40 degrees - Californians shiver uncontrollably.
People in Ireland sunbathe.
35 degrees - Italian cars won't start.
People in Ireland drive with the windows down.
20 degrees - Floridians wear coats, gloves, and wool hats.
People in Ireland throw on a T-shirt.
15 degrees - Californians begin to evacuate the state.
People in Ireland go swimming in the sea.
0 degrees - New York landlords turn the heat on.
People in Ireland have a last barby before it gets cold.
-10 degrees - People in Miami are extinct.
People in Ireland lick flagpoles.
-20 degrees - Californians all now live in Mexico .
People in Ireland throw on a light jacket.
-100 degrees - Santa Claus abandons the North Pole.
People in Ireland wear a vest and pull down their ear flaps.
-297 degrees - Microbial life starts to grind to a halt.
Irish cows complain of farmers with cold hands.
-460 degrees - ALL atomic motion stops.
People in Ireland start saying "It's a biteen cold ...? "
-500 degrees - Hell freezes over.
Irish people support England in the World Cup
:orglaugh: :orglaugh: Crazy Irish :laughing:
Ha! This highlander laughs at those wimpy southerners!
nice! i like it considering im part irish. the people from california are pussies... them and their preppy selves:cussing: oh well, cant change them. :thumbs:
Really! What piece of you was born in Ireland?
Bah sounds more like a Canadian thing...especially for Saskatchewanians.
Only the last line would read "Saskatchewan Roughriders fans support the Calgary Stampeders in the Grey Cup"
hey hey hey now wally, us californians shiver in much hotter temperatures:laughing:
I'm half Irish myself.....crazy Irismen, lol :thumbs:
Does that mean you're only half witted?:wink2:
Took me a second...but that's funny.:thumbs:
Haha hell at 60 degrees I'm cold as hell :laughing:
lol...easy does it, I try not to tell anybody about being half Irish lol.....I don t consider myself halfwitted either...I can do such technical activities as....changing a light bulb etc! :laughing:
Haha, thats pretty good! I'm half English so I'm supporting England all the way. Though my last name is actually Irish, from some Irish Grandfather or something that snuck into the family tree.
Yes I have Celtic blood coursing through my veins, my great great step grandfathers were a couple of limp wristed friends called Michael Fitzpatrick and Patrick Fitzmichael.:wink2:
Nice one :laughing:
oh hell yes:laughing: