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Thread: How cold is it?? (funny)

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    How cold is it?? (funny)

    COLD IS A RELATIVE THING...

    65 degrees above zero:

    Floridians turn on the heat.
    People in Michigan plant gardens.


    60 degrees above zero:

    Californians shiver uncontrollably.
    People in Michigan sunbathe.

    50 degrees above zero:

    Floridians get their fur coats out.
    People in Michigan drive with the
    windows down..


    40 degrees above zero:

    Georgians don coats, thermal
    underwear, gloves, wool hats.
    People in Michigan throw on a
    flannel shirt.


    35 degrees above zero:

    New York landlords finally turn up the heat.
    People in Michigan have the last cookout before it gets cold.


    20 degrees above zero:

    People in Miami all die.
    Michiganders close the windows.


    Zero:

    Californians fly away to Mexico.
    People in Michigan get out their winter coats.

    10 below zero:

    Hollywood disintegrates.
    The Girl Scouts in Michigan are selling cookies door to door.


    20 below zero:

    Washington DC runs out of hot air.
    People in Michigan let the dogs sleep indoors.


    30 below zero:

    Santa Claus abandons the North Pole.
    Michiganders get upset because they can't start the Snowmobile.



    40 below zero:

    ALL atomic motion stops.
    People in Michigan start saying...'Cold enough fer ya?'


    50 below zero:

    H*ll freezes over.
    The Lions win the Super Bowl !

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    So true One could substitute Minnesota for Michigan except one cannot substitute Vikings in the last line
    Nancy in western NY

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    I agree with everything but the last one. I have cooked out on the grill with 2 to 4 feet of snow on the ground.

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    Rofl! Thanks for the giggles!

    This reminds me of something I read somewhere, can't remember where. A woman said she didn't realize her nipples were supposed to be soft until she moved from North Dakota to Texas. Rofl!!!

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    Makes me glad I live in South Texas.

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    This is so funny. I do grill year round. It was down to 27 the past week. Cold for here cause of humidity. Had the air conditioner on for 3 days this weekend. Was 70, hot & muggy. Now it is 30 again. We never know from day to the next. We dress up in the morning & peel off in the afternoon.
    Live everyday so that when your feet hit the floor in the morning the devil says oh crap she's up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonymac View Post
    I agree with everything but the last one. I have cooked out on the grill with 2 to 4 feet of snow on the ground.
    I've done that! had to get the broom out to clear the snow off the lid first.

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    Love this! Thanks for a wonderful laugh!

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    Good one!
    CHOCOLATE MAKES MY CLOTHES SHRINK.

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    I didn't realize grilling was seasonal??? What the heck. I grill outside all year...gotta remove some snow from around the grill but the heat melts the rest teh heh!

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