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Lightbulb So, umm...nice weather?

Yeah, nice weather today, isn't it?

Oh fine compared to yesterday at least. Morning of yesterday Dec 1 was the first day with a little snow around here with some winds that kind of knifed my ears after a quarter-mile walk across town, but today it's all bright and sunny outside, with frost gloss on the windows.

Now it's your turn.
Who the hell are you, and what do you want? In this cold/hot weather.
...Or just tell a little bit about the weather in your local area. When it started, where were you, etc. lol.
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Old 2nd December 2010, 09:21 PM
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I was in my house reading when all of a sudden it was nice outside. Must have been that sleep or something. Anyway, it is a nice warm 30 degrees outside (YES THAT ISWARM!!!! I think I shall go outside for a stroll.
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Old 2nd December 2010, 09:25 PM
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In my T SHIRT!!!!!
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Because it's warm outside!!!!!!!!
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ok then STFU!!!!

Anyone else?

XD just kidding I couldn't resist.
Every other weekday I have to walk half a mile to go to and from class, and I'd never do that in a T-shirt, not even one of them bright green ones. My skeletal forehead was slightly aching after coming home from yesterday's weather, not to mention my ears did I forget to mention my ears?

Well what color T-shirt was it?
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Old 2nd December 2010, 11:55 PM
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lime green. Go with an olive green V-neck and some grey slacks. That's what I wear everyday! The exact same pair. Every day ....... EVERY DAY
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Please..........anybody else besides this guy.........


I don't know what gray slacks are, but other than that I kind of do the same thing.

I'm inclined enough to change my shirt if I have a reason to go outside where people could notice, but other than that as long as it's not ugly I don't care. I typically really like bright or lime green shirts or those plaid black-and-white (or grayscale otherwise) shirts.

But dude, is it seriously warm out for you in 30 degree weather, or is that in Celsius?

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Old 3rd December 2010, 12:51 AM
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30 F. I was born in Northern Iowa. I have thick skin. All my thin-skinned friends started wearing coats at 40.

Well, not slacks I guess.. Cargo pants is the word. Which is odd, because for a couple years, I was wearing shorts all year long.

Oh, what I would have for Squall to chew me out right now...

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I didn't know if there was such a thing as thick skin. I only heard about it when this girl I knew was using it as an excuse for why this or that condition didn't apply to me. Well whatever thick skin is, I'm not guessing that I have it based on my lacking of endurance to lower temperatures. I saw I wasn't the only one agitated by the cold yesterday, though, so it was probably worse than simply "freezing". Well there was ice in a lot of places for the first time in 9 months.

I don't know, man...it sounds like if squall tried to chew you out, he'd stop halfway and spit, unable to penetrate skin like that. Damn man, wearing shorts in freezing weather all year. Then again I never tried it; I've always worn pants (at least at some point lol) every day that I can remember except for a couple.
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Well, Me, My parents, and my parents parents were born in Northern Iowa; cold country. So, over time, we have developed thick skin. Because nature isn't aware that we can travel from a cold place to a hot place in less than a day.

Yeah, shorts all around! Not anymore though. I'm starting to like long pants again.
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