Sasha Grey?While browsing Netflix, I spot a thumbnail with an actress that looks rather familiar. I click into the film to see the name of the actress. It also sounds familiar, but I can't remember where I recognize it from. I google the name.
"... is an actress and former porn star..."
Ah, that explains it.
A brother? A cousin? A fortuitously-named stranger?
The Hatfield and McCoys joke was a real throwaway line. And then someone "liked" my post and "thanked" me.I love these posts but don't know whether to file them under "fuddy" or "duddy".
We live next door to a couple of guys who have a dog that barks constantly once they leave for work. But what are they supposed to do? They can't leave the dog out all day. Boarding it would be stupid. So it barks. Stuff happens. Yeah, it can be annoying, but we put up with it because that's what neighbors do. Put yourself in their shoes, see it from their side. If there's a reasonable solution be an adult and fix it. If there's not a reasonable solution you can ignore it, move, or escalate it with the law and potentially cause a feud.
Pick the Hatfields. Those McCoys are jerks.
You got really lucky, too. Had you suggested backing the McCoys instead you'd have actually been starting a feud with your neighbor.Oh you guys are going to LOVE this one. When comedy goes from giggle to guffaw accidentally.
When we moved into this house, we were invited to join a neighborhood website called Nextdoor. At first I thought it was cool, but then realized that the only people who really use it are complaining about the absolute dumbest shit. "A strange car in the neighborhood - are they casing houses?!?" or "Damn kids and their fireworks at all hours!" Old people shit like that.
The big one going on right now is "Dogs Barking- Please please PLEASE. Don’t leave your dogs out barking. This happens all the time at all hours of the day. Thank you!"
After about THREE FUCKING DAYS AND 50+ POSTS I put this:
The Hatfield and McCoys joke was a real throwaway line. And then someone "liked" my post and "thanked" me.
His name is Todd Hatfield.
I'm still laughing.