As a resident of the UK..
tomdakota wrote:... I would just like to say that I hate snow...
That is all. Any fellow Brits agree with me?
Quick lets buy some bread!
Don't forget the milk
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Yep gotta agree with you I dont mind if the snows falls over the weekend and we snowed in monday so cant go to work, but our country is rubbish at dealing with it....no matter how much or how little falls/settles :twisted:
Bread = Warburtons I hope???
But yes, our country is poor with this thing called snow that rears its ugly head once in a blue moon!
I was told you don't get snow by the sea.. Whoever told me that was lying!
Has to be warbys dont it Best bread out there :D
Yeah ive heard people say that but i think it comes in thicker and deeper by the sea, sea breeze and all that Wish i lived by the sea south london is pretty boring S.S.D.D
But I suppose it's not far from where I used to live near Redhill!
Still at least it matches Springfield....
My Peugeot tries her best!
Redhill? im not far from there small world
In the grand scheme of things you're right, it is a small world!
Must be chaos...
send in the Thunderbirds!!!!!!
As a resident of the Sonoran Desert, what is this snow you speak of?
Needs to snow more in the sense to stop us going to wrk for a few days that's ok lol
Pansies! We have to work wether it's snowed a millimeter or 2 feet.
Yeah but this is England as a country we can't cope with snow lol
You would think that as a country that gets snow, you would have preparations for snow. :?
They do... Its called the pub.
We will rescue your hottest women and bring them over here where we have sandy beaches, V-8 powered cars and the happiest place on Earth...Las Vegas!
It's all part of our plan for total world domination!!!
/I actually live in a region of the US that weather similar to the UK so I understand what your saying.
Yeah I was amazed when I lived in England (having moved there from Connecticut) that a couple inches of snow would paralyze the whole country and even shut down Heathrow! I now live in Seattle which is similar, but in New England the first little flurry and there are snowplows buzzing all over town! lol