Your nicest neighbors ever stories?

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    Aug 15, 2012 3:31 AM GMT
    Do you have any stories of good neighbors who have done you good things? Especially without asking for anything in return? Do you have some kickass next door peeps in your hood?

    I'm a very quiet type neighbor who likes my privacy and i'm not chatty but if in need and i can do something.. i will... and have had a few good ones as well as horror stories...

    but a few weeks ago my cable was shut off as i was preparing to move and my neighbor, A former miss bodybuilding Oklahoma no less (divorced.. three kids.. ovarian cancer survivor and horny about black dudes) was nice enough to when i mentioned i was using the gym to check e-mail to say "Hey, use mine... can you see my wireless when sign on.. i'll give you the key.. i don't mind." It worked and that was very sweet of her.

    I have other better stories.. but i'm sure you guys do too. So how about an upbeat thread on good neighbors.
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    Aug 15, 2012 3:32 AM GMT
    The nicest thing my neighbors ever did for me was leave me the fuck alone.
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    Aug 15, 2012 3:35 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidThe nicest thing my neighbors ever did for me was leave me the fuck alone.


    Hahaha. Thats REAL nice.
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    Aug 15, 2012 3:38 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidThe nicest thing my neighbors ever did for me was leave me the fuck alone.

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    Aug 15, 2012 3:48 AM GMT
    Secondhand story: Recently my uncle (my mothers brother in law) has been going through depression regarding getting laid off soon by American Airlines. (he should have been fucking prepared anyways) and he and my aunt have a fairly large lawn. The neighbors next door are 5 college age boys and an older man who is one of the boys dad.

    One day.. i guess last week.. Kevin (my uncle) was struggling with the trimmer to edge the lawn.. and found it difficult to use for some reason. One of the boys was doing his own lawn and later approached my uncle and said "Hey, i saw you were having trouble.. i have no problem when i do mine coming over and doing yours.. it's easy." and Kevin replied .."well, thank i have no money to pay.." and the guy said "No.. no problem wasn't looking for money.. it's just that you are right there.. so i don't mind going around your lawn and trimming it.. it's take me less than 10 minutes..."

    A few days later without asking the guy does it for my uncle..and my aunt comes home and my uncle is on the couch with a wrinkle in his forehead (he's always an asshole.. i hate him..) She's like "Our neighbor did the lawn.. thank him.." and Kevin replies "Yeah, I know.. he left all that shit out on the sidewalk too." And she was shocked.. she thanked the guy herself and scolded her husband for being an asshole.

    People rarely do things like that. It's Texas and it's hot.. i'm not sure even i would spend another extra 10 minutes doing someones lawn if i didn't have to... i'd have to be in a great mood.. So it's expected that if the guy does the work.. you take your ass around with a rake and bag and clean that shit up or learn to use your own equipment.
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    Aug 15, 2012 3:49 AM GMT
    You would be a pretty nice neighbour, if ya kno wut I mean.
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    Aug 15, 2012 3:51 AM GMT
    kawaiidesu saidYou would be a pretty nice neighbour, if ya kno wut I mean.



    Oh I'm out of ass... can i borrow yours for about an hour or so?
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    Aug 15, 2012 3:53 AM GMT
    JackKash said
    kawaiidesu saidYou would be a pretty nice neighbour, if ya kno wut I mean.



    Oh I'm out of ass... can i borrow yours for about an hour or so?


    Pardon me, my dick just died, can I bury it in your ass??
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    Aug 15, 2012 3:55 AM GMT
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    kawaiidesu saidYou would be a pretty nice neighbour, if ya kno wut I mean.
    Oh I'm out of ass... can i borrow yours for about an hour or so?
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    Aug 15, 2012 3:57 AM GMT
    I mow my neighbor's lawn every time I do mine. It's not very big. The same neighbor helped me cut down some large tree branches a few years ago because he's taller than me.

    Our neighborhood no longer cleans off the sidewalks when it snows, so I help with that. I also help my neighbors clean off their parking spaces.

    My neighbors help the single older lady with her yard. They may do more.

    I don't really talk to my neighbors. I have a weird schedule, and I hardly ever see them. But they are a nice group of people.
  • metta

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    Mar 18, 2013 9:34 PM GMT
    10 things your neighbors won’t tell you
    The people living next door aren’t who you think they are

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/10-things-your-neighbors-wont-tell-you-2013-03-15?pagenumber=1
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    Mar 18, 2013 9:40 PM GMT
    I'm from Paris. I don't even know the face or the name of my neigbours.

    But when I was student in Japan, the Korean girls downstairs became good friends. We knew them when one of them came to complain because of the noise of a party. We invited her to drink with us and became good friends. At some point of the year, our 2 appartments became a sort of duplex where we were sharing everything. It was kind of cool.
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    Mar 18, 2013 9:42 PM GMT
    Good fences make good neighbors.
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    Mar 18, 2013 9:43 PM GMT
    When my best friend (whom I lived with) was in the hospital, many of my neighbors went to go visit him. He was unconscious at the time and died a few days latter. Even so....while they were there, they sang the Yellow Submarine to him. You see, one of the first neighbor parties that we had together, there was a karaoke machine. My best friend sang the first song, the Yellow Submarine and everyone joined in together.

    When the doctor asked me to come to the hospital to sign the papers to take him off the machines, I was not up to driving and one of my neighbors offered to take me.

    After he past away, one of my neighbors put together an Irish Wake for him. It was really amazing and beautiful. It was really a beautiful way to remember him. I'm sorry that I was not up to talking at that time but it was a much nicer way to remember someone than having a memorial.

    My neighbors got together and bought me an enormous flower arrangement. It had to be the biggest most beautiful arrangement that I have ever seen. I have no idea how much something like that costs but I would guess at least $500. The thing even had little fake feathered birds flying all around it.
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    Mar 18, 2013 9:44 PM GMT
    Aristoshark said
    showme saidGood fences make good neighbors.

    Especially in Fuckyou County, Virginia ("Hey there, son, you got a real purty mouth,")


    Anywhere I've ever lived, actually.
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    Mar 18, 2013 9:56 PM GMT
    kawaiidesu said
    JackKash said
    kawaiidesu saidYou would be a pretty nice neighbour, if ya kno wut I mean.
    Oh I'm out of ass... can i borrow yours for about an hour or so?
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    My favorite scene!
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    Mar 18, 2013 10:22 PM GMT
    I've been blessed so far having good neighbors. Why a month back i accidentally left my keys in the lock. Lucky enough my condo neighbor left a note and I got it back. Thanked him profusely. He was kinda cute...But alas he is married!! icon_lol.gif
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    Mar 18, 2013 10:30 PM GMT
    My neighbor gives some pretty good oral...


    treats for your mouth. Nom nom nom.
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    Mar 18, 2013 10:33 PM GMT
    I have awesome neighbors. We have huge block parties in the summer together.
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    Mar 18, 2013 10:36 PM GMT
    They haven't murdered me in my sleep.
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    Mar 18, 2013 11:07 PM GMT
    Our next door neighbor in the condo couldn't have satellite TV because his unit's on the wrong side of the building. At the time we had cable TV but the service was poor.

    He approached us with the idea of installing the satellite dish on our south-facing patio, the wires running above our ceiling and across the hall to his place, and he would establish the account in his name.

    If we wanted to share the service he'd have DirecTV add our boxes to his account and wire them. He made all the arrangements, and all I have to do is give him a personal check for half his cost when he shows me his bill each month. Our cost is less than if we had our own individual satellite TV contract. It's a win-win for everyone, especially as DirecTV is better than COMCAST in our area.

    Another condo neighbor waters our plants and collects our mail when we travel, for which she has a key to our condo. In return we bring her souvenirs and other gifts from our trips, the last being some trinkets from Cozumel, Mexico.
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    Mar 18, 2013 11:34 PM GMT
    My neighbors bought a case of each kind of Girl Scout Cookie and they shared. Samoas were my favorite this year.
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    Mar 19, 2013 12:09 AM GMT
    When I was in my 20's and had just bought my first house I was on a lean budget with a huge new mortgage. I'd had to put down 20% taking almost all of my savings, and I didn't have much ready cash left. So - I get moved in and the fresh water pipe bringing water from the street all the way up to the house broke, and flooded the lawn. The pipe was about 3 feet below the lawn. I got an estimate for over a $1000. to repair it. I was thinking of putting this big expense on my Visa card, when my next door neighbor offered to show me how to dig out the old pipe and even offered to help me do the work! It took all weekend and was Hell - digging a three foot deep trench - about 30 feet long. We replaced the pipe and filled in the trench - replanting the lawn. This was a brand new neighbor - I did not know him before - and he was over 60 years old! Talk about going above and beyond the call of duty. What a great neighbor. I stayed in touch with him until he died - and I did as many good things for him as I could think of during the rest of his life. I'll always remember what this great neighbor did to help me.
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    Mar 19, 2013 12:14 AM GMT
    Nice neighbor? Whats that?
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    Mar 19, 2013 2:52 AM GMT
    My apartment neighbors were boring as shit and would scurry away to avoid me thinking I don't see them (they were crazy about my partner Russ though, he's more personable than I could ever be). So I thought up apartment neighbors who I would want living on my floor and on the floors below me and above.

    One the bottom floor:
    My manager would be the nice Mrs. Roper from 3's Company (this is without her homophobic bastard of a husband Mr. Roper who she bludgeoned to death before I moved in. It's our little secret Mrs. Roper). Next to her would be singer Debbie Harry who's always borrowing sugar and hash, next to her would be some noisy little girl who tries to get to the bottom of why so many of our mailmen go missing (I suspect Mrs. Roper who's now bludgeon happy).

    My floor:
    Next to me would live a wise old American-Indian named Eddie Bareback who would gives me wise advice and loves to bring me over elk meat lasagna and Indian charms to protect me from urban wendingos, across from me would be drunky/cool cat Dean Martin who's always in a black silk robe with his dick half hanging out and always hitting me up for another 5 bucks.

    Top floor:
    The very lovely and talented actor Frank Jasper who plays "Shute" in the movie "Vision Quest" who gets his morning paper in his two sizes too small boxers and loves the smell of enchiladas (that I fan from from under the door) coming from my apartment. Across from him is Alison from the 1977 movie "The"Sentinel? And across from her would be an "empty,"
    or is it?