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    Is there a lot of it?

    I'm supposed to be taking the train from Canterbury to London on Saturday and meeting my sister in the centre (who's also travelling to London, but from the west) but I'm wondering:
    a) If the trains will be running as normal, and
    b) What I should wear


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    (Original post by >Anna<)
    Is there a lot of it?

    I'm supposed to be taking the train from Canterbury to London on Saturday and meeting my sister in the centre (who's also travelling to London, but from the west) but I'm wondering:
    a) If the trains will be running as normal, and
    b) What I should wear


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    I'm not in central London :emo:
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    wear a bra, wiv a low cut shirt showig ur boobs and hot pants with hooker pink lipstik.
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    Trains are pretty much running as normal, I think there are a couple of delays on the underground but nothing too bad.
    Wrap up warm. The wind makes your face feel like it's gonna fall off.
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    (Original post by battyboybetterknow)
    wear a bra, wiv a low cut shirt showig ur boobs and hot pants with hooker pink lipstik.
    Wow, it's like you've seen inside my wardrobe :eek:
    Also, how would you describe this 'hooker pink'? :holmes:

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    Trains are pretty much running as normal, I think there are a couple of delays on the underground but nothing too bad.
    Wrap up warm. The wind makes your face feel like it's gonna fall off.
    Ah, thanks That wind sounds delightful!
    Is there a lot of ice on the ground (ie, do I have to be careful what shoes I wear? )
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    (Original post by >Anna<)
    Wow, it's like you've seen inside my wardrobe :eek:
    Also, how would you describe this 'hooker pink'? :holmes:


    Ah, thanks That wind sounds delightful!
    Is there a lot of ice on the ground (ie, do I have to be careful what shoes I wear? )

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    (Original post by battyboybetterknow)
    Noted. Thanks.
    Will the fake tan help me with the cold too?
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    (Original post by >Anna<)
    Noted. Thanks.
    Will the fake tan help me with the cold too?
    no, baking ur face wiv makeup making urself nothing liek urself will. xxx
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    (Original post by battyboybetterknow)
    no, baking ur face wiv makeup making urself nothing liek urself will. xxx
    Aight, shall do that. Cheers for the tips
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    (Original post by >Anna<)
    Wow, it's like you've seen inside my wardrobe :eek:
    Also, how would you describe this 'hooker pink'? :holmes:


    Ah, thanks That wind sounds delightful!
    Is there a lot of ice on the ground (ie, do I have to be careful what shoes I wear? )
    I haven't seen much ice :no: but don't wear heels or anything just in case :mute:

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    LOL it snowed like a ***** overnight. Things may have changed
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    Good advice Johnny lad
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    (Original post by >Anna<)
    Is there a lot of it?

    I'm supposed to be taking the train from Canterbury to London on Saturday and meeting my sister in the centre (who's also travelling to London, but from the west) but I'm wondering:
    a) If the trains will be running as normal, and
    b) What I should wear


    Thanks
    You're from canterbury?!

    Southeastern is so crap i doubt the trains will be running but if they do it will be a less frequent service so ring up before you leave. A replacement bus should be running but it will be packed out and realllly infrequent.

    Your best bet is getting the national express 007 up. Where you heading? I know it goes to embankment
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    (Original post by Johnny Christ)
    I haven't seen much ice :no: but don't wear heels or anything just in case :mute:

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    LOL it snowed like a ***** overnight. Things may have changed
    I would have thought heels would be good to wear in the snow as they have a picaxe effect in ice thus providing much better grip
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    (Original post by Johnny Christ)
    I haven't seen much ice :no: but don't wear heels or anything just in case :mute:

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    LOL it snowed like a ***** overnight. Things may have changed
    Ah, ok. Yeah, I woke up to a load more snow overnight and uni's sent out an email saying 'it is currently not safe to come onto the Canterbury campus.'
    Looks like a day off!
    Ok, not my slightly heeled boots then...wellies it is! Thanks for the advice


    (Original post by rugbyladosc)
    You're from canterbury?!

    Southeastern is so crap i doubt the trains will be running but if they do it will be a less frequent service so ring up before you leave. A replacement bus should be running but it will be packed out and realllly infrequent.

    Your best bet is getting the national express 007 up. Where you heading? I know it goes to embankment
    UKC
    Hmm, sounds like I'd better check. I thought about taking the 007, but it's actually more expensive than the train. Will reconsider. Thanks.
 
 
 
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