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    Fly away wheelie bin??? A grocery cart?






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    Wheelie bins - the type of bins most UK households have now. They can get caught by the wind and kinda zoom at you
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    They also topple like dominoes along a whole street when a big gust of wind blows down there.

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    It's like a scene from Doctor Who when they all come rolling towards you from across the street






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    it was scary at times here but everything stayed intact then yesterday it just rained and rained and rained - I lined up all my honey pots on a tree branch and Lisa sent out a message in a bottle

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    Ah... wheelie bins. That's a new name I'll introduce to the neighborhood! We have the same here. A great huge green thing in use by the city for refuse. We have two little open bins (square small things) for recycling...

    Wheelie bins. Learn something new every day.






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    We had a really big down pour this morning about 9am and it was really scary as my window wipers could't cope with the amount of rain, plus the wind had picked up which made the rain worse. Oh I love British weather...

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    We were watching the international weather last night. I was raining in Ireland. That's news? :D :D






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    just heavy wind and rain here luckily, bro said he had hailstones so big they were setting car alarms off tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by lozzy, post: 177103
    We had a really big down pour this morning about 9am and it was really scary as my window wipers could't cope with the amount of rain, plus the wind had picked up which made the rain worse. Oh I love British weather...
    I was standing in the classroom watching that.

    And also watching a classroom assistant and two girls take refuge in the equipment shed where they were stranded for 20 minutes.

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