yeh except July lasts approx ten days, and can come any time between April and October....
but summer women you can smell.... if you get close enough.....
true...but then they call the cops, and you have to explain why you aren't wearing anything under your coat, then you get tazered, and jail cells are cold and drafty...
tazered AND drafty??
Where do I sign?
A friend of mine has tickets to the Olympic beach volleyball.
The good Mr Helmet is correct. The summer sucks, it's muggy and full of biting insects. It also rains, it rains a great deal. Oh the rain it raineth every day, etc. However, we now have the longest day out of the way, it's six months to Christmas. Roll on winter.
OK, Doc, here's the deal. I you're ever in the U.S. during the summer, please come visit us here in the Pacific Northwest. There are hardly any bugs. (Please, I know bugs, having grown up in the midwest of the U.S.) It seldom rains during July, August, and September. Granted, it is damp and a bit rainy here in Oregon during winter (not like Seattle, where it is really rainy). But it seldom snows in winter except in the mountains. In short, I really like it here.
Thank you kindly, Sir Thomas. I shall roll up with my entourage to Castle Slavin and drink all your gin!
Sounds good though, I love my neck of the woods but June-August I despise. Horseflies, voracious little sods bedevil me and it's muggy and miserable. That's really the British summer, as far as I can see. Exacta Weather, a long-term forecaster I follow, is predicting a bad summer and a nice (some would call it bad) winter. I can't wait... bring on the snow and ice! Yes!!