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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Big Rob, Jul 21, 2008.
36 degrees is when an australian says "gee, its a bit warm today"
This is just like the Canadians who think it's still shorts and t-shirt weather down to -15, and tell people to stop #%[email protected] at -50. Acclimatization might, maybe, sort of have an itty bitty little bit of significance, perhaps?
norwegians are like that. there was a norwegian girl that i went to primary school with...and she never wore a jumper or long pants with her uniform.
We're having yet another shitty cloudy and non-hot summer.
36 is when the arabs throw on a jumper
Ugh, it's true :/
Yeah, those pics are from a week ago.
Tell us your wet bulb temperature.
It's so gorgeous here today, I think I'll go for a picnic.
I want a picnic! #$%#ing job. Ugh.
Bull. Everyone moans when its above 35 for a few days.
Haha, your job sounds pretty strict.
You can't do personal calls and you aren't allowed to eat lunch outside!
Maybe that fatman you live with can drive out in his toaster to take you to the park for a pique-nique.
I have a standard office job, so I'm at work when fun daytime activities take place. There's no picnic area here, anyway, my building is in the middle of the city. I miss stupid, slack jobs!
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It was chilly last night, I only woke up twice.
I'm surprised it's only 80°F.
I got back from my picnic in this glorious weather a little while ago. I found a pic on the internet of part of the place:
someone call the waaaaaaaaaaaaaambulance, its -4c in Canberra right now, and I'm not cool with that.
Because where all hippies and FAGGOTS.
Where are they?