22 Petty & Amusing Gems From ‘Best Of Nextdoor’

“When neighbors start talking, good things happen.” That’s what Nextdoor’s CEO Nirav Tolia likes to say about his social networking site. And he’s not wrong. While the site’s intended to connect neighbors to one another, it’s often less of a useful community tool than it is a place for petty complaints and expert trolling. And the Twitter account @bestsofnextdoor keeps incredible track of the funniest posts from shit-starting neighbors. We’ve put together some of their latest (and greatest) uploads in this gallery, but if you like what you see, please give ’em a follow on Twitter.You’ll be glad you did. 

1. Does this person realize that bees are dying at an alarming rate??

2. This photo will haunt our dreams.

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Amusing Gems From The Drama-Loving Neighbors Of Nextdoor

From entitled vegan runners, to shitposting old people, neighborhood-based social networking site Nextdoor is never boring. The hilarious Twitter account @bestofnextdoor is solid proof of that. The account collects the weirdest and funniest posts the site has to offer, and then lovingly shares it with their followers. And now we’re sharing them with you.

From entitled vegan runners, to shitposting old people, neighborhood-based social networking site Nextdoor is never boring. The hilarious Twitter account @bestofnextdoor is solid proof of that. The account collects the weirdest and funniest posts the site has to offer, and then lovingly shares it with their followers. And now we’re sharing them with you.

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Wild, Weird & Funny Posts From The Crazy World of Nextdoor

As much as we enjoy the thrill of receiving notifications when people get shot in our city, Citizen app will never hold a candle to the wild hilarity of Nextdoor. The neighborhood based social networking site is like if Facebook married your Aunt Bev who spies on the whole neighborhood and tells your family all of the dirt. It’s pretty wild. People overshare, share too vaguely, or just share stuff that is funny as hell. There’s even a Twitter account called Best of Nextdoor dedicated to the wild sh*t people scroll their way into. And here are some of our favorite examples of the wildness.

As much as we enjoy the thrill of receiving notifications when people get shot in our city, Citizen app will never hold a candle to the wild hilarity of Nextdoor. The neighborhood based social networking site is like if Facebook married your Aunt Bev who spies on the whole neighborhood and tells your family all of the dirt. It’s pretty wild. People overshare, share too vaguely, or just share stuff that is funny as hell. There’s even a Twitter account called Best of Nextdoor dedicated to the wild sh*t people scroll their way into. And here are some of our favorite examples of the wildness.

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