Well, first of all; The broom-whammys sound fun. Let us know how that goes, K?
Also, temptation to tape them at max volume and then play it back RLY LOUDLY on huge speakers, in those rare hrs when they aren't having wall-shaking secks.
So has anyone at all reported them to the manager or w/e for noise violations? bc I mean. There's gotta be something in the lease about that, no?
Embarrassinig story: When we were engaged, JB & I had an antique bed. Damn thing had a tendency to move rather a lot when enthusiastic carnal knowledge was taking place, and yes, it was positioned w/headboard against an outside wall. :blush: I got a very very kind note from my upstairs neighbour (who to make things worse, was a single-separated dad w/shared custody and was extremely
hot) . It said:
"C & JB: Just a note to say, Sound Travels Upward!
(Especially in old 2 storey , direct-staircase houses like this which have been duplexed);believe me when I say I'm not trying to be a killjoy. But you may want to either consider rearranging the placement of your bed, or putting a certain amount of padding between your headboard and the wall.
Corrine and I used find that helpful in the past, at times.
"Let me not to the meeting of true [Lust] admit impediments', etc.! So otherwise, carry on.
Your sound-sensitive neighbour,
Bruk (and sometimes Jason)
P.S. I know we make some ruckus up here sometimes , & if we need to keep it down, don't be shy about saying so."
Idk quite why, but we kept that damn note! lolz
& I couldn't look the guy in the face for weeks. haha : prude:
So back to your dilemma: Maybe an anon early- halloween giftie left at their door containing major amounts of wall-&- headboard padding, w/ specific instructions? That wouldn't stop the hollering tho.
Let us know how you get on. I for one am v curious of the outcome. Do they sound (no pun inteneded!) like reasonable folk otherwise?
Chyia, still blushing in retrospect