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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
presentation in uni and new job for me this week too so I don't really want it to snow

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presentation in uni and new job for me this week too so I don't really want it to snow
Congrats on the job and good luck with that and the presentation!
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(Original post by donutaud15)
presentation in uni and new job for me this week too so I don't really want it to snow

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Probably many wouldn't want to miss their jobs I would be angry if there would be snow in London because I love my new job :erm:
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Got my snow boots, ear muffs and heated mittens at the ready, even though I don't think it will snow here...
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Dammit, I don't even have a coat/jacket let alone a scarf, hat and gloves
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I have my cat hot water bottle on standby:

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Hehehhe can't wait. I can finally cycle to uni. :ahee:
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I cant wait, where I live in uni is basically an ice cold wind tunnel, bit of a crisp change wont make much a difference
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I have a fluffy hat.

Would this be an appropriate time to say: "Winter is coming"?
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I have my cat hot water bottle on standby:

Awww. Do the two of you snuggle up and comfort each other on the long, cold nights?
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I'm really dreading this. If the cycle paths get icy I'll have to take the bus (I'm a fairweather cyclist, adding hours to my daily commute to college :ashamed:

Other than that I'm not fussed, I like the cold
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Hehehhe can't wait. I can finally cycle to uni. :ahee:
Just think it through first!
Icy slopes are only good for traversing in the downhill direction!
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I'm really dreading this. If the cycle paths get icy I'll have to take the bus (I'm a fairweather cyclist, adding hours to my daily commute to college :ashamed:

Other than that I'm not fussed, I like the cold
It does get tricky cycling when it's icy or slushy. I find it better once I'm used to it, but the first few days on a bike around town can be quite worrying. :eek:
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(Original post by Fullofsurprises)
Temperatures are going to PLUNGE according to the media, from Monday and for several weeks. :afraid:
http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2...now-uk-weather

It will fall as low as 3 degrees in many areas and there may even be snow over northern hills. :excited:

Are you ready for this extreme weather?

Are you nonchalant? :flute: Will you be huddling up? :grouphugs:

Things you will need.

* Shovels, grit, warm gloves and warm coat

* Husky team - public transport generally halts after the first flurry of snow

* Extra supplies of milk and digestives :cookie:

* Large selection of DVDs - it will be impossible to leave home :couchpotato:

******* YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED *********

This was a TSR public service announcement. Do not engage in unnecessary panic. Engage in necessary panic.
Just got back from a survival course in Siberia as it so happens.
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Just got back from a survival course in Siberia as it so happens.
Spetsnaz training course?
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Spetsnaz training course?
Yes, the same one that Major Amasova went on.
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(Original post by placenta medicae talpae)
Just think it through first!
Icy slopes are only good for traversing in the downhill direction!
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Don't worry, I'll get tennis rackets and make snowshoes for the bike. :borat:
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It is winter after all
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Yes, the same one that Major Amasova went on.
Well, I just know that the Spetsnaz run training course in stuff like Survival and anti-terrorist tactics for normal citizens.
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It is winter after all
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