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Long and Dull Winter
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Is it just me, or do you consider winter long and dull at times? It's usually cold, so you can't do much outside, there's not many holidays where you get the holiday feel to distract you and there's not much time off of school. Not to mention snow storms after snow storms.
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#2
Is this a reference to the Arthur episode?

Absolutely, when I was in school, I always felt winter would never end.
I am dead but I must still go to work. -The Sixth Sense
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#3
YES!

God, there were days in winter I thought would never end. In school, it felt like being dead, just with homework. Wink
Fry: "What was the purpose of life, anyway?"
Farnsworth: "Who knows? Probably some hogwash about the human spirit."
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#4
Arthur episode? Never seen it.
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(04-14-2018, 09:10 PM)BFnutley Wrote: Arthur episode? Never seen it.

http://arthur.wikia.com/wiki/The_Long%2C_Dull_Winter

You should check it out.
Fry: "What was the purpose of life, anyway?"
Farnsworth: "Who knows? Probably some hogwash about the human spirit."
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#6
Winter can be dull, so I'm glad it's summer where I am now.
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(02-13-2019, 03:24 AM)AlvinBert Wrote: Winter can be dull, so I'm glad it's summer where I am now.

Let me guess, Australia?

EDIT: I see the flag now.
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#8
Winters don't really get dull for me but guess it's because it never really gets too cold down here.
When nine hundred years old you reach, look as good you will not.
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#9
Winters drag because there aren't any holidays to break the cycle. Wink
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#10
Winters are long and dull. It's like being dead, except you still got bills.

(02-09-2020, 06:42 PM)Noobie-one Wrote: Winters drag because there aren't any holidays to break the cycle. Wink

Martin Luther King: Am I a joke to you? Wink Tongue
In this world, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant. Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant.
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#11
What I mean is there are no holidays between Christmas and Easter that have all the trappings of a holiday (decorations, candy, time off of school/overtime at work, TV specials, parades, etc.). Valentine's Day is the closest but you usually don't get time off of school (except for a snow day or like this year have President's day come close enough).
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