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How's the weather?

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Fog at present but we are promised a fine day once it burns off.

Spooky for March: students out in shorts and T-shirts.

I KNEW you two and Sidewinder would be posting on this thread today!

We Brits are so predictable!

Bloody lovely here anyway.

Can't believe the number of idiots out there in shorts and flip-flops and driving covertible soft-tops today. Where do they think they are - Ibiza? :rolleyes:

I suspect they bought the convertible soft-tops today on a whim to celebrate their tax windfall.

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Fog at present but we are promised a fine day once it burns off.

Spooky for March: students out in shorts and T-shirts.

I KNEW you two and Sidewinder would be posting on this thread today!

We Brits are so predictable!

Bloody lovely here anyway.

Can't believe the number of idiots out there in shorts and flip-flops and driving covertible soft-tops today. Where do they think they are - Ibiza? :rolleyes:

I suspect they bought the convertible soft-tops today on a whim to celebrate their tax windfall.

Alas, poor granny! :(

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Fog at present but we are promised a fine day once it burns off.

Spooky for March: students out in shorts and T-shirts.

I KNEW you two and Sidewinder would be posting on this thread today!

We Brits are so predictable!

Bloody lovely here anyway.

Can't believe the number of idiots out there in shorts and flip-flops and driving covertible soft-tops today. Where do they think they are - Ibiza? :rolleyes:

I suspect they bought the convertible soft-tops today on a whim to celebrate their tax windfall.

Alas, poor granny! :(

Quite! But granny never fagged for us at Eton.

Edited by A Lark Ascending

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Fog at present but we are promised a fine day once it burns off.

Spooky for March: students out in shorts and T-shirts.

I KNEW you two and Sidewinder would be posting on this thread today!

We Brits are so predictable!

Bloody lovely here anyway.

Can't believe the number of idiots out there in shorts and flip-flops and driving covertible soft-tops today. Where do they think they are - Ibiza? :rolleyes:

I suspect they bought the convertible soft-tops today on a whim to celebrate their tax windfall.

Alas, poor granny! :(

Quite! But granny never fagged for us at Eton.

I hope this thread isn't being misunderstood on the other side of the pond. :unsure:

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Fog at present but we are promised a fine day once it burns off.

Spooky for March: students out in shorts and T-shirts.

I KNEW you two and Sidewinder would be posting on this thread today!

We Brits are so predictable!

Bloody lovely here anyway.

Can't believe the number of idiots out there in shorts and flip-flops and driving covertible soft-tops today. Where do they think they are - Ibiza? :rolleyes:

I suspect they bought the convertible soft-tops today on a whim to celebrate their tax windfall.

Alas, poor granny! :(

Quite! But granny never fagged for us at Eton.

:unsure:

The 'convertible' was a beat-up Astra chav-mobile coming out of Tesco !

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Beautiful spring weather here up north and warmer than usual. Will have a walk with my girlfriend tomorrow after she has come back from work.

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Trees are barely starting to turn to green but temperatures have been going up. 21°C (70F) yesterday, same scheduled for today.

Time for walks along the Seine river!

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I hope this thread isn't being misunderstood on the other side of the pond. :unsure:

It's not being any kind of understood by me; misunderstood might help... :g

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I hope this thread isn't being misunderstood on the other side of the pond. :unsure:

It's not being any kind of understood by me; misunderstood might help... :g

Yes, perhaps we should include a glossary for:

granny tax

chav

Astra

fagging at Eton

:lol:

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I hope this thread isn't being misunderstood on the other side of the pond. :unsure:

It's not being any kind of understood by me; misunderstood might help... :g

Yes, perhaps we should include a glossary for:

granny tax

chav

Astra

fagging at Eton

:lol:

tax windfall seems to be clearly understood on both sides of the Pond.

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I hope this thread isn't being misunderstood on the other side of the pond. :unsure:

It's not being any kind of understood by me; misunderstood might help... :g

Yes, perhaps we should include a glossary for:

granny tax

chav

Astra

fagging at Eton

:lol:

tax windfall seems to be clearly understood on both sides of the Pond.

- particularly when the wealthiest are on the receiving end! <_<

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I hope this thread isn't being misunderstood on the other side of the pond. :unsure:

It's not being any kind of understood by me; misunderstood might help... :g

Yes, perhaps we should include a glossary for:

granny tax

chav

Astra

fagging at Eton

:lol:

You forgot 'Tesco' :D

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I hope this thread isn't being misunderstood on the other side of the pond. :unsure:

It's not being any kind of understood by me; misunderstood might help... :g

Yes, perhaps we should include a glossary for:

granny tax

chav

Astra

fagging at Eton

:lol:

tax windfall seems to be clearly understood on both sides of the Pond.

- particularly when the wealthiest are on the receiving end! <_<

Ah, well wasn't the windfall in the apple orchard reserved for the pigs because of the need of the farm to benefit from their brains.

Anyway, the rich and wealthy need this extra money. How else will they be able to afford the required fee to bring their concerns to the notice of the government?

Sorry - weather's gone political! It's gorgeous out there. I'm going to buy some new border thingys to replace the ones that have rotted away making the garden look like a succession of minor landslides.

Edited by A Lark Ascending

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Today...rain.

Badly needed rain.

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Where are you located? Info would help. Me, I am in San Bernardino, Calif. and for the last three days it has been over 100 degrees F also. :tophat:

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Ding dong, the Jet Stream has gone. First decent day since mid May yesterday and this morning the sky is cloudless blue.

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Still hot and dry. The real drag is, I've got to get off my arse and paint the doors and doorsteps. And it's no good me arguing that a woman's work is never done :D That cuts no ice with my good lady.

MG

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9.30am, the balcony thermometer reads 42C.

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Good that there's a few cooler days coming up after this week's baking conditions. It will be better for the athletics too.

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H36 L26.

Even the Sri Lankan waitress at my favourite restaurant was wilting today. Tokyo in mid summer is truly murderously hot.

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Same here in San Bernardino at the Foothills.

:tophat:

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78 degrees and clear in L.A. at 8:30pm.

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After an indifferent week with some fairly drizzly days, Thursday was spectacular, Friday pleasant too. Much warmer than of late. I see an Indian summer coming on, just as the schools go back.

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