Do you like your neighbor? Hell…not all of us can have an awesome neighbor like the guy that was a viral hit a few months back –Charles Ramsey -- the Cleveland man who helped rescue three women missing for nearly a decade…the dude whose interview led to this great song:
I bring this up because according to a new survey, 60% of people say they don't get along with at least one of their neighbors. 30% have problems with at least two of them. Here's a list of the top 10 reasons WHY people have beef with their neighbors . . .
1. They block your driveway.
2. They park in your spot.
3. Their dog barks all day.
4. Their garden or lawn is a mess.
5. You can hear them swearing outside.
6. They're always fighting.
7. They have too many late night parties.
8. Their pets do their business on your lawn.
9. Their children are always screaming outside.
10. You can't be bothered to get to know them.
On Friday night, a New Hampshire state trooper pulled over a 28-year-old woman doing 82 miles-an-hour in a 65. She told him she was rushing to see her dying father in the hospital, so he let her go. But when he checked her info later, he found her father actually died in 2008. On Sunday, he tracked her down, and she's facing charges for driving with suspended registration and speeding.
Based on this…it doesn’t have to be for a speeding ticket…when have you made up a ridiculous lie to get out of something? Here are the texts we got:
Told my wife for years I've had Strange cold to cover up coke habit
Blamed hickies on a panda
I for out of a ticket telling then I had to poop
I faked a heart attack to get out of service meeting
Told my wife I was allergic to latex
I once told a nasty broad that I was having a herpes flare up cause she wouldn't take the hint that I didn't want to bone
I used to fake having cramps every time my teacher wanted me to run the mile my senior year. It always works!
Today's video blog features Walking Papers performing yesterday morning. They played "Leave Me In The Dark" -- featured on their amazing debut CD which is in stores now! Walking Papers features Jeff Angell & Benjamin Anderson (Missionary Position), Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees), and Duff McKagan (Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver, Loaded).