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13 Nov 2022, 1:32 pm

With the caveat that I wouldn't choose to do this voluntarily - I like the rhythm of the year. But if forced:

I'm increasingly becoming a late-spring enthusiast. Before it gets hot, but the days are long and the weather is usually good. Trees are leafy, birds are very active and bees start appearing. Everything seems possible in Spring.

Aprils have been good in recent years. I'll say April.

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13 Nov 2022, 1:50 pm

Hands down, November.

I love the temperatures, the coloured leaves, the snow clouds (without having to shovel snow), and the anticipation for Christmas that isn't overdone yet. Going out in hoodies without a coat or boots. The time changes back to NORMAL (thank God), and every day gets shorter. Plus I love a bunch of Sagittarius people. :heart:


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13 Nov 2022, 2:31 pm

November. The transition from autumn to winter is nice. I love the temperature and how dark it is. It's not excessively cold yet, and there's still some leaves on the trees left so it's really pretty outside. I wish it was like this all year long.

Do you like freezing or below-freezing weather?



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13 Nov 2022, 3:37 pm

Below freezing so we don't get freezing rain.
The downside is it very rarely snows below zero.

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13 Nov 2022, 4:19 pm

No, I don't. I hate cold weather. I don't even like below 20C. I'd rather have 40-degree heat. My ideal temperature range is between 25 and 30. We pretty much never get 0 any way. Seldom below 5.

What is your favorite beverage (anything to drink)?



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13 Nov 2022, 4:35 pm

Orange juice.

Do you have any dietary restrictions?



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13 Nov 2022, 4:50 pm

Overall Drink: Ice water.
Soft Drink: Ginger Ale.
Alcohol: Whiskey Sour or Long Island Iced Tea.

Dietary:
-Dairy doesn't like me but it's not a restriction.
-I get really sick if I eat bacon and eggs at the same time.

Have you ever had a caged pet?



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13 Nov 2022, 6:10 pm

I've had rodents, which were in enclosures. I have a rabbit now who also is in an enclosure because I can't bunny proof my room.

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13 Nov 2022, 6:14 pm

Two birds, a bunny, and about 6 teddybear hamsters.
I always wanted a guinea pig but I'm allergic to them.

I've also had many large aquaria, and a bunch of hermit crabs in tanks.

Do you like Chinese food?



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13 Nov 2022, 6:17 pm

I love Chinese food.

Have you ever wanted a reptile or amphibian as a pet?



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14 Nov 2022, 12:21 am

No, not at all.

What common birds are often seen in your home region?


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14 Nov 2022, 2:05 am

great cormorants, grey and white herons, buzzards, falcons, swallows, cuckoos, crows, (eurasian) jays, common magpie, european robins, tits, kinglets, greenfinches, black redstarts like to nest inside buildings, (don't mention pidgeons :skull:) && plenty more

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14 Nov 2022, 5:02 am

Common birds include wrens, sparrows, blackbirds, blue great coal and long-tailed tits, dunnocks, goldcrest, wood pigeons, egrets, herons, barn and tawny owls. Starlings, skylarks, great spotted woodpeckers, I saw a green woodpecker in my garden once, never again.

The Robins get a special mention, my garden Robin will feed from my hand and bang on the window if I forget to put food out.

I live on an estate where they have a shoot so pheasants are everywhere and partridges too.

Oh yeah, buzzards. Jackdaws, crows, rooks.

And my African grey parrot who I see most commonly of all. That also answers the caged animal question even if she's usually on her cage rather than in it.

How is your singing voice?


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14 Nov 2022, 6:32 am

Dreadful. Singing also makes me cough due to GERD.

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14 Nov 2022, 7:47 am

I don't think I can sing. :lol:

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14 Nov 2022, 10:53 am

I'm not very good at singing at all!

Do you enjoy the smell of petrol/gasoline?