Kind of hot today, isn't it ?


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Saw the weather forecast on my mobile phone :p



No wonder sweating like nobody business ...
 

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I guess TS just want to show off of what he have.
 

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Yeah, why didn't I think of that :bsmilie: It was in Celsius all this while and somehow it was switch to Fahrenheit when I just check :bsmilie:

I tot something wrong with the phone :sweat:
 

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:bsmilie:

On fahrenheit lah bro. Change it to Celcius. Go pick up your pri school science text book and recap.
ha ha, bro thanks for the advise. just checked and changed to celcius liao. I don't think my pri school science text book teach about weather settings in mobile phone. Thanks anyway :)
 

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ha ha, bro thanks for the advise. just checked and changed to celcius liao. I don't think my pri school science text book teach about weather settings in mobile phone. Thanks anyway :)
No lah bro, just pulling your leg. We all thought it's a new phone that you've just bought. :bsmilie:
 

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:bsmilie:

but strange. why your setting suddently changed from celcius to fahrenheit?
I have no idea bro. Morning when I checked the weather, got a shock out of my life. Didn't think of checking the setting as it was set to celcius since day 1 :dunno:

And the Favorites in my IE also stop working out of the blue. Was thinking of hard-resetting the phone but it is a hassle to re-install all the apps :(
 

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Relax, no need to be serious. At least my n73 dun have all these. =(
ha ha ha, life is short, bro. I not taking this seriously :)

Tot N73 is a top of the line phone ? IIRC, it was close to $1K or more when it first hit the market, right ? I can't even afford it :(

Can only afford a cheapo $98 phone :p
 

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I'm ok with high temperatures, it's the extreme humidity that really get smacked in your face. Notice how sometimes it can feel much hotter at night than in the day though the actual temperature is much lower. :)
 

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Unfortunately not for me. My nose is sensitive to climate temp change, thus every June and Dec has not been kind to me when there is a drop in temp at 3pm and next day sunny morning. Sneeze the hell thru out the day.

I'm ok with high temperatures, it's the extreme humidity that really get smacked in your face. Notice how sometimes it can feel much hotter at night than in the day though the actual temperature is much lower. :)
 

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