Well you've got two shops with long queues outside and nobody more than a metre apart, you've got a group of four people chatting to each other and blocking the pavement, you've got the building site with people working on it and so on... several other people just hanging about, others walking the dog. I guess the thing is, it's a small place, it's not normally as busy as that. Right now it's maybe even worse, I just counted thirty people doing various thing in front of our flat - and on top of that there are loads of cars going up and down and there is a cleaning lorry that has parked outside our flat with two guys in high-vis jackets who are cleaning the street with hoses and shit. I can't really complain about that of course... except that it is so fucking loud, it's that that's bugging me. I've never seen that before, I wonder if there was a diagnosis in the town or something... obviously that's pure speculation of course.i think it looks quite desolate to be honest?
Well no curtains on the balcony obviously (in fact no curtains at all in that room cos it's got these totally fucking amazing electric shutters that go up and down when you press a button and which were literally the reason I bought this flat) but you'll be pleased to know it shouldn't be a problem much longer cos I've put in a few anonymous calls to the police. Hopefully that will sort things out.That doesn't look very busy to me if I'm honest. You got to be careful Rich or you'll turn into one of them curtain twitchers
yeah, I think that's it.Or, maybe it's just possible, that I'm kinda going mental...
Well I'm relaxed... maybe I'm over reacting here, but literally it's busier than normal here which can't be right.yeah, I think that's it.
seriously, those photos are a best-case scenario here. empty for the most part, most people visible do have some distance between them, and then of course there are always a few people who don't follow the suggested guidelines. all in all, your area looks ok. go enjoy another glass of vino, chorico sausage, cig and try to relax.
That's some brassneck isn't it? Fifty people jumping up and down in the garden, fireworks lighting up the sky with HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAVE.... "guys, turn the music down a bit, don't want anyone to know that there is a party".'Greater Manchester Police warning after 660 parties shut down. That included 494 house parties some with DJs, fireworks and bouncy castles and 166 street parties The force also had to deal with 122 different groups gathering to play sports,173 more gatherings in parks.'