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Thursday, July 14, 2005

Il fait chaud

Do you have any idea what 30 degrees feels like with 80 per cent humidity? Hot.

Also, you should see my hair.

3 Comments:

Anonymous collin said...

I'll see your 30 degrees, raise you six degrees, an oversaturated water table, and a tornado coupled with fist-sized hail. Currently, I'm off to "Awful-fest", which is nothing more than 24 consecutive hours of craggy-toothed hillbilly's gorging themselves on Tang and Spam while a loop tape of My Sharona blares over air-raid sirens and people throw darts at each other. Plus there a rock in my shoe and the town has been overrun by elephants who've been shitting all over everything.
Go ahead, separate. See if we care.

1:20 PM

 
Anonymous iain said...

Oh, and here's a bit of trivia regarding your stated hair problem. Shampoo in French is Shampooing. But it's not pronounced like you'd expect it to be. Try sham-poain. And you've got to say the poain part like the oua part in ouais (the Québécois pronunciation of "oui"). If you say "shampoo-ing" they'll look at you funny. God, I love Québec.

2:38 PM

 
Blogger the flu said...

I wish I knew what that felt like. I've been stuck with 33 degrees with a humidity that bumps up the sucka to 45.
Thankfully my hair is luscious enough to withstand the such blatant attempts of nature to crush my will to move.

4:18 PM

 

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