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Let it snow/Bah Humbug!

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Is it time to hide the feature until the colder months return? Read More
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4m, 3w agoPosted 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Is it time to hide the feature until the colder months return?
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4m, 3w agoPosted 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Return? It's barely felt like winter again this year, just rained more :(
#2
...It's still cold.. & it was snowing last week.
#3
1 March 2017 is the first day of the meteorological spring and it's a bit past Christmas for the Bah, Humbug! part (Most people associate it solely with Christmas)
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Make something with blooming daffodils perhaps? Flower power/Just the deals.
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Whats going on? I don't think ive been drinking but hotdeals has gone mad!!
#6
alltaken123
1 March 2017 is the first day of the meteorological spring and it's a bit past Christmas for the Bah, Humbug! part (Most people associate it solely with Christmas)

20/21 March is the cusp of the Spring Equinox.

"Bah Humbug!" works all year 'round.
#7
Depending upon which definition you use, there are actually two different dates that the mark the first day of spring.

1 March 2017 is the first day of the meteorological spring

20 March 2017 is the first day of the astronomical spring
#8
alltaken123
Depending upon which definition you use, there are actually two different dates that the mark the first day of spring.
1 March 2017 is the first day of the meteorological spring
20 March 2017 is the first day of the astronomical spring

Yes, we've covered that already.

"Bah, Humbug!" (this time with a comma)
#9
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alltaken123
Depending upon which definition you use, there are actually two different dates that the mark the first day of spring.
1 March 2017 is the first day of the meteorological spring
20 March 2017 is the first day of the astronomical spring
Yes, we've covered that already.
"Bah, Humbug!" (this time with a comma)
If it makes you feel better, then great! :D
#10
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..."Bah, Humbug!" (this time with a comma)
alltaken123
If it makes you feel better, then great! :D

I was just being consistent with the title of the menu item to stop the snowfall.
#11
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..."Bah, Humbug!" (this time with a comma)
alltaken123
If it makes you feel better, then great! :D
I was just being consistent with the title of the menu item to stop the snowfall.
That's good. I was going to amend it but I digress, I was feeling lazy.
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alltaken123
That's good. I was going to amend it but I digress, I was feeling lazy.

Don't ignore the other dwarves.
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need one for rain
#14
Most of the North West had what can only be described as a 'Snow Blizzard' yesterday. Not everyone lives in London you know!
#15
Deaa
Most of the North West had what can only be described as a 'Snow Blizzard' yesterday. Not everyone lives in London you know!
How did you know!
#16
alltaken123
Deaa
Most of the North West had what can only be described as a 'Snow Blizzard' yesterday. Not everyone lives in London you know!
How did you know!
:P
#18
Deaa
Most of the North West had what can only be described as a 'Snow Blizzard' yesterday. Not everyone lives in London you know!


:D

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