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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

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Now this

is what I call a scarf.
To some it looks like a poncho gone awry.
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Old 12.10.2015, 18:13
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

Bless him, taking his grandma's rug all the way to the dry cleaner's!


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Old 12.10.2015, 18:21
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

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is what I call a scarf.
What an amateur...
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Old 12.10.2015, 22:34
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

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For the well dressed man, once the temperature starts to drop ......
(I never go out, without one, when it gets below freezing)
Actually, lower temperature to your nuts makes you more fertile
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Old 12.10.2015, 23:53
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

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Don't! Winter in most areas is grey and depressing enough already. Get some colorful clothing that fits your type.
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Unfortunately one doesn't have much choice IF doing clothes shopping in autumn/winter in CH.
That's one more reason besides the inflated prices not to shop here.
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

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Actually, lower temperature to your nuts makes you more fertile
Only down to a certain degree.
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Old 13.10.2015, 07:41
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

Well I have turned the fan off and I must wear a t-shirt evenings on the balcony, it's getting cold.
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Old 13.10.2015, 10:33
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

well simply dont exaggerate with the clothing. the winter is also a healthy time
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Hey people!

I was wondering...what stuff should I necessairely buy to get well prepared for the winter?

I mean..think about it...I have no idea how things will be when starts beeing really cold and stuff...
Do I need special boots? Shoes, Gloves...socks maybe?
Do I need to change the tires of my bike? Do I need new lights?

Do I need new running shoes? (this is important)




What are the things I should know and expected from the winter...I am getting pretty scared LOL...because I don't think is soooo cold...but I see people walking in the streets like they live in Alaska! And the heaters are soooo MODE MAX already in the stores. lol !

In Brazil we don't have long or strong Winter...so we don't even get heaters...so this is fu**** up my skin and hair lol... !
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Old 19.10.2015, 20:11
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

Boots with warm socks, keep them shined and presentable. A decent pair of non faded jeans. Dress shirt tucked in or out to your preference. Overcoat or thigh long jacket, I recommend Express' winter jackets though they are a bit pricey but very well made for the middle class man. Spike the front of your hair and Viola! Instant comfortable winter wear while being apart of the fashion status quo.
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Old 19.10.2015, 20:35
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

I have bought my pumpkins into the garage. I recommend you do the same.
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Old 20.10.2015, 15:19
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

somebody wrote a blog about it on EF

http://www.englishforum.ch/blogs/soc...confident.html
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

When I was living in Höngg, I found the ice with the steep slopes felt very dangerous. I would recommend some ice grippers for your shoes.
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Old 22.10.2015, 09:02
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

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That's a matter of taste. It all depends on purpose (e.g. outdoor getaway versus lad at the Sunday church ceremony) and stylish matching colours like those ones below

There is a big difference between sandals and darker socks:


And there is a flipping difference when somebody wears white socks, pants and sandals:
No. There isn't.
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Old 22.10.2015, 09:14
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

I'm surprised no-one has mentioned putting winter tyres on your bike

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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

I wanted to reply earlier but my keyboard was frozen and the gangrene took longer to improve than I'd thought.
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Old 22.10.2015, 11:13
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Re: How to prepare for the winter!

When I think if winter, I think of this.

Sorry about the language

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