Tuesday, 11 February 2014

This weather is getting on my tits

I thought that things couldn't get any worse ( see previous post)
Then I looked out onto the Ukrainian village at 4 pm
Bleeding global warming! 

36 comments:

  1. Gets to you, huh! We go through this every winter in Ontario. This one has been very tiring. Hang in there. Deb

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  2. Ah, solid white rain. Bring it on, I say.

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  3. As a snow-lover and winter-lover I say, calm your tits!!!

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  4. Today we've had monsoon, blizzard, sunshine and gale force winds. FFS when will it end!?

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    1. Not seen you for a while nana
      Nice to hear from you x

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    2. Nice to be here. x
      In answer to your Ben Cohen question, he was everything you would expect.....high,tight,pert.....in all the right places!

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  6. Call THAT snow?!
    Jane x

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    1. I know, I know........it's just the fact we have snow AFTER the fucking overwhelming rain!
      Love ya btw xxxxxx

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    2. quit your whining; Jane is right that's nothing!!

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    3. Just a dusting-like icing sugar!!

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    4. You want to see snow-come to the Rocky Mountains! We'll have snow on our lawn 'til June, we have so much of it .

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  7. Global weirding. And I cannot tell you how much I would love EITHER the rain or the snow you (and others) have been getting.

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    1. Take it sweetie xxx take it

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  8. Wouldn't mind a bit of cool at the moment - not the white stuff tho'
    What was it my mother used to say - 'chin up darling, worse things happen at sea'. No idea what she meant lol

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  9. Tis just winter, spring next then a nice hot summer....... Well longer daytime at least.

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  10. i have all my water dripping and cabinets open trying to fend off frozen pipes for like the 5 millionth time this frigging winter. and i LOVE winter.

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  11. Am tired of this white stuff myself. It is never ending here.

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  12. I guess it does all seem a bit much after the rain you've been having. Still....after looking at my 6 foot plus snow banks I have a little trouble working up any sympathy lol. Ah summer...where are you?????

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  13. It's 0.6C here, and we just had a freaking thunderstorm! It's been raining all day and no warmer than 1C all day.
    I understand your frustration, John. *hugs* ♥

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  14. The photo looks old fashioned.

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  15. Are you saying a sturdy Welshman is gonna be defeated by some fairy dust? Pull up yer knickers and set to, man. Time for snow angels!

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  16. It is going to be frigging 90 this weekend. !
    It is suppose to be 60 with rain in the valley and snow in the mountains !
    I am so feed up with this weather as you are with yours. Summer will be one huge fire season.
    Tucson need some rain !

    Lovely photo
    cheers, parsnip

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  17. Angryparsnip has a right to be angry--as does San Diego and any drought impacted place. One comment above asked what could happen next? Well, there is always the caldera in Yellowstone National Park...it about time for it to create havoc and world-wide disasters.

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  18. Be positive; that's a wonderful photo. May I suggest Christmas Card 2014.

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  19. I think that is what is known as 'a light dusting'.

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  20. We have more rain; send your snow to me !

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  21. Now John, don't start hyperventilating over half an inch (sorry by I don't do metric) of snow - yesterday was bad enough! We have had a similar amount yesterday - it went during the day - and again this morning. But worry not - it is February, not November and Spring can't be all that far away. Can it??

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  22. It's getting on my tits as well. It would be if I had any. If two fried eggs are tits then I suppose I do :o))

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  23. Yep looking more like a Ukrainian village by the minute..

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  24. We are getting hit with ice storms all the way to the South Carolina coast. Where I am is almost sub-tropical. The climate change nay-savers are getting the weather blasted at them this year.

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  25. We had some of that here yesterday afternoon. Lashed all mucky, haily and slushy for about 60 seconds and then melted away in the next 60! At the moment the gales are approaching -- no doubt it's worse where you are though.

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