Student frustrated by bagpipe noise for 8 days writes passive aggressive note
We all know just how tough a lockdown can be.
But there's nothing more soul-crushing than hearing a constant noise outside your home while you're in quarantine.
One student who was fed up of hearing bagpipes being played for eight days straight couldn't handle the instrument much longer.
So she decided to take matters into their own hands when she came across the noise in Australia, which is back in lockdown.
After eight days straight of listening to the bagpipes, the student left a note, encouraging them to "take the day off".
A stranger came across the passive aggressive note pinned up on a fence in Petersham Park and shared it on Twitter.
It read: "Dear Bagpiper, I understand lockdown is hard and we all need a creative outlet.
"However, it's been 8 days and I'm not sure how much more bagpiping I can take.
"Please consider taking a day off every now and then, it would be greatly appreciated."
Finishing off the passive aggressive note, it continued: "Sincerely, a struggling Year 12 student."
In the corner of the letter, she had drawn and picture of bagpipes and wrote: "If you play this instrument, this is for you."
The photo of the note was originally shared on Facebook before it was reposted on Twitter.
One mum confessed it was her daughter who was behind the note.
She wrote: "Haha my daughter wrote this! HSC + lockdown + recurring bagpipes = stress."
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Others could relate to her daughter's frustration with one person recalling a similar situation.
The user said: "Haha when I was a kid, someone about 4 streets away used to play bagpipes.
"I could hear them clear as day from my house and I can tell you, the hour long practice sessions were not enjoyable. For anyone."
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