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By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 07:53 GMT, 14 February 2012 It is the unfortunate reality of tightly-packed apartment blocks and high rises: the annoying neighbour. But now disgruntled residents are fighting back - in the most passive-aggressive way imaginable. Hilarious anonymous notes complaining about neighbours' thieving ways, defecating dogs, discarded cigarettes or loud music have been uploaded to the website HappyPlace.com . What a chore: A note uploaded to HappyPlace.com shows the realities of sharing communal spaces
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Our roads are filled with them: stop signs, billboards, advertisements; you name it. Most of the time they’re normal, correct—and boring. Every now and then (out of either sheer brilliance or stupidity) someone screws them up. Whatever the reason, these signs have one thing in common; they’re worth a second look! If you’re lucky, you’ll spot one or two crazy road-side messages as you travel around the world.