Neighbors: A Classification
Neighbors can either be a pleasure to live next to or a pain. However, for some reason it seems the neighbors that stick out the most are of the unpleasant kind, which are generally regarded as the neighbors that no one ideally wants to move next to. Unpleasant neighbors can come in three different kinds, the intrusive, the loud, and the self-centered.
The first kind of neighbor not to move next to is the intrusive observer. This type of neighbor tends to get into business that is not his, almost if he were spying on you every day. They are very pushy when it comes to topics that shouldn’t be talked about. For example they may ask a question like, “Where were you last night? I saw you pulling in at four in the morning.” Not only is this quite annoying and not their business, but it feels like a violation of privacy. It’s creepy knowing that this neighbor is watching at all hours.
The second type of neighbor not to live next to is the loud party animal. This neighbor is very unpleasant to be around at all hours of the day and night. He tends to be obnoxious and just plain ignorant. Guests are always crowding around the street and his property as a result of constant parties at this neighbors house. This becomes extremely agitating to the other homeowners in the neighborhood during the night because of loud music and other activity such as flashing lights and the crowding of vehicles on the streets.
Last but not least, the self-centered neighbor is the worst neighbor you could have next door to you. He tends to think that the whole world revolves around him, has a very stuck up attitude and loves to get into other people’s business. This neighbor views themselves as a god or police officer of the neighborhood. If a discussion is going on about changing a certain part of the neighborhood and they’re not involved, they will become very angry and yell at other neighbors. Another example is when someone in the neighborhood is...
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