There are two kind of neighbors you're going to have to face in life: The ones so quiet you forget they exist, or the confrontational assholes who DGAF about you or your well-being.
Personally, I've been on both sides of the spectrum. My first year living in New York City was rambunctious AF, and I do apologize for anyone living below me (You know who you are, and I'm sorry).
On the other hand, I've been the neighbor trying to snooze while the tenants next to me had weekday ragers that sounded somewhat like an EDM concert at Madison Square Garden. But, hey, beggars can't be choosers.
However, I've never gotten to the point where inter-apartment note passing was needed, but this chick must've had enough.
In an aggressive note to her neighbors, she wrote,
Dear Assholes, Why are you so loud after 9 pm every day? Are you fucking sumo wrestlers, or do you possibly have lead fucking feet? Ya'll are really wild as hell. It was funny @ first, but now you're just annoying. Please, calm the fuck down. Have an excellent night. P.S. If you're selling tickets to the 2 am basketball game, let us know.
I'm going to go ahead and assume this woman on Twitter, who goes by @morgxmarie, lives underneath some VERY obnoxious tenants, and apparently, she's had it with their noise.
In a tweet, she posted the above picture of her note and captioned it "I think i accidentally started a war w the guys who live above us."
YES, YOU DID. YOU DEFINITELY DID.
In a note of retaliation, her sarcastic neighbors wrote,
It's game time. That was just a practice last night.
Along with their note, her neighbors created fake tickets to a "basketball game" in their apartment and assigned everyone "couch seats" in "Building E."
Genius, I tell you.
They even gave each apartment team names: The 2nd Floor Bitches vs. 3rd Floor Lead Foot Assholes.
These guys are my heroes.
I suppose the moral of this story is you should avoid sarcastic, passive-aggressive notes and just confront your neighbors in person when they're pissing you off.
That, or get some popcorn and prepare for an in-house basketball game at 2 in the morning.