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that i am wearing two pairs of socks!
when it's cold.
my office has the heating turned up to scortch :(
My office is so warm I just rolled up my shirt sleeves!
Temperature eh? Crazy, isn't it?
What are you, some kind of 80s detective?
LET'S MAKE PEACE.
IT JUST LOOKS BETTER ALRIGHT
but I have really cold hands!
in my office.
I was up at 5 this morning doing naked squats, dipping my bollocks in the River Aire with each downward motion.
I'm not cold, I have jumpers and heating, and cups of tea
freezing my nuts off, in a mobile classroom, only to find that the electric heater I sit beside is broken :(
My throat is now killing me. Perfect.
that Manchester is the coldest place in the universe
though you mean 'wettest'
I love Manchester but seriously, worst weather EVAR.
..but I love them both
manc is ace despite the constantly wet socks but buxton????? are you on crack?
... I do volunteer work in Buxton, and its a really very pleasant place to work. I agree though, living there would be another matter. Last gig I know of: Echo & The Bunnymen, 1979
fair enough. i had friend who lived in buxton (im from macc) and going there for a day or two is ace... but living there? FUCK THAT.
It's always lovely and warm in halls! I had my radiator on full most of last year... Wait til you have to start paying for your heating, then it gets cold :(
Outside has been freezing these past few days though
god you must have had good halls. mine were more 'the shining' than 'mmm, lovely and warm'
I'm in Manchester and my boiler spazzed out this evening. Lying in bed is like sleeping outside. there's a chilly breeze and everything. I miss halls.
That is it.
So I'm sitting here wrapped in my duvet.
Very cold. It's been scarf/hat/gloves day for the past few weeks now.
My flat is lovely warm though. So toasty. I can just walk around is my amazing underwear and slippers.
based on health issues!! see if they like that in their proverbial!