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I agree - she could have brought her ass on over when you were home.
Newsflash - dogs bark!
The german shepherd barks all day long next door but I'd never dream of going over there to complain. Geez!!!

Self expression (read cussing) on your blog is very necesary!

Girl don't worry about OB (that was funny btw)something about old folks, they be complainin' all day, e'ryday, about nothing at all. I'm with Mwabi on the cussin' let it all out! It's good for you.

my, my, my! guess there'll be no welcome to the neighborhood cake for her, huh?

lol! I hate passive agressive neighbors. Letting folks know face to face or at least leaving a signed note works best.

hee-hee a would have slide it under the door. LOL

and i thought YOU guys were the bad neighbors

i'm appalled and so proud at the same time at that potty mouth!! i just don't understand why folks gotta get old and anal.

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