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What can I say/do about my Polish neighbours in the UK?



Lyzko 15 | 3,277    
13 Apr 2017  #31

Once more, Joker, the Poles don't have a monopoly on playing loud music etc.
A tough call, but if ringing them doesn't work, knocking on the door of their flat doesn't either, then the note inside the lift idea might do the trick:-)


Joker - | 325    
13 Apr 2017  #32

Once more, Joker, the Poles don't have a monopoly on playing loud music etc.

More like drunk driving is their forte.
Our dear Polish neighbor kid was drunk driving 135 mph on a residential street, he hit a van full of children and killed 4 people and himself.

This just happened a few weeks ago. So don't lecture me about immigrants in my country!

r, then the note inside the lift idea might do the trick:-)

Or a nice baseball bat will do the trick:)
Lyzko 15 | 3,277    
13 Apr 2017  #33

Xenophobic prattle harms all of us, Joker! Had you, say, moved to Turkey for instance, and continued practicing your "heathen" British ways, such as walking about in casual wear into a mosque, allowing your wife/girlfriend to walk onto a holy site uncovered, joking about the scowling omnipresent visage of Ataturk all of the place (which remains forbidden under penalty of fine or incarceration), don't you honestly think your overwhelmingly Turkish neighbors might strenuously object and be quite vocal about it??!
spiritus 63 | 575    
13 Apr 2017  #34

Our dear Polish neighbor kid was drunk driving 135 mph on a residential street, he hit a van full of children and killed 4 people and himself

Link to the article from the press please
TheOther 5 | 3,031    
14 Apr 2017  #35

arlingtoncardinal.com/2017/04/des-plaines-police-piotr-rogs-mercedes-was-speeding-at-135-mph-at-northwest-highway-crash/
spiritus 63 | 575    
15 Apr 2017  #36

Thank you. It really should be a rule of the forum that claims are always backed up by a relevant source.

In my opinion, anyone driving over the speed limit, especially at such a speed is a d*ck. 135 mph is insane !

However, unless someone can show that a disproportionate number of Poles in the US are speed demons then I'm not sure what point Joker was making.
OP ryouga 4 | 59    
4 May 2017  #37

An update, decided to let it slide even though of course it flared up at Easter weekend, then clamed down, but past week again has gone to extreme noise, I can hear the children in every room in the flat, and the parents loud voices on top, its not thin walls so they must just be making huge amounts of noise.

I have recovered a little bit from my health issues (the medication made me feel drunk all the time so the noise didn't help) and the nice weather has relaxed me a little so will go up tomorrow, im thinking now I said that its the nice weather that is making the kids noisy, and it sounds like the parents are having friends round due to nice weather bringing their own kids.

I still think its very rude as they can't be ignorant enough to not realise if the noise is high in their flat then people below will get it too.

I have started making random noises back at them though as that annoyed it must be having an effect as each time I do I hear male adult voice sounding irritated.
jon357 63 | 12,072    
4 May 2017  #38

I have started making random noises back at them

Blow up a paper bag and burst it on the floor (not a bit with carpets). They will hear that.
Marsupial - | 966    
5 May 2017  #39

I reckon get harder drugs so you can no longer hear them. There, fixed.
Polumski    
16 Jul 2017  #40

Sounds like the child is already showing signs of growing up to be a typical polish man. Big forehead and dumb as hell!! It's no surprise he's constant running into things and finding it funny. In Poland you see men head butting lamp posts - yep that's a regular Friday night for these muppets. You won't offend the parents who probably don't care.

The Polish are ignorant and thick so just knock on the door, smack the kid upside the head. If the wife is hot (the women normally are) grab her titty, and tell the polish man he is Kurwa. Job done.

Best luck. And remember, your sleep is more important.
NoToForeigners 6 | 823    
16 Jul 2017  #41

@Polumski
Go and do it lol. Have a nice time in a hospital wuss lol




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