BS

  • 295 views
Uploaded on

lol, it was funny and tragic at the same time when I felt compelled to write this letter looking at it again I had to laugh! …

lol, it was funny and tragic at the same time when I felt compelled to write this letter looking at it again I had to laugh!

If any of it is untrue then the parties envolved are welcome to sue me

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
295
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Dear  Fabio  and  Annalina,                                                                                  Firstly  Barbara  and  Myself  would  like  to  humbly  apologise  for  leaving  the  oven  on  it  was  my  fault  entirely  and  I  am  deeply  sorry  that  I  am  not  as  perfect  as  the  two  of  you  and  unlike  yourselves  I  do  sometimes  make  mistakes.    It  must  be  so  difficult  for  two  people  who  are  totally  perfect  in  every  facet  of  their  being  to  have  to  live  with  mere  mortal  types  like  ourselves.  As  people  we  have  defects  and  these  can  often  manifest  themselves  as  careless  mistakes.  I  am  grateful  to  you  for  pointing  this  mistake  out,  as  it  is  obviously  a  safety  issue.  We  are  saddened  however  that  you  feel  you  must  insist  on  writing  condescending,  arrogant  and  pretentious  notes  and  then  placing  them  on  the  fridge  and  thereby  putting  them  into  the  public  domain.  So  let  us  just  point  out  a  few  things  to  you,  which  are  sure  you  will  in  due  course  ignore,  make  excuses  for  or  just  scapegoat  someone  so  you  don’t  have  to  face  your  own  shortcomings.  So  what  is  the  point  in  highlighting  these  things?  I  hear  you  ask.  Well,  since  a  president  has  been  set  for  pointing  out  other  people’s  failings  and  then  placing  them  on  the  fridge  like  some  sort  of  self  appointed  town  clerk,  I  feel  it  is  my  constitutional  duty.       • On  many  occasions  we  have  found  the  front  door  open  with  the  catch   down  and  the  middle  door  open.  This  can  be  very  dangerous  as  people  can   get  into  the  house  and  steel  all  our  possessions.   • The  light  downstairs  is  frequently  left  on  despite  the  fact  we  have  no   switch  for  it  upstairs.   • Almost  ever  day  when  we  come  home  from  work  the  kitchen  surfaces  are   filthy  and  covered  in  breadcrumbs  or  chocolate  sprinkles  which  we  never   use.  This  is  only  if  the  surfaces  are  not  being  used  like  a  garage  or  a   workshop  presumably  because  the  basement,  the  shed  and  the  lounge   aren’t  enough  room  for  you  to  work.  Crumbs  in  the  kitchen  leads  to  mice   getting  in  and  we  all  know  how  severe  an  issue  this  is  in  the  house  (see   photos)  
  • 2.  
  • 3. • The  gangway  to  the  front  door  is  constantly  blocked  by  your  stuff  and  there   is  very  little  room  for  access,  which  can  be  difficult  if  someone  has  a  big  bag   or  something  to  get  out  or  in  the  front  door  and  if  they  come  in  late  this  can   be  very  disturbing  for  those  trying  to  sleep.  This  is  also  a  major  safety  issue   as  if  there  was  a  fire  in  the  house  then  we  all  be  tripping  over  your  things  to   escape.  • Your  possessions  occupy  the  majority  of  the  communal  space  yet  you  pay   the  minority  of  the  rent  in  the  house.  (See  diagram) Usage  of  Comunal  Space   Fabio  and   Annalina   Andy   Barbara   Claudio   Rent   Fabio     Annalina   Barbara   Andy   Claudio      
  • 4.     • You  make  conscious  decisions  on  issues  that  involve  the  whole  house   without  letting  us  know  anything  about  it.   • You  make  our  guests  feel  un-­‐welcome  and  they  are  seldom  allowed  any   space  to  eat  or  commune  pleasantly.     • On  several  occasions  guests  have  pointed  out  that  there  is  hair  on  the  table   in  the  lounge,  this  is  neither  Barbara’s  hair  nor  mine.  This  is  particularly   embarrassing  when  we  are  forced  to  feed  our  guest  in  the  lounge  due  to   fact  that  you  insist  on  setting  a  table  to  eat  a  substantial  time  before  you   actually  do  eat.   • You  decided  to  stop  paying  towards  the  communal  money  (without  telling   us).  This  lead  to  me  using  change  from  the  rent  to  buy  toilet  paper  and   kitchen  role,  I  have  one  receipt  that  accounts  for  £6.71(see  enclosed)  of  the   money  but  I  am  afraid  to  say  that  I  do  not  have  the  other.  I  do  not  feel  this   should  lead  to  accusations  of  theft  and  it  saddens  me  to  think  that  you   could  believe  that  someone  you  live  with  could  be  trying  to  short  change   you.  On  a  personal  level  I  do  feel  deeply  insulted  by  this  action.  This  is   especially  as  that  month  I  paid  the  rent;  I  paid  the  Council  Tax  and  I  Paid   the  electricity  all  of  which  befitted  you  in  some  way.  Then  I  come  home   find  you  are  accusing  me  of  theft  and  telling  me  they  don’t  feel  appreciated   and  don’t  want  to  contribute  on  a  communal  fund  which  we  all  agreed  on,   well  thanks  a  lot!   • When  we  did  communally  buy  toilet  paper  the  toilet  role  was  never   changed  and  for  a  long  time  I  believed  no  one  else  knew  how  to  change  a   toilet  roll.   • I  arranged  a  meeting  to  discuss  the  renewing  of  the  contract  and  other   communal  house  matters  that  we  all  agreed  should  take  place  on  Sunday   early  evening  as  we  agreed  it  was  the  best  time  for  everyone.  We  were  at   home  at  1630  and  were  available,  as  were  you  as  we  were  all  in  the   kitchen  so  you  had  ample  opportunity  to  discuss  any  issues  the  two  of  you   had  between  the  two  of  us  without  having  to  involve  other  people  in   matters  relating  to  the  four  of  us.     It  is  with  deep  regret  that  you  have  forced  us  into  having  to  write  this  letter  as  it  is  not  usually  the  level  of  communication  we  would  lower  ourselves  to.  When  you  share  a  house  with  other  people  it  is  important  that  people  can  compromise.  I  do  not  feel  that  you  understand  the  concept  of  this.  In  the  past  your  notion  of  coming  to  a  compromise  has  consisted  of  repeating  something  over  and  over  again  until  everybody  agrees  with  it.  This  is  not  how  compromise  works.     Most  grievances  and  minor  quibbles  which  inevitably  exist  when  more  than  one  body  occupy  a  space  are  left  unsaid  in  order  to  benefit  the  many  rather  than  the  few.  If  this  equilibrium  is  not  sustained  then  it  leads  to  anonymity  and  a  lack  of  understanding.    
  • 5. In  order  to  highlight  some  of  the  contemptible  behaviour  displayed  by  the  two  of  you  unfortunately  we  also  seem  to  have  been  forced  into  having  to  behave  in  the  same  way  so  you  appreciate  how  utterly  deplorable  these  things  can  get.  Judging  by  you  sarcastic,  patronising,  miss-­‐spelled,  badly  punctuated  and  downright  rude  messages  I  guess  you  might  see  the  point.  If  you  don’t  then  we  will  be  happy  for  you  to  delude  yourselves  into  believing  this  is  all  our  fault  after  all,  this  seems  to  be  what  is  most  likely  to  happen.  I  just  hope  that  if  you  live  together  on  your  own  you  may  learn  that  sometimes  you  have  to  be  responsible  for  your  own  actions  and  admit  that  you  are  wrong.