This morning I woke up to an imfamous Facebook rant from one of my friends. I hate to admit it, but I always get a giggle out of the rises people put on Facebook (and I can only hope others feel the same about the few I do). The exaggerations people use to get their point through I usually find funny. I'm definitely an exaggerator myself and often use exageration as a form of comedy- so the giggle kind of comes naturally to such comments. However, if I was this person I wouldn't be laughing at all!
So the rant that caught my eye this morning was a good one, I'd say well worthy of a rant- my friend who lives in a city, neighbor's got a rooster! Her and her fiance have been up at 5am for the past week- the rooster is literally ruining their lives in the 11th hour before their wedding. The minute I read about it, I could see a disheveled red headed bride walking down the isle looking like a zombie with a gun in one hand and the rooster in the other.
I completely understand people's love for farm animals and am not saying you shouldn't get them. As is with many other things- there's just a place for some things and not others. Your decisions should not effect your neighbors lives. Cities are usually close quarters and neighbors are should be taken into consideration and respected.
What drives you nuts about your neighbors? Do they have a rooster that wakes you before you're ready? Do they forget to take their trash cans in?