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The Geordie Thermometer

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The Geordie Thermometer

The Geordie Thermometer

50 Degrees. Southerners turn on their heating. Geordies plant their gardens.

40 Degrees. Southerners shiver uncontrollably. Geordies Sunbathe.

30 Degrees. Southern cars will not start. Geordies drive with their windows down

20 Degrees. Southerners wear coats, gloves, and wool hats. Geordies throw a t-shirt on (Girls start wearing mini-skirts)

10 Degrees. Southerners begin to Evacuate. Geordies go swimming in the North Sea.

Zero degrees. Southern landlords turn up the heat. Geordies have the last barbecue before it gets cold.

Minus 10 Degrees. Southerners cease to exist. Geordies throw on a lightweight jacket.

Minus 80 Degrees. Polar bears wonder if it’s worth it. Geordie Boy scouts start wearing long trousers.

Minus 100 Degrees. Santa Claus abandons the North Pole. Geordies put on their long johns.

Minus 173 Degrees. Alcohol freezes. Geordies become frustrated because the pubs are shut.

Minus 297 Degrees. Microbiological life starts to disappear. The cows on Newcastle town moor complain of vets with cold hands.

Minus 460 Degrees. All atomic motion stops. Geordies start to stamp their feet and blow on their hands.


Minus 500 Degrees. Hell freezes over……….Sunderland qualify for Europe.
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tee hee... as a Geordie myself i can say i love the minus 500 degrees!!!! hahahah

also laughing as for some reason this morning I was driving with my window down! lol

Cheesy
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me too today, 60mph on an A road, radio blasting window down... does that make me an honourary geordieHuh
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robynfali wrote
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... does that make me an honourary geordieHuh

Is there such a thing as an honourable Geordie?
:lol:
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::goes to hide before the bricks start flying::
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LOL I like Windaz!
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looks like a lot of work, but a big laugh! :lol:
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tee hee.... well.. at least we have a sense of humour and can laugh at ourselves Smiley

im off now to set free the pigeons on the allotment and get the pet whippet to the vet.. oh yeah. i need to order myself a new flat cap too!
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I used to live in Stoke on Trent (hangs head in shame :-) ) I still live near by. My daughter had a friend from the South (not theSouth West I hasten to add) when he came up for a few days he actually expected, cloth caps, pidgeons and outside loos, and this was a universisty student! I'm talking 1995 here, not the dark ages.
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I live in North Wales, and do have an outside loo....., got an inside one as well lol, its an old railway workers terrace, from the 1800's just use it to store garden tools in now!
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Very nice I'm sure, what about the outside one though?