Try Not Being a DICK.

Check out this fucking shit.
A couple is facing eviction because their child with autism is noisy.
Hey, bears shit in the woods and the pope does drag.

This could so fucking easily be me. I’ve had douche nozzle-y, twatilicious neighbors before, too. A nosy cunt who was “so concerned about the safety of my children” that she’d wait until the next day to call my LANDLORD and tattle on whatever dangerous thing she saw my kids doing the day PRIOR.  (You know, like playing in the yard near the landlord’s yet to be filled fountain.)

How hard is it to knock on the door and say, “Hey! It’s really fucking noisy here. What’s up with that?” And then how hard is it to be a human and hear their story? To hear how hard their fucking lives are because the only way their child can communicate is through tantrums. THEN if you still have a problem with the noise, you’re just a shit human being and no one should give a flying fuck what you think. Spend one day in my shoes. SPEND ONE DAY IN THEIR SHOES. Fucking chunk. [Chunk, as defined by Webster: Waste of fucking flesh and oxygen.]

Get to know your neighbors. Try Nice for a fucking change. On that same street with the nosy cunt, there was nosy cunt #2 who reported me to a social service as being fraudulent because I drove a caddy and she saw me get an expensive Keurig Vue delivered to my house.  The Caddy is 19 years old and was the best/cheapest thing on the lot and the coffee pot was FREE. I won it.
TRY NICE. Try getting to know people. DON’T BE A DICK.

The same nosy cunt who just couldn’t stop reporting my every move to the landlord, suddenly loved me after I took charge of an SUV vs. pedestrian accident scene in front of our houses one day until the medics got there.  Oh then she just had to introduce me to everyone as the wonderful neighbor. Get bent.
STOP judging people. STOP assuming. Get to know your neighbors. DON’T make their lives more difficult. DON’T be a dick.

I can’t imagine the stress this family is under right now.  This could easily be me and I don’t know what I would do in that situation.


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