Most annoying noise at nighttime!


peapod
#1
I have been living in the city for 6 years now, I cannot get use to ambulances and police sirens all night long. It drives me crazy, and there is the cats....they sound like babies .
 
Reverend Blair
#2
The most annoying night time noise around here is Bailey the cat. She goes up on the roof then stands by the bedroom window and meows to come in. You have to get up and take the screen off and let her in or she'll never shut up.

That only happens in the summer though.
 
peapod
#3
Well the cats around here...I dunno I think they have mental problems. They sound just like new born babies. Someone told me they only do that when they are in heat...yikes!!
 
Rick van Opbergen
#4
I thought this thread was about snoring.
 
missile
#5
As it wakes me up in the middle of the night..my snoring gets my vote.
 
peapod
#6
Does victorious snore ricky? Whats that vic2? ehm...no we can't say that to little ricky either
 
Rick van Opbergen
#7
OK what did the Evil Monkey say this time?! I'm not aware of any snoring by Victorius ... Do monkeys snore? ... My dad snores, that's just terrible, it just goes through the wall, it's like there's a highway running through our house. Anyway, we have learned to live with it. *sigh*
 
peapod
#8
Well I guess snoring has never been an issue for me :P Now my nephews when they come to visit their thing is farting. Now what the hell is it with boys and farting....really its not that funny...yet this act of passing gas, gets them hysterical. I mentioned to them they should try using matches....wow this put me right up with harry potter in their eyes.
 
Rick van Opbergen
#9
Farting is fun! :P Not that I ever fart *looks innocent* but I've ehm heard that it is funny to crack one in a room with a lot of people without these people noticing it at first, and then walking away while you see the faces of them, you see them thinking "it smells like something rotten in here" That's just so great haha ... ehm so I've heard :P
 
peapod
#10
My mother use to do this very trick in department stores. She would launch one of her silent missiles, and than act like a embrassed and shocked mother that her childern had such bad manners. Sheep being lead to slaughter. We were the innocent, accused of crimes againist humanity, when in fact it was our own "mother".
 
Rick van Opbergen
#11
Oh my uncle tried that excuse with his grandson ... The problem was though that his grandson shouted "It wasn't me, it was you!" ... Yes he was embarressed The point is that when you're in a full bus for example, and one person farts (without any noise) it is hard to find out who did it, so we can make fun of that person ... sometimes people start to blush ... but sometimes people act like nothing happened, and that's frustrating, especially when the perpetrator has eaten chili con carne!
 
peapod
#12
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#13
I got a real mouse in my bedroom.
Last night I awoke 2 or 3 times while hearing it investigate.

It is embarassing. Yuh know, I got a Class II licence in structural pest control and I got a damn mouse in my house.

I studied these rodents for 5 years. I know all their characteristics.

That mouse is goin' down! - tonight!

Calm
 
Gonzo
#14
When I lived in Ottawa, a snow plough would always come to the mall parking lot beside my building at midnight. It drove me nuts. One night I actually got up, went down there and told him that everyone in the apartment was awake because of him. I was so pissed off, but when I got there he was this little french guy just doing his job. He told me his employer makes him come at this time of night so I took it down and he promplty drove away.
 
Ten Packs
#15
Oddly, I find the "little" noises most bothersome, especially when RV'ing in a campground. Just as you begin to drop off, there's that damn FLY over your head, flying and whacking into the window or wall....

bzzzzz - bonk! bzzzzz - bonk! bzzzzz - bonk!

Oh, and another thing: how the Hell does that ONE mosquito, in all the space of a 27 ft. 5th wheel, find that space about six inches over your ear to hover????

"Neeee-eeeeee-eeeeeee-eeeeee-eeeeee-eeeee!"

The bastard......
 
Reverend Blair
#16
You should try camping with four muddy dogs, Ten Packs. You don't even notice the mosquitoes.
 
Ten Packs
#17
That's what they make "Outside" for.....
 
Karen
#18
Crows get my vote. There is nothing worse than crows sitting on the wires squaking in the early hours.

Karen
 
Karen
#19
Crows get my vote. There is nothing worse than crows sitting on the wires squaking in the early hours.

Karen
 
Karen
#20
Crows get my vote. There is nothing worse than crows sitting on the wires squaking in the early hours.

Karen
 
Reverend Blair
#21
Quote:

That's what they make "Outside" for.....

If we leave them outside they bark, then some old guy with a huge fifth wheel complains....

You get used to crows after a few years, Karen. They always build a nest in one of my neighbours trees and I hardly notice them at all except when Alex the cat is sitting on the fence staring at them. I don't what she plans to do if she catches one...she still has scars from the woodpecker incident.
 
Reverend Blair
#22
Quote:

That's what they make "Outside" for.....

If we leave them outside they bark, then some old guy with a huge fifth wheel complains....

You get used to crows after a few years, Karen. They always build a nest in one of my neighbours trees and I hardly notice them at all except when Alex the cat is sitting on the fence staring at them. I don't what she plans to do if she catches one...she still has scars from the woodpecker incident.
 
Reverend Blair
#23
Quote:

That's what they make "Outside" for.....

If we leave them outside they bark, then some old guy with a huge fifth wheel complains....

You get used to crows after a few years, Karen. They always build a nest in one of my neighbours trees and I hardly notice them at all except when Alex the cat is sitting on the fence staring at them. I don't what she plans to do if she catches one...she still has scars from the woodpecker incident.
 
peapod
#24
Hey calm did you ever see that movie "mouse hunt" I rented it for the seniors where I work, omg...it cracked me up I mean that mouse was good :P ehm...the seniors did not think it was that funny...but I was laughing my head off :P I hope the mouse in your house is not as clever as that mouse...christopher walken as the the exterminator was harilious.

Welcome karen to the forums, nice to have you hear...I kinda like crows..mostly because they are so clever. I think they are actually talking to each other when they yak on those lines. :P
 
peapod
#25
Hey calm did you ever see that movie "mouse hunt" I rented it for the seniors where I work, omg...it cracked me up I mean that mouse was good :P ehm...the seniors did not think it was that funny...but I was laughing my head off :P I hope the mouse in your house is not as clever as that mouse...christopher walken as the the exterminator was harilious.

Welcome karen to the forums, nice to have you hear...I kinda like crows..mostly because they are so clever. I think they are actually talking to each other when they yak on those lines. :P
 
peapod
#26
Hey calm did you ever see that movie "mouse hunt" I rented it for the seniors where I work, omg...it cracked me up I mean that mouse was good :P ehm...the seniors did not think it was that funny...but I was laughing my head off :P I hope the mouse in your house is not as clever as that mouse...christopher walken as the the exterminator was harilious.

Welcome karen to the forums, nice to have you hear...I kinda like crows..mostly because they are so clever. I think they are actually talking to each other when they yak on those lines. :P
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#27
Hey! PeaPod

I'm gettin' that little snot of a mouse tonight.

Hey! Karen

Nice meeting you.

I remember 1970 and when I first arrived at Thompson Manitoba. I was staying overnight at a motel.
In the morning these loud bird calls woke me up.
I looked out the window and saw what I thought were big crows. Actually, I couldn't get over how big the crows were.
But, I found out later they were ravens.

In Yellowknife, if a raven takes off with your golf ball, you can re-tee.
It's in the rule book.

Calm
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#28
Hey! PeaPod

I'm gettin' that little snot of a mouse tonight.

Hey! Karen

Nice meeting you.

I remember 1970 and when I first arrived at Thompson Manitoba. I was staying overnight at a motel.
In the morning these loud bird calls woke me up.
I looked out the window and saw what I thought were big crows. Actually, I couldn't get over how big the crows were.
But, I found out later they were ravens.

In Yellowknife, if a raven takes off with your golf ball, you can re-tee.
It's in the rule book.

Calm
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#29
Hey! PeaPod

I'm gettin' that little snot of a mouse tonight.

Hey! Karen

Nice meeting you.

I remember 1970 and when I first arrived at Thompson Manitoba. I was staying overnight at a motel.
In the morning these loud bird calls woke me up.
I looked out the window and saw what I thought were big crows. Actually, I couldn't get over how big the crows were.
But, I found out later they were ravens.

In Yellowknife, if a raven takes off with your golf ball, you can re-tee.
It's in the rule book.

Calm
 
Reverend Blair
#30
I was in Flin Flon once and had to walk by this dumpster. There was a huge raven on it, but figured he'd fly away when I got close. He spread his wings out, but he wasn't interested in flying at all...he was warning me not to get too close.
 

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