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1 hour ago, lifetime fan said:

It can hurry up and fuck off! 

It'd need to get here in the first pace in order to fuck off.

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2 minutes ago, Dougie Do'ins said:

It'd need to get here in the first pace in order to fuck off.

 

Miserable, wet and cold. 

 

Its fucking here. 

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3 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

It’s 6 in Bristol tonight according to my iCunt.

 

5 all night tonight. 

 

Had -2 and the gritters our this week. 

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Shopping in Oxford today and it was cold and dark and misty

Magical wandering around the lanes and ancient buildings. Nipped into The Bear for a pint which has been a pub since 1242

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22 minutes ago, mattyq said:

Shopping in Oxford today and it was cold and dark and misty

Magical wandering around the lanes and ancient buildings. Nipped into The Bear for a pint which has been a pub since 1242

Only a few hours as a pub then. Probably a University at 1230.

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19 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

It’s 6 in Bristol tonight according to my iCunt.

Just felt like -2 to that soft shite.

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21 hours ago, lifetime fan said:

 

Miserable, wet and cold. 

 

Its fucking here. 

 

I added them all to my gratitude list

 

Without the darkness there would be no Oxygen, decent horror flicks or wonderful views of stars in the night sky.

Without the rain, we wouldn't have drinking water, nice hot showers and baths and we'd be living in a desert.

Without the wind, cloud would never be pushed over the land to give us rain.

Without the cold we wouldn't appreciate a nice fire, hats, coats, gloves and scarves. We wouldnt appreciate feeling snug in bed or hearty meals. And we wouldn't have ice in our drinks or winter sports.

 

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17 hours ago, M_B said:

 

I added them all to my gratitude list

 

Without the darkness there would be no Oxygen, decent horror flicks or wonderful views of stars in the night sky.

Without the rain, we wouldn't have drinking water, nice hot showers and baths and we'd be living in a desert.

Without the wind, cloud would never be pushed over the land to give us rain.

Without the cold we wouldn't appreciate a nice fire, hats, coats, gloves and scarves. We wouldnt appreciate feeling snug in bed or hearty meals. And we wouldn't have ice in our drinks or winter sports.

 

I can easily live without the Winter sports as they seem to be the domain of posh cunts.

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Now, I know we have some way to go yet and we’ve got off pretty lightly so far but I’m actually feeling ok about it and that is a real positive.

 

And maybe this thread has helped 

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Currently sat in my cosy pyjamas and Christmas cashmere bed socks kidding on my life’s like a White Company photo shoot

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I fucking hate snow. Having kids makes no difference. If we wake up to snow I shout to the kids “IT’S SNOWED! QUICK, WRAP UP WARM AND TAKE THE SLEDGES OVER TO GRANDMA’S!”

 

Then I get back in bed. On second thoughts it’s not too bad. 

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