Do you have a wicked neighbour that has constantly gets on your nerves? Well, here is how you can have some revenge.
1) Mess with the clothing lines
You can either remove all the lines one night while they sleep, or you can wash clothes in the middle of the night so by the time they wake up, they will not see clothes to spread. Keep pouring water on your clothes so you will take up the lines for the entire weekend.
2) Knock their generator
They had been using the generator to terrorise and disturb you, it is your time to fight back! Make sure you wait for the time the electricity of the entire street is bad. Knowing Nigeria, that can even be tomorrow. When the time comes, just keep doing things to make sure his generator will go off. Things like pouring water into it.
3) Put a calabash in front of his door
Just not just any calabash, this one must be tied with a red cloth and have a broken egg and some feathers inside. This will instil fear into the heart of your wicked neighbour.
4) Put red paint in their water tank
Make them think they are experiencing the plagues of Egypt first hand, but please stop at that. Don’t kill anyone’s first son.
5) If you live upstairs, MARCH
If your flat is above their’s, then wake up at 2 a.m, the crux of sleep time, and march in your apartment. All the stomping and noisemaking will wake them up. The Bible says no rest for the wicked, so why shall a wicked neighbour sleep?
6) Puncture their tyre
Where will they go once their tyre is punctured? Let them sit in the house and dwell in their wickedness.
7) Don’t call them when they bring light
That two hundred naira petrol? They must burn it. Since they want to be wicked, show dem that you wickeder than them.
8) Take their picture to the mountain
Since they have chosen stubborness, go on a fifty day and fifty night fast so that the powers above and below can get involved.
If you do any of these things, pray you are not caught. If you want to read more life shenanigans, click here
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