For The Sake Of Our Weather, Don't Move A Muscle Donald!

@WorDazza (10100)
Manchester, England
April 28, 2016 1:33am CST
I'm afraid that today I'm reverting to type and discussing the favourite subject of the good old British public. No, I don't mean social awkwardness in a polite queueing situation, I mean, of course, the enigma that is the British weather. For a few weeks the temperature has been steadily climbing as we meander through the early stages of spring. So much so that it encouraged us to give Hugo the dog a severe haircut in preparation for the warmer weather. Big mistake! The poor little fella has spent the last few mornings conducting his morning constitutional wrapped in his winter jacket in sub-zero temperatures while snow flutters gently from the sky and he pees icicles!! So what's responsible for this sudden reverse? The swivel-eyed loon (probably deserving of a separate discussion!), who is an habitual denizen of my health club sauna, will no doubt have it down as a Zionist plot. Get the temperature up, encourage us to pack away our winter wardrobes and then BAM! Hit us with snow and all we'll have in our wardrobes are Hawaiian shirts, lightweight casual slacks and the odd canvas deck shoe. Immediate breakdown of society!! However, as with most conspiracy theories, the truth is far simpler. You should all know of the butterfly effect. That's what this is! At least a variation on it. Every time Donald Trump moves his head he causes that ridiculous wispy shredded wheat thing on his head to sway in the breeze. This triggers a chain of events that ultimately leads to crap weather in Manchester, UK! Simple. Actually, if the sauna-dwelling swivel-eyed loon reads this it probably makes his Zionist plot theory look plausible!!!
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@LadyDuck (170104)
• Switzerland
28 Apr 16
Now I know who to blame for our cold, freezing, wind, always the same man, Donald!
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
29 Apr 16
He is the root of all things bad. I'm currently training Hugo the dog to growl at him when he appears on television. Hugo isn't happy that our last couple of morning walks have been conducted in full-on blizzard conditions!!
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@LadyDuck (170104)
• Switzerland
29 Apr 16
@WorDazza Poor Hugo, I suppose he cannot understand why he had this severe hair cut right now.
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
29 Apr 16
@LadyDuck He didn't look too pleased this morning. He usually loves his walks but for the past couple of days he's been trying to turn around and go home a few minutes after leaving the house!! It doesn't help that he still has quite furry ears and a furry face so the snow sticks to that and he looks like he's got a big snowball head!!
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• Preston, England
28 Apr 16
I was thinking it was a james Bond villain with a weather machine so it could well be Trump
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
But if the James Bond villain is a Zionist it means the swivel-eyed sauna loon was right all along. Noooooooooooooooooo!!!!!
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@puddleglum (1415)
• United States
28 Apr 16
Have you seen this site yet? I just hope it doesn't cause a blizzard.
Why Donald Trump when you can Trump Donald? #TrumpDonald
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
That would certainly explain what we're seeing over here in the UK. We were hoping to be having a barbecue when we visit my in-laws this weekend. Looks more like we'll be building snowmen!!
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@Platespinner (17026)
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
28 Apr 16
You shouldn't insult butterflies that way...personally think he has more of the bull-in-the-china-shop effect. Which just might explain while weather over on this side of the Atlantic has been a bit extreme in places as well.
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
Bull. Very apt for old Donald, especially when used as a prefix to sh it!!!
@JudyEv (129826)
• Bunbury, Australia
28 Apr 16
Haha. That is so funny. 'Swivel-eyed' brings up great images! Here, we only need to pack away a fraction of our clothes from one season to another so ti's possible to get T-shirt weather even in winter.
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
We're the exact opposite. It's possible to get overcoat and long-john weather even in the summer!!!
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@vandana7 (66816)
• India
28 Apr 16
No kidding...that blond hair of his sure reflects some heat towards this end as well...Shouldn't we be gifting him some hair dye or a cap if he is too lazy to dye is hair..
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
This seems like conclusive proof that Donald Trump's hair is solely responsible for all of the climate change issues we are experiencing.
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@pgntwo (21924)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
28 Apr 16
There's snow business like weather forecasting... And politics.
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
29 Apr 16
Jon Snow would certainly agree that politics is Snow business!!
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@pgntwo (21924)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
29 Apr 16
@WorDazza Oh, it is coming around to that time of year again soon, yes - I wonder what magic formula they'll have for announcing the BREXIT referendum results on 23rd June? I do hope they don't decide to throw the dummy out of the pram...
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
29 Apr 16
@pgntwo I just wonder if they've upped their game regarding the pre-election opinion polls after the disastrous effort that was last years general election polls. As for the actual referendum it's rock and hard place in my opinion. Do we stick with something that clearly needs a major overhaul or do we take a step into the relative unknown???
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• United States
28 Apr 16
I wondered who to blame for the odd weather.
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
Trust me, he's to blame for everything!!
• United States
28 Apr 16
@WorDazza It's Obama I worry about who wants to be king of the world. The presidency was just a stepping stone..
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
@Jeanniemaries Ah yes. We had one of those! Tony Blair. Or Tony Bliar as he became known after the Iraq invasion!!
@CRK109 (14444)
• United States
28 Apr 16
ahhhh so Donald Trump is the one causing the weather problems? It makes sense. So it's not the butterfly effect but the Trump-Hair-Effect, eh? lol Well, if he does, indeed, become President here, he'll be out and about much more often. If he doesn't win the election, he'll probably go back home to his tower, stay inside and leave the weather alone. So we need to find a way to make him lose! lol
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
29 Apr 16
If Trump wins then the weather may be the least of our worries!!! And I refuse to credit that thing on his head with the term 'hair'
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@CRK109 (14444)
• United States
30 Apr 16
@WorDazza LOL! :)
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@maxen07 (887)
• Philippines
29 Apr 16
Fly here to the Philippines and get a dose of melt-in-your-socks from head to toe. We don't need Trump to heat things up, though. It's election season so everything's brewing hot.
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
29 Apr 16
About a month ago I spent a week in Mexico to get a dose of decent weather. It was probably too close to Trump to feel the full effect.
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@jaboUK (54860)
• United Kingdom
29 Apr 16
Even if he doesn't read it, his theory is more plausible than yours. Love the 'shredded wheat' bit
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
29 Apr 16
As I'm sure I've mentioned elsewhere I refuse to flatter that abomination on his head with the term 'hair'. The swivel-eyed loon probably thinks Donald Trump is a Zionist plot all on his own!!
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@JESSY3236 (7038)
• United States
28 Apr 16
It's been hot and rainy lately here. Today it's a rainy day.
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
Donald must have nodded his head this morning!!
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@chance216 (277)
• United States
28 Apr 16
wow it has done the same thing over here. Rain snow and thunder are our forecasted future for the next few days- I'm looking forward to it so much I can feel the cold coming on already-
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
28 Apr 16
Hold him down and shave it all off. It's the only way to restore normality to our weather!!!
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@pgntwo (21924)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
29 Apr 16
I am reminded of...
Lyrics: I just down from the Isle of Skye I'm no very big but I'm awful shy All the lassies shout as I walk by, "Donald, Where's Your Trousers?" Let the wind...