Man­ag­er: Be sure that you take a coat with you if go over there, be­cause when it’s warm here, it’s cold there.
Em­ploy­ee: In Eng­land?
Man­ag­er: Yeah, their sum­mer is like our win­ter.
Em­ploy­ee: I don’t think so.
Man­ag­er, frus­trat­ed: Well, it’s true. I went there in May, and it was freez­ing. I had to wear a jack­et all the time. They’re in, like, a dif­fer­ent hemi­sphere, or some­thing.
Em­ploy­ee, laugh­ing: No, they aren’t. They’re just fur­ther North than we are, and their cli­mate’s a lit­tle dif­fer­ent. Aus­trali­a’s in a dif­fer­ent hemi­sphere. Eng­land is in the same hemi­sphere that we are — North… West.
Man­ag­er, in a cold fury: Look. I’ve been there.

Hamil­ton Dri­ve
Smith­field, North Car­oli­na

Over­heard by: west­ward ho