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How bad is your thunder addiction?

How bad is your thunder addiction?  

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  1. 1. How bad is your thunder addiction?

    • 0 - I hate thunderstorms! I always hope my area will miss them etc..
      0
    • 1 - I don't like them, but they're interesting nonetheless...
    • 2
    • 3
      0
    • 4
      0
    • 5 - Meh... they're okay.
      0
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
      0
    • 9 - T-storms are brilliant, and I generally look forward to them...
    • 10 - I love t-storms! I always get my camera and go chasing etc...


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Since we have a thread for snow addiction, how about one for thunder addiction?

 

How much do you crave your thunderstorms on a scale of 0-10? Do you love them, do you hate them or are you somewhere in the middle?

 

I'm a definate 10! I can't get enough of them. :)

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10, of course,  but they are so elusive here thesedays unfortunately  , which makes me crave them more,  

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I had to choose 9. I love storms, but I would stay indoors when the storm is directly overhead. I don't think I would feel safe in my car.

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I had to choose 9. I love storms, but I would stay indoors when the storm is directly overhead. I don't think I would feel safe in my car.

I feel safer in the car, which I believe is fairly safe as long as you don't touch any interior Metal?

True or False??

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Absolutely love thunderstorms. The power of nature right above our heads in an inspiring display. I'd be useless at chasing on British roads in my area though.

Been poor for thunder activity this year around Bristol too :(

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I put a 9 because 9 times out of ten they miss me.

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I love thunderstorms more than most other weather types, there's something so awe inspiring when you get a good one! They're fascinating as no two storms are exactly alike, can be a bit frightening too. Shame we see so few these days!

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like em, but Snow is my thing! voted for 6, always hope they arrive here in evenings, but do not get excited like do for snow chances

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I think everyone knows what mine would be. Let's just say I spend hundreds on petrol every year searching for storms.I haven't seen a storm since the 4th July and so am now getting stomach cramps, cold sweats and hallucinations!

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again having lived on the Canadian prairies ive seen so much snow and big thunderstorms im not really fussed by either anymore..so its im not that bothered...2/10

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7/10 nothing near to the white stuff I only like a fully fledged storm which leaves a imprint on me a odd rumble does not amuse me I've seen too much of that. As long as I get snow in winter, I couldn't give a hoot.

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Will be in the US in a weeks time ,will get my fix then :)..

Can you bring me back a rattler? Make sure it is a well behaved one. :D

 

7/10 nothing near to the white stuff I only like a fully fledged storm which leaves a imprint on me a odd rumble does not amuse me I've seen too much of that. As long as I get snow in winter, I couldn't give a hoot.

1/10 compared to snow :D so not really an addict :oops:

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Can you bring me back a rattler? Make sure it is a well behaved one. :D

 

1/10 compared to snow :D so not really an addict :oops:

no probs lassiepost-9614-0-56424300-1439732380_thumb.jp

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9/10 for me. Love storms and the ones we had at the beginning of July on the Friday night epitomise why. Those storms were fierce and exemplified natures power brilliantly. The sense of vulnerability is strangely awesome. Night lightning shows are magical too.

I won't go out of my way to chase though.

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