Soapbox Derby Vehicle Parked in the Neighborhood

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This is the kind of thing you see when taking a walk in Portland.

Location: Portland, OR

Contributed by: Sue Brown

Note from Dawn: I saw them testing this up on Mt. Tabor right before the soapbox derby last year.

Scene of the Crime: Missing Bulbs

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Some crazy person methodically took all of the bulbs from our strand of Christmas lights. They also did this to 5 of our neighbors.

Location: San Jose, CA USA

Contributed by: Scott

No Mercy for Neighbors Who Steal Clothes

Clothes Thief
So, tonight was laundry night and I noticed that somebody had put a polite notice upon the door addressed to somebody else who had “borrowed” his or her clothes from the dryer.

Photo by Flickr User Afroswede used under Creative Commons.

Location: Denton, TX

Contributed by: Dawn Foster

Crazy Ladies And Their Lawn Ornaments

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We lived in the upper half of a duplex and our crazy neighbors piled every piece of tacky crap into our shared lawn as you can imagine. Small wire fences, barrel pots, arches, ceramic deer and even a pink flamingo (not pictured). Not only that, but they were awful to live above. They called the police on us twice for “walking loudly.”

Location: Pullman, WA USA

Contributed by: Lance Haun

Peruvian Landscaping

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As we prepared to sell our house, our Peruvian neighbor assembled this heap of garbage in front of her house. Note the Christmas Lights on the rain gutters, but the picture was taken in August!

Location: Aloha, Oregon, USA

Contributed by: Dan Bullard

The Crazy Neighbor Needs Your Help!

I’m starting to run out of ideas for pictures, so I need you (yes, you) to submit pictures of your crazy neighbor. I’m encouraging your to head out of the house with your camera today and snap a few pictures of that crazy neighbor. Most of us have at least one crazy person in our neighborhood, and we want to see pictures of your crazy neighbor!

Crazy Neighbor Montage

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Cat Crossing

Cat CrossingCaution! Cat crossing areas are 20 MPH zones … just like school zones, but with less fancy signs and no blinking lights.

Photo by Flickr user angelltsang used under Creative Commons.

Location: Austin, TX

Contributed by: Dawn Foster

Passive Aggressive Neighbors Against Dog Poop

Passive Aggressive Dog Poop

Crazy neighbors leave passive aggressive notes in their campaign against dog poop.

Photo by Flickr user captainfats used under Creative Commons.

Contributed by Dawn Foster.

Over the Top Christmas Lights

Over the Top Christmas Lights

Crazy neighbors tend to like Christmas lights … a lot of Christmas lights.

Location: Adelaide, South Australia.

Photo by Flickr user tarale used under Creative Commons.

Contributed by Dawn Foster.

The Mound that Ate the Neighborhood

The Mound That Ate the Neighborhood
Existing as long as we’ve been here, in the neighbor’s yard, is a junk heap that is the very definition of eyesore. I mean, you’ve got dirt, rocks, old building materials and, as the crowning glory, a tire.

Location: Ponder, Texas

Photo by Flickr user Kurt Nordstrom used under Creative Commons.

Contributed by Dawn Foster