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    squawly wind :D




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    So do I laugh or go and get my big coat?

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    i thought squawly was a funny word - it is a real word i think, no idea what it means though!




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    Is it a real word?

    Wonder if it means a good wind or a bad wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 70637
    Is it a real word?

    Wonder if it means a good wind or a bad wind.
    good wind?




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    You know, a gentle cooling breeze that floats in off the sea.

    Or is it going to be a "blow you off your bicycle" type wind.

    Least he didn't say squawky wind. Then we would be really confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 70643
    You know, a gentle cooling breeze that floats in off the sea.

    Or is it going to be a "blow you off your bicycle" type wind.

    Least he didn't say squawky wind. Then we would be really confused.

    of course, the kind of wind that dries your washing! bad wind comes from....men usually! ;)

    i found this
    SQUALL A squall is a strong, sudden wind which generally lasts a few minutes then quickly decreases in speed. Squalls are generally associated with severe thunderstorms.

    i googled squawly wind and it does exist as a word in the weather world - squawly wind, squawly rain and such like.....!




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    So it's not looking good for the weekend then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 70653
    So it's not looking good for the weekend then.

    erm.......no!


    however, he could've been talking about the weather in Russia for all the notice I was taking of him!




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    ok, so i guess he wasn't talking about Russia after all!

    it's *very* wet and windy and I accidentally left some washing on the line last night which would've actually been dry if I'd remembered to get it in :(

    i wonder if it'll dry up in time for my sisters bonfire tonight? :rolleyes008:




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