Waking up this morning, I rolled over with a slight groan to see that once again, we had beautiful blue skies and wonderful weather.
Why would I groan? Surely nice weather is a good thing?
To most people, I suppose there are advantages to this surprising weather.
Beer Gardens - instead of sitting inside a pub, people are about to sit OUTSIDE in the beer garden! Yes, the ability to sit outside really does excite us English. Sitting outside allows you to walk further to the bar and toilets and end up squashed right next to the other jobless folk who too want to experience this, 'outside'. You also make a little friend in bees and wasps that want to share that fruit juice you just bought.
Sweat - Glistening, glowing, perspiring, however you want to mask it, sweating is something we all do. Bermuda temperatures mean we do it by the bucket loads (quite literally). How is sweat an advantage? Well, sweating supposedly helps remove toxins from the body and promote weight loss. This is why people use saunas. Deodorant companies are raking it in.
Sunburn - people parade this bane of life as though it is a good thing?
Pleb 1 - Oh you look like you have caught the sun..
Pleb 2 - *laughs* yeah, I was sat outside for about 5 hours. I think I will peel tomorrow. Hopefully I will go brown.
WHY ON EARTH do you think the peeling of skin is not something to be concerned about? People seem to think they are snakes and will simply peel off the nasty pale skin and be mahogany underneath.. Sorry, a few more hours per day on the sunbed will be required before that happens.
Hayfever - sneezing and watery eyes look great together and if you team them with a kleenex, you are bang on trend this season. Hawt.
Blackpool beach - the only time of the year that anyone will dare to go to that beach is on days like this. Swimming in sewer water doesn't matter if the sun is beaming down. The sun will cancel out the many diseases you are bound to get. Blackpool businesses will manage to sell FIVE more pieces of rock than normal. This is called, 'raking it in'.
Maybe it's just me, maybe I am just being miserable...... *shrugs*