O Come, All Ye Ass Muffins

[Hey, You!] The family that stands on a neighbor's lawn together for Christmas photos, are jerks together

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You're the genius who decided to invite your entire family onto someone else's lawn for a holiday photo. Let me explain something: When you go into a neighborhood where all the residents have been kind enough to put up an extravagant light show for those of us who are either too lazy to do it or just can't bear the thought of an electric bill that looks as though it's a SAT score, it's sort of implied that you need to be on your best behavior. It may not look like it to you, but that border of giant candy canes around the edge of someone's lawn is meant to say, "Hey, numbnuts, keep off the fucking grass." Those residents are probably walking around the neighborhood, and what they really want to see are the shining faces of children enjoying their hard work, not the image of you and your brood squatting in their manger. I hope Rudolph pisses in your stocking, ass muffin.

 
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KC
KC

Today my ass muffin neighbor plugged his electric hedge trimmer into the outlet on my house. He was too lazy to walk an extra 50 feet to use his outlet and he probably wanted to save some pennies. He does this all the time. He also clears his throat and spits huge loogies into my garden. He is a huge bully who is not worth fighting with because he will never let up. He would be the type of person to walk on to someone elses lawn for a family photo. And then he'd probably take a piss. Maybe if we are all lucky he'd get a nice electrical shock. I needed to vent. Sorry.

peaceloveunderstanding
peaceloveunderstanding

are you kidding me? the lawn ornaments mean keep the f off the grass? yeah merry christmas scrooge ahaha

guest
guest

Wow, loving this story. I enjoy the display of lights. I grab my nieces and nephew and head out to see a great display of lights and decorations . I am glad to say that my nieces and nephew are well behaved and know better than to walk on the beautifully displayed lawns. Hello, you have a sidewalk, walk on it and take your pictures from there. Don't walk on these people's lawn. Geez, this us common sense people.

Lorenzo Maria Gonzales-Chicano
Lorenzo Maria Gonzales-Chicano

This ain't nazi germany. if a man wants to lounge on your property and you don't have signs up or a fence then he has a right to do it. The Constitution states that "any man has a right to another's unless he protests" If the owner said nothing then back off nosy man nanny man.

Thebigatheist
Thebigatheist

What constitution are you referring to, Mexico? No idiot...you do NOT have the right to go on private property sign or not... it is called TRESPASSING a sign does not have to be present. The borders that were present is implication that the owner didn't want anyone one their lawn...how do I know, I know who wrote this and I was there...dude your ignorant. I cannot believe you wasted ignorant energy and time writing that. Seriously though, clearly the family people mentioned here are classless idiots who have no sense of decency. Take the Damn picture on the sidewalk...BTW I dare you to come sit on my lawn thinking you have a right to do so, I will give you 16 reasons not to do that again!

Ryan Handy
Ryan Handy

As an individual that puts up displays like that, i can verify that yes, we get a little pissed off when people take pictures in front of my house without even the courtesy of asking first. If you want to use my house as a backdrop for your family christmas photos you should at least pay me,

peaceloveunderstanding
peaceloveunderstanding

pay you to take pics in front of your house? hahaha omg you people are crazy. Who, if not the community, are you decorating you house for then??

Guest
Guest

Don't be a dick.

Why do you do it? I understand not wanting people to walk on your yard, but you don't own the sidewalk or the street. If you've created such a nice backdrop that someone wants to stand on public property and take a photo, you should be honored.

If you want money, put a tip jar out for everyone.

909Jeff
909Jeff

Okay, Right here we have two opposing viewpoints...

Lorenzo, your right its not Nazi Germany but people should be a little more respectful of other peoples property. Likewise Ryan... If you are that starved for attention that you set up a light display that is visible from space... Expect some visitors. And no, just because you choose to buy every strand of lights at Home Depot don't expect that we should pay you for the privilege of viewing your gaudy display.

I'm thinking that the people probably should have stayed off the lawn (Even though grass is gown to be walked on). And Mr Wilson up there shouldn't be so uptight about the grass. Besides haven't either of you noticed that the tool who wrote this didn't even own the house in question?

 
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