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 No.538

What're your plans for the summer?

 No.539

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>>538
Die in the heat, it's summer so there is nothing else to do.

 No.540

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>>539
Soppy

 No.541

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>>538
Be a boring normal person and work.

>>539
>in the heat
>hottest it gets in Canada is the upper 70s degrees F
Really a blistering heat there, Frosty the Snowman.

 No.542

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Family reunion and possibly a late honeymoon.

 No.543

>>541
>Upper 70's

AHAHAHAHA you really don't know what kinda heat we get do you?

 No.549

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>>543
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Vancouver
Your "average high" is around 72 degrees F during the summer months.

And that is the "hottest" city in all of Canada, no less.

 No.550

>>549
Tell that to the 38 degrees it was last week, or 100 degrees in wrong temperature.

 No.551

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>>549
HEY GUYS A NATION AS BIG AS CANADA ONLY HAS ONE HOT CITY

 No.553

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>>550
>>551
>And that is the "hottest" city in all of Canada, no less.
>The annual average temperature in Vancouver is 11.0 °C (51.8 °F) downtown and 10.4 °C (50.7 °F) at the airport, in Richmond, amongst the warmest in Canada.

>>550
>Average high: June: 19.6C July: 22.2C August: 22.2C
>Record high: June: 33.3C July: 34.4C August: 33.3C
Those are as of 2010. It is in no way hot.
https://www.timeanddate.com/weather/canada/vancouver/historic

 No.554

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LOOK AT ME IM SAYING ITS NOT HOT IN CANADA

 No.555

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>>554
Are you just autistically screeching now?

 No.556

>>553
You say that but my thermometer said it was 38 and that's up in the shade so its not an exaggerated temperature for being in direct sunlight so….. I also live in the lowermain land not vancouver its self.

 No.557

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>>555
NO ARE YOU?

 No.558

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>>541
Boring - Check
Normal - lol

>>542
>Family reunion
Good or bad?
I would like a family reunion but there's too many of them spread among 3 different countries.

I've got my first festival of the year on Friday, they've set a theme of Fantasy and fairytales. I'm gonna have fun with that. I'll take some pictures if I remember.

London has been on and off with the heat lately, but I'm making the most of it cause we had a really really long winter….

 No.559

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>>558
It's my dad's side of the family, so hopefully pretty decent. Although, it'll be the first time that many of them have met my wife. Which… should be a bit entertaining. Wait. Most don't know that I've changed my name, none the less my gender. This should be all sorts of entertaining!

 No.560

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>>556
100ish F is the average high here during the summer. A few years ago, there were 57 days in a row where it didn't get below 100 F as the high.
It was that heat that forced me inside and actively start posting more.

>>557

>>558
I hope some paki accosts you on the train again, you hobgoblin.

 No.561

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>>560
YOU DIDN'T ANSWER MY QUESTION

 No.562

>>560
Maybe the average for you, but that's still bloody hot up here for people who are more accustomed to lower temperatures for the other 9 months of the year, even if we get temperatures like that yearly, it's still a sudden shock. It's almost like over night it will go from like 18-24 all the way up to like 35+.

 No.565

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>>560
That was like 4 years ago and you're still jealous about it. Aww, Bless your little cotton socks.

 No.566

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>>562
The solution is to move to Nunavut.

>>565
Honestly? I thought it's why you said you stopped taking the metro because it was some reoccurring thing. I may be misremembering.

 No.567

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>>566
It never happened on the train, it happened when I got off, you may be misremembering. Also avoiding the trains is not an option when you're living in London.

Anyway, I'm off to the first festival of the year! Winter is finally over and it's already the end of May.

And aw shit, Totalbiscuit has passed away…

 No.704

>>559
>>559
Turned out pretty okay. My wife stole a piece of cake with bare hands. She literally grabbed a chunk of the cake and walked away eating it like an insane/hungry chimpanzee.



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