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My new neighbourhood


So me and the misses are moving into our new home this august, we already got the keys so we can "paint our !@#$ house!".

I've scoped out the neighbourhood but can't see anything out of the ordinary yet. I haven't met all the neighbours yet, but all of them takes care of their lawn but I don't know how many of them there is?

Funny thing is, it's a dead end street with a turn circle at the end, just like mayfield place, which is kind funny. More houses on my street and I guess my house is placed between what would be klopeks and walters house.

I will keep an eye on my neighbourhood but maybe hold back on vaulting over the fenches untill I find something out of the ordinary.

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Yes it's best not to jump right into the spying and basement digging right yet. Sounds like a cool neighborhood. I've always want to live on a cul-de-sac. There's only one way out. Naked ladies.

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I haven't met all the neighbours yet, but all of them takes care of their lawn but I don't know how many of them there is?




There's three of them. And they only come out at night. They might be digging for nightcrawlers. As long as no dog is taking a dump on your lawn while you do your usual "Raising the Danish national flag in the morning" - routine, everything should be OK.



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I'm moving too, in October. Haven't met or seen any of the neighbours yet. One of us is bound to have some weird neighbours! I'll be doing stakeouts behind the garbage cans every chance I get in the early days!

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I do...I moved here 4 years ago (it's a cu-Del-sack), and just 1 year ago ...some strange neighbors moved in next door.

Former drug addict and much more, spooky stuff. They do come out at night...

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We got done painting our !@#$ house and I just started packing and have already moved some of my stuff. Met the neighbours on both sides of my property line.

On one side we have old man Erik. He's this old dude in his 80's that spends a lot of his time in the garden. He might have the best garden on the block. Probably because he's got no dog to crap in his yard. I also often see him sitting in a lawn chair in the shade just watching the neighbourhood.

On the other side we have the Friis family. They seem normal and welcomy, and the wife is pretty hot,... no tanlines The husband has a huge grill in the backyard. Have to give it a closer inspection. Does the thermostat go to 5000 degrees?

I'm looking forward to moving and get settled in. A street with a cul-de-sac, this is going to be great.



added this from the other thread for consistency.

Anyways, it's august 1st and we're moving in. Can't wait till were done unpacking and hope I don't choke on the packing dust.

A noticed a foul stence on my new street yesterday... kinda like death. Then I was reminded that there's a biofuel heating company not far from from here and sometimes when the wind change direction we get a funky smell.

Maybe I should buy some of those pinetrees people hang in their cars??


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We got done painting our !@#$ house and I just started packing and have already moved some of my stuff. Met the neighbours on both sides of my property line.

On one side we have old man Erik. He's this old dude in his 80's that spends a lot of his time in the garden. He might have the best garden on the block. Probably because he's got no dog to crap in his yard. I also often see him sitting in a lawn chair in the shade just watching the neighbourhood.

On the other side we have the Friis family. They seem normal and welcomy, and the wife is pretty hot,... no tanlines The husband has a huge grill in the backyard. Have to give it a closer inspection. Does the thermostat go to 5000 degrees?

I'm looking forward to moving and get settled in. A street with a cul-de-sac, this is going to be great.



added this from the other thread for consistency.

Anyways, it's august 1st and we're moving in. Can't wait till were done unpacking and hope I don't choke on the packing dust.

A noticed a foul stence on my new street yesterday... kinda like death. Then I was reminded that there's a biofuel heating company not far from from here and sometimes when the wind change direction we get a funky smell.

Maybe I should buy some of those pinetrees people hang in their cars??



Are you sure the smell is coming from the biofuel heating company? It would make a great cover story for someone who's burning bodies in their furnace...There isn't anyone called Klopek or Skip on your block, is there?



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Yeah, I'm still pretty sceptic about that.

Anyways, we're done unpacking and only have minor things to take care of. Last night when I took my trashcan to the curb I surveyed the street for suspicious activity... nothing out of the ordinary. Everything was quiet.. maybe too quiet?

I took a quick walk around the block and I think I spotted my streets "Klopeks House". On the corner entering my cul-de-sac is this old weathered house. Not it that bad shape but it sure could use some TLC. It's occupied by residents but I don't know how many of them there are? I wish they would do something about their lawn. It's all yellow and brown and full of scrubs. Next to their mailbox is a huge pile of rubble? What's up with that?

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Yeah, I'm still pretty sceptic about that.

Anyways, we're done unpacking and only have minor things to take care of. Last night when I took my trashcan to the curb I surveyed the street for suspicious activity... nothing out of the ordinary. Everything was quiet.. maybe too quiet?

I took a quick walk around the block and I think I spotted my streets "Klopeks House". On the corner entering my cul-de-sac is this old weathered house. Not it that bad shape but it sure could use some TLC. It's occupied by residents but I don't know how many of them there are? I wish they would do something about their lawn. It's all yellow and brown and full of scrubs. Next to their mailbox is a huge pile of rubble? What's up with that?



You surely already rang their doorbell and ran. Which name was written on the doorbell? Does it sound Slavic?

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DavePeterson wrote:

Yeah, I'm still pretty sceptic about that.

Anyways, we're done unpacking and only have minor things to take care of. Last night when I took my trashcan to the curb I surveyed the street for suspicious activity... nothing out of the ordinary. Everything was quiet.. maybe too quiet?

I took a quick walk around the block and I think I spotted my streets "Klopeks House". On the corner entering my cul-de-sac is this old weathered house. Not it that bad shape but it sure could use some TLC. It's occupied by residents but I don't know how many of them there are? I wish they would do something about their lawn. It's all yellow and brown and full of scrubs. Next to their mailbox is a huge pile of rubble? What's up with that?



That sounds like a pretty suspicious house...But I just reliased something...On your street, YOU are now the new people. So there could be people in your street right now who think you're like the Klopeks...

You could go and introduce yourself right now to everyone to ease their suspicions, or you could fuel their suspicions by keeping a low profile, digging at night in the yard, and banging the hell out of your garbage with a stick...



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