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It was freezing this morning though. Have yall ever tried to build a house in this type of weather? I'm just telling u it freaking sucks.
As you might guess, this is a peakbaggers name. According to the urban dictionary, it is older slang used in cold weather to place emphasis on how extremely cold it is outdoors. Any name is better for point 5, northeast of Big Chief Mountain.
Last edited on Oct 16 Submitted by Dave B. Vote how vulgar the word is — not how mean it is.
That old saying is referring to a region of the Yukon Territory around the Klondike River. They are both colder than a well diggers lunchbox :. Extremely cold in the winter but it was not so bad in summer. However, it was still pretty cold, much colder than in Illinois.
Not at all. Much more like winter in Headingley or Hull in the s before double glazing, central heating, decent insulation, lined curtains and all the rest. I don't know if you were already there, but I remember it was a disaster.
We talked about making pots, selling pots, shows, galleries, online marketing and on and on and it was good fun. I had forgotten that on Wednesday, local jazz musicians play there at the Nachbar and for the last hour that we were there, there was live jazz. We were both equally surprised at the end of the evening to find out that each other was a fan of The Brian Jonestown Massacre.