trwi7 wrote:The Rodzilla wrote:trwi7 wrote:You complain for a week long heatwave?
yes i admit im a whiny pussy but man those heatwaves are pure torture especially if it goes on for more than a few days
but in conclusion the outdoor daytime situation is so much better in sydney, it really is an uplifting scenario to take that coastal walk i was talking about or simply having breakfast at circular quay or on the ferry, thats why melbournians are great basketball players because the melbourne kids are forced into playing indoor activity at schools and on weekends
Come here in January when it's 10 degrees and there's 20 inches of snow on the ground and then tell me how much Melbourne sucks. Or come here in July or August when it's 90-95 degrees with balls-sticking-to-your-leg humidity.
If you're on the coast in Australia your weather is in the top 1% of the world.
lol ok i didnt think we were evaluating melbourne from a worldly point of view
btw i wouldnt mind a little snow every once in a while to cozy up next to a fire and make a whole thing of it