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everyone loves it

 

the open doors and windows blasting out ###### music

the neighbours stinking the place out with their bbq

the burning red skin patches on our faces and bodies

the disabilatating allergies

middle/old age men in shorts displaying white lumpy veiny legs

the flies ants and other insects

people (for some reason) decide to drive like maniacs

the need to throw £80 at the b&q etc etc

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It's great that we finally have some halfway decent weather. Enjoy it and don't worry what other people get up to, you'll be happier for it.

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everyone loves it

 

the open doors and windows blasting out ###### music

the neighbours stinking the place out with their bbq

the burning red skin patches on our faces and bodies

the disabilatating allergies

middle/old age men in shorts displaying white lumpy veiny legs

the flies ants and other insects

people (for some reason) decide to drive like maniacs

the need to throw £80 at the b&q etc etc

Stay inside, close the curtains and switch off the computer.

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Stay inside, close the curtains and switch off the computer.

The computer has an off switch?

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The computer has an off switch?

It does, but don't touch it!!  It will only cause you more problems.  Best bet is to buy loads of ale and stay indoors with music playing loud.

 

I do, can't stand sun.  Plays merry hell with my pale skin.

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It does, but don't touch it!!  It will only cause you more problems.  Best bet is to buy loads of ale and stay indoors with music playing loud.

 

I do, can't stand sun.  Plays merry hell with my pale skin.

But buying ale means going outdoors and interacting with people...

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You won't find me complaining about it - guaranteed.

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It plays merry hell with pale skin too, but it doesn't stop me going out and sitting on the beach & enjoying it

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Having had malignant melanoma and the two bouts of pretty invasive surgery to shift it, for me the sun is a pretty bad thing. I can still enjoy a warm sunny day; it makes me feel better, and has an obvious positive effect on most other people as well. I am just careful about exposing myself to direct sunlight  (wear a hat, use sun block, sit in the shade when possible etc) while trying to make sure it doesn't adversely affect my day to day life and stop me doing the things I want to do.

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Summer starts on Friday, June 21 and ends on Saturday, September 21

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Summer starts on Friday, June 21 and ends on Saturday, September 21

 

You're showing your age again, John. ;)

 

Apparently, the Met Office have their own definition of when summer 'officially' starts and they are pushing it like mad. Every weather forecast recently has mentioned the "fact" that summer now starts on June 1st.

 

I'm with you, though, mate. The solstice and equinox determine the seasons, as my neighbourhood druid taught me when I was young. :biggrin:

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everyone loves it

the open doors and windows blasting out ###### music

the neighbours stinking the place out with their bbq

the burning red skin patches on our faces and bodies

the disabilatating allergies

middle/old age men in shorts displaying white lumpy veiny legs

the flies ants and other insects

people (for some reason) decide to drive like maniacs

the need to throw £80 at the b&q etc etc

You really are a happy chappy!

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