We just moved into a new place, and there are some (really gross) noises I just can NOT get used to. Help!
Momlogic's Talitha: At about 11:00 last night, my man and I were physically shaken out of bed, thinking we were having an earthquake. We shot straight up, paralyzed as to what to do or what was going on. The ground was shaking, and the walls were making this really loud consistent booming noise. Bam. Bam. Bam.
"What the hell IS that?" I shrieked. Thinking someone may be breaking in, my man hopped out of bed, armed with his tennis racquet (don't ask...) and ran into the living room. That's about when a louder and waaaay more obnoxious "When Harry Met Sally"-style moaning and groaning orgasm began, along with what we now realized was a bed (or dresser) shaking against the wall. Our new, initially super-conservative and buttoned-up neighbors were having the loudest, most out-of-control sex we'd ever heard. Ew. It went on for about 45 minutes (my man could learn something from the guy, BTW), and when it was finally over, we went back to sleep, annoyed they had woken us up ... and, to be honest, a little grossed out.
Several hours later, it happened again. Loud, obnoxious, rough new-neighbor sex. "How the F is that possible?" we wondered incredulously. "They just did it a few hours ago!" Again, the same thing. This time, we got concerned. How many times will we have to listen to this? Needless to say, we didn't get much sleep last night at all. And I'm pissed!
Should I write a note and slip it under their door? "Hello, neighbors. Glad you're enjoying yourselves ... however, you kept us up all night. Could you keep it down next time?" Or should we mention something the next time we run into them, like: "Hey, guys! Sounded like you both got lucky last night, if you know what I mean. Ha ha." Or should we just ignore it and fearfully await the next time they shake us (literally) out of bed?
Seriously. I need help. What do I do?