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New neighbours have moved in next door and I hate them. They talk loudly the whole day, at 8 am in the morning when I am sleeping their daughter (a teenager) shouts loudly and wakes me up or they are doing DIY, like loudly hammering. Right now its nearly 10 and I could hear the daughters Tv through the wall. I honestly hate being in my room because of them.

I war earphones to block the noise when I am working but I can't wear head phones all day in my own house. They even start shouting in the middle of the night sometimes.

My parents won't let me do anything about it, like write a letter, because they think it will cause arguments.
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There are soundproofing measures that can potentially be taken. Ask your parents to look into this.
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(Original post by smallville4eva)
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I thought you had the other angle sufficiently covered.
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by smallville4eva)
take a dump through their letterbox

trust me that will really get on their tits
Thanks but they don't actually have a letter box outside, its the one trough their door
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There are soundproofing measures that can potentially be taken. Ask your parents to look into this.
Thanks but only my mum works so we can't afford it, but I am trying to look for cheaper options
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Thanks but only my mum works so we can't afford it, but I am trying to look for cheaper options
The cheap option is here: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/ho...our-neighbour/
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Anonymous #1
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Thanks, but the council will just say that they are allowed to shout during the day, but they just talk really loudly and watch TV loudly
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Have ou considered, i dont know, asking them to mind their noise instead of just venting to strangers and "hating" them?
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Have ou considered, i dont know, asking them to mind their noise instead of just venting to strangers and "hating" them?
thanks for replying, I have, like I said I wanted to send them a letter, but my parents won't let me, they think it will just cause arguments
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Anonymous #2
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When you're 18 you'll move out and won't have to deal with it anymore. You can move out early at 16, I don’t know how old you are though but if you are 16 or over you can move out early
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When you're 18 you'll move out and won't have to deal with it anymore. You can move out early at 16, I don’t know how old you are though but if you are 16 or over you can move out early
Hey, I'm 23 and am looking to move out but can't afford it right now. The money I have saved up is no way near enough and I want to put towards my masters so I can hopefully get a proper job and move out.
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New neighbours have moved in next door and I hate them. They talk loudly the whole day, at 8 am in the morning when I am sleeping their daughter (a teenager) shouts loudly and wakes me up or they are doing DIY, like loudly hammering. Right now its nearly 10 and I could hear the daughters Tv through the wall. I honestly hate being in my room because of them.

I war earphones to block the noise when I am working but I can't wear head phones all day in my own house. They even start shouting in the middle of the night sometimes.

My parents won't let me do anything about it, like write a letter, because they think it will cause arguments.
last night my neighbours were screaming and shouting and laughing loudly till 12:30 at night. When I as trying to sleep at 1 the daughter like shouted something and I shouted 'Yo its 1' (but cringe ik but I was so tired) then she shouted something again and I said its 1 and i will call the police. She shut up for a bit then shouted something to her sister like 'I can still hear you'. She was also banging something on a shelf or something.

This morning exactly at 7:02 she shouted something loudly then again and started laughing. She then shouted muuuuuuuuuum loudly and started like running around the room. Obviously on purpose.

She is a teenager. Also when they first moved in a few weeks ago, they were doing DIY till late, now this. The *******s won't let us sleep.

Should I do the same back or write a letter to them telling them to STFU in a nice way?
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you could try reporting them or calling the police?
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