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23 August 2018, 16:12 | Updated: 23 August 2018, 17:02
These are the some of the best passive-aggressive reactions from people who just couldn’t handle their muso neighbours...
“I don’t think I could be heard over ‘Defying Gravity’”
“As much as we like musical theatre, could you please stop”— CAL ROSCOW (@calroscow) November 5, 2017
An actual note from my friend’s neighbours. pic.twitter.com/NnGMOwTV7k
Come on, Jane.
Can’t tell if my neighbour is drilling through a wall or taken up playing the tuba. Whatever it is Jane love please cease and desist— Annabelle Ede (@EdeAnnabelle) November 22, 2017
My neighbor's Vietnamese karaoke has hit a new low...or maybe I should say high. Didn't know that musical note existed.— Lydia Mazzei (@overweightbooks) October 27, 2013
Is there a polite way to ask your classical musician neighbour to STOP PLAYING THE DAMN CELLO?! pic.twitter.com/z5C87SRM7z— Matthew Poirier (@MattPoirier1) February 19, 2017
No Matthew, no there isn’t.
I'm all for people living their dreams and trying new things but my neighbour has decided to try and learn the trombone during a heatwave.— Phoebe (@fubarpops) July 20, 2016
annoyingly-bad-musical-neighbour strikes again! this time tuning his guitar; each note has the same tone as my phone vibrating. #frustrating— VulpesLoxes (@vulpesloxes) October 23, 2012
“Until you start to appreciate real music…”
(See the uncensored version here)
It's 7pm, I have 24 final papers to grade before tomorrow when my lovely partner arrives so we can finally begin married life in the same country, and the neighbours' kid has chosen tonight to start learning the trombone. Outside.— Ian Whittington (@Sir__Ian) April 27, 2018
If one of you happens to be my neighbour that has been playing 7 nation army non stop on your trombone for hours can you stop now please?— James Thomas (@JimNatives) June 2, 2017