A Regensburg neighbor complained about a baby crying too loud at night. The note is being discussed online, and the parent’s response is welcomed.
Regensburg: only recently concerned Photo from a 1995 Regensburg University advertisement on the web to the astonishment. Even the university itself had commented on it. Now, a paper from Regensburg is causing a stir again.
Note problems in Regensburg: “Your son is very noisy”
A photo of a note has been posted on Jodel’s website. It read: “Your son is very noisy. Please don’t let him yell so loud at night. You can also breastfeed him. Other owners with children manage to keep their children quiet too. Thank you very much, owners.” about Jodel was commented with the words “good neighbors”.
“Who writes such a stupid message?” someone wants to know. A second person is amused by the language and wryly writes: “Reject your son!” The wording of the note causes problems in the comments: “And ‘reject’ sounds like you should put a bag over the baby’s head.” So outrageous!
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“How nasty can you be?” – Paper problem in Regensburg
“Since when do you have multiple owners? And since when do they not write letters, but bad messages? A third person is irritated. “There’s a reason why young couples or families don’t buy apartments and prefer to build their own…” says someone.
“How stupid can you be? It bothers me when a child keeps crying. But at the same time I also know that the parents would also like the child to be calmer and do everything anyway. You can’t do it anymore and what’s the point? Is there a complaint there?” someone expresses incomprehension about the annotator.
Children playing: How much noise is allowed from children? (Video)
Double coupled is better? In a Regensburg department store, two notices point to thisthat the coffee machine is defective. TRUE.
Couple With Baby Reacts To Neighbor’s Angry Note – “Brilliant Response!”
However, the couple he addressed did not want to put up with the note writer’s complaint and responded with a note. A photo of this was also posted on Jodel’s thread: “Hello dear neighbors. I’m xxx and I moved in with you four weeks ago,” says the baby. “Sometimes I’m in a really bad mood or I have a stomach ache, I have to cry and scream and I don’t let my parents calm me down right away (even by breastfeeding Unfortunately this mostly happens at night when everyone else is trying to sleep. I’m still little so you don’t show that much consideration for others. My parents are so sorry and happy to give out a pack of earplugs to anyone who’s upset about it.”
“Brilliant answer,” someone finds. “De-escalated and still clear!” The couple received much praise for the reaction, apparently also from a neighbor. Because a new photo shows the response letter with a handwritten comment: “Congratulations on the offspring and all the best.” (wine)