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Re: Diary > Tuesday 6th October
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 07 October 20 20:34 BST (UK) »
Viktoria, you have my utmost admiration, you can still make a joke about what must have been a horrid experience with your thoroughly nasty neighbour (TNN!) Well done to you and your son keeping your cool, don't be too harsh on your son about the Li.... o.. la.. comment!   ;D
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Re: Diary > Tuesday 6th October
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 07 October 20 20:49 BST (UK) »
Whoever he is he  should be thoroughly  ashamed of himself, would he like someone to treat his mother the same way as he treated you, I think your son was tying to make him be respectful to you an older person
Try not to let it worry you Viktoria

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Re: Diary > Tuesday 6th October
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 07 October 20 23:40 BST (UK) »
I can’t believe the man can be so awful when all your son is doing is helping you out and getting your shopping... he should be thoroughly ashamed of himself for behaving like that as LM says!
I admire you and your son for keeping your cool... the fact that you are making light of it too is a credit to you... I’d be tempted to have some outside security fitted to your house and showing surrounds so you are able to keep track...
People like him aren’t worth the air you breathe....
He should be had up for intimidation in my book!

Take care of yourself and I know it’s easy to say and much harder to do but try not to let it get you down to much...

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Re: Diary > Tuesday 6th October
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 08 October 20 08:06 BST (UK) »
The thing is he is easy to suss out.
On top note immediately ,doesn’t pause for breath and is so loud no one else can be heard,so says all he wants,including false accusations without interrruptions or stopping for breath.
But it really was funny when his meek little wife said to him“ Don’t lower yourself “.I burst out laughing .
His tactics are to not give anyone else space to speak.
So he thinks he has won,had all his say.
We had not got a word in !
 ;D ;D ;D
Son said he had it all on his webcam .I have  not seen it but my daughter in law said it is there and you can see how small a space my son was over the sloping kerbstone,not the actual dropped kerb.
Neighbour at next but one has it on his CCTV , three minutes was all the time my son was here ,including getting shopping out and bringing it here,back to the car and off.
Anyway ,I must be having serious memory lapses as during lockdown I was forever at the Town Hall complaining about him to  the Council. ::)


Thanks everyone ,he will never change as he has learnt he can do this sort of thing and get away with it.
Next time I shall
just stare him out and  smile  inanely .
That will rattle him.
Ooooh I am evil when I want to be .
Viktoria.

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Re: Diary > Tuesday 6th October
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 08 October 20 08:45 BST (UK) »
He is a bully, no other words to describe him, I like your tactics  of  ignoring him in future


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Re: Diary > Tuesday 6th October
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 08 October 20 14:19 BST (UK) »
Thanks everyone,I can see the funny side of part of it .

Well at Rochdale Hospital this morning.
Good job I phoned because no appt even though the Specialist said I must be seen again,not discharged.
Anyway all in action now, laser treatment in a week or two both eyes as pressure not down enough.
New drops ,it will get sorted.

Actually went into local Tesco,how is that for brave !
So nice to see the staff,they are very friendly and mostly local people.
Booked hair appt Saturday.
Probably just a shaping, it was layered last time ,so not really thick for a straight style.
Institution and let out from springs  to mind.
Dare I try a home perm?
Got lots of biggish rollers ,but even some body would be good.
I mean if I am going to “wither” my neighbour I need to look my best.

I have been so careful,staying in etc.but if we are in for another long haul I felt I needed a bit of relief.
I tell you something ,I went in a mask, but had to change it for a hospital,one.I thought the ones I had,were “ stuffy” but the Hospital ones  were pretty suffocating ,I wore one for three hours, how the staff manage all day!

Hope everyone is alright, those with health issues and sadness are thought about .
Even that stupid unpleasant incident with the gorilla next door but two got support.
Cheerio, now just the big decision re evening meal.
I am lucky, got a choice ( as my mother would say two jumps at the cupboard doo and a bite of the knob ,or two?)
Viktoria.