Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by brandon.roeder, Dec 10, 2008.
It's snowing at my house!
haha and it was over 60 here in jersey:laugh2:
so that's where all my snow went...
yeah, it snowed here near San Antonio last night...too bad it didn't last.
And of course it's snowing up here in Rochester, NY. And I'm sure it's snowing in Maine too. Chyesss!
Isn't is always snowing there??
Lol almost. Rochester is between Buffalo and Syracuse, so we get the lake effect too. The roads are preeeetty icy today. Gotta be careful when driving to paintball practice tonight.
Diehard player, no?? Drive safely! (yeah, I sound like a mom!)
Oh my gawd it was so hot here! People were walking around without any jackets on like it was summer. It will be hilarious if people go to Time Square on New Year's with shorts on
Someone out there is realy screwing with the universe. I remember when december was a time for snow. What's it going to be like in 10 years?
10 years? (pic is from Fallout 3 game).
I just booked tickets on the next trip to mars
ROFL I dont think I would be looking forward to that lol
annnnnnnddd you suck. :tounge:
Ill protect whats mine *grabs ho kitty and runs*
Seriously, its December 11th and its flipping 78 degrees!!! The apocolypse is upon us.
So yeah I wore a T-shirt to a hockey game last night...in December. Oh and I'm not in Florida, this isnt supposed to happen. I'm really pissed that people in Houston get to see snow before I do :frown: It snowed here last sat but I was out of town.
In Boston... had a touch of snow on the weekend...dusting really. I have told my kids all about the snow and sledding this year.... so far I look pretty bad....
Let's all sing.... "I'm dreaming of a warm Christmas".... 60 degrees yesterday....
Snow, snow, snow...what to do with it all?.....
Maybe I'll make a palm tree! Or a giant Q! What to do, what to do, what to do...
make a snow bar. "Everything ice cold, guaranteed"
Or maybe make an outdoor freezer and store my cash in it, just like William Jefferson! The real meaning of "cold, hard cash."
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