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What Do Your Nfh Get Up To? Bizarre,antisocial,criminal Or Plain Weird?!

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Posted 17 March 2014 - 01:34 PM

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Again, not sure if I am posting in the right place (apologies if not!) but just wanted other examples of behaviour of NFH from other poor souls who have to tolerate them! I thought I would list a few and see if anyone else would like to list some of theirs too! It could be anything - from the ridiculous, illegal, plain stupid etc!

 

Some things I have seen various NFH around here do;

 

1. Allow kids to break our fence and flatly deny it

2. Allow 7 yr old to use a knapsack sprayer with weedkiller - then point it at NFH and say 'grandad I'm going to poison you!'

3. Discuss cutting our hedge down with landlord from hell (it is not high) and it is OUR hedge!

4. Cut holes in our hedge to allow their grandkids access to our garden/toys

5. Steal toys

6. Throw glass bottles at us/children/dog and flatly deny it - allow kids to play with broken glass

7. Encourage grandkids to 'go and annoy the miserable bitch next door'

8. NFH 2 doors down - running a cannabis factory from shed - stealing electricity

9. NFH 2 doors down - having sex loudly with doors and windows open

10. NFH 2 doors down - 'pleasuring himself' in the garden in view of my daughters bedroom window

11. NFH 2 doors down - urinating in garden in full view of everyone

12. NFH going into NFH 2 doors down to get a better view and audio experience of them having sex!

13. NFH watching the 2 doors down woman pegging out underwear - with hands down trousers

14. NFH taking this underwear off the line (when they are out) going into house and appearing with it 5 minutes later!!!!! Hangs back on line:0

15. NFH thinking it is acceptable to urinate/vomit in the garden and allowing grandkids to defecate in garden right next to our boundary!

16. Stealing items from at least two gardens - including plants and stone planters from a lady who had died.

 

That is just a few - not all of the weird and bizarre craziness they get up to (not to mention the guy on the sex offenders register) and they think WE are the weird ones!!!!

I should add we overlook and are overlooked by at least 4 properties and cannot avoid seeing what goes on unfortunately!

Love to hear any more experiences,

Thanks!



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Posted 17 March 2014 - 02:05 PM

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OMG - GG, this is absolutely perverse and appalling!  

 

Have you reported the kids to Social Services - I would be seriously concerned about their welfare and having less than half a chance of a normal development?

 

Loud sexual behaviour and cannabis dealings need to be brought to the attention of the authorities surely.

 

Any verbal abuse directed your way needs to be recorded for evidence as it seems it can be heard on your property.

 

I cannot say too much about what mine do as I do not want them to recognise me on here but 24/7 stalking of me, my visitors, my actions, etc. is at the top of the agenda including taking videos and pictures; however, I have taken steps to make this less easy for them to implement; damaging my fence is another biggie but I hope to take action on that at some point but need CCTV cameras installed.

 

I have been living here long enough though to watch Mr and Mrs Psychopath drag up 2 offspring, Miss Psychopath and Mr Psychopath Jr from a very young age to the monsters they are today and presently living as a family of 4 fully fledged PSYCHOPATHS; their only contribution to society has been to live off benefits and create havoc - if I were their parents, and seeing how they've turned out, I'd want to go kill myself but I guess they feel proud to have raised carbon copies of themselves!


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Posted 18 March 2014 - 09:56 AM

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Hi Angee, thanks for your reply!

 

Luckily the 'drug barons' were raided by the police and kicked out as they nearly burnt their house down and the whole row with it!! Sadly another FFH moved in (it is a council property) and the son has a liking for scaring ladies walking their dogs by 'pleasuring himself'in his car!!:0 Think the house is cursed! The NFH are still next door, kids still swearing and throwing glass - we have had to have venetian blinds fitted and have them closed all the time:( We have also swapped rooms with my daughters so they cannot see any 'behaviour' going on. I should say these are the grandkids of the NFH, but she is 'Nanny at home' as she like to call herself and there are TWELVE of them!!:( Would prefer to leave my kids alone if she was the only option! 

 

As to all the language and the kids misbehaving, the NFH and their LFH (landlord from hell) don't seem to think it is their fault or problem, and it is WE who are the problem. Have posted about them before - accusations we have sent anonymous letters etc, none of which is true. Just have to try to get on with it as best as w can for now - have to involve the council next!

 

You sound as if you have bad problems of your own - funny how they can have kids with such apparent ease isn't it?! And they never see THEIR behaviour as the problem - it's US who are wrong!!!

 

Ahh, being so ignorant must be so liberating!!!!! ;) xxx


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Posted 18 March 2014 - 05:38 PM

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Hi GG - yes, sometimes ignorance truly is bliss! 

 

It is truly astonishing how some people raise [or not] their children; it is hardly any wonder that society is in such a state of disrepair.

 

I have got awful NsFH but I am managing them and they generally don't get to me unless I am going through a patch of poor health or facing other life issues which can make me feel a bit irritable at their very existence! Completely irrational I know but it's only proof I am human after all ...  :o

 

Yours clearly sound so vulgar and it is rather worrying that one family is breeding about 12 future families that will become one day somebody's NFH.

 

It's always the innocent victims that are in the wrong because they [NFH and LFH] lack insight into their own selves; if they saw their own reflection in a pond, like Narcissus and true Narcissists at that, they are likely to drown in their attempts to lean over, kiss and embrace their own image; in other words, they are capable of loving only themselves  :rolleyes: and everyone else exists just to provide them with their narcissistic supplies.

 

Look after yourself and try not to let the morons get you down.

 

Angee x


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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:32 AM

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Hi Angee,

 

Thanks for that reply - made me feel like I am not on my own, which sometimes I am sure we do!! Can empathise with you on the health issues - I have anxiety and depression and when people are throwing slurs and missiles at you, you tend to feel worse!:(  My NFH are a nightmare and so are yours, but reading some other posts on here there are worse!:0 Have to be thankful for small mercies I guess!

 

It is almost impossible to reason with a narcissist - they are always right and everyone else is wrong - you have hit the nail on the head! No matter what they do, from the petty to the unbelievable - they are the victim:(

 

I hope you can continue to manage to live next to your NFH in reasonable peace - you have a great positive mental attitude, that counts for a lot!:)

 

Always great to hear from you and read your posts,

 

Take care and be good to yourself:)

 

Claire xxxx


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Posted 19 March 2014 - 04:04 PM

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I used to say that one of the flats in our block is cursed because everyone who lives there is a nightmare.

Current NFH (not too bad) left a dog on it's own for days barking, drink driving offences, including one I had to go to court for as a witness (long story), loud music but luckily not currently an issue.

All this pales into insignificance compare to the previous tenant who we used to call 'the devil's sister'

She was a gypsy, so alot of her bizarre behaviour involved 'cursing' us but really the only curse we had was her!

Unfortunately some of her curses involved lifting up her skirt with no knickers on, which was particularly attractive as she was a good 30 stone, if not more!

She had no regard for the law at all and very little of it was funny but I did used to laugh at her driving habits.

She used to get into her car with a cup of tea and a fag in one hand, chatting on a mobile phone with the other hand and no seat belt and just drive off!

No need for any hands on the steering wheel then! x


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Posted 22 March 2014 - 12:12 AM

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In the world of the NFH their behaviour is the norm. They don't know any different or anyone who behaves differently except for the odd 'weird' neighbor ;)It's easy for the council and the police to regard it as the norm (it probably is with the sort of people that they deal with) as if it's normal, they won't have to do anything about it. Social services only get involved in the really, really, really bad cases or their case load would be too big to handle. My NFH shouted at me to lighten up, after a day of drinking and abusing me. I certainly don't appreciate being told what to do by someone with £0 (found that out from solicitor) living with parents in her 40s, all her kids in care, chain smokes and chain drinks, criminal record, no qualifications, limited vocab, no morals or manners, no friends (not that she needs any, 'cos she's the ring leader of a tribe of NFH), wears the same clothes every day and (seeing her shaking, I reckon she was going through drug withdrawal). The only thing that she's achieved in her life is being a nasty nuisance. I'm glad that my CCTV films my undies on the line- I don't hang out my best clothes - I worry they will spray something over them and I can video stuff being sprayed over the fence but not them standing in their garden holding the sprayer, so I wouldn't have proof of who was doing it. NFH have no respect for themselves or each other so they won't care about the impact that they have on others, unless they are playing the, 'let's have fun and torment the neighbour' game. It does wind me up that we go to work to pay tax in order to keep these people alive so that they can continue to harass.



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Posted 23 April 2014 - 03:22 PM

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Some of the things these NFH get up to are ridiculous!

 

Some of the classics from my NFH;

 

Smacks her kids around and then tells them 'it only hurts cos you love me so much'.

After the police told them not to climb over the back fence as it's tresspassing, they now lift the fence panel up and go under it...

Scratching '(f-word) you' into the car paintwork, did they think we wouldn't know it was them?

Knowing how thin the walls are but planning their attacks in loud voices.

 

Crazy psychos!



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Posted 23 April 2014 - 05:30 PM

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For any trespass problems I recommend a hedge of pyracantha. Get the right one and inch long razor sharp thorns normally solve the problem after one experience.
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Posted 24 April 2014 - 07:29 PM

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Prevent the fence panel from being lifted and see how long it is before they start tunneling!


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Posted 11 June 2014 - 11:57 AM

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We had a classic this week as I posted yesterday in my thread. Anyone seen anything like this?

 

Threw their own plastic barbecue cover over our fence, (maybe worth 50p) - then rang the police (sending them straight round to our house, master criminals that we are) pretending we'd stolen it.  I think the woman did it when we were out but luckily when I got back, I spotted it on the floor, assumed it had blown away, and put it back over the fence for them...  (At the time I assumed it had blown over but apparently they insisted it was Velcro'd on, when coppers spoke to them and thinking about it later I remembered seeing the woman scuttle out of the house and pick it up, moments after I threw it back over... either the police took half a day to come out or they rang AFTER they got it back. Had they glanced over the wall, they'd have seen it lying there in full view....)

 

Should add their barbecue is only a few days old, totally different size and shape to our ancient one, and if it was so precious to them - why was it not in the (empty because they have no possessions) outhouse, 1 metre away?

 

At xmas we had coppers knocking on the door asking us if we 'knew anything' about some non existant solar lights they claimed were stolen from their garden.

 

We reckon they will now step it up a level and actually come into our garden at night and plant something in one of our sheds or something. (Hence putting locks on everything in next few days).

 

I have no idea why the coppers even knock at our door for such low value items and why they assume it must be us because two nutters (and they look like nutters) claim it is so. And a quick check would pull up the fact we have no form whereas I suspect they both have a list of form as long as your arm...

 

I am wondering whether to contact the police to try and pre-empt this before it happens again, or pursue doing them for harrasment..?


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Posted 12 June 2014 - 08:33 PM

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You can put a CCTV camera to cover the fence to protect yourself from false allegations and to protect your garden from anything your neighbours might do. If you make a complaint about the police, they may not stay on your side. You could get the police to check the camera angle and tell the police why you've had to install it (record the conversation with the police). You haven't done anything wrong, the police can't therefore have any evidence that you have. If the neighbours continue like this, the police might get fed up of them.