What will you do if someone keeps on playing songs that you really hate?

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  1. cheerfulnuts profile image61
    cheerfulnutsposted 7 years ago

    What will you do if someone keeps on playing songs that you really hate?

    My neighbors' housekeepers would always play sentimental songs and would sing their hearts out early in the morning. It makes me want to hide under my pillow.

  2. Astra Nomik profile image51
    Astra Nomikposted 7 years ago

    Switch of the electricity supply briefly and explain they are doing your head in, and take away their batteries. LOL. Or check and see are you showing a lateral low toleration of music due to an underlying issue? Sometimes the least little thing can bug me if I am feeling tired which in turn makes me feel cranky...it can happen, but I try to see myself doing it so I can stop myself repeating it.

  3. FloraBreenRobison profile image62
    FloraBreenRobisonposted 7 years ago

    They obviously go to bed early.  You could be vindictive and wait until, say, 11pm, then play really loud music that you enjoy. That of course will annoy other neighbours and would  be childish.  Or you could go over to their house and knock on the door.  Proclaim: oh, I love to sing/play guitar and proceed to do so only your own music.  when they protest and say you weren't invited you say "oh! I thought the fact that you were waking me up early in the morning meant that everyone was invited like all-night parties."

    Of course, during the working hours of the day, there is nothing you can do about it.  But in my building you can't play/sing music, do laundry, vaccuum etc. between 10pm and 9am.  Most people folow this rule, but some renters recently had an all night party that lasted until 6am as a moving party.  Not thrilling, especially for the several seniors that live in my building

  4. ChristinS profile image52
    ChristinSposted 7 years ago

    put headphones in and listen to your own music - or maybe try telling them politely that the music is loud and it disturbs you.  Perhaps they don't realize how loud it is.

  5. Leanna McCarthy profile image62
    Leanna McCarthyposted 7 years ago

    I would tell them politely several times to turn it down. When they don’t listen, go to your room and crank up some music you really like. (crazy dancing/ rock out is optional lol!)

  6. sangre profile image96
    sangreposted 7 years ago

    I would say complain. Or you could just do what she does and play some heavy metal, then see how she feels.

  7. profile image0
    dixie28714posted 7 years ago

    turn your music on and make it louder than theirs, start singing as bad as you can & maybe they will take the hint. LOL

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