A Few Ways To Invite The New Neighbors To Your House For Dinner

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Have you ever moved into a new neighborhood where you didn’t know anyone? Have you ever moved into a new neighborhood where you didn’t know where anything was? How would you ever adjust? What could you possibly do to acclimate to your surroundings?

Well, there are some do’s and don’t’s to follow to ensure a successful acclimation to any new neighborhood. And, lucky for you, I’m here to assist you in that;

1. Play Extremely Loud Music At A Very Late Hour: Trust me, the harder the bass, the BETTER your relationship will be with your neighbors. It’s scientific, and it’s a hidden gem that people otherwise may not notice.

And not only that, you will be able to gauge their musical interests as well. You can see if they enjoy genres such as country, rap, rock, or even heavy metal! The best reaction that you could possibly receive from your neighbors is them pounding on your door screaming cuss words at you. I mean, they are so excited at the song you’re playing, that it’s making them use words that they don’t normally use out in public.

2. Mow Your Lawn At Inappropriate Hours Of The Day; Ok, I get it, we all get busy from time to time. It’s life, and it’s something that we all need to work through. But trust me, mowing your lawn at 7:21pm when EVERYONE is having dinner is the PERFECT time.

Think about it like this; as a man, you WANT people to see the tools that you use on your yard. People WANT to see the heavy machinery that you are using on your lawn; because it shows that you are packing some major HEAT. And when’s the best time to do that? Well my friends, that would be dinner time!

Because if someone’s at work, they can’t see that really powerful lawn mower that you are using. So mowing your lawn earlier would just be a lose-lose situation for everyone involved. But when you mow alot later, then you’re allowing your neighbors to catch a glimpse of the raw power that is coming from your mower. And not only that, you’re basically putting on a show for them that they can enjoy while they eat their meatloaf and potatoes.

 

Do you have any other ideas for making friends with your neighbors? Let me know in the comments section below, or on my Twitter at @KShermanSports 

DISCLAIMER: This article was written in a comedic form, and should be used as a means to make people laugh. Please be advised that we DO NOT condone these actions, and are NOT RESPONSIBLE for any consequences that may arise if these actions are performed. YOU’VE BEEN WARNED, this was a joke!

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