Richard Hawley

Summer or Winter?
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Author:  caryne [ Thu Aug 12, 2004 11:55 am ]
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Dee Dee Ramone wrote:
Bah humbug you coldies!

Being a keen student of the female form, bring on the warmth and the clothes they don't wear. Nothing better than a lunchtime stroll around a city centre patch of grass to check on tanning levels.


Well, not for quite the same reason as Dee Dee, but I'm surprised so many of you like the cold...must say, I don't like wearing lots of clothes either! *

Author:  Guest [ Thu Aug 12, 2004 12:09 pm ]
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Cold is cool as i get to wear my Matthew Ryan coat and pretend i'm a Jedi :shock: :roll:

Author:  NickD [ Thu Aug 12, 2004 12:18 pm ]
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Winter means:

The football season
My birthday
Bonfire night
Log fires in pubs
Hazy mornings
Crisp, sunny days

Author:  Dave [ Thu Aug 12, 2004 1:43 pm ]
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.......Grannies sliding on the ice
getting snowed in so you dont have to go to work
lots of gigs when the students return from their 6 month summer break
Santa's little helpers

........its time we all moved and went to live with Monty in Copenhagen.....Chillsville!!! :wink:

Author:  Extreme Rice [ Thu Aug 12, 2004 10:00 pm ]
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I'm useless with streetnames but I think I do know where Herga Road is. The Wealdstone FC ground is indeed now a Tesco, and not a bad one either. The pub where the High Numbers played (as seen in the gatefold sleeve of Meaty, Beaty, Big & Bouncy) burnt down about four years ago, after standing empty for a few years.

I've chosen not to live in Wealdstone, but I work there.

Author:  Galene Megale [ Fri Aug 13, 2004 10:00 am ]
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Wealdstone rivals Wembley and Grafton, West Virginia, U.S.A., in my list of most depressing places in the developed world. I understand it used to be nicer than it is now, though.

I prefer cold days -- and I love rain and snow!

Author:  Galene Megale [ Fri Aug 13, 2004 10:19 am ]
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sheffieldsean wrote:
Summer time invariably means hay fever and asthma, not to mention being attacked by wasps and bloody daddy long legs.

Fascinating fact (erm ... not really): In America, the term 'daddy longlegs' refers to an entirely different creepy-crawly than it does in Britain. Behold the American daddy longlegs:


These, too, are summer creatures. They're completely harmless, but really creeped me out as a kid.

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