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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by That Announcer, Jun 4, 2005.
Greyish and cool today. High of 12 or so.
Breakfast was Pillsbury biscuits and sausages.
In Kansas (I'm at a summer camp)
Have a wonderful high of 90 with a partially cloudy sky
Oklahoma (home sweet home)
High of 98 with no clouds (good enough to scorch 'ya!)
Someimtes, you gotta get outta Kansus.....
Weather: Sunny behind cloudy, humid and warm...ooooh, at last! Summer!
Breakfast: Toast and honey
Dinner: Roast Beef, Roast potatoes, carrots, broccli, Yorkshire Pudings, gravey...parsnips....horseradish source....etc....
Tea: Will have Scones with buter, cam, and Creme, lots of lovely, Cream!
I don't know the temperature, but it feels PERFECT. And you know, it's a
On my way
to where the
Can you tell me how to get,
How to get to Sesame Street...
vim: It's on channel 11 in the morning
vim: I'm just saying...
Well hush. Anyway, breakfast was a bowl of cereal.
YAY! THIS THREAD IS NOW A HOT TOPIC!
D'Snowth's Daily Weather
Today: Muggy. High 82, with lots of sunshine.
For breakfast: Fruity Pebbles
For Supper: Hmm, haven't given that much thought.
sez: "Oh, like wow! Now all we need to do is wait for that sticky, fer sher."
Food update: Lunch was a tuna sandwich, and supper will be some sort of filled pasta with a Diet Pepsi and a couple of rolls.
Beautiful day here (about 78 degrees) but tomorrow they are predicting 89. Yuck!
For breakfast I had muffins.
Ah, the weather seems nice today. I see sunshine, that's always a good start.
Breakfast: bowl of cereal, and a spoonful of peanut butter.
HERE IS A MUPPET NEWSFLASH! It has been reported that the user known as TogetherAgain did not eat ANY peanut butter yesterday! She suffered a slight headache from withdrawl.
TOGETHERAGAIN DIDN'T EAT ANY PEANUT BUTTER YESTERDAY?! (passes out)..........oh........next thing you know, That Announcer will skip his iced tea....
The weather right now: Severe Thunderstorm Warning...AHHHHHH! Just kidding, but there is a warning out. The sky is really dark and it's pouring outside and there's some hail. Before that it was warm and muggy. Blah.
Breakfast: Bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios (I just LOVE my cereal)
Lunch: Chicken Salad and carrot sticks.
D'Snowth's Daily Weather
Today: A little bit cooler. High 79, with clouds and sprinkles.
For Breakfast: Triple Berry Burst Cheerios (I love cereal too)
For Supper: I ACTUALLY KNOW THIS TIME! McDonald's.
Or worse! Beau the english man will go a day without regular hot tea!!! Disaster...
Swimming pool: Warm
Tea: Crumble, plum, and custard
Supper: Large sausage rolls...
Hey Beau, is it true that EVERYDAY at 4:00, all the english have "tea time"? That sounds like quite an interesting tradition.
Today's weather: Nice and warm!
Certainly not. We do indeed have Tea, but not High Tea on the lawns with little scones and dripples of butter and a sterling-silver tea-set.
And not at 4 either. It can be any time after four....
I for one though, am in love with tea. Made from freash Tea-leaves, in a pre-heated pot. Milk in first, then the sound of tea sploshing into the china-cup. Mmmmmmm....
*heads off to the kitchen*
ooh talking about tea and muffins
I go for green tea with orange in it....yummmm.....and Sleepytime tea is always good!
Hmm, well, that goes to prove it then....you CAN'T believe everything you hear on TV.
Another thing too Beau (I'm not trying to insult the English, I'm just curious about them), how come the English (as well as Austrailians, and even some Canadians) spell certain words slightly different? For example:
American Spelling|English Spelling
That will never happen, DS! I could be on the road, in the middle of nowhere, but I still need my iced tea for breakfast.
Oh well, I'm the same way with milk...I'd rather go thirsty if I had to drink other stuff like soda, or cola.
Another beautiful day (sunny and 75) but we could use some rain.
Breakfast was Cheerios and a banana.
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