Postby Tama on Mon 14/Jan/02 10:01am

Looking out at the blue sky this morning I was stupidly optimistic enough to look at the weather forecast for the week...

Monday: Patchy Rain
Tuesday: Patchy Rain
Wednesday: Patchy Rain
Thursday: Patchy Rain

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARSE...  :(
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Postby mooser on Mon 14/Jan/02 12:52pm

as they say... "don't like the weather in wellington? Wait a minute."

fun fun fun
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Postby Tama on Mon 14/Jan/02 1:14pm

Can we blame it all on farmers?

I mean they're the ones constantly complaining about droughts - the wusses.

If it doesn't rain where their farm is they should think about a couple of things...
1. If you cut the trees down it rains less - so it's their fault
2. If it really doesn't rain perhaps they should be farming camels (mmm... camel steak)

And now the rain is coming down in buckets and they start going "all our sheep are washing away" - backbone of the nation my arse - a bunch of whining wussy pansies more like it.
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Postby Wookie on Mon 14/Jan/02 5:05pm

But they're loved by Gnomes.......... :baaa:
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Postby seamonkey on Tue 15/Jan/02 2:45am

england, london, you don't know how lucky you are. nuff said  :(
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Postby Jono on Tue 15/Jan/02 7:23am

Actually, the old London winter hasn't been that bad so far - it's been overcast for the last week or so, but it's not really raining, and it's not too cold (8 degrees today)...

...that said, I preferred it when it was -4 - at least then the mud was frozen, and cleaning the bike was easy :)
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Postby Tama on Tue 15/Jan/02 8:50am

Normally at this time of the year everyone's walking around with sunburnt noses going "Christ it's Hot" - but this morning I was splashing through torrents of water on the way to work and watching storm water grates overflow...

What gives?
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Postby CrustyPVC on Tue 15/Jan/02 9:05am

Its pants man, this is shit. I gonna start building a ark. Book early for your berth.
What is it with those people who walk down the footpath with umbrellas large enough to fit a small NZ town under, its nuts.
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Postby Jono on Tue 15/Jan/02 9:14am

And that's why we bought our house in Brooklyn - we knew it was going to be beachfront territory one day  :D
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Postby CaptainCaveman on Thu 1/Feb/07 11:05am

Tama wrote: Normally at this time of the year everyone's walking around with sunburnt noses going "Christ it's Hot" - but this morning I was splashing through torrents of water on the way to work and watching storm water grates overflow...

What gives?



Some things never change...
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Postby propster on Thu 1/Feb/07 11:07am

CaptainCaveman wrote:
Tama wrote: Normally at this time of the year everyone's walking around with sunburnt noses going "Christ it's Hot" - but this morning I was splashing through torrents of water on the way to work and watching storm water grates overflow...

What gives?



Some things never change...


Apparently it is hot as christ here. which i would say is hot. But i haven't noticed it.
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Postby dhroadie on Thu 1/Feb/07 11:08am

yep, looking out over my kingdom at the bottom of the terrace at the moment, not raining but so dark cars have their lights on and it's windy as arse.

fucking gay weather
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Postby spg on Thu 1/Feb/07 11:59pm

wow, this is like a 5 year bitch about January weather!
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Postby Oli on Fri 2/Feb/07 12:05am

Caveman trawling old threads to say something crap in for a change...
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Postby dhroadie on Fri 2/Feb/07 9:56am

i wouldn't mind minging days like yesterday so much if you could be sure they'd be followed by a cracker like today. :thumbsup:
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