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Things the UK is hotter than today:
1. Spain
2. Texas
3. Lava
4. Tabasco
5. A vindaloo
6. The Earths core
7. The sun
8. A sauna
9. A sauna on the sun
10. The inside of a tent any time after 7am
11. Cheese fondue
12. A shower when somebody nearby runs a tap
13. A laptop after 20 minutes of use
14. The Doritos in a red packet
15. A jacket potato
16. The inside of a toasted Pop Tart
17. The inside of a toasted pitta bread
18. The inside of pretty much anything thats been in a toaster
19. The inside of a toaster
20. A bonfire
21. The fuzz in Hot Fuzz
22. Sriracha
23. The equator
24. A pizza when its straight out of the oven but youll still try and eat it
25. A hot tub
26. The hot tub in Hot Tub Time Machine
27. The hot tub in Hot Tub Time Machine 2
28. Leather car seats
29. Anyone wearing black
30. The pan that holds sizzling fajitas you get in restaurants
31. Vanilla Ices cousin, Saffron Fire
32. Running a bath in Mexico
33. Running a temperature in Mexico
34. Running a marathon in Mexico
35. Mexico
36. A Bombay Bad Boy Pot Noodle
37. The steam that comes out of a pre-heated oven
38. The steam that comes out of a microwave ready meal when you peel back the film
39. Steam in general
40. Antarctica
41. A plate thats been in the microwave
42. Boiling water
43. Mordor

(Borrowed from innocent)

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Personally I have no idea what they are on about, the temperature is just perfect......as long as I dont move, at all, ever!

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I must fill up the paddling pool before the hosepip ban kicks in (joking)confusebiggrinbiggrin

Enjoy



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Thought it was a thread about me for a minute

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Well one can dream can't they?



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Leger wrote:

Thought it was a thread about me for a minute

biggrinbiggrin

Well one can dream can't they?


Don't put yourself down John, remember we've seen the Baywatch beach photo

Hi Joanne

When I read the list I did pause at the vindaloo, that's way too hot for me but it did make me think of a sizzling pan of chicken tikka coming out down at the Indian.



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Leger wrote:

Thought it was a thread about me for a minute

biggrinbiggrin

Well one can dream can't they?


Hey hot stuff

I can start a thread about you if you want me too!!! Although there may be some jealous folk about if I do thatwink



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Artois wrote:
Leger wrote:

Thought it was a thread about me for a minute

biggrinbiggrin

Well one can dream can't they?


Don't put yourself down John, remember we've seen the Baywatch beach photo

Hi Joanne

When I read the list I did pause at the vindaloo, that's way too hot for me but it did make me think of a sizzling pan of chicken tikka coming out down at the Indian.


Lush Doug. And the Chicken tikka too.wink

I spoke too soon, it's just piddled down here. Typical, since I found a good book I could read in the garden on a rare short lunch break.



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Hey hot stuff

I can start a thread about you if you want me too!!! Although there may be some jealous folk about if I do thatwink


Hahahahahaha

Securicor wars all over again!!



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Cheshire wrote:

I spoke too soon, it's just piddled down here. Typical, since I found a good book I could read in the garden on a rare short lunch break.


Hi Joanne,

Was wet and overcast here all morning but turned out lovely again now.

I love reading, at the moment I am on a Wilbur Smith book based back in 1710 which like most of his books is a good read

What you reading??? In fact the question is open to all to join in with what are you reading at the moment?



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Glad to see everyone is keeping busy :)

We had horrible grey day in Scotland with lots of drizzly, sticky rain yesterday Joanne - it was still nice and warm at 19c though!

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Leger wrote:

Hahahahahaha

Securicor wars all over again!!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAy0lkB00JE



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Artois wrote:
Cheshire wrote:

I spoke too soon, it's just piddled down here. Typical, since I found a good book I could read in the garden on a rare short lunch break.


Hi Joanne,

Was wet and overcast here all morning but turned out lovely again now.

I love reading, at the moment I am on a Wilbur Smith book based back in 1710 which like most of his books is a good read

What you reading??? In fact the question is open to all to join in with what are you reading at the moment?


Ive read a couple of Wilbur Smith's in the past. Was going to pinch a book off my Dad as he had loads and I wanted a new one, but a physical book. But left it at his house, so Im back to my kindle and reading an old school reading list book by Harrison Ainsworth - The Lancashire Witches. Bit of a slog with ye olde english in parts, but based on a true story (loosely) and besides I love Pendle Hill where its based!



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Kinbuck wrote:

Glad to see everyone is keeping busy :)

We had horrible grey day in Scotland with lots of drizzly, sticky rain yesterday Joanne - it was still nice and warm at 19c though!


Yoh Janet..... stranger!!!!!!

Gosh, its hardly dropping to 19 degrees at night here, although I know that London/outer London is worse as I was down there in that sticky horribleness last week!

Hows the job going?



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Artois wrote:

What you reading??? In fact the question is open to all to join in with what are you reading at the moment?


The Hobbit



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Artois wrote:
What you reading??? In fact the question is open to all to join in with what are you reading at the moment?

IFRS16

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"What you reading???"

Your post. Well, I was until I started this reply, now I'm reading my own words as I type them.

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I've not read a physical book in years, love reading on Kindle, mainly crime or physiological thrillers, however at the moment I'm reading a racy tale of a young girls's bid to get deflowered. It's quite edgy with more than a sprinkling of "bad" language. Not my normal genre and probably more of a woman's read, but the author is known to me so I promised I'd read it and give a review. It's called "Diary of an Ageing Sexual Adolescent" by Angelina Kennedy, it's available now as a digital download or in paperback on Friday on Amazon. I'm going to get the paperback signed _ just in case _ she becomes famous (sadly missed out on J K Rowlings lol)



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Casu wrote:
Artois wrote:

What you reading??? In fact the question is open to all to join in with what are you reading at the moment?


The Hobbit


I read that one back in about 1974 ish. Another school reading list book! Still not seen all the films!!!!confuse



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Artois wrote:
What you reading??? In fact the question is open to all to join in with what are you reading at the moment?

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Oh dear!!!!!!!!!!!

yawnyawnyawnyawn

I suppose someone has to.



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VinceH wrote:

"What you reading???"

Your post. Well, I was until I started this reply, now I'm reading my own words as I type them.


Who said Accountants aren't funny!

What would you be reading if you had time/weren't reading this!



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Leger wrote:

I've not read a physical book in years, love reading on Kindle, mainly crime or physiological thrillers, however at the moment I'm reading a racy tale of a young girls's bid to get deflowered. It's quite edgy with more than a sprinkling of "bad" language. Not my normal genre and probably more of a woman's read, but the author is known to me so I promised I'd read it and give a review. It's called "Diary of an Ageing Sexual Adolescent" by Angelina Kennedy, it's available now as a digital download or in paperback on Friday on Amazon. I'm going to get the paperback signed _ just in case _ she becomes famous (sadly missed out on J K Rowlings lol)


Im with you on your usual choice of book, the name alone puts me off that other one, being the 'diary' but I mean. Let us know what you think!

I recently went to an author talk for a chap who lives near me and has written a few books - police proecdural types (and then for some reason moved on to ghostly fairy type or some such nonsense). I did say I would try some of his earlier books but I cannot for the life of me remember his name. Oops!!!!! Apparently its really easy to recognise places from his descriptions, including his friends old house which he made into a Madam's house which then raised a few eyebrows in the (ever so lightly posh) area.



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I'm with you on your usual choice of book, the name alone puts me off that other one, being the 'diary' but I mean. Let us know what you think!

I recently went to an author talk for a chap who lives near me and has written a few books - police proecdural types (and then for some reason moved on to ghostly fairy type or some such nonsense). I did say I would try some of his earlier books but I cannot for the life of me remember his name. Oops!!!!! Apparently its really easy to recognise places from his descriptions, including his friends old house which he made into a Madam's house which then raised a few eyebrows in the (ever so lightly posh) area.


If you enjoy police procedurals I can recommend Conrad Jones, there's a series of them all set in Liverpool, including one set in a semi apocalyptic future, as well as M A Comley's Justice series, and I particularly like Angela Marsons, who has written a series of books about Kim Stone, a DI in the black country.



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Oh my dreadful typing!! Now I cannot edit it as you have quoted me.

I bought my Mum the Angela Marsons book for Christmas to get her on to a new author and the feedback was good. Not had the chance to borrow them as I probably only get to read about 3 minutes every week!!

Noted re the other two for the future. My Dad is ploughing through so many books in this hot weather that I might need some ideas for him as well as for me when I get more time, so thanks for that John, very useful.

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