The real estate agent must have told a few porky pies when selling these blocks of land.
Noisy neighbours isn’t the problem here- it’s more your neighbour may have conflicting interests. Like a doctor’s surgery set up next to a funeral parlour.
Australian Pork and the Australian Heart Foundation side-by-side in the the city full of political squealers: Canberra.
I thought this was humorous when driving past it, but it’s even more so after looking at documents on the Heart Foundation’s website:
Avoid everyday foods that are high in salt, such as:
- ham, bacon, luncheon meats, sausages and hot dogs
The common denominator in those lunch-time delights? Babe.
The Foundation also recommends in its blood-pressure-reducing Healthy Catering Guide, that when eating pastas and rice you should:
avoid the addition of high salt and/or saturated fat ingredients such as salami, bacon, butter and cream.
I guess you can’t really help who moves in next door- you just might end up looking a bit like a silly sausage.