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Old 09-14-2009, 01:54 PM   #9681 (permalink)
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AWW, it's fun to see you finally! You look disgruntled about something. Maybe it is with the cold that requires you to wear such a warm coat. Now I know you live somewhere cold. Like Illinois. GALLUPING GALLOSHES, are you a Midwesterner, too?! I've been thinking your "accent" is East Coast, but maybe I have that all wrong! (It's okay..it's okay...you don't have to divulge your location along with your physical appearance. I'm just joking with you. Again. Like I like to do).
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It does get cold on the coast too.
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Old 09-14-2009, 02:04 PM   #9682 (permalink)
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It does get cold on the coast too.
Yes, that's true, Janszoon, but when I lived in Boston it was nothing like the bone-chilling 30 below zero degrees F weather of my home state.

I can't decide if AwwSugar's coat is one of those "I'm wearing a cool coat" coats for 15 degree temperatures I recall from East Coast winters...or is it one of those "This is serious-business-I-am-covering-every-inch-of-my-body-to-prevent-frost-bite-and-death" coats I wear out here in the MidWest, where the wind sweeps across the plains with nothing to stop it but one leaning scarecrow, some old rusted trucks, and a few trees not yet toppled to create more cornfields or room for wealthy people's houses up in the last remaining forested areas.
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Old 09-14-2009, 02:07 PM   #9683 (permalink)
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Yes, that's true, Janszoon, but when I lived in Boston it was nothing like the bone-chilling 30 below zero weather of my home state.
Well, interestingly enough since you mentioned these two cities specifically, I grew up in Boston and lived in Chicago for five years and I have to say I found the winters roughly the same. Maybe it's different in Iowa.
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Old 09-14-2009, 02:11 PM   #9684 (permalink)
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Well, interestingly enough I grew up in Boston and lived in Chicago for five years and I have to say I found the winters roughly the same. Maybe it's different in Iowa.
Interesting! I think you are right that Chicago is quite a bit warmer than Iowa...probably due to the Great Lakes and the fact that Chicago is a big city with the warmth from all those buildings and people and cars, etc. Maybe if I had lived outside Boston in some tiny town the temperatures would have been similar to what I experience here.
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Old 09-14-2009, 02:14 PM   #9685 (permalink)
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Interesting! I think you are right that Chicago is quite a bit warmer than Iowa...probably due to the Great Lakes and the fact that Chicago is a big city with the warmth from all those buildings and people and cars, etc. Maybe if I had lived outside Boston in some tiny town the temperatures would have been similar to what I experience here.
Well, I will say I remember finding DeKalb a hell of a lot colder than Chicago so you may have a point about the city being warmer.
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Old 09-14-2009, 04:07 PM   #9686 (permalink)
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AWW, it's fun to see you finally! You look disgruntled about something. Maybe it is with the cold that requires you to wear such a warm coat. Now I know you live somewhere cold. Like Illinois. GALLUPING GALLOSHES, are you a Midwesterner, too?! I've been thinking your "accent" is East Coast, but maybe I have that all wrong! (It's okay..it's okay...you don't have to divulge your location along with your physical appearance. I'm just joking with you. Again. Like I like to do).
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Dear VEGANGELICA,

I live in New York.

Haha.

I bought the coat for fall. It's really thin. Not a winter coat at all. I don't know what kind of accent I have, though. The end. [=

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Old 09-14-2009, 05:48 PM   #9687 (permalink)
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Old 09-14-2009, 06:09 PM   #9688 (permalink)
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Old 09-14-2009, 07:01 PM   #9689 (permalink)
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hey fail-troll

a lean, shirtless person does not look like this:



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PS: Yeah, pretty sure someone already made the same failjoke already
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