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:biglaugh:

 

Kids - this is an MA post - if you can join the dots up.

 

Had to post this - sorry if anyone is offended,hope the asterisks work:swoon:...........................................................................................................

 

Snow, Snow, Thick Thick Snow

 

 

 

 

DEC 16th

 

It's starting to snow. The first of the season and the first we've

 

seen for years. The wife and I took our hot toddies and sat on the porch

 

watching the fluffy snow flakes drift gently down clinging to the trees

 

and covering the ground. It's so beautiful and peaceful.

 

 

 

DEC 17th.

 

We awoke to a lovely blanket of crystal white glistening snow

 

covering as far as the eye could see. What a fantastic sight, every tree

 

and bush covered with a beautiful white mantle. I shovelled snow for the

 

first time ever and loved it. I did both our driveway and pavement.

 

 

 

Later that day a snowplough came along and accidentally covered up

 

our driveway with compacted snow from the street. The driver smiled and

waved. I waved back and shovelled it away again. The children next door

 

built a snowman with coal for eyes and a carrot for a nose, and had a

 

snowball fight, a couple just missed me and hit the car so I threw a

 

couple back and joined in their fun.

 

 

 

DEC 18th.

 

It snowed an additional 5 inches last night and the temperature

 

dropped to around minus 8 degrees. Several branches on our trees and

 

bushes snapped due to the weight of snow. I shovelled our driveway again.

Shortly afterwards the snowplough came by and did his trick again. Much of

 

the snow is now a brownish-grey.

 

 

 

Dec 19th.

 

Warmed up enough during the day to create some slush which soon

 

became ice when the temperature dropped again. Bought snow tyres for both

 

our cars £500. Fell on my a*se in the driveway. £100 to a physio but nothing

was broken.

 

 

 

DEC 20th.

 

Still cold. Sold the wife's car and bought her a 4x4 to get her to

 

work. She slid into a wall and did considerable damage to the right wing -

 

£200. Had another 8 inches of white sh*te last night. Both vehicles are

 

re-covered in salt and iced up slush. That b*stard snowplough came by

 

twice today. Where's that bl*ody shovel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEC 21st

 

More F*****G snow. Not a tree or bush in our property that hasn't

 

been damaged. Power was off most of the night. Tried to keep from freezing

 

to death with candles and a paraffin heater which tipped over and nearly

 

torched the house. I managed to put the flames out but suffered 2nd degree

 

burns on my hands. Lost all my eye brows and eyelashes. Car hit a F*****G

 

deer on the way to casualty and was written off.

 

 

 

 

 

DEC 22nd

 

F*****G B*****D white sh*te just keeps on coming down. Have to put on

 

every article of clothing just to go to the post box. The little C***S

 

next door ambushed me with snowballs on the way back - I'll shove that

 

carrot so far up the little pr*cks a*se it'll take a good surgeon 6 hours

 

to find it. If I ever catch the a*sehole that drives the snowplough I'll

 

chew open his chest and rip out his heart with my teeth. I think the

 

B*****D hides round the corner and waits for me to finish shovelling and

 

then he accelerates down the street like Michael F*****G Schumacher and

 

buries the F*****G driveway again.

 

 

 

 

 

DEC 23rd

 

16 more sodding inches of F*****G snow and F*****G ice and F*****G

 

sleet and god knows what other white sh*te fell last night. I am in court

 

in 3 months time for assaulting the snowplough driver with an ice pick.

 

Can't move my F*****g toes. Haven't seen the sun for 5 weeks. Minus 20 and

 

more F*****G snow forecast F**K THIS, I'M MOVING BACK TO

ADELAIDE!!!! .

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Guest cornish Busdriver

LOL LOL LOL LOL

LOVE IT :)

I dont miss the snow and cold one little bit, One of the reasons we moved here.

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LOL LOL LOL LOL

LOVE IT :)

I dont miss the snow and cold one little bit, One of the reasons we moved here.

 

I didn't mind the snow but despised the dark and damp. As some have said to us, you get to Adelaide and it's like someone turned the lights on:)

 

Cooler

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Guest Team 'W'

What an absolute star you are!!!! this was brilliant ssoooo funny.

Sounded a bit like me two weeks ago**??**.

When i thought i was goin back..lol

TYKE:THANKS this was cool....

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Guest guest3462

Absolute class!!! Really cheered me up after -------------------------has riled me on another thread!!! Thankyou xxx

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Guest andylynnchriskirst

What a great post, very funny, will print this off and show mates down the pub.:biglaugh:

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Guest kangomik

you guys need to read the one about the pom who saw a job advertised north of Perth, along the same lines but involves flies.

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Guest Guest75
you guys need to read the one about the pom who saw a job advertised north of Perth, along the same lines but involves flies.

 

I've got the one about the Pom here and the heat somewhere--------------- I'll dig it out:biglaugh::biglaugh:

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