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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    You were born about 100 years too late Martin, bet there was a fair bit of smog down your way.
    I'm from Liverpool I just live in Stoke.

    Best fog I ever saw was when I was at University. Living up on a hill in the middle of nowhere on the edge of a forest. Fog so thick you could see it coming in through the gaps in the window frames like smoke. Visibility about 10 feet at best. Never seen anything like it before or since.
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    Hey, that would make a great film!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    I'm from Liverpool I just live in Stoke.

    Best fog I ever saw was when I was at University. Living up on a hill in the middle of nowhere on the edge of a forest. Fog so thick you could see it coming in through the gaps in the window frames like smoke. Visibility about 10 feet at best. Never seen anything like it before or since.
    Proper fog was great when we were kids, you could hide without hiding. Just don't get fog like that any more.
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    And now you just create your own 'fog', with fart gas...

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    May only be about 18c here but humidity is in high 70's so its getting unbearable indoors.
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