Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Reality|Bites, 11 Jun 2021.
At my PC in joggers and light zipped hoddie
Tee-shirt and jogging bottoms reading on my phone in my living room.
Blue jeans, unbuttoned long sleeved shirt over Tee-shirt, no socks, sitting on sofa in living room, it’s never warm enough for me
On a green chair in rural Canterbury, NZ. Wearing green trousers, a black t shirt and a yellow jumper, drinking a glass of red wine.
In bed wearing pantaloons, looking at the rain, wondering if I CBA to go collect my package from the post office and do a bit of groceries shopping :/
The antipodes near sunset in track pants and a striped college shirt. I washed my face in seawater at lunchtime while a pelican looked quizzically on.
Tshirt,Jean's sofa, phone..
Strong. I admire this.
Briefs, bed, listening to soothing ocean waves and my lad in another room yelling during his latest scrim.
Nothing. The sofa
A cod-piece with a kiss me quick hat not
Armchair in front of the tv with all of my windows open and a house fan at full blast aimed directly at me.
Sitting in my living room in a faded Apple t-shirt and UA shorts holding my iPad waiting for lunch to go down before I go back to sorting out a TV installation.
I'm wearing nothing sat on a window sill but on the odd occasion doing the wind mill at the window while browsing ocuk full on.
Shorts & T-shirt, house stays reasonable cool with PC in north facing room.
Socks, in my task chair, at my computer desk.
The socks are necessary because there's a strong draft at ground level.
Caravan in the dirty G Y. My God I have never seen so many chavs as I have in Great Yarmouth, never again
boxers, bed, Thailand.
Just finished reading the "its too hot" thread. When did English people become such wet blankets? o it's 27c for a couple days I cant stand it......man the C'mon. You've been here long enough to know the rules up, the rest of the world seems to manage just fine.
In flame proof overalls in a pickup with no AC up a mountain in Wales, hot is a understatement...
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