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I want a Yeti to hug! Please find one for me.
Found one!
*dresses up in Yeti costume*
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Found one!
*dresses up in Yeti costume*
Won't work. :nah: I will have samples of you sent to Ox for testing.
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Won't work. :nah: I will have samples of you sent to Ox for testing.
You're gonna have to do things to me to get those "samples" though :nurse:

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If a single snowflake falls, all schools will immediately close.

This amounts to a national tradition now. However, there is always one holdout school (generally somewhere mad like mid-Wales or the Cairngorms) that insists on staying open, even though the kids have to be dug out from snowdrifts in the playground.
This is my school, without a doubt! My school has never, EVER closed for anything although, sorry to spoil the rumour but my school isn't in mid-Wales
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For **** sake, just realised my radiator doesn't work.
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For **** sake, just realised my radiator doesn't work.
Light a small fire at the foot of your bed.

Remember to start with small twigs and build it up.
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Light a small fire at the foot of your bed.

Remember to start with small twigs and build it up.
Don't want to burn my toes though.
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Light a small fire at the foot of your bed.

Remember to start with small twigs and build it up.
They say a little gunpowder helps with a warm, attractive glow.
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I've got my satellite phone at the ready. I don't want to get lost on the way to Waitrose now do I? :hifro:
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I've got my satellite phone at the ready. I don't want to get lost on the way to Waitrose now do I? :hifro:
Waitrose car park, Archway, after a light flurry.

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Oh. Dear God, please don't let it snow. I beg you.
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I think the snow will miss us at South East :facepalm:
Thank god, I start a new job next week and I can't see them being pleased if I can't get in! I'm a fairly new driver and I'm not risking it if there is significant snow, I feel a bit nervous on my own as it is
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I came from a country where normal winters are usually -23C, so I'm not scared We even had -26C :teehee:
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I think it was meant as an attempt to lighten people's moods on a gloomy day. Sorry if it didn't work for you as a conversation piece.

Plus I just like talking about the weather. :teehee:
I think I was just feeling more than usually nonchalant at the time
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Looks like it's time to start wearing thick tights under the trousers. Oh dear.
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I came from a country where normal winters are usually -23C, so I'm not scared We even had -26C :teehee:
Is your country "Antarctica"?
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I ventured into Belgium yesterday, and if the weather there is a taste of what is to come for Western Europe in general, I'd hope it goes quick!
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Is your country "Antarctica"?
No But we are in Northern Europe, so winters are colder :mmm: Basically, our usual winters are -22-23C and usual summers are +25-30C :teehee: Once we had +33C :facepalm:
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Well we will have the usual comments from the great British public...

"pah call this WINTER its disgraceful how everyone overreacts to a bit of snow and cold, they don't complain in Sweden/Canada/Russia do they"

and then when the heating bill comes in

"we have to face the choice of EATING or HEATING the government should do MORE TO HELP US"

Hopefully David Cameron will tell you all to stop moaning, get to work like you should, and put a jumper on if you feel cold
The governments advice to the cold... is to stay in, and put the heating on. That's quite literally what their advice is
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