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(Daily Mail)   Britain's Daily Mail documents chaos caused by Storm Gareth and 27-hour WEATHER BOMB. Enormous lorry queues; mountain goats blown into town centres; women battling with high winds; awkward plane landings; and more   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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2019-03-13 09:15:01 PM  
But no mention of dogs and cats, living together?
 
2019-03-13 10:30:44 PM  
Those goats have tasted suburban hedges now and they know how to get there from the mountains, this will not end well. No topiary is safe, the privet is in danger, no shrubbery can withstand...  WILD HEDGICIDAL GOATS!

(Coming to Netflix soon)
 
2019-03-14 12:14:33 AM  
Where did the mountain goats blow in from? The Rockies? Maybe Wales? Either way, that's quite the storm.
 
2019-03-14 12:15:21 AM  
Maybe I'm a Puritan, prude, woman hating celibate, but why would you wear a short skirt in weather like that?
 
2019-03-14 12:15:55 AM  
"Operation Stack at Port of Dover in Kent is in for first time since July 2015 amid seven-mile queues for lorries "

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2019-03-14 12:16:49 AM  

brantgoose: Where did the mountain goats blow in from? The Rockies? Maybe Wales? Either way, that's quite the storm.


This story is made for the phrase "blows goats".
 
2019-03-14 12:17:10 AM  
Still a better outcome than No-Deal Brexit.
 
2019-03-14 12:19:15 AM  

brantgoose: Where did the mountain goats blow in from? The Rockies? Maybe Wales? Either way, that's quite the storm.


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2019-03-14 12:23:24 AM  
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2019-03-14 12:28:38 AM  

Trocadero: Maybe I'm a Puritan, prude, woman hating celibate, but why would you wear a short skirt in weather like that?


You know how chicks like to flap their lips..

/exits quickly
 
2019-03-14 12:33:55 AM  

Mr. Shabooboo: brantgoose: Where did the mountain goats blow in from? The Rockies? Maybe Wales? Either way, that's quite the storm.

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I just looked at the pictures with that article just now. The mountain goats were actually IN Wales, literally, physically in Wales. I am amazed. It's like I am psychic or lucked out with a wild stab in the dark or something. What are the odds? Let me guess: 75,000 to one against.

I am glad I added Wales to my joke at the last minute. It would have been a bust with only the Rocky Mountains.
 
2019-03-14 12:35:12 AM  

Trocadero: Maybe I'm a Puritan, prude, woman hating celibate, but why would you wear a short skirt in weather like that?

Il faut souffrir pour être belle.


$250,000 worth of unversity behind that joke. I hope you enjoyed it.
 
2019-03-14 12:53:09 AM  
B737-800 handling it like a boss and laughing at its fancy brother.

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2019-03-14 01:23:29 AM  

thorpe: "Operation Stack at Port of Dover in Kent is in for first time since July 2015 amid seven-mile queues for lorries "

What does this mean in English?


The stores are out of Marmite and toilet paper
 
2019-03-14 02:52:44 AM  
3 weather bombs in a week? Detroit, Denver, now England?
 
2019-03-14 03:08:59 AM  

Kevin72: 3 weather bombs in a week? Detroit, Denver, now England?


This Chinese hoax has legs.
 
2019-03-14 04:16:29 AM  
Great, now I question the existence of storms, lorries, queues, mountain goats, town centres, women, wind, and planes.
 
2019-03-14 06:05:24 AM  

Trocadero: Maybe I'm a Puritan, prude, woman hating celibate, but why would you wear a short skirt in weather like that?


Because you want to.
 
2019-03-14 07:44:42 AM  

thorpe: "Operation Stack at Port of Dover in Kent is in for first time since July 2015 amid seven-mile queues for lorries "

What does this mean in English?


Operation Stack is Britain's desperate response to whenever the Channel Tunnel or Port of Dover cannot cope with the massive amount of haulage traffic that passes through them every single day. Rather than use the UKs other points of entrance most of our import export business is funneled down 2 motorways into Kent and through there to France. If the flow is slowed even a little bit thousands of trucks end up parked on the driving lane of the M20 motorway, for hours or days depending on how farked the Channel crossing systems are. This brings abject misery to anyone trying to move around Kent quickly as the M20 is a major arterial route for the county.
How much fun would a No Brexit deal be for Kent? Hmm, shame the silly coonts living in Kent mainly voted to leave the EU due to "too many foreign trucks trundling through their patch". I guess they would rather they were stacked up on the farking motorway all day instead.....

/Kent home of many Daily Fail readers.
// I lived there until the stupid started to burn.
/// West Yorkshire is about far enough away for me to forget about it most of the time.
 
2019-03-14 11:47:28 AM  

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TFA: "The Met Office, who has issued warnings for all of Wales, large parts of England, the west coast of Scotland and Northern Ireland, also advised people to tie down or put away loose items in the garden and to take care outside."
Why didn't they listen??
 
2019-03-14 06:44:02 PM  

AuxRSS: MSBFDffpm: [img.fark.net image 600x531]

TFA: "The Met Office, who has issued warnings for all of Wales, large parts of England, the west coast of Scotland and Northern Ireland, also advised people to tie down or put away loose items in the garden and to take care outside."
Why didn't they listen??


If they aren't careful, they'll find garden gnomes in the Derry air...
 
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