By nicetomeetyou2 - 25/09/2013 16:35 - Canada - Nepean

Today, a drunk man walked into my house at 2pm, screaming out, "Honey, I'm home!" He had the wrong house, but it looks like I've finally met my new neighbour. FML
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Perhaps you should think about locking your door. And getting an alarm. And a dog. A big dog like a German shepherd, not a little dog like a chihuahua. No one likes those yappy little *****.

At least he had the decency to call you honey ;)


At least he had the decency to call you honey ;)

TheCaramelKing 11

Calling someone honey doesn't make one forget about a drunk man walking into their house at 2 o'clock.

He does sound like a real gentlemen. OP should give him a chance!

You leave your house unlocked?

Why, yes, #67, that's how all the fun happens! I don't see you gaining any enviable FML fame, what with your door locking ways!

Well I live in the middle of nowhere, so I leave mine unlocked. But I also have an extensive gun collection....

aliyourpally 12

Drinking early?

AnOriginalName 19

Or still drunk from the night previous. OP's neighbour likes to party hard.

taylorafterdark 16

You should have played along ;)

Little4Bear 10

No, that would've been super creepy. Who knows what OP's neighbor does with his "honey".

Perhaps you should think about locking your door. And getting an alarm. And a dog. A big dog like a German shepherd, not a little dog like a chihuahua. No one likes those yappy little *****.

CallMeMcFeelii 13

She lives in Canada. No one locks their door in Canada!

TheCaramelKing 11

They're nice, not idiots.

Trevor in GTA V broke that stereotype.

josh7279 7

Nobody likes the ankle biters.

harmtouch16 11

I have a 7 lb little chi/Maltese mix that I adore, but my husband calls her a "large sewer rat" lol. However, she's great at notifying us of intruders!

I'm from Canada, and my parents are OBSESSED with locking our door, and we live on a mountain. But I do know people who leave their doors unlocked in more residential areas, because 'If it's locked, they'll break in anyway, at least we won't have broken windows!' Canadian logic.

Strangely enough, my door alarm IS a giant German Shepherd with yappy little chihuahuas in its mouth so when it barks it shoots chihuahuas at you! How did you know??

sodapop3 5

comment win

10- I live in Canada... And i lock doors... *random meep sound*

tounces7 27

Except pretty much everyone who read this thread probably immediately guessed that the OP was in Canada.

Jelbeztok 17

2pm's a little early to be drunk isnt it?

jw90 18

It's never to early.

every time is partytime!

That's like me at my best friends house

Nothing says "I'm cool" more than comparing yourself to a slobbering drunk idiot who doesn't recognise his own house.

Ari1337 15

except making meth. nothing is cooler than making meth.

Yep, for about 20 years my uncle was the coolest man in Louisville.

challan 19

I hope you had him sign over his paycheck and make you a sandwich before sending him to the right house.

Metal_Avenger 9

If he can't find the right house i wouldn't trust him making me a sandwich

Drunk sandwiches are the best sandwiches!

Well at least he is friendly.

You should have asked if he wanted dinner.

I would still suggest locking your doors. While Canada might seem safe, the American in me is saying "more locks, big dogs, get guns, bars on your windows!!!!

Most Canadians don't lock their door when they're home because, for the most part, we welcome visitors. Doors get locked at night and when no one is home.

If my neighbor walked into my house drunk, then I'd still lock it to be safe. Also, I am so antisocial, I pretend not to be home when my family forces themselves over for a visit.

I live in Canada and my door is locked 24/7, even if I'm home.

TheDrifter 23

That's weird. But I'm from a small town, if someone stumbles in drunk we just have a beer, chat a minute and you point them in the right direction. My inner Canuck says "say hello, introduce yourself and send him on his way"

I'm Canadian, and most people I know do not lock their doors during the day if they're home unless they live in a bad area. In a small town you could probably walk into any house you wanted to at 2pm. Edit: Also, I don't think I've EVER seen a non-commercial building in Canada that has bars on the windows.

Canada must be absolutely wonderful for Jehova's witnesses and door-to-door salesmen.

Me too. I think my parents are crazy because they have a security system but never lock their door and when I come visit I have to not lock it out of habit or they flip out. It's not being paranoid, it's being smart!