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The man was left in stitches after the neighbor cut only his part of the shared lawn

Peat war! Man abandons after his neighbor mows his own part of their shared front yard and leaves a strip of long grass outside his door

  • Liverpool matty revealed on Twitter how the neighbor cut a shared lawn
  • Neighbor finished outside his house, but left a random strip next to Matty’s door
  • A lot of brand behavior was ‘small’, but others claimed it wasn’t the neighbor to cut

A man was left hysterical when his neighbor cut his own part of their shared front yard – but left a random strip of long grass in front of his door.

Take to Twitter, a man known only as Matty, from Liverpool, posted two photos of the partially freshly cut grass, along with the caption: ‘Next door with top class grass banter.’

The post, which delivered an impressive 85,200 likes and 6,800 retweets, was flooded with hundreds of comments – some calling the move “ small ” and others saying it wasn’t his to cut.

“Hahaha 10/10 for pettyness,” said one of them, while a second agreed, “You should knock and see if you can borrow his lawn mower.”

Matty took to Twitter to share two photos (photo) of the partially cut grass outside his home

Matty took to Twitter to share two photos (photo) of the partially cut grass outside his home

Matty, from Liverpool, was abandoned after his neighbor cut his own part of their shared front yard and left a strip of long grass outside his door

Matty, from Liverpool, was abandoned after his neighbor cut his own part of their shared front yard and left a strip of long grass outside his door

Matty, from Liverpool, was abandoned after his neighbor cut his own part of their shared front yard and left a strip of long grass outside his door

Many went to the comments section with mixed opinions on the matter - some claimed it was small from the neighbor, others said it was a sign of respect (shown)

Many went to the comments section with mixed opinions on the matter - some claimed it was small from the neighbor, others said it was a sign of respect (shown)

Many went to the comments section with mixed opinions on the matter – some claimed it was small from the neighbor, others said it was a sign of respect (shown)

A third joked, “Name and shame this neighbor.”

Matty later shared how he decided to leave the strip of grass and that when the neighbor’s grass grows back, he will cut his own – adding, “I’ll like this game.”

Meanwhile, others took the opportunity to propose other ways for Matty to play with the idea.

“Never cut that piece of grass. Let it be a jungle, “one joked, while a second said,” Put a piece of string off the wall square of the house to show that he cut off part of you. Then jot down the door and please say my grass again.

Matty went to the comment section and joked, “Decided I’m leaving, if their grass grows back I’ll cut mine. I will like this game. “Pictured, the shared lawn outside his house

Many quickly took to Twitter to comment on the funny photos, with one joke: 'You have to knock and see if you can borrow his lawn mower' (photo)

Many quickly took to Twitter to comment on the funny photos, with one joke: 'You have to knock and see if you can borrow his lawn mower' (photo)

Many quickly took to Twitter to comment on the funny photos, with one joke: ‘You have to knock and see if you can borrow his lawn mower’ (photo)

A third added, “Underestimate this! Would do this, then cut the back and leave the front. ‘

But not everyone thought the neighbor’s behavior was insignificant – and instead felt polite.

“Not sure why you expect them to do it? I understand it’s a bit, but it’s still yours, “argued one, while a second agreed,” I don’t see a problem with this. ‘

A third added: ‘We have a shared patch of grass like this between me and my neighbor and I volunteered to cut it for both of us, and they turned around and told me to leave their half (which is just like the mine was overgrown). So I did.

“Even trying to be a neighbor apparently backfires. Woman shrugs. ”

However, others on social media struggled to see the problem, asking, “Do you ever mow theirs?” (shown)

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