Who doesn’t like a pool in their backyard?
Unless you are really afraid of water, it can be a dream come true for many, I included (even though I don’t how to swim.) However, that doesn’t give anyone the right to use someone else’s pool without especially asking each and every time. It is not as if it is a public pool and you are paying for it. And we all know that taking care of a pool I, not an easy or inexpensive thing to do.
Apparently, this mother did not understand that. After all her precious kids deserved to use the neighbor’s pool whenever their hearts desired. It certainly had nothing to do with the fact she needed a break from then and was using the neighbor as free babysitting. While most people don’t like to be mean towards kids, it doesn’t mean they get to take advantage of someone’s good nature. And this woman finally had enough and decided to do something about it.
Honestly, I don’t think she even needed to ask this question.
I wish I could get an inheritance from an unknown family member to get my dream house.
The story has only started and I already don’t like where this is going.
She clearly didn’t want them in her pool but she was trying to be polite.
Who could have seen this coming?
Okay, that is just plain creepy.
So Kaylie couldn’t understand the reason you were putting up a fence?
She will definitely get an Oscar for her acting.
If they really saw her as a sister, they wouldn’t have made her feel uncomfortable.
I don’t even have to look at the comments to see that she was in the right.
If blackberries grow in your area, the brambles are a pretty good deterrent against fence hopping and you get delicious fruit from them to boot.
You gave an inch and they took a mile, put that fence up and keep your foot down, because the mother will take the slightest liberty from you to twist to suit her.
Make the fence as tall as legally allowed.
You never know what these sorts of people can do if pushed.
She then proceeded to give some more information about the fences and her house.
There is no suspicion in my mind, the mother wanted some alone time.
It’s better to hurt the kid’s feelings or w/e nonsense she and the other neighbors want to spout, over something happening to the kids while on your property and you end up in the legal shitter (Kaylie 100% seems like the type of person that’d try to drain you of every penny you have).
That’s of course in addition to the boys being gross and the whole family being entitled and abusing your privileges. –jazzhandsfan1665
The mother is just using her good nature against her.
Honestly, she is well within her rights to do whatever she wants with her property.
That is even worse! You don’t want to be liable for someone else’s safety.
What would you do in this situation? Would you allow them to use the pool? Let us know in the comments below.