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On a scale of 1 to Sme, how cold are you? ^.~

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I realise that most of the world is in summer at the moment, but the greatest country on earth is in winter currently and I feel like my fingers and toes are going to drop off.


 


IM FREEZING!!


 


How cold are you?


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certainly cold in the mornings where i am.


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mittens make wurming hard.


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It was 27°C here on the weekend in Perth, what's winter?  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


 


Been a pretty warm winter, only got down to like -1.5°C


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sorry folks. california has no such thing as seasons. just droughts. 


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I came back from the rainy Netherlands to the sunny Poland. That sounds wrong.


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Bodytemp: 36.8 c


Outside temp: 24.4 c


Inside temp: 27.5 c


CPU temp: 31 c


GPU temp: 80 c


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the greatest country on earth is in winter currently

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sorry folks. california has no such thing as seasons. just droughts. 

fire season is in full swing

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No idea what snow is like, never seen that stuff in my life but im pretty sure it would kill me.


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Come to Norway and you might even get to drive after the snow plow thingy just came through!


 


What you call cold, we might just call a heatwave :)


 


It is just above 20 celcius in Oslo right now, which I consider hot. (that is about 68-70 ish fahrenheit for those still using medieval measurement units ;) )


 


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(a mountain road between Sirdal and Setesdal, some 300 km south west of Oslo, Norway)


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It is just above 20 celcius in Oslo right now, which I consider hot. (that is about 68-70 ish fahrenheit for those still using medieval measurement units ;) )

Go old school or go home.  We keep it real 'round these parts.

 

Edit:  To be quite technical the celcius scale was invented only 50 years after Fahrenheit, so it too is medieval ;)

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Edit:  To be quite technical the celcius scale was invented only 50 years after Fahrenheit, so it too is medieval ;)

 

Haha, I am just teasing people :D Should never take me too serious with these things ;)

 

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*whistles innocently*

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Haha, I am just teasing people :D Should never take me too serious with these things ;)

 

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*whistles innocently*

We're the best for a reason. :D

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We're the best for a reason. :D

 

Exactly

 

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Exactly

 

 

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Ah, another Missouri native.  We meet at last!

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In the N of England yesterday it never went above 12'C (54F) and there was heavy rain as well. A typical summer up here- we had summer on July 1st and that was it.

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Ah, another Missouri native.  We meet at last!

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So far that makes three of us. Us two and KellyT :D You in STL?

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No idea what snow is like, never seen that stuff in my life but im pretty sure it would kill me.

My last name is snow... We now know how to defeat sme

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