Unless you live in the woods, you probably have neighbors.
And even if you're friendly with your neighbors, sometimes they can get on your nerves.
Have you ever left your neighbor a passive-aggressive note about their annoying behavior?
These 20 people have. And they knocked it out of the park, if I do say so myself.
via: ImgurThis person left their printer password-free, so they got this South Park-themed message from their cranky neighbor. Method of delivery deserves an A+.
via: RedditOops! How much do you want to bet they took care of that right away?
via: ImgurThis band poster for a barking dog is a really clever way to let people know their dog doesn't ever stop making noise. The only problem is that now I kind of want to see this show.
via: RedditIt's always a struggle to come up with the perfect WiFi network name. But sometimes, your neighbors make it really easy for you.
via: RedditSeems like the whole building is united in helping these people figure out their problems/shut the heck up. How nice of them! This next one is just perfect...
via: RedditIt's called sarcasm. Let's hope these people get it.
via: RedditThis angry neighbor was generous enough to buy floor protectors for the upstairs neighbor who's always dragging furniture around. Hey, people who are always dragging furniture around, why?!
via: RedditThe wall was dirty, but these people weren't about to clean the part of the wall that doesn't belong to them. That extra millisecond of work was just too much.
via: RedditThis is what you get when you complain that your neighbor's trash cans aren't hidden behind a fence. You get a fence that flips you off.
via: RedditDon't ever assume you know someone's situation just by looking at them. Oh, and also check their license plate to make sure they're not a disabled veteran before you insult them. So many lessons to learn here. The next one is just appalling.
via: RedditWho steals a pumpkin?! Especially one carved by a 2-year-old. It could not have been impressive.
via: RedditThe caption for this one reads, "Whenever a ball goes into my neighbors' yard, he puts them in his tree so no one can get them back." Harsh. And terrifying?
via: RedditThis Reddit user wrote, "My neighbors complained that it's too cold for my dog to be outside all day during the winter. I sent them this." Newsflash: Huskies love the snow.
via: RedditThis is obviously the only course of action when your neighbor complains to code enforcement that you're not cutting your lawn. Hilarious.
via: ImgurThis is either the nicest letter EVER from an annoyed neighbor, or it's the slickest instance of someone being super passive-aggressive. Either way, I bet it worked. This next one is simply gorgeous.
via: RedditThe caption reads, "Our new neighbors are bigots. Since regular aggression leads to assault charges, I went with passive aggression. 10,000 lights later..." Amazing.
via: ImgurI don't know how you call the police about someone's lawn, but it seems like an overreaction. And this seems like the perfect response to said overreaction.
via: RedditGuys, I think this is a credible threat. I would not take this lightly.
via: RedditOK, I have so many questions. The 2:23 AM and 3:14 AM sing-screaming I can understand. They were probably drunk and partying. But who's loudly singing at 8:20 and 9:10 in the morning?! Monsters, that's who.
via: RedditThis is a haiku. It is much friendlier than I'd be in this case.