I suppose there's a thin line between stupid and no common sense. Seems like every week, some of my customers always have to do something that erks the heck out of me. Yea, maybe it's cause it's getting to the end of the season and I'm getting tired, but I have to tell, after dealing with some of these folks, I really don't feel like being social at the end of the day. Here are just a few examples but keep in mind, I have a policy letter that covers just about all of this stuff so it's not like they don't know about these issues. Each one is a different yard. Excessive Dog Crap 6 chairs, two large tables, 3 huge rubber balls, two umbrellas. All in spread out over the entire yard. 5 bags of garbage in the middle of the yard. Blocked driveway. (Three times in the same month) Hoses, in three yards, just stretched out all over the yard. Carpenters working all week to replace windows. Gee, ya think ya could of called me? Painters working. Gee, ya think ya could have called me? Glass bowl in middle of yard. 2 Large Adirondack chairs. These were heavy. Must be made of cherry. Right smack in the middle of the yard. "Can you bag my grass this week but only in one part, don't mow the rest. Should come out to be the same price right? And oh yea, could you put the clippings into plastic bags for me?" "Why should I have to pay more to mulch up my leaves when it takes you the same amount of time?" "Could you spray this on all my bushes once a month?...Shouldn't take but a few minutes." I responded with a price. "Just to spray a few (30) bushes?" All this and all the idiot drivers out there. As of next week, if I get one more car that doesn't understand what 4 flashers, 2 cones, and 6 flashing strobes mean, I'm filing a complaint with the police. Customer decided they would do some gardening. The rocks they dug up (average size of each rock was about softball or baseball) should be placed on the lawn. There were 18 or 20 in all. Another customer weeded garden. Left hoe in grass, face up. Almost didn't see it going around tree.