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  1. We do have a couple of very mild days coming up, but those are becoming fewer and farther between now as we move deeper into autumn. The turning of the leaves is far more noticeable now too, after a slow start. Fingers crossed that we don't get a mild November like we did last year.
  2. It has certainly been a bit of an unusual spring in many places. In my neck of the woods at least, the warmest day throughout the whole season was in March. As for May, for me it was the worst one since 2012.
  3. 2021 has certainly been a disappointing year for those who like proper seasons. Spring took forever to properly get underway, and the same has been happening with autumn. Jan and Feb were disappointing as they had opportunities to deliver a decent amount of snow but failed to do so. Summer was meh, as we had no plumes and thunderstorms were in very short supply. That hot spell we had in mid July wasn't really a plume and it felt rather oppresive. I suppose some may see this autumn as being payback for the cool and wet May. But I just want proper seasonal weather, whatever the season.
  4. You need to eat more carrots. You'll then be able to see in the dark.
  5. Yes, even though I see the beauty in all 4 seasons I can certainly appreciate that. I think the problem with winter in this country is that it is often mild, damp and overcast. I suppose if our climate was a little more continental then dark evenings wouldn't get such a bad rap maybe?
  6. I personally love the darker evenings and I could never understand why they get so much hate. But oh well.
  7. I guess my username is a bit of a giveaway.
  8. I don't mind you asking at all. I was born in the early 90s. I just don't appreciate music from my era as much as I do from the 70s and 80s. I find music from those two decades to be generally far more meaningful than the music of my era. I can't really see us talking about the likes of Justin Bieber, One Direction, Rihanna and Drake very much in 40 years time.
  9. I would like to tell you all a construction joke, but I am still working on it.
  10. More great music from the past. Thank you for posting.
  11. Both are great, but if I was limited to one choice then it would be The Beatles. Their songs were meaningful to everyday life; such as love, friendship, peace and so on. They were also the epitome of the 60s. Long before my time, so good thing we have Youtube!
  12. As someone who is getting bored with seeing so much high pressure on the charts, I am relishing the prospect of a change in our weather from next week. Autumn often does get properly underway from around the last third of October, and the models are suggesting that this year is no different. Bring it on!
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