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giff57

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bturk said:


No one here is working hard, apparently.

I just came in from outside, and my nipples are hard. It's freaking cold out there!
 

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giff57 said:


I just came in from outside, and my nipples are hard. It's freaking cold out there!

Yeah, then I'm sure you can imagine what its like with metal hardware installed.
 

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giff57 said:


I just came in from outside, and my nipples are hard. It's freaking cold out there!

We've got a wind chill factor here of -16F! Top that!
 

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Neither of us should complain.

Check out the temperature's that N'dite and our other friends up north are dealing with!
 

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SGB said:
Neither of us should complain.

Check out the temperature's that N'dite and our other friends up north are dealing with!

Yeah, we could be in Winnepeg at -32F
 

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because they're cold-hearted b*tches- that's why the boobies are so cold-
 
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TexasPlanner said:
That's colder than a witch's titty ...

From the Straight Dope Science Advisory Board :

"A witch's tit (or witch's teat, to use the older spelling) supposedly left a marking that witch hunters and courts would look for on the body of an accused person. Supposedly, witches would suckle their familiars, and sometimes the Devil himself, from this "unholy" body part. To find these marks, as well as insensitive spots on the skin called devil's marks--caused by the Devil's claws or teeth--the suspects were stripped, shaven, then closely examined for any blemishes, moles, or even scars that could be labeled as diabolical. To find marks invisible to the eye, the examiner would poke the victim inch by inch with a blunt needle (called a bodkin) until they found a spot that didn't feel pain or bled. Discovery of these marks or spots--one supposes they would be considered cold since they were a sign of communion with the Devil--would be "proof" of the person's dealings with Scratch, so they would be shown in full court before the execution. "
 

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I wish I could have used this technique on my ex-wife in the discovery phase of our divorce. She was Satan's lactatin' ho!
 

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jmf said:
-28C (-18F) here. My dog doesn't even want to go out.

It's colder here... -32C. But I'll give you the cold weather award, since you have the wet cold and we have the dry cold. You win!
 

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100k between 100 people- we didn't have the powerball number- or it would've been over 300 million!
 

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nerudite said:


It's colder here... -32C. But I'll give you the cold weather award, since you have the wet cold and we have the dry cold. You win!

It's been between 40 and 50 here... and sunny.
 
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i spent a while watching the dogs play on the frozen pool, very little of the snow has melted from christmas and they are having a really good time playing in the snow banks.
 

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KMateja said:
one of my friends is running a 5K in NYC this sunday - morning temps are supposed to be 18F. blargh.

Morning temp in my living room this morning at 7 am: 58 degrees....damn this old house and its drafts! (fortunately, upstairs was still 68 degrees)
 

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I'm making a warm bowl of oatmeal, as I type, in my office microwave. Bless that Quaker man!
 

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Our 3yr old son nearly has a meltdown if we run out of oatmeal for breakfast. Thankfully peanut butter toast is his 2nd favorite breakfast.
 

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El Guapo said:


I have to wear a special suit when I am in there. :)

El Guapo's special Microwave typing suit...
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Reply 937

I could use some mocrowave kettle corn.
 

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Dan said:
Reply 937

I could use some mocrowave kettle corn.

That's one good thing about it being -5F, the kettle corn vendors are not out on the roadside selling.....
 

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I wish it was not so cold, so I could go outside and get a good skiing work out in.
 

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I went to Aquafit last night for work out. It was so cold out that the pool seemed like a hot tub. It was great.
 

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i dreamed of hot tubs and tropical places last night-as i overslept in the -2 windchill morning.

my doggies dont want to go out anymore, poor beagle shivers the whole time.
 

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The weather down here is just plain ridiculous. When I left home for work yesterday morning, it was so humid and warm that I needed to put the A.C. on in the car. By the time I went to bed last night, the temperature dropped about 30-40 degrees. This morning, it's cold with an icy wind blowing. By Saturday, I'll probably be running around in shorts again!
 

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Hey try living here, where lwe experience 100 degree temperature differentials between seasons....
 

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Planderella said:
By Saturday, I'll probably be running around in shorts again!

And please keep it that way until after I leave New Orleans on Sunday!
 

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TexasPlanner said:
Does anyone else get the Sunday night blues?

Does that occur around 5 or 6 p.m. when you realize that your weekend is winding down and you must begin mentally preparing for yet another week of work and drudgery?
 
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