Sunday, December 21, 2014

Winter

A reminder.

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The winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere begins on Sunday, December 21st at 6:03 p.m. EST.

20 comments:

  1. why do the pool boys vanish
    whenever you need a towel?

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  2. Have you seen a willy after its been out in the cold? They tend to shrivel up very, very small indeed. This gentleman, on the other hand, seems very pleased to see you.

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  3. Living in San Francisco, winter and summer are pretty much the same except for the decorations at Macy's.

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    1. Living in the UK, winter and summer are pretty much the same except for the biscuit selection available in Lidl's.
      Apologies for recycling your comment, Mr Peenee.
      Sx

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    2. Slightly cooler drizzle. Jx

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    3. That's about the size of it, Jon!
      But, apparently we're going to have a cold and frosty Christmas morning like in the days of yore. Santa will be able to leave his canoe at home this year.
      Sx

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    4. Looking at the Met Office forecast, in London we might get some cold fog by Boxing Day followed by more rain, so same as usual really. Jx

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    5. I'll believe my happy seasonal scenario when I see it; they've been completely wrong about it for the last three weeks.
      Look at us two, being British, and having a lengthy weather conversation. I must be away now to make tea.
      Sx

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  4. It's turtleneck season, I see.

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  5. you know something? That's the perfect way to dress for a downunder summer too...

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  6. If he's in the cold any longer, he'll soon need to have his chestnuts roasting on an open fire, after frostbite has nipped at his hose (and holes).

    Happy Holidays!

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  7. And ten seconds later his smile turned to a frown as 'Little Homer' froze to the recliner...

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    1. You should see him handling his "snowblower".

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  9. why was my first thought: blue balls? xoxoxox

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  10. Come in from the cold? He'll have to warm it up with his hands first.

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