Sweet Desert Rain

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Sweet Desert Rain
#1
This is my thread for talking about rain. I won't post anything in it now though.
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#2
Rain is super good and it leaves behind good smells, and during the hotter months it makes things cooler for few days. It's getting to 100 degrees fahrenheit right now. I want the rain. I love the rain.
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#3
snow can fuck off tho
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#4
rain is good? rain completely screwed me over yesterday all my stuff that shouldn't get wet got wet 0/10 rain can screw off
oh hey
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#5
it does feel amazing tho so I guess its a 1/10
oh hey
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#6
(08-05-2017, 04:54 AM)Justice Watch Wrote: »Rain is super good and it leaves behind good smells, and during the hotter months it makes things cooler for few days. It's getting to 100 degrees fahrenheit right now. I want the rain. I love the rain.

me too. (i live in the same area)
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#7
a52 i understand that you live in seattle and i've always thought "damn it'd be cool to meet an online friendo someday"

we could perform a rain dance
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#8
rain is the best weather, nice and refreshing
Quiet. Good for an unusual opinion. Doesn't talk much.
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#9
Back when my laptop still worked when not plugged into a wall whenever it would rain I would head out to the patio (it's covered) and just sit outside while doing my usual internets. It's just pleasant.
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#10
I have mixed feelings on rain, and desert rain in particular? Handy chart!
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#11
google says that it's going to rain on sunday and i live in a desert

and all the temperatures after that day are around 80 degrees instead of 100

I hope that it isn't a fluke, please god don't tell me it's a fluke
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#12
Finally, I don't have to water tomorow
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#13
IT WAS A FUCKINH FLUKE
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#14
I live in a desert where it's actually supposed to rain all August, starting sometime in July and ending sometime in September. It's nice cause no one else waters my pomegranate tree so I feel more safe about leaving the house for a week at a time during monsoon, which this is. Sorry for runon sentence.
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#15
Today it's gray and warm as it tends to be in spring. I was ghosting the internet late, drifted off to sleep lying down without a cover, at some point actually pulled the cover over myself. Woke up fairly early, that summery light you know.

Happy almost summer everyone! Unless you live in the Southern Hemisphere.

A couple years ago, when I was an unhappy high schooler on summer break, I remember when a big storm came through. It was the remnants of a hurricane that had hit the South, coming up the coast. It promised rain and high winds still. Similarly I got to sleep pretty late, I did that every night that summer. Listened to music - I can remember which music actually, it was Hurt Vol. 1. Woke up early, maybe even before 7, and the rain was lightly coming down - went outside and stood in the rain for ages. Later I think the wind and rain got stronger and I had to come in.
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#16
Gonna be a crazy storm comin' today,

Or so, so they say,
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