The next time the delivery person steps on your porch, take one of the newspapers, roll it up, and smack him on the nose at least three times, sternly saying, "No, no, no!"<br />
That'll teach him.
First belly laugh of the day. Thanks for this!
I like it! now go get my slippers
The paperboy is in love with you.
In my neighborhood we don't worry about these things, if the newspaper isn't picked up in the first 5 minutes the neighbors assume you don't want it and take it home.
take up paper mache!
****** carrier. It means that a paying customer isn't getting his/her paper, or the carrier's coming up short on the end of the route. Either way, they'll figure it out eventually.
some companies don't listen and don't care; they keep on charging you. tell them you don't want newspaper delivered to your house, and if they don't stop;; tell them you will call the police and charge for harassment.
think it has something to do wth the delivery person and the management not communicating. maybe leave a note to the delivery person
They want you to keep paying for them. The Oklahoma City newspaper was giving free papers at my apartment complex one time and I called and told them to stop because I didn't want people to know I was gone on vacation. Got home and found 2 weeks worth of papers laying in front of my apartment.