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Old 08 December 2013, 16:32   #41
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Just do what I do have out with anyone, haven't spoken to next door in 2 years now he's moving, that was over him parking his car on shared drive,am away ATM, and if new ones there when I return I say don't fu..king park you car there or I remove it ,
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Best advice I suppose is... don't buy house with a shared drive
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Old 08 December 2013, 18:28   #42
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Best advice I suppose is... don't buy house with a shared drive
Better yet, don't buy a house with neighbors period!

I *might* be able to hit my neighbors house by throwing a baseball. They are far enough away, and good enough neighbors we don't have any issues. Never do I want to live in a city neighborhood, with all the issues I hear about.
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Old 09 December 2013, 03:25   #43
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Just do what I do have out with anyone, haven't spoken to next door in 2 years now he's moving, that was over him parking his car on shared drive,am away ATM, and if new ones there when I return I say don't fu..king park you car there or I remove it ,
I find softy softy doesn't work
The daughter of one of our neighbours had a habit of turning onto our drive to turn around, shining her headlights into our baby son's room as she did so. After several polite requests this continued. It stopped after the day my neighbour saw me carry into the house a fibreglass replica of a missile. I was going to drop it off for a friend who had sold it on eBay.
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Old 09 December 2013, 15:14   #45
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Yes don't buy shared drive but have the front and shared most boats I had there was 2 x 7 mt ribs 4.8 and couple shells,
Best think is get angle grinder out when wind blows so you put orange dust on next doors car
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What a grossly immature and irresponsible thing to do.
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Aye!! he looks like he could be one of those neighbour nobbers from hell
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What a grossly immature and irresponsible thing to do.
My thoughts exactly. Gel-coat grindings will just blow away - steel grindings on the other hand will cover their car with rusty spots in no time.
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Some of you are wicked....I'm hoping I'm not the irresponsible one....

I try hard to be a considerate neighbour.....like not flushing outboard at midnight etc.....:-).

I'll admit I did crank then all up Sunday afternoon though for a few minutes..just to emphasise that they're there.....
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Some of you are wicked....I'm hoping I'm not the irresponsible one.... I try hard to be a considerate neighbour.....like not flushing outboard at midnight etc.....:-). I'll admit I did crank then all up Sunday afternoon though for a few minutes..just to emphasise that they're there.....
Nice one I did that at 22.30 before we did the Thames trip
Twin Hondas with no bucket lovely sound rattling round the houses
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