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ziptnf
It's Friday in Australia at least. Good morning Stu!

Twas a normal evening, my wife and I reading in bed before sleepy time, the dishwasher doing its nightly load, when suddenly the hot water line behind the dishwasher busts or disconnects or something and starts flooding our kitchen. I was initially worried about a pipe bust somewhere, and am running around in my underwear trying to find the main valve. I finally turn off the water supply feeding the dishwasher and the standing water in the kitchen has seeped through the tile floor and into the basement, where it looks like it's raining. The previous owners didn't bond the tile to the sub floor, and we have major cracks in the grout. The water has started busting up the tiles, and in addition the raining water damaged our washing machine's electrical panel. Going to have a fun time waltzing with insurance for the next few months.

How about yous?
Silky Johnson
Trance-M
46.6 degrees C in Adelaide :wtf:
Sushipunk
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Originally posted by ziptnf
Good morning Stu!


Morning!


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Originally posted by Trance-M
46.6 degrees C in Adelaide :wtf:


There's been a heat wave pretty much country-wide for the better part of a week now. Where I live it's been 36C for a few days, but we have high humidity here, whereas Adelaide doesn't.

Not pleasant, to say the least.
Silky Johnson
Great weekend ahead. Skiing tomorrow. Birthday celebrations for a friend on Saturday. Relax mode Sunday!

In other news, Orbital are performing on Saturday at Movement this year, so I bought a one day pass for that. Monday's line up was released today and it's ing STACKED. I have FOMO about it, but I know I'll be glad to be home recuperating, and be with my sweet child and husband. Hehehe.
Lira
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Originally posted by Trance-M
46.6 degrees C in Adelaide :wtf:

If there's a reason I count myself lucky for living in the highlands, this is it.

It's never been over 37,3C here. Ever. And we're about as far from the Equator line as Cooktown, in Queensland. Cooktown, for goodness' sake, even the name makes it sound like whole place is boiling.

It's a better name than Townsville City though.
Jon_Snow
We had 8 of snow and freezing rain Sunday followed by -2F the next day, and today it rained all day with a high of 60F
Lira
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We had 8 of snow and freezing rain Sunday followed by -2F the next day, and today it rained all day with a high of 60F

If there's a reason I count myself unlucky for living in the tropics, this is it.

The most snow I've ever seen here is the frost in my old fridge :(
Boomer187
It snows here like once a year. It might come on tuesday. I need to stock up on Milk and Bread!

Hitting a 1yr bday party with just me and the lil one. Yea, we gonna get lit.
DJ RANN
Been getting a bit chilly here, it was down to 15c last night and it's only 21c today.

You know somewhere is hot when the top 15 hottest places on earth are all in the same country lol

https://www.smh.com.au/environment/...116-p50rmr.html

Jon_Snow
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Originally posted by Lira
If there's a reason I count myself unlucky for living in the tropics, this is it.

The most snow I've ever seen here is the frost in my old fridge :(

I want to mail you some snow.
SYSTEM-J
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Originally posted by Silky Johnson
In other news, Orbital are performing on Saturday at Movement this year, so I bought a one day pass for that.


Hopefully for you they won't play too much of their new album. What a load of that is.

It's finally been getting wintry here. We've had plenty of ice and sleet, and there's snow and sub-zero temperatures forecast for next week. Hopefully we won't have any of the bull we had to deal with last winter though.
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