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Which one is really the jackass?

Asked by Divalicious (2170points) September 26th, 2008

My daughter was visiting the other night. She called me a few minutes after she had left, and told me I had some feuding neighbors. There’s a house with a cement donkey and sign near the street. The sign says, “Jackass—->” and has the next door neighbor’s address written on it.

It’s been there a few days now. I think the alleged jackass is doing the correct thing (nothing) because it makes the donkey guy look like the jackass.

However it would be totally hilarious if a sign appeared that said, “I’m rubber, you’re glue…”

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deaddolly's avatar

just goes to show how freaking stupid some adults are…lol

I’d do the same as the alleged neighbor, tho I’d be tempted to turn the sign around in the middle of the night.
Don’t ppl have anything else to do?

JackAdams's avatar

If someone publicly revealed a secret like that about me, they’d find themselves in a courtroom, trying to explain to a Prosecutor and jury how/why child pornography was found inside their car.

EmpressPixie's avatar

If I were the “jackass” I’d look into the rules governing your living area. If there is a home owners association, for instance, you’d be surprised at what they can fine your for and tell you to do with your own house/lawn.

If there isn’t a home owner’s association, a call to the city can usually clear that up.

Of course, I might just recognize they have a reason for airing our dirty laundry and let it go at that. It makes them feel better and isn’t really hurting me in any way.

Nimis's avatar

A cardboard donkey, sure.
But a cement donkey?

I’ve got to draw the line somewhere.

stratman37's avatar

Jack, I like the way you think!

JackAdams's avatar

Sometimes, I don’t!

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