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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by TorontoReign, Jan 3, 2015.
So you look like your avatar?
Well stop walking in the snow asshole.
Snow is melting already, thank climate change for that. Had never seen snow in my life, living in Colombia.
Are you a Colombian drug lord in exile?
He's obviously the son of Pablo Escobar
I can walk normally outside again. What a relief. Compacted snow is covering the ice.
I sometimes want to ask you people who live places where snow never appears - how often, a year, do you lucky folks fall flat on the ground?
Like, on average, a year, how often do you:
Fall right on your hip
Fall right on your wrists, and dig gravel and ice in under your skin?
Slip down stairs, with shopping bags in both hands, tumbling around like a failed action stunt man?
Oh, no times a year? Never?
Lucky, lucky, lucky bastards.
Pablo Escobar put all his seed in the cocaine americans buy.
Zegh, no snow doesn't mean we get no heavy rain or hail.
I'm refering to the every-day-danger of it. Slipping, landing wrong, and just dying. I will never do a "cannonball" at the swimming pool for example, cus I always imagine myself being that one unlucky schmuck who slipped, cracked the back of my head against the pool edge, and just bubbled down to the bottom without anybody even noticing
Those big apple-sized hails are another good every-day-danger. We don't get those here.
I live in the desert,
and it snowed.
I like this trend.
I did fall on my ass trying to cut distance, and today we had to walk on a frozen over road because we decided to take the scenic route, it looked like out of atrite comedy sketch.
Yeah, my pipes busted on my trailer that we haven't moved into yet, so we are stuck in this old ass house for the winter....again.
A Colombian in Poland? Nice. I once was in this cooking class here in Finland and there was a guy from Colombia in the same class. We made these things called "korvapuusti" and he liked them very much
Here's a picture of them. They are like these big scones with big pieces of sugar on top. Do they look appetizing? The Colombian guy took the recipe for those things to Colombia with him.
Over here (Northern Finland) it's supposed to be -27ºC (= -16.600ºF) in a couple of days. I just got done snow ploughing about 15-20 cm of snow from my front yard.
it's january and absolutely no snow outside, I love climat change
also korvapuusti looks yummy
I have seen those, altho they just call them Bizcochos (biscuit).
I am leaving tomorrow, lots of cabbages, lambs and pigs were eaten, it was pretty cool, except for the whole getting sick with flu for five days thing.
It's just Al Gore shoveling that snow away like a hero, don't fall for his tricks!
In Buenos Aires it snows approx once every 80 years. But you are more than welcome to feel how your body is being slowly cooked in the humid summer heat.
i looked up average temperatures in buenos aires and it's not bad
i remember summer 2013 in poland, we had some tough shit during august (39 degrees celsius)
We had 30C one summer here in central Norway. Everything ground to a halt, sweatty news-cast told people to stay indoors, drink a lot of water, and watch out for each others
I got family in Spain, and last time I visited, temperatures would be at 45-46, and all I could do was just... tolerate. It's the same thing I do when winter whips wet snow in my face at hurricane velocities, just tolerate it, cry silently on the inside, but tolerate
46 celsius in spain?
there go my vacations plans