LyteFyre said[quote][cite]orthojock said[/cite][quote][cite]metalxracr said[/cite]Living around tornado alley area can get annoying!! When I lived in that area in Texas I started ignoring them, which can be a stupid idea, but they get old real quick when it's every other day during this season. And the week before I moved out to LA I got hail damage on my car! But it's fixed now!
However, I do miss real thunderstorms! The clouds looking amazing too. I now get wimpy over cast that just lightly pours with no wind, which I'm still not quit used to! At least there is no hail!
hahahahaha...That is exactly what I grew up around. So imagine how I felt when I spent four years down in southeast Texas (at Rice U. for college) where crazy thunderstorms pop up out of nowhere and unleash some of the worst thunder and lightning known to man! Sometimes the thunder would be so strong it would shake my dorm and cause most of the car alarms to go off in the parking lot.
I'll admit, growing up in Cali made me a weather whoosie. When it would lightning and thunder, I would e-mail my professors and explain how the lightning and thunder were keeping me from leaving my dorm and coming to class....LOL...so sad!!!
I've got to ask...did any of the professors have any interesting replies to your excuse???[/quote]
One I actually knew well, trained with, and was really cool with actually called me a soft and pink pansy when I e-mailed him...hahahahaha
All my other profs just laughed at me!