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Old 03-20-2018, 10:33 PM   #7091
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It'd be the first day of autumn. Summer seems to have ended abruptly and I have a jumper on for the first time this year.
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It'd be the first day of autumn. Summer seems to have ended abruptly and I have a jumper on for the first time this year.
Yes, it must be terrible when the temperature sinks below 25 degrees C.

We feel for you.
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Old 03-21-2018, 10:26 AM   #7093
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Yes, it must be terrible when the temperature sinks below 25 degrees C.

We feel for you.
It's alright for you, living in England's green and pleasant land. I fear that soon I shall have to put the doona on the bed. And I hate these frosty 9'C mornings.
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It's alright for you, living in England's green and pleasant land. I fear that soon I shall have to put the doona on the bed. And I hate these frosty 9'C mornings.
We weren't taught how to take a jumper off until we were ten - and even then only under adult supervision.
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only under adult supervision.
Well, I guess I never have or will supervise you

Last night, went outside for a boad, durrie, ciggie (cigarette) about 00:30, was cold, first one for the upcoming winter freeze I felt cold and even looked at the thermometer under the pergola, was a real damn cold almost palo5's hometown summer temp of 12 .... so I pretended I was palo and worked on my tan
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Well, I guess I never have or will supervise you

Last night, went outside for a boad, durrie, ciggie (cigarette) about 00:30, was cold, first one for the upcoming winter freeze I felt cold and even looked at the thermometer under the pergola, was a real damn cold almost palo5's hometown summer temp of 12 .... so I pretended I was palo and worked on my tan
You call temperatures of 20 degrees C a winter freeze. You aussies must be a lot weaker than I thought!
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You call temperatures of 20 degrees C a winter freeze. You aussies must be a lot weaker than I thought!
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20C is awesome. When it's 0C then it's cold which is common overnight where I live in winter.
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Yeah, it's been known to get down to 0'C here too. Even -1 or -2'C on rare occasions. I'm glad I don't have to get up early for work any more. Still, summer is not quite over. The weather chappies are tipping 28'C tomorrow and high teens to mid-twenties for the rest of the week.
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You call temperatures of 20 degrees C a winter freeze. You aussies must be a lot weaker than I thought!
Wikipedia tells me that the coldest temp in Estreeter's nick of the woods was "−4.4 C (24.1 F) recorded on 5 August 1997".

That's cold enough. We weak Aussies generally consider that ambient temperature below cold beer temperature is just unnatural
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