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TTSD

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The sky is blue, snow on the mountains.. and beautiful girls all over campus.
 

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sounds like ur in colorado

cuz that's the way it is here!
 

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Sunny, 82 degrees, and I'm in the library studying for my GI test tomorrow with a great view of the outside. Only 6 more days.
 

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Originally posted by TTSD
The sky is blue, snow on the mountains.. and beautiful girls all over campus.
I have noticed on campus the girls are looking better. Maybe because it's getting sunnier, and they're dressing accordingly.:D
 

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Originally posted by Slickness
I have noticed on campus the girls are looking better. Maybe because it's getting sunnier, and they're dressing accordingly.:D

Perhaps. For some reason, low-rise jeans do it for me :)
 

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It was -19 C here last night. We still have 2 ft of snow in the yard...

+pissed+

Please AECOM accept me so I can be in NYC....

Treg
 

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Yeah so nice and sunny outside. Definitely a change in wardrobe for the girls.

Lots of them sunbathing on the quads.
 

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And to think, some people asked why weather is always taken into account when choosing a school.
 

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Originally posted by Jalby
And to think, some people asked why weather is always taken into account when choosing a school.

exactly...oh lovely california...thank you for your many benefits...
 

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Originally posted by Gleevec
Yeah so nice and sunny outside. Definitely a change in wardrobe for the girls.

Lots of them sunbathing on the quads.

I LOVE your new avatar and quote!

"Ooooooh"

"Peter, those are Cheerios."


Hahahhaa
 

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california...knows how to party.
 

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Sunny weather makes me soooooooooooooo happy! I just ate my lunch outside and it was absolutely beautiful. I have a new avatar in celebration of the sun.

On a similar note I just withdrew my acceptance from burr cold Chicago :) I am going to be getting $100 in the mail and I get to remain in this delightful weather for the next four years:D
 

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Soon, I plan on working on getting multiple melanoma.
 
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It's been cloudy and raining all day...

Gotta love the midwest.
 

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Originally posted by Jalby
Soon, I plan on working on getting multiple melanoma.

I'm still working on getting my first melanoma. Learn to walk before you run, eh? (badum tshhh)
 

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Originally posted by Slickness
I have noticed on campus the girls are looking better. Maybe because it's getting sunnier, and they're dressing accordingly.:D

Now if only they would enroll in virology next quarter....
 

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*gasp*
all those comments about the way girls dress when the weather changes.
a little sexist, no?

sheesh. no matter how "elevated" people pretend they are when they're interviewing....they're still...


so


disappointing.



AP
 

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Everyone here seems to like hot weather...dry and hot, I think I can still tolerate it...humid and hot, forget it, I'm moving to Canada instead ;)
 

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Everyone here seems to like hot weather...dry and hot, I think I can still tolerate it...humid and hot, forget it, I'm moving to Canada instead :)

Please see my post above ;) You will rethink this statement

Treg
 

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Originally posted by Treg
It was -19 C here last night. We still have 2 ft of snow in the yard...

+pissed+

Please AECOM accept me so I can be in NYC....

Treg

-19 C can't be that bad...now hot and humid...that's WORSE.

I grew up in a hot and humid place and sometimes I have to take a few showers each day. When I'm walking on the street, I feel like shooting myself in the head so I don't have to endure the heat...
 

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I lived in the deep south for undergrad, so I feel your pain for extreme heat and humidity (part of the reason why I am here now :)).

That being said, 6 months of cold, snow, ice, bitter wind, SUCKS. Trust me on this. People freeze to death walking home from a party, etc. at least a few times every year here. How sad is that? In fact, a few years back a 2 year old went outside one night at -25 C, froze for 2+ hours, and ultimately recovered completely because she froze so quickly that there was minimal brain damage.

**waaaaaahhhhh*** I want spring! ***waaaahhhhh***

:D

Treg
 

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Originally posted by Treg
People freeze to death walking home from a party, etc. at least a few times every year here. How sad is that?


Treg

Are you serious ??? :wow:
 

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Are you serious ???

Yes, albeit that it is usually on the outskirts of town or in rural locations.

Treg
 

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Soon, I plan on working on getting multiple melanoma.

ummm for a second year you should know better!

multiple MYELOMA

MALIGNANT melanoma

tsk tsk :D
 

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Originally posted by Treg
I lived in the deep south for undergrad, so I feel your pain for extreme heat and humidity (part of the reason why I am here now :)).

That being said, 6 months of cold, snow, ice, bitter wind, SUCKS. Trust me on this. People freeze to death walking home from a party, etc. at least a few times every year here. How sad is that? In fact, a few years back a 2 year old went outside one night at -25 C, froze for 2+ hours, and ultimately recovered completely because she froze so quickly that there was minimal brain damage.

**waaaaaahhhhh*** I want spring! ***waaaahhhhh***

:D

Treg

yea that's sad. I guess a not-so-extreme place will be ideal. Where are you now? Like way up in New England? Canada?
 

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Originally posted by Adapt
I have noticed on campus the girls are looking better. Maybe because it's getting sunnier, and they're dressing accordingly.:D

I coined a phrase for this:
"The butter is melting"
 

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humidity is good for the skin. :rolleyes:
but i get tired of swimming around everytime I am outside.
 
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