And so it came to pass…
DANK Holiday Monday: Easter misery for millions as heavy rain and gales sweep across Britain
And what constituted this misery?
Those hoping for a sunny Bank Holiday Monday miracle were instead facing grey skies and lashings of rain today.
Well, I was hoping for a miracle cure to my illness. Fucking woe is me.
temperatures are expected to peak at 12c (53f) - the average for this time of year
Oh the misery of things being as we'd expect them to be. This is the problem with having all the privileges the Mailites do: they expect everything to be better than average, permanently.
sales of hot drinks were brisk compared to the recent hot spell
Misery for ice cream vendors!
Sandra Brook, a 42-year-old, sales assistant from Wimborne, Dorset, visited the beach resort with husband Mark, 43, and their sons Harry, six, and Jacob, nine.
She said: … 'We were determined to have a nice family day no matter what the weather, so we decided to come along to the beach and have fun splashing about in the puddles.
Folk having fun — yet more evidence of misery. Will it never end?
Why don't people learn that most Bank holidays turn out like this. Why can't people just stay at home or visit family, you dont have to go out and spend a fortune to enjoy yourself. Why drag kids out on a wet day just because you think you have to, save your money and go out when the weather is nicer.
- Karen, Lancing, 9/4/2012 15:02 Rating 14
Moaning about people moaning about non-existent misery. The Mail in a nutshell.