He sends his funnyly aggressive and passive-aggressive note to his neighbour, who is accused of sleeping with his wife. It goes viral. After he says he still wants to come to the ‘lonely’ house for a drink, he laughs.

  • Unidentified man shared this snap with his lover in the UK.
  • He knows that things can get lonely and won’t mind him “popping in for a cup of coffee” 
  • Some mocked this polite note, saying that it was more like an “invite”

It has become viral because of the ‘passive aggressive note’ that a husband sent to a neighbor, who was allegedly sleeping with his wife.

Taking to Reddit, the anonymous man, from the UK, shared a snap of the handwritten note penned his wife’s lover alongside a caption titled: ‘Came home to my partner in bed with someone else! Are you sure that I set the right tone?

The note read: ‘Hey, just wanted to let you know that you’re sleeping with someone who’s married and we’re not in an open relationship so you shouldn’t really be doing the dirty with her.

“I understand that things get lonely, so you can pop over to have a cup of coffee temporarily while I’m away. But in the future, could you please give me an advance notice so I can move your car?

He signed the note, ‘Cheers no.86.

An anonymous man, from the UK, wrote a 'passive aggressive' note to his a neighbour who was supposedly sleeping with his wife (pictured)

Unidentified man from the UK wrote a “passive aggressive” note to his neighbour, who was apparently sleeping with his wife.

It didn’t take long for the post to receive over 600 comments by amused forum members. 

One laughed and said, “I believe the cheers are a little passive aggressive.” “Many thanks” is a good choice. You want your clients to understand that you are serious about business, but also be grateful for future consideration.

A second sarcastically added: ‘I think saying “I don’t mind you popping over for a brew temporarily” confuses the message and potentially opens you up to the same issue happening again.’ 

Another commented, “This is quite pathetic.” Umm excuse me can you please not f*** my wife, it makes me sad. We appreciate your understanding.

Taking to the comments section, one person joked: 'I think the cheers is a bit passive aggressive'

One person commented in the comments: “I think cheers are a little passive aggressive.”

Meanwhile, a fourth wrote: ‘You must be someone who everyone can push in line of and you will just mumble to yourself; saying “you could’ve just asked, I would’ve let you in,” while a fifth simply branded the note ‘pathetic.’

A third person added that they thought the message was conveyed in an excellent rendition of British passive aggressive behavior and that such a person would stop.

This sounds more like, “I’m disappointed with you”, which is much worse than “I am mad at you.”

While I have no idea what the situation is, it’s not something I could imagine happening with the cheater in a marriage.

Some were even more skeptical and thought the note might be parodying an earlier one.

One person commented that someone posted a complaint about someone parking in their space yesterday and was teased about it.

Another person responded to an inquiry asking for the context of the note. Is this a polite invitation to the warning?