ANSWERS: 40
  • Tell their mother... and if she act's a fool... Throw sticks at her! One at a time, little ones right at her forehead so it's not a crime. Just bink bink bink... Like chinese water torture.
  • Hmmmm FIRST; I go over and bang on the door and tell one of the PARENTS .... IF NOTHING is done; then I call the non emergency number of lacal law enforcement and have them stop by to chat with the kids and their parent(s) .... That should take care of the matter .
  • I would go and talk to the kids parents hopefully they can have a word and it stops.
  • Pick them up and return them to the kids, saying "Hey I think you lost these" lol
  • Throw the damn things back, don't be a coward or your gonna get treated like crap for the rest of your life.
  • make somthing out of them and that night go put it in their yard.
  • Tell the neighbor and have them make their kids clean it up and if they want to give lip then the next time tyhey started throwing things I would call the alw to them.
  • I would talk to the parents... . My kneejerk reaction however would be to throw the damn things back over into their yard... And not in a nice way....
  • I try to have a good relationship with our neighbors from the beginning. Then if something comes up, like kids throwing sticks, there's a friendship I can use when I bring up the problem. Keeping a sense of humor is very important.
  • How about this novel idea - "ask them to please stop doing it" What's wrong with people that you have to talk to their parents or get all outraged. If someone came to me because my kids were doing something so harmless, I would think they were an idiot for not just dealing with it. The other day there were kids in the school yard across from me breaking a couple of bottles. I passed them a broom and dustpan and said "here - you will need these to clean that up" They were totally gob-smacked. Swept up the glass and put the broom and dustpan back over the fence and disappeared never to be seen again.
  • I'd threaten the kids with their lives if they do it again.
  • ask them to stop, pick the sticks up and put them in the burn pile
  • I would talk to their parents.
  • Build a bridge out of them failing that... BURN EM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Build a fire with the sticks and cook them
  • I would ask them to stop, and to pick the ones up that they already threw. I have talked to kids in the neighborhood about minor things such as this and they usually listen.
  • I would talk to the parents and if they didnt stop it I would beat the kids AND the parents with the sticks.
  • I would throw them back, and maybe hit one of them.
  • Stick their heads on a pile !
  • I will stack them in front of his door and ring the dorr bell and walk away laughing.
  • I would throw dog poop into their yard. If you don't have a dog you can always improvise! hahaha
  • I'd ask them to stop. If they didn't, I'd speak to their parents. Obviously, their kids need something more constructive to do with their time than bothering the neighbors.
  • Tell their mom. +3
  • Lie in wait and when they throw sticks over the fence you throw bricks, poisonous snakes, dog crap and boiling oil over the fence.
  • I'd talk to their parents, preferably in front of them. I've done it many times before. In our neighborhood, we are all friends and we all watch one another's kids. I've stopped my neighbors kids from risking their lives chasing each other with a running lawnmower. I've stopped them from climbing too high on a pontoon boat and trailer. I've stopped them from breaking my basement windows (which my neighbors fixed with apologies). I've told them if they ever see mine doing something stupid, which she most assuredly will, to let me know so I can take care of it.
  • I would say "Ok, stop that"
  • ask there parents why they r doing this and pls stop them.our u can directly ask them what for u r doing this stop it
  • Id go tell their folks what they are doing and that if it happens again and there is any damage they will be paying for it.
  • On a particularly hot day, I come out of the house with a smile and a tray of tall glasses of citrate of magnesia. "Cool lemon drink, anyone?" :-) OK...OK...so I wouldn't do that. +5
  • #1 Wonder where they got them. They do not have a single tree in their yard. #2 They are nasty little brats. I would go straight to the parents. (It would do me no good)
  • If they throw enough sticks over make a stick figure out of it and get their attention and light the stick figure on fire just to show them you mean business! (nobody wants to mess with that crazy bitch next door lol)
  • I would ask them to stop if it's bothering you that much. If your friendly and nice to them they're probably be the same way with you. Why go to the parents if you haven't given them the opportunity to stop. Kids will be kids.
  • I'd gather the sticks and stack them. Have you priced a cord of firewood lately?  
  • I'd shout - "oi you little brat, pack it in or i'll shove that stick were the sun don't shine"
  • Rub the sticks in Dog Shit and throw them back
  • i'd go over the fence and beat the living sh*t out of them, f*king brats.
  • Gather them up, walk over there, knock on the door and hand them to the parents. Tell them that their kids "misplaced" their sticks in your yard. If that doesn't solve the problem, throw bigger sticks into their yard.
  • throw them back--at their heads
  • Well first I wouldnt throw them back, the kids will re-use the ammo. I would either bag them up with the grass clippings and leave them out for the city to pick up, (not sure if your city does this). Or just stick them in the pile of burnable material in the corner of our yard. :)
  • Is this an ongoing thing? If so, I would go to the neighbors and very politely make them aware of what is happening. Most parents do NOT want their children to be perceived as nuisances, and will bring an abrupt halt to the problem ...... at least that's what would have happened when I was growing up in ancient history .... 1940's-50's. Whatever approach you use, remember that old adage, "Sugar catches more flies than vinegar!" These can be very touchy situations. Good luck!!!

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