Warning, El Nino Is Coming.

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  1. Mr B

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    Nuff said :)
     
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    I was stunned many years ago at the immense hardiness of folk from the Newcastle region..Long story not for on here but as a southerner( ish ) I have to admit your not far wrong !!
     
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  3. Mr B

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    You mean Geordie's and smoggies:)
     
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    Correct !! :D (y)
     
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    Well its a boot time all ye soft southerners got some cad weather. It was yer lot that signed up for the stupid European Union yer thought yer were ganna get some of the sunshine from Spain if yer signed up. Well yer got it wrang the Gurmens kicked yer in the balls and sent ould Nero and sent us Geordies the good weather and plenty of Sun. Enjoy yer soft buggers. fun!!! fun!!! fun!!!
     
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    spell checker not working then:rofl::rofl:
     
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    He uses the Geordie spell checker Bill :LOL:
     
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    A standard feature in the nee Windaz Eet opereetin systim tha knaas.
     
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    so it is confirmed that El Nino warms up the seas and the air temp , :devil:

    does that now explain that global warming is confirmed as Bull s---t ? :rollingeyes:
     
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    If El Nino makes European winters colder maybe I'll get the chance to try out the lovely wooden toboggan I bought off a lady who was clearing her barn out last year.
     
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    All this talk about the north/south divide reminds me of this little gem that did the rounds a few years back:
    The Geordie Thermometer

    50 Degrees. Southerners turn on their heating. Geordies plant their gardens.

    40 Degrees. Southerners shiver uncontrollably. Geordies Sunbathe.

    30 Degrees. Southern cars will not start. Geordies drive with their windows down

    20 Degrees. Southerners wear coats, gloves, and wool hats. Geordies throw a t-shirt on (Girls start wearing mini-skirts)

    10 Degrees. Southerners begin to Evacuate. Geordies go swimming in the North Sea.

    Zero degrees. Southern landlords turn up the heat. Geordies have the last barbecue before it gets cold.

    Minus 10 Degrees. Southerners cease to exist. Geordies throw on a lightweight jacket.

    Minus 80 Degrees. Polar bears wonder if it’s worth it. Geordie Boy scouts start wearing long trousers.

    Minus 100 Degrees. Santa Claus abandons the North Pole. Geordies put on their long johns.

    Minus 173 Degrees. Alcohol freezes. Geordies become frustrated because the pubs are shut.

    Minus 297 Degrees. Microbiological life starts to disappear. The cows on Newcastle town moor complain of vets with cold hands.

    Minus 460 Degrees. All atomic motion stops. Geordies start to stamp their feet and blow on their hands.


    Minus 500 Degrees. Hell freezes over……….Sunderland qualify for Europe.
     
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    Hi.
    Due to "Speed" reading,George Gently is on in a minute,did you miss out the.....


    MAKAMS ?

    RAcism !!!!!!!
    tEA bAG...+ Conde Noble. (Empty carton as PROOF..11% LOL)
     
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    We're doomed I tell 'ee, DOOMED tiz we are!
     
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    On a lighter note, Cherrypirate (Colin & Tina) came up to see us in Geordieland last weekend and on getting out of the car immediately commented that it was 7 degrees colder than at home (Andover). Softies!
     
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    Not working, is it?

    Everyone knows "cold" is spelt "caad".
     
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    Oh the shame of it, being taught how to spell in Geordie by a Mancunian...:sneaky::sneaky::sneaky::whistle::whistle::whistle:
     
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    Bilingual SALFORDIAN, ya peasant!
     
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    Thumb trouble this morning Pinkie? The ", ya" is obviously a mistake :LOL:
     
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    Sorry...


    But I thought you were a cunning linguist at the very least John!!!:whistle::whistle::whistle:
     
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