It seems that every Nepali person shares the universal experience of having obnoxious neighbors. Some of us are fortunate enough to get neighbors who don’t interfere in our lives too much. But, there are unlucky ones out there whose neighbors know no bounds of what’s appropriate. Here are 10 of these bizarre and funny Nepali neighbor stories on r/Nepal.
1. Punish The Chicken Immediately
2. Neighbors With Zero Empathy
3. Hoping Her Music Taste Evolves
4. Just A Little Banter
So, we eavesdropped to find out the reason why and the wife was crying/complaining that her friend's husband put his jacket over his wife to keep her warm (it was summer but chilly during nighttime) and yelling that her significant didn't do the same lol . Pretty childish."
5. Classic Aunties
Din bhari pasal baira baschan ghera layera. Ani ko kaa gayo k garyo kasko ma ko manche aayo sab herera baschan. And whats worse, my mom obv talks to them, hamrei ghar baira julus nikalera baschan sadhei.
Ani jaile nachaine kura sunaune. Halla failauna khojne jepaitei. They are not even ashamed of what they do. Ghurera herchan laaj pachayera."
6. It's Hard To Get Rid Of A Festive Mood
7. Report These Neighbors!
Ani he went to our store room and opened it, told me to dust the step ladder a little and took it. He came in and took our stuff, didn't even say, "yo ekxin chaiyeko theyo lagchu la" not even that. Tei ni ma ghar ma eklai huda.
8. The Tale Of Chor Dai
For some reason, he blamed that to our Mama. Then he randomly started to pellet stone on our houses in the middle of the night. Our house, mama's house, and his brother's house. For a year or so, we did not know what was happening. Then one day my father figured out that someone is throwing a stone at our house for some weird reason. There he was acting drunk and asleep. He was beaten black and blue and arrested.
The last time I saw him he smiled at me and said,' K cha babu, Sanchai'. He had black eyes and bruises everywhere. I later learned that he stole a bicycle from his boss's house and beaten. He is still a Chor Dai to us