Let Your Annoying Neighbors Know How You Feel With This Simple Complaint Form

We're not all blessed with perfect neighbours. In fact, we're not always perfect neighbours ourselves. We're all capable of being disruptive and annoying, so when that happens we need to call each other out on it. That situation can be pretty awkward, so we thought we'd make it a little easier on you. Here's a complaint form you can fill out in just a minute to let your annoying neighbour know they're a problem.

Just download the PDF below, fill it out and slip it under their door. You can check off the relevant problems and leave it at that, or you can fill in the blanks to offer more detail. While ideally you could have a conversation with the problematic neighbour and try to work something out, if you feel the need to be anonymous and let them know how you feel in a polite but direct manner, this form will help you do that.

Annoying neighbour Complaint Form (PDF) [Lifehacker]


    The use of the word "NeighbOr" suggests this is a US article. I would modify the PDF before dropping it at my

    Stand by for a face full of fist, coming your way soon after leaving this drivel for the thug next door!

    How to alienate your neighbours 101.
    Passive aggression at it's best.

      ....and be prepared to find a similar note wrapped around a housebrick tossed through your window.

    Although overly simplistic, and obviously just something to contemplate for a laugh, the spelling of "Neighbor" just removes any interest at all for Australians - pretty much useless.

    Honestly, why are you all being pedantic about a one letter omission. Yes, its origin is in America, but we didn't come here for spelling lessons. On topic please.

      Because if people don't point out the cultural imperialism involved, we will soon succumb and we might as well become another US state.

      (IOW, if LH wants to pretend they've got a proper Australian feed, we shouldn't have to put up with this rubbish.)

    this is the whitest idea I've seen in a while

      If there was an award for comment of the month, you would have my vote, well done, Sir.


    Maybe we need a similar form for Lifehacker. = P

    But seriously if you really do want to use it, I'm sure it's not that hard to edit or recreate with the actual Australian spelling, if you're that pedantic, and if you think your neighbour has the intelligence to actually notice.

    I don't have that problem.

    Slip it under the door? Retarded advice.

    Ever thought of actually talking to your neighbours maybe?
    I had rubbish bogan tenants in the property next door (in a typically quiet neighbourhood is 1000% worse than what it should be), so we did the smart thing, looked up the property owners on TheList, got in touch with them, 60 days later they're gone.

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