Conversations in HotDish Hell # 21: Calendar Conversations.


April 18, 2013 by meximo70

The following is a typical conversation between two people of not only HotDish Hell residents…but pretty much the whole state. You could set your watch to this:

weatherwinterJanuary: “Oh, look at the snow! Ya could get out da arty cat now and do some cruisin round da lakes!”

February: “I don’t mind the snow so much, but sure could get rid of dat cold. Holy cripes it’s bitter. Think i’ll just stay in and have a beer.”

March: “Well, she warmed up to 38 today! All the snows meltin’. But it’s still bitter cold out there.”

weathertoomuchwinterApril: “More snow?? Cripes, it’s spring! well, i guess we could use the moisture since we had that drought last year.”

May: “Jeez! Is it ever going to quit rainin’? I can’t even get out in the yard!”

June: “When the hell is the rain going to stop??? And it’s so cold!! God I hate this state! I’m movin’ to Arizona!”

weathersunJuly: “My God it’s so hot! when’s it going to cool off? i couldn’t sleep at all last night it was so hot and humid!!”

August: “When’s it going to cool off? and rain, we need rain, things are so dry around here i won’t have anything to harvest! Those poor farmers.”

weatherdroughtSeptember: “I can’t remember the last time it was this hot in September! Should have cooled off by now! I can’t even water my garden and lawn because of that damn water ban!”

weatherdownpourOctober: “Oh sure, now we get rain! Farmers can’t get out in the field it’s too muddy! man, it’s cold, what happened to the summer?”

November: “No snow yet? well, that’s a bad omen. Means we’re gonna have a bad winter.”

December: “Turning out to be a pretty mild winter. I just hope we get a little snow for Christmas. Just ain’t Christmas without a little snow.”


2 thoughts on “Conversations in HotDish Hell # 21: Calendar Conversations.

  1. Jack Flacco says:

    Bahaha! I still have a smile on my face! I usually post these long-winded comments, but I’m going to leave this letting you know I’m laughing crazy now! Bookmarked!

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