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Message posted by Mucker1884 on 26/5/2015 at 1:39pm
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I think that's the problem though Geoff, defining what is "Silly o'clock".
Whilst I'm happy with "silence" from midnight to about 06:30, my neighbour may want to bed down at 10pm, whilst the chap the other side doesn't tend to go to bed until 1:30am, but expects us all to stay quiet before 9am, as he likes to lie in!
I consider myself about average on this, and thankful/lucky that I am. I'm not bothered if someone wakes me a little before 7am (I consider that a lie in) and don't expect all to be quiet much before midnight.
Having said that, there's a lot to be said for snuggling down at about 10:30 in the winter... but that normally doesn't get affected by neighbours, as we rarely have them!
On our first trip to France 18 months ago, we got woken most mornings, at around 4am, by a crying baby about 10m away. I could live with that, to be fair, but what was annoying, was mummy dearest singing Bob the Builder... in Dutch... to send the little sweetie back to sleep!
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