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PSone
08-02-05, 10:26
I tell you - I needed a full prescription of these over the last few days!

http://www.users.on.net/~gquincey/fukitol.jpg

[ 08. February 2005, 10:28: Message edited by: PSone ]

Tramp
08-02-05, 10:35
Oh Boy Grant can I relate to that.

What has the weather been like in sunny Queensland today. We got up to about 41C. We were supposed to put up the fibreglass awning today. Not in that heat. Really humid too, feel like a dried out dish cloth. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

Anubis_AF
08-02-05, 10:59
LOL! Funny! :D

PSone
08-02-05, 11:01
Originally posted by Tramp:
Oh Boy Grant can I relate to that.

What has the weather been like in sunny Queensland today. We got up to about 41C. We were supposed to put up the fibreglass awning today. Not in that heat. Really humid too, feel like a dried out dish cloth. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif 36 here today, heading for 38 tomorrow and Thursday. I am soooo very sick of it! Unless I am at the beach, I don't wanna know about the sun! Wow - 41, feels like I am in Darwin again!!

croft28
09-02-05, 05:18
YES 41!....i couldnt bloody sleep last nite from all the heat damn it!

Btw, funny pic. I think alot of us could use that pill.

andromeda_eats
09-02-05, 05:27
Ha. We had a charming 35 today. Nice and pleasant. :D

PSone
09-02-05, 09:33
Another stinker today. Phew! Give me some sweet a/c!

Catlantean
09-02-05, 17:51
For all you complaining Australians, greetings from frozen Croatia! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

15 degrees below zero here right now :eek:

[ 09. February 2005, 17:54: Message edited by: Catlantean ]

Tramp
09-02-05, 21:10
Cat I can just feel it. Curled up on the lounge with my computer. My fire burning (I have a fuel fire) with my dogs and cats cuddled up with me. It sounds delightful.

If you have not experienced days in a row of over 35C with the humidity through the roof making it impossible to do anything. The heat drains every bit of energy out of you. Being constantly wet with sweat. When even at night it doesn't cool down and you can't sleep. Not everyone can afford an air conditioner or the cost of the electricity to run it, especially 24/7.

Anubis_AF
09-02-05, 23:05
It's amazing here... The snow has covered everything, but unfortunately many have died in car accidents. The weather isn't bad now, but the wind is very very fast and cold. Winter. *sighs* :D