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'Urduja' changes course; Eastern Samar under signal no. 1


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6 hours ago, Richard K said:

I don't know why I keep forgetting on this forum.. no matter what you say here?... always someone ready to cuff at you and step in your shit... no matter how innocuous... 

YEP!!!

Depending on where you lived "peckerhead" could also be an affectionate term

Before I get cuffed at - affectionate (couldn't think of a different synonym that fit both examples) as in used between male friends and referring to children

 

Y S Ms ( Why Sems) yellow sh!t machines - heard that one only in Beaufort S.C., 

http://ramonacreel.com/in-my-fascist-state/some-child-free-fun/my-favorite-derogatory-terms-for-children/

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Llorente Eastern Samar yesterday..

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/manila/local-news/2017/12/13/urduja-changes-course-eastern-samar-under-signal-no-1-579613    

look up "nipple head" or "dickhead"... while you are at it... you might want to submit a picture... I don't know why I keep forgetting on this forum.. no matter what you say here?... always someone

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What's happening with the next storm in line? Are you going to start a topic for it too? or is it fizzling out?

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7 minutes ago, Headshot said:

What's happening with the next storm in line?

A lot of uncertainty right now is what's happening. Have seen it forecast to completely dissipate (or perhaps already has) or maybe track south towards Davao or maybe closer to the Caraga region with a landfall around the 24th/25th. It seems to change with every model run.

It's 97W. You can follow the current position and some models here: https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/storminfo/

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54 minutes ago, BossHog said:

A lot of uncertainty right now is what's happening. Have seen it forecast to completely dissipate (or perhaps already has) or maybe track south towards Davao or maybe closer to the Caraga region with a landfall around the 24th/25th. It seems to change with every model run.

It's 97W. You can follow the current position and some models here: https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/storminfo/

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