View Full Version : A brand new month

01-09-03, 00:45
Good evening all http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

I can't believe that August is over, the last unofficial month of summer. Seeing September 1st on the forum really threw me for a second. It seems as though spring just started a few weeks ago and now autumn is on it's way.

Time does fly by, just remember to savor everyday. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

01-09-03, 01:16
Tomorrow is my sister's birthday! :D

September means that another school year has once again gone under way.

Not only is tomorrow September, we'll also be just a little over a week from the 2 year anniversary of 9/11. 2 years.....wow

John Falstaff
01-09-03, 01:21
Hi Isabella,


"Tempus Fuget".

My Father is off to Canada to see the Maple Leafs turning. I think all seasons have their beauty http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif - but I agree that it's the speed at which they pass that shocks!


01-09-03, 01:23
I love the fall, but September means school... which means getting up before noon! Eeek. Oh well, it will be good to see all my friends again.

01-09-03, 01:25
I agree time does go by fast

01-09-03, 01:27
yall are lucky I already started school http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

John Falstaff
01-09-03, 01:35

y'all lucky,

I finished long long ago!


01-09-03, 01:42
hey guys!
i get to disagree because im from australia and its freezing here!! winter is finally almost over and then spring, and then everyones fav month down here, summer!
im being a sooky la-la though because freezing here is like really warm in the states (i used to live there)
anyway theres my two cents!

01-09-03, 01:56
Freezing in Australia? lol Isn't freezing for you like 80 degrees? lol

Hi and welcome http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

01-09-03, 01:57
Hi Andromeda http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif What's your lowest tempreture for winter?

Like John my schooldays are well behind me. However, I remember them as if it were yesterday..actually I'm lying. I can barely remember my name these days. See what all you young 'uns have to look forward too.

But autumn beckons. I wonder what like a winter it will be? Any extra berries on the trees? :rolleyes:

01-09-03, 02:11
I feel sorry for foxracer, going back to school and all...wait a minute, that would mean I go there too, cuz I'm her best friend... :D

01-09-03, 02:15
there u r Ihavenoname Ive been looking for u lol ;)

01-09-03, 02:20
hey guys thanks for the welcome
we work as celcius remember
but i lived in US for 4 years so i should be able to remember farienhiet....
cold here is about 15 degrees celcius during the day and 0 degrees at night which if i remeber right is 55 degrees farenhiet and 35 degrees farnehiet respectively. yeah i am a sooky la-la!!
hot though is about 40 degrees celsius which is 100 degrees farenhiet, so im not a sook during summer! did you guys hear about the bushfires we had in januaray?

01-09-03, 02:23
I didnt......what was the bushfire and what was it about?

01-09-03, 02:25
That's a bit chillier then I thought, Andromeda! Which bit of Oz are you in if you don't mind answering? I always thought the winters were relatively mild then say, here in the UK. Brrr

01-09-03, 02:27
in january australia had a shocker...the entire east coast was consumed by bushfire. i live in canberra, the capital, and we lost over 500 homes to bushfire....it was terrible. for ten days the fires literally ravaged victoria and nsw. everyone got evacuated from the houses. it was really sad...everyone knows someone who lost a home, people were taking in people off the street. the RSPCA (royal society for prevention of cruelty to animals) burned down, and like 200 animals dies. :(
anyway the point of the my reply was to show how hot it gets here. the fires started from lightening, and because it was so hot trees were literally exploding.

01-09-03, 02:30
hey tippucat wanna help me out?
im going to uk in a few weeks and i was wondering if you could tell me a bit about how expensive london is and if you know of any cheap places to stay. and yeah it is pretty mild here compared to uk....im going to freeze when i get there!!
im from canberra the capital and we are in NSW the coldest part of australia.

01-09-03, 02:34
thanks for answering my questions.

01-09-03, 02:47
Hi Andromeda. Are you in the Youth Hostels? I actually live in London and haven't a clue. That's 'cos I don't originate from here I suppose. You should check out as much info on websites as poss.

You can eat out really cheaply though nites out are dear. Great nite life though depending on what you like. You should have been here a few weeks ago when it was very hot. Getting cooler now so don't forget the woolies.

Public transport is great (not as good as Paris but infinatly better then Aberdeen). Cheap. No tubes after 12.30 am but night buses will take you all over London.

Blimey, so much info. Tell me what you need to know and I'll have a scout around. When will you be here? If you can you do need to see some of Scotland. Beautiful. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

01-09-03, 02:54
thanks your a hero. yeah i hear the night life is brillant over there.... my bartender at work is from UK and he says Australian clubs are like the size of a toliet in a UK club....haha. i cant wait to get there, its going to be so much fun. i'll be there in a few weeks will it be really really cold? oh no, im going to sook so bad!

01-09-03, 03:21
Originally posted by andromeda_eats:
[QB sook [/QB]Translation please! In Scotland it means 'suck', like have a 'sook of your bottle'. I suspect that it's totally different in Oz?

01-09-03, 03:31
sooky la-la or sook means baby, or to have a cry.
someone is a sook, or sooks over something if there being a baby. sooky la-la means the same. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Steven B
01-09-03, 06:39
Pinch, punch, first day of the month!
LOL!!! :D :D :D