Pat shovels in Chris's car due to an unknown conflict by Chris.
Pat just laughs out loud and sticks the shovel in the snow.
Hey Pat you do know you are shoveling my car in right? Can you please not only stop but start removing the snow off my car and the spot it is parked in? I have to leave for work.
Chris, I don’t care where you need to go, but I do know I’m not going to clear off your car or the spot your car is now in! You really have tried my patience and I’m done!
You two had better stop all the yelling and fuss. This isn’t a school yard. You need to work through this issue, whatever it is, or I’m going to call the police!
Here comes the Apartment Manager
I’m so sick of Chris coming home in the wee hours of the morning, turning up his music having guests over and making such a racket I can’t get any sleep since you moved in. Pay back sucks, doesn’t it!
Hey Pat, I had no idea you could hear my music or hear me and my friends talking after work; we just like to kick back and relax a bit. Instead of pulling something like this, why didn’t you just knock on my door and give me a little heads up?
Again, I’m really sorry! I never meant to make any of my new neighbors angry! Tell you what? If you stop shoveling my car in with snow; I will quickly remove what’s there and I promise; no more loud music! Really, let’s let bygones be bygones, what do you say?
Hey Chris, I’m sorry too; should have discussed the issue with you before resorting to such a measure. Sounds good!
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