Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

11 Notes From Mean Neighbors. Tell Me How You Really Feel!

Do you ever feel like telling someone where to stick it, but you feel like a direct approach would lead to a physical fight? Well then, you'll totally relate to these people, who chose a totally different approach. In lieu of an all-out brawl, they decided to try writing a passive aggressive note instead. Now you might say that living among people is a bit like a social experiment because the longer we spend time with each other and interact, the more we seem to annoy each other. Many of us look for ways to retaliate that won't involve ending up behind bars. So here are some rather mean passive aggressive notes that allowed people to give those that annoyed them a piece of their mind.

#1. Wi-Fi network names are often cool and unique, while other times they're a venue to a war.

It's kind of cool that they used their network name to let their neighbor know that they don't like their taste of music, but maybe they should consider having someone proofread their grammar. Otherwise, they're just giving their neighbor some serious ammo.

#2. If you have to go passive aggressive, then do it with a little musical flare that plays ode to a classic.

Looks like this note writer was channeling the band, The Police, and their song "Every Breath You Take." But of all the notes we've seen so far, this one's the nicest way of telling someone they should be a little lighter on their feet.

#3. When your neighbors are sick and tired of getting a sneak peek at your naked body and you get this.

Now that's one embarrassing passive aggressive note. Looks like it's time to go out and buy some curtains. Clearly, this whole exhibitionist gig in the bathroom isn't making your neighbors very happy.

#4. No good deed ever goes unpunished is what this note writer realized when they tried being nice.

It looks like the days of them being neighborly are over. Maybe next time, these neighbors should consider opening the freaking door and try being a little more grateful. But for now, it's too late. They have an enemy in the hood!

#5. Is it wrong of us to say that this one is funny, even though it involves the future perishment of a dog?

It all comes down to how much you love your dog. If you value their life you'll definitely stop letting it poop in your neighbor's yard. Sure, they might be bluffing with the death threat, but you can never be too sure.

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