By cyn1cal99 - 19/07/2013 02:27 - United States - Derby
cyn1cal99 tells us more.
Hey Guys. A lot of you have been asking why I mowed this neighbors lawn. Well, for one the person living there is an older person and while they probably could do it themselves, I don't think they should have to. My other reason for it, is that I mow the houses on the right, and left of it for pay. I find it more convenient to just mow all three of them across at once.
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15 Haha I was just thinking the same thing. Next time OP can mow a "penis" into his neighbors lawn or maybe even "you're welcome" works too. Then we'll see if the prick ever comes out to say that you missed a spot again. What an ungrateful dick you have for a neighbor. Definitely FYL OP.
Why have you been mowing his lawn for all this time without him asking? Did you just offer or did you just decide to spontaneously mow his lawn after you were done with yours?
Since lawn in on someone's property, it seems strange to me that the OP wouldn't have at least asked the neighbor if he/she could do it. As generous as it might be, wouldn't that still be trespassing? I mean, I wouldn't want some random neighbor taking it upon themselves to mow my lawn without my permission.
My neighbor used to mow our lawn without asking. It pissed me off because a) I enjoy mowing the lawn b) he would set his lawnmower to the lowest setting and leave bald spots all over c) we had to look at his nasty ass w/o a shirt on d) he would destroy anything in our yard not picked up. Not saying OP is a bad mower, but not everyone is down with not being asked. This went on for an entire year before my husband & I mustered up the courage (and tact) to get him to stop. My lawn still has bald spots.
I get generosity and all, but why would you do such a nice thing for such a terrible person? o-o