So I've been living in an apartment for just under 2 years now and the neighbor behind us lives in a house that has a pretty nice backyard. I figure the guy is in his mid 30s to be able to afford the place because he seems young and takes advantage of his nice yard.
Thing is, he takes a little too much advantage of it. He has BBQs and pit fires all the time and all the smoke fills my apartment. I think he's rebuilt his deck 3 times because almost every sunny Saturday or Sunday the hammers start banging at about 8, I'm chronically hungover from it. It seems that almost every night I'm sitting there eating my half-assed tuna sandwich and he starts cedar plank grilling up some salmon, it's just not fair. He'll have parties and crank the music REALLY loud when it seems it's just him there by himself, seems like a fun guy.
I'm not really complaining because it is exactly what I would do in his situation, and I'm sure if I went to talk to him about it we would probably end up becoming friends. But I found out something about him last night: He's a Beaver fan.
After watching the Utah/OSU game and hearing his overly excited reactions I had a great idea. Come Civil War, IF we win, I'm going here and ordering 600 little buddies to lay out on the sidewalk in front of his house. I was thinking about hucking them in to his back yard but 600 rubber duckies staring you in the face when you open the front door might be a little more alarming. What do you think?