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Liverpudlian

Wilting in this heat

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Ay it’s been a bit cosy this week !!

Picked the wrong week to start tiling outside I suppose but needs to be done before the rains come !!
Luckily have a bit of a breeze and not too bad in the shade, but in direct sunshine.... no thanks, just don’t have the protection up top anymore !!

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I had to put me big coat on earlier, didn't wanna get a chill in me kidneys :drunk:

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11 hours ago, lungbing said:

What do you robe them in?

Yeh yeh, Westminster road primary school reject , but later to escape and trabel the glob 😜

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8 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:

I had to put me big coat on earlier, didn't wanna get a chill in me kidneys :drunk:

My god !! you still have em both.

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11 hours ago, Andrew Dwyer said:

Ay it’s been a bit cosy this week !!

Picked the wrong week to start tiling outside I suppose but needs to be done before the rains come !!
Luckily have a bit of a breeze and not too bad in the shade, but in direct sunshine.... no thanks, just don’t have the protection up top anymore !!

Absolutely bucketed down last night for a good 2 hours , welly happy cows welly good gleen glass.

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37 minutes ago, Liverpudlian said:

Absolutely bucketed down last night for a good 2 hours , welly happy cows welly good gleen glass.

Had a storm middle of last week for about an hour, I dashed around moving stuff under cover but needn’t have bothered the rain came literally sideways and the wind changed direction to make sure it soaked everything !!

 

On the other hand, 30 minutes after the storm it was like it never happened and and the car  was gleener !!

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15 hours ago, Gecko123 said:

Like I'm less of a man for not reveling in this tropical heat wave?

You are dude. Real men would be out digging a ditch with no shirt or running a marathon

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A bit of a head scratcher that anyone would move to a hot tropical country and then whinge about the weather? 

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1 minute ago, grifbel said:

A bit of a head scratcher that anyone would move to a hot tropical country and then whinge about the weather? 

I know of people who've bought property close to airports and then complain about the aircraft noise. There's none so queer as folk

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30 minutes ago, grifbel said:

A bit of a head scratcher that anyone would move to a hot tropical country and then whinge about the weather? 

Well look at it this way, folks such as your good self would have bugger all to whine back with ey ! 😋

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Moves to the tropics: surprised it's hot. 

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20 hours ago, Spidey said:

Often said England's equivalent of lumberjacks.

 

 

I always assumed that it was due to wearing women's clothing rather than the hard work though.

 

Ironically, Michael Palin's a Yorkshireman.

 

 

Alas, the trannie tribes would today twitter this off the airwaves.....

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20 hours ago, worgeordie said:

I expect most of the posters on this thread are British,we always

complain about the weather,too hot ,too cold,too wet.too whatever.

I honestly dont feel its hot yet,I don't have A/c,as I don't like them.

sleep with the windows open,same downstairs windows open in

the day,have lots trees ,bushes and water around the house,which

keep it cool,you can feel the difference when you go outside.

 

When in the house I,just wear a sarong,and put on fan in afternoon,

if you are feeling the heat now,I can promise you ain't felt nothing yet.

I would rather be here feeling the heat,than freezing my arse off in UK.

 

regards worgeordie

 

I don't think a sarong would go down well in Sunderland....

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I was in Bangkok last weekend and with the haze was probably only about 30 degrees, so quite comfortable as not too humid.

In the house a fan is enough cooling by day and at night can have the air con at 26 degrees.

 

 

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22 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

Got a mate comes to see me from Garston (where I'm from), arriving after Songkran, and he would swap Liverpool for Khon Kaen any day, if he had the money.

Comparing the 2 cities, here wins hands down, and well worth putting up with some extreme heat for. 

Only a few things cause me (occasionally) to visit "The Pool", marriages, deaths and a visit to Anfield to watch the Redmen. Same goes for the rest of the UK. I prefer my little place in Pattaya by the sea.

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