the third renters since other and then my next door neighbors. They just moved out a few days ago, and they play loud music till probably midnight or one in the morning. And that was a constant issue.…"
"…And so lots of stuff going on with guys playing hockey back then. That thing has since folded. And so we don't have any of that anymore. I thought it was cool. I used to work at the venue. I ran a concession stand out there. And I had about 1415 people working with me and feeding everybody that would come up so very used to that kind of thing where we have so many people come out.…"
"…I'm about 23 years old. I got tattoos all over my face. Some people say I look like a f****** gangster from the streets of Los Angeles or something, right?…"
Download the Swell app and instantly add your voice.