Drought!!!!!!!!!!

@suzzy3 (8357)
June 11, 2012 4:52pm CST
If you live anywhere in the British Isles you will be suffereing from a drought.This is the wettest drought In my life time.Are you finding this drought just a little damp????
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@stanley777 (7177)
• Philippines
12 Jun 12
Isn't drought, meaning no rain.. We have another name for it here.. and it is a nightmare for our farmers.. But then i looked it up on the internet and the meaning of drought is complicated, now i am confused.
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@suzzy3 (8357)
20 Jun 12
Sorry I keep forgetting this goes out around the world.We had two dry winters ,not enough rain our underground reserves of water were really low and our resoviours were getting low.which was fare enough,but it rained for about 4 weeks without a break and the man kept coming on the tv reminding us there was a hosepipe ban meaning we could not water the gardens with a hosepipe ,who on earth would go out and use a hosepipe in the pouring rain.It was supposed to be a joke only the English would understand. Sorry about that.I do realise drought is no joke our farmers were getting worried fortunately it rained hard for weeks.
@bjc66bjc (6745)
• United States
11 Jun 12
Hi suzzy, It has to be difficult during a drought..fortunately here in the USA I have never experienced a drought during my life thus far... However, the weather is ONE thing that people have avsolutely no control of...But I do hope your area get the well deseversed.
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@suzzy3 (8357)
20 Jun 12
A drought in England means a hose pipe ban after 2 dry winters ,it was pouring with rain for weeks and they kept telling us there was a hosepipe ban.Who on earth would want to water the garden in the pouring rain.