A person without a sense of humor is like a wagon without springs. It’s jolted by every pebble on the road.
–Henry Ward Beecher
When you enter Parkfairfax, a quiet suburb of Washington, DC, you’ll fall in love with the quaint colonial brick buildings, manicured lawns, and beautiful flowers and trees. It has a historic charm and you feel as if you’ve found an unknown gem that’s been miraculously preserved amidst the stark glass high-rise developments in Northern Virginia.
When you’ve lived in Parkfairfax for a while, you’ll quickly realize that you’re surrounded by neighbors who clearly have too much time on their hands. They spend that time posting the most absurd sh*t on the residents’ Facebook page that it makes you start questioning your own sanity for choosing this (supposedly) peaceful, quiet neighborhood as your home.
Please enjoy a taste of what it’s like to live in a not-so-quiet suburb, and remember to always see the humor in life. Note: All names are changed on this blog.