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my 8 month old german shepherd was standing on the couch staring out the window at the lightning in awe....while my 6 year old Rottweiler/shepherd is currently cowering in fear under my desk...letting out the occasional wimper when thunder passes...
what an amazing light show... me and my family sat by the windows watching!
Originally posted by 97ITR He would step out of his freshly downtown autospa detailed 996 C4s, check out his own reflection in the driverside window out of habit, take off his brand new limited edition D&G aviator sunglasses so the mf can see the fury in his eyes, sashay over to the other guy and then threaten to insert his black leather Savatore Ferragamo loafers into the guys rear-end.
Neighbors and kids went outside to enjoy the show, holding umbrellas and the kids were running around in the rain, one guy LEANING ON A POWER POLE. all drenched. Lol i told them to stay away from the power poles as they can get hurt. not a good idea lol.
The thunderstorms here are getting more frequent and intense every year. Remember the big storms last summer? And then a couple of years before that there was the storm with the fireworks, then it hit 30+ degrees for five straight days.
Needless to say I did not get much sleep last night.
no thunderstorms have been pretty tame and sparse imo
back when I was a kid there would always be wild lightning/thunderstorms and they were fantastic to watch still remember sitting on the porch with my dad just watching the light show
that rarely happens anymore
Where are you from?
I've lived here all my life and I can remember some really bad storms. In July 1997 there were 7000 lightning strikes in an hour and a half over the mainland and the Island. That shit kept me up too (I was 6). My dad told me about one in '92 that flooded the Massey Tunnel.