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    (Original post by sparklyteacosie)
    mmmm ice pops...

    blue ice pops....

    that's the one :p:

    i really want some
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    or, get some ice cube trays, and some sticks, put any drink you want in the ice cube trays, put the sticks in them and stick them in the freezer, tadaaa...home made ice pop
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    (Original post by sparklyteacosie)
    Same here. Its very annoy as I must learn lots of politics.. :mad:
    lol don't remind me. I really can't be bothered at the moment. i've gone into sleep mode lol.
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    (Original post by perkyDani)
    why are ALL the exams in the beginning of summer? they should be in autumn or something when its cold wet and windy so no one wants to go outside anyway.
    But if you moved the exams you would have to move the classes before sept which would mean school in the summer
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    it's 9pm and bright blue skies :eek:
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    (Original post by Scubar)
    you think its too hot?

    i had to work in a cafe all day in a roasting hot room, nowhere near a fan and it was completely dead so i had nothing to do, i nearly fell asleep
    Whats your quote about pastes going through mountains mean
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    sorry just asking picky questions its too hot here 26 in my room and rising i think i'll turn the heating on
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    LOL!i will bear it in mind when packing
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    why do they say we dont freeze them you do on the sun lollies

    isnt that bad marketing?
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    its only 23 degrees here in Wallasey And apparently 32 in london :bawling:
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    (Original post by izlah)
    why do they say we dont freeze them you do on the sun lollies

    isnt that bad marketing?
    lol, i was thinking the same thing- like they're trying to say that us consumers are too lazy to do it ourselves, or "if we were to freeze them, the product would be unsafe due to..."

    But i suppose its because people tend to buy ice-lollies when its hot, and they'd just melt as we took them home. Or maybe it "locks in the flavour" if we froze them at home. :confused:
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    (Original post by rainjan_4now)
    lol, i was thinking the same thing- like they're trying to say that us consumers are too lazy to do it ourselves, or "if we were to freeze them, the product would be unsafe due to..."

    But i suppose its because people tend to buy ice-lollies when its hot, and they'd just melt as we took them home. Or maybe it "locks in the flavour" if we froze them at home. :confused:

    ooh eer missus
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    To the Guy who was asking about York weather: It's 28 celsius where i am now, and i'm just north of York.

    In summer, it tops about 35 c, winter it will be freezing.
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    About 29 here in nottingham.
    Anyone else having trouble revising? Ive gone into sleep mode, and I cant concentrate. Time for some proplus i think
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    Help people!! i think i'm going to explode cos my heads soooo hot!!!
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    I have a nice fan so I'm not hot
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    It aint too hot, but i think living in portugal helped.
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    (Original post by SinghFello)
    About 29 here in nottingham.
    Anyone else having trouble revising? Ive gone into sleep mode, and I cant concentrate. Time for some proplus i think
    got it at 32/33 in shade.
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    Just look at this. It helps :rolleyes:

    http://www.irtc.org/ftp/pub/stills/2004-06-30/pisc.jpg
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    aaaa too humid

    it might thunder apparently cant wait
 
 
 
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