Talk:Creepy guy who lives across the street
He is a threati buy all of my meth from him. His meth lab is very dirty there could be a fire if he is not comfronted.
I love this article. Freakin' awesome. It needs to be nominated for feature page. -User:Kip the Dip
I like this article.
Because it feels so true,there happens to be a creepy guy living down the block from me. Haha, I know someone will onedayclick this article and say "thats my neighbor!"--Witt, of UNion Entertain me* 06:48, 12 November 2007 (UTC)
Ahh this article is well cool. and the one about the crazy foreigner and the little boy from down the street. Keep it up guys!! :-D 126.96.36.199 19:55, 22 November 2007 (UTC)
I have one problem with this article
At times I feel the article is trying to make the situation appear like the person giving us the first person perspective is paranoid and has an unhealthy obsession with some random guy. This view is supported by that the narrator keeps tracks of countless minute details, and draws preposterous conclusions, "Lights are turned on and off in the Creepy Guy's house seemingly at random, or as if they were programmed in some way." Other times the article feels like there really is some thing wrong with this man, "One of the tools is clearly either a circular saw or table saw, though there is no evidence of lumber ever having been loaded into (or out of) the Creepy Guy's house." and there was the "Vote Satan" sign. As far as comedy goes either the narrator's concerns should be legitimate or the man should be perfectly normal. Personally I think the latter is funnier. Really only two changes would have to be made, the Vote Satan sign would have to go (though funny it detracts from the rest of the article) and the part "there is no evidence of lumber ever having been loaded into (or out of) the Creepy Guy's house." would need to be made a little more ambiguous. Maybe "no evidence that I know of", or except that one load last month, or mention somewhere that the man appears to do most of his errands when the narrator is at work, etc. Or at least this is how I see it. -User:Osmium44 21:15, 27 September 2008
I think it's really funny just because the writer of the article seems much more weird and stalker-like than the 'weird guy' himself. I think it's a great comment on our weird paranoia of people who are a little different, most 'weird guys' are most likely just ugly boring loners, of no significance or harm to anyone.
It reminds me of the movie "The 'Burbs" in some way.