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Heavy rain in Agincourt, Scarborough around 4-5ish this morning. It was loud enough to wake me up :/
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roblombardi wrote: why are you obsessed with ladyboys and trannies? I wonder...



Great weather now!... bring on the heat!

Awesome weather down in the Niagara area! Not a cloud in the sky.
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Hmm as soon as he said that, those people started adding me without saying they were not girls lol They could at least be honest and list themselves according to what gender they really are.
roblombardi wrote: why are you obsessed with ladyboys and trannies? I wonder...



Great weather now!... bring on the heat!
How about bad weather in my room. It is bad enough that it only goes down to 28 at night in Philippines, but also the room is always a gazillion degrees warmer on top of that. I can't wait till I rent a room with aircon!

Still don't find it too hot outside, but I wonder if I will find it to be too much hotter once I live right in the MIDDLE of Manila.

Let's face it. I am not in Philippines for its weather, I am here for other stuff! So the weather here can buzz off!!!!!!!
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote: Hmm as soon as he said that, those people started adding me without saying they were not girls lol They could at least be honest and list themselves according to what gender they really are.


How about bad weather in my room. It is bad enough that it only goes down to 28 at night in Philippines, but also the room is always a gazillion degrees warmer on top of that. I can't wait till I rent a room with aircon!

Still don't find it too hot outside, but I wonder if I will find it to be too much hotter once I live right in the MIDDLE of Manila.

Let's face it. I am not in Philippines for its weather, I am here for other stuff! So the weather here can buzz off!!!!!!!
Huh? You ran away from the ❄ and now you find it ♨ so you need a/c?
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sandikosh wrote: Huh? You ran away from the ❄ and now you find it ♨ so you need a/c?
It is all about a matter of balance. In fact, just simply look at the last sentence I wrote. That basically explains it. I am not here for the weather at all. I am here for taking advantage of other things. I wanted to be here but have to deal with the weather. I wanted t not have polar vortex, but by no means am I in Philippines to exchange temperate Canada weather for weather where everyone is non-stop sweating. I like experiencing everything here more than T-Dot except the weather which sucks But I have to take the awful weather if I want to enjoy the country the way I wanted.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote: Looks like localised activity. While some areas in southern Ontario will get nailed by a patch of extremely heavy rain, other areas will get missed by it. So there is no knowing what areas will get tons of rain and what areas get almost nothing. GFS shows this issue.
That forecast from the Weather Network was a bust, it was pretty much sunny all day. Rain overnight and some in the monring but by about 10am it was done. Disappointing I was hoping for some wild weather today. I was home all day and could have enjoyed watching it. Instead I did laundry and worked on flower beds in front of the house.
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a sweltering 41 degrees C in manila today. dear god.
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rain rain go away, and don't come back ever again. :confused:
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JACKIE26 wrote: That forecast from the Weather Network was a bust, it was pretty much sunny all day. Rain overnight and some in the monring but by about 10am it was done. Disappointing I was hoping for some wild weather today. I was home all day and could have enjoyed watching it. Instead I did laundry and worked on flower beds in front of the house.
at least you got some work done lol But I told you tWN is crap! lol Don;t bellieve anything they say! :razz: EC works better. They do weather for their own work and interest, not to gain revenue from silly ads as does TWN
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dc200 wrote: a sweltering 41 degrees C in manila today. dear god.
ya it was bad. I was right about Manila missing out on the rainiy season because of ell nino so its even hotter now.
Simaahoy wrote: rain rain go away, and don't come back ever again. :confused:
.... so I guess I should take your rain then
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You can take the rain as long as you send us some snow.
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sandikosh wrote: You can take the rain as long as you send us some snow.
Well I certainly don't have snow available in Philippines lol. I can't even keep myself from melting, much less the snow!

But seriously, don't go asking for snow now. When the polar vortex comes in July, you will take the blame lol
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22 glorious degrees. Who in their right mind not want this weather?
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