Comedic Note Exposes Neighbor's 48-Hour Jurassic Park Music Marathon

Jaxon Wildwood

Updated Sunday, March 31, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

Have you ever had a neighbor with questionable taste in music? Well, one Reddit user recently stumbled upon a rather amusing situation involving a neighbor's prolonged obsession with the Jurassic Park theme music. The image, titled "Saw this note on my neighbor's door this morning," showcases a handwritten note that has since gone viral for its polite yet desperate plea for some peace and quiet.

The note, taped to a gray surface, captures the frustration of the writer who has endured a non-stop, 48-hour marathon of the iconic Jurassic Park theme music. In a friendly tone, the note asks the music enthusiast to "turn it down a notch" as the sound has been infiltrating the writer's living space. While tolerable during the day, the nocturnal symphony has made it nearly impossible for the writer to get a good night's sleep. And let's face it, we all need our beauty rest!

The writer's plea for silence is accompanied by a smiley face and a heart symbol, which adds a touch of charm to an otherwise exasperating situation. It's clear that the writer is attempting to maintain a sense of neighborly understanding, even going as far as to include a disclaimer at the end of the note, stating, "and if it's not you, please disregard." This thoughtful gesture ensures that the innocent won't be wrongly accused and can carry on with their own musical endeavors guilt-free.

The comments section of the Reddit post provides a glimpse into the multitude of reactions sparked by this unusual note. Some users shared their own experiences with loud neighbors, recounting instances of blaring music that lasted for days. Others found humor in the situation, referencing iconic quotes from the Jurassic Park franchise, such as "Life, uhhhh, finds a way" and "If The Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down, the pirates don't eat the tourists."

A few users even shared their own comical stories of accidentally inflicting musical torment upon their neighbors. From triggering a midnight Jurassic Park soundtrack wake-up call to enduring an unexpected Air Supply marathon, it seems that musical mishaps are more common than we think.

While the note itself may be born out of frustration, it's hard not to appreciate the writer's effort to maintain a polite and considerate tone throughout. After all, we've all been in situations where we just need a good night's sleep. So, here's hoping that the Jurassic Park enthusiast next door takes the note to heart and turns the volume down just a notch, allowing the writer to finally catch up on some much-needed rest.

In the end, this viral note serves as a reminder that even the most peculiar situations can bring a smile to our faces. So, let's cherish our quirky neighbors and their unique taste in music. And who knows, maybe we'll even discover a newfound appreciation for John Williams' unforgettable Jurassic Park theme.

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Top Comments from Reddit


Somebody was watching the DVD and fell asleep and then left the house with the Option menu still on.




And...why do you still have Christmas wreaths on on 30 March?? That's a Christmas wreath, right?


This is a rather polite note 👍


“And if it’s not, plz disregard” - with hearts lol - Give me the bad news in a “good” way 


If The Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down, the pirates don’t eat the tourists


Life, uhhhh, finds a way


At an old apartment one day we realized that a neighbor had been blaring the Beverly Hills Cop music for at least a full day. When it was still going the next day we called for a welfare check because there's got to be something going on at that point. And that's how we learned that the house next to ours was a sober living/supervised release set of rooms and someone had gone off their meds.


Reminds me of the time I rolled over onto stereo remote while sleeping and hit the timed start button. At midnight, the Jurassic Park soundtrack started to play at fairly loud volume. I made it to one of the lesser known tracks, “Triceratops Trumpeting Colonoscopy” or whatever, when it finally woke me up.


John Williams for the win!

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