Burning question  

My neighbour has some windchimes. They’re old, they hang from a tree in their back garden and they are [rather] annoying. There’s no tune to them. It’s just a constant, clunky rattle in the Southern Cape breeze. Constantly. It’s constant.

The wind doesn’t stop at night either, so neither do the windchimes. 

I’m going to set them on fire. 

The question is this: do I do it once they’ve popped out to the shops or down to the beach, or would it be more of a statement if I was just to march in there with some meths and a lighter and do it while they watched? 

And then, should I maybe do the house as well, to serve as a warning to anyone else considering windchimes as a potential addition to their garden?


2 thoughts on “Burning question  

  1. Don’t do it without their knowledge unless there is no possibility that they could ever trace their disappearance back to you. Your post on the subject makes that not possible

  2. Max Brinsmead > It’s ok. The internet hasn’t really reached that far into the wilds of Cape Agulhas yet. They’ll never know that it was me. Which, if they are reading this, it wasn’t.

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