Why does it always cloud over

whenever I have a BBQ

2 messages
30/05/2003 at 13:42
My theory is that everyone lights their BBQ at lunch time and all the heat etc goes up into the atmosphere making big clouds which then accumulate to block the sun while you have dinner and then all blow away when you finish...

Is there any truth in this, or am I just overcooking everything?
30/05/2003 at 18:15
I knew that there was a sensible answer.

Of course if we all stuck to real meat from proper butchers rather than buying from supermarkets who inject meat with flavourings preservatives, colourings etc I am sure there would be much smaller clouds.

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