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is anyone getting very depressed about the state of the weather? its like 4.55 and its already nearly dark! and its cold....

im really having a problem with this winter lark, i just dont like it! anyone got the same problem?
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Came into work with my warm trousers and wooly socks on only to find they've turned on the bloody heating :mad:
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The weather can't make up it's mind over here. It's real nice and warm during the day then it starts getting cold in the evening and is freezing by nightfall. It's like summer, fall and winter all in a 24 hour timeframe.
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The weather can't make up it's mind over here. It's real nice and warm during the day then it starts getting cold in the evening and is freezing by nightfall. It's like summer, fall and winter all in a 24 hour timeframe.
Argh! I hear these types of conversation from old people at bus stops!

Lol.. sorry no offence
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Argh! I hear these types of conversation from old people at bus stops!

Lol.. sorry no offence
*puts on coat grabs walker and heads to the bus stop*
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is anyone getting very depressed about the state of the weather? its like 4.55 and its already nearly dark! and its cold....

im really having a problem with this winter lark, i just dont like it! anyone got the same problem?

Its called winter, get over it! The clocks rolled back you idiot jeeesh!

But that said, some people do suffer from a mental condition called SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER (S.A.D) so if you really are depressed about the seasonal change then maybe you have got this condition? Check it out.
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*puts on coat grabs walker and heads to the bus stop*
Lol
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Argh! I hear these types of conversation from old people at bus stops!

Lol.. sorry no offence

I am an OAP whats your excuse?
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Its called winter, get over it! The clocks rolled back you idiot jeeesh!

But that said, some people do suffer from a mental condition called SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER (S.A.D) so if you really are depressed about the seasonal change then maybe you have got this condition? Check it out.
And of course there is AAGSD (Arogant A Grade Student Disorder)
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i've just come back from lanzorate a few days ago, thats partially the reason...

but still this weather makes me sad, everyones tucked up inside and everything

i might have to imirgrate when i finish uni
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I agree I don't care for winter myself.
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very wet here, but theres nothing nicer than stormy weather...a real turn on in fact.
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Its called winter, get over it! The clocks rolled back you idiot jeeesh!

But that said, some people do suffer from a mental condition called SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER (S.A.D) so if you really are depressed about the seasonal change then maybe you have got this condition? Check it out.
Get a friend.
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If you play rugger, the ground is now finally soft enough to play on properly, it might be cold n wet now but it beats the concussions you get on concrete hard dry ground!
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