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All In London
Since: Apr 2005
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Posted: Wednesday the 15th December 2010 at 15:21


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Do we want more snow?
Yes please, let it fall (50%)

No, well and truly sick of it (50%)

Total votes = 6



Are you looking forward to more snow or not?


Personally I'm not excited about more snow, it looks pretty but it gets in the way of everything and I hate having cold hands and fingers.


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Nadia86
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Posted: Wednesday the 15th December 2010 at 15:30


More snow!


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All In London
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Posted: Wednesday the 15th December 2010 at 17:07


I don't mind a bit of snow, but our postman and bin-men don't need much of an excuse not to bother turning up for work so I'd rather we didn't have a repeat of two weeks ago.


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Posted: Thursday the 16th December 2010 at 11:42


I can understand why Brits have such a bad attitude towards cold weather, as we get a lot of it, but there isnt anything we can do about it. I love the snow! Especially when its fresh and crisp. You'll live a much better life if you try to always be positive. I hate it when my hands and toes get cold, but I only have myself to blame. Just gotta wrap up more next time.

This country is rubbish with snow. It takes a couple of inches to close down schools and to cause grid lock?! What?! That's the only thing I get annoyed about with snow. Government don't know what to do with it.


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Posted: Thursday the 16th December 2010 at 12:08


I think if I were on holiday in the countryside I'd like the snow a lot more.

Unfortunately for me, when it snows in London it makes my life expensive. I can't ride my motorbike to work so have to negotiate public transport, assuming it's running and end up paying money I don't have for it.

Also the cold messes with my joints bad. I don't seem to be good at controlling my body temperature, which doesn't help. I can wrap up all you like but am still freezing, so I try not to go outside as much as possible. But like I say, the biggest problem is my joints. Last time it snowed a few weeks ago, I ended up using my walking stick as my knee just couldn't hold my weight. Not great when you're 26 years old. Boo hoo!

Think I need to move to Florida... Nice and warm and better for my joints!!


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DJ Paparazzi
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Posted: Thursday the 16th December 2010 at 12:09


Bring it on !


A.Hammond
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Posted: Thursday the 16th December 2010 at 17:08


I love taking photos of the snow but that's all I like about it.

Snow's only good when you get a day off school. I left school 4 years ago and work doesn't care whether it's snowing or not, so no I don't want more snow.

Last year I got stuck in traffic for 5 hours taking my brother to work which should have only taken 10 minutes. He got home from work before I did!


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Aly
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Posted: Friday the 17th December 2010 at 10:56


Too right! Work shouldn't care if it's snowing or not! Unless you have far to travel and it's dangerous. Even so, they should do more gritting!!


Oooo, the poll is 50/50!


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