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« Reply #33600 on: Friday, September 25, 2020, 16:00:24 »

28C today. Just saying.
Its 23C here in Somerset but the wind chill factor may have a say on how it feels.

I hate it when its too hot, anything over 25C is not good for my breathing since I had the blood clots on the lungs.
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« Reply #33601 on: Friday, September 25, 2020, 16:03:44 »

34c here today.
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« Reply #33602 on: Friday, September 25, 2020, 16:10:40 »

I don't know what it is, I very rarely feel the cold, I'll wear shorts in sub zero temperatures. Just something about today was really cold.
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« Reply #33603 on: Friday, September 25, 2020, 16:52:25 »

I don't know what it is, I very rarely feel the cold, I'll wear shorts in sub zero temperatures. Just something about today was really cold.

I suspect its the shock of it going from really quite hot at the start of the week to really quite cold at the end of the week, changes over here tend to be much more gradual.

Albeit I am still in shorts, but with a fleece on.
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« Reply #33604 on: Friday, September 25, 2020, 16:56:04 »

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I have never really felt the cold and would happily not have the heating on in the house until it reaches zero degrees C. .

that's like Mrs B.

she's Northern
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« Reply #33605 on: Friday, September 25, 2020, 17:39:20 »

I suspect its the shock of it going from really quite hot at the start of the week to really quite cold at the end of the week, changes over here tend to be much more gradual.

Albeit I am still in shorts, but with a fleece on.
Ditto, still got the shorts on :-)
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« Reply #33606 on: Friday, September 25, 2020, 20:20:49 »

It was warmer in Warrington today than in Swindon. Very strange.
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« Reply #33607 on: Friday, September 25, 2020, 21:17:50 »

It was warmer in Warrington today than in Swindon. Very strange.

It was really windy which made the temperature feel like 7-8c
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« Reply #33608 on: Saturday, September 26, 2020, 02:59:27 »

Parcel delivery.
I ordered something today from somewhere 15 miles from Swindon. It's gone to Birmingham,  now it's in Bristol.

Why?

I'd have driven there after work if they could have left it under a bench or something.
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« Reply #33609 on: Saturday, September 26, 2020, 06:35:23 »

Parcel delivery.
I ordered something today from somewhere 15 miles from Swindon. It's gone to Birmingham,  now it's in Bristol.

Why?

I'd have driven there after work if they could have left it under a bench or something.

My main concern would be that the parcel arrives successfully and in good time. 
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« Reply #33610 on: Today at 16:38:57 »

Just seen a new Lloyds Bank ad showing starry-eyed people gazing at the horse as it runs alongside a steam train and along a beautiful beach, before the usual proclamation that they are still "by your side".

There is though, no mention of Libor, PPI or compensation as a result of the HBOS Reading scandal when they didn't appear to be "by your side", except that they probably wanted to be close so they could pick your pocket.

Wankers!
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« Reply #33611 on: Today at 16:40:13 »

Just seen a new Lloyds Bank ad showing starry-eyed people gazing at the horse as it runs alongside a steam train and along a beautiful beach, before the usual proclamation that they are still "by your side".

There is though, no mention of Libor, PPI or compensation as a result of the HBOS Reading scandal when they didn't appear to be "by your side", except that they probably wanted to be close so they could pick your pocket.

Wankers!

I'm no markerting expert but wouldn't have thought they would get many customers by going down that route.
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