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Earth tremor felt across England
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Posted 2/27/08
Yeah i was still awake surfing thenet, and carried on like nothing had happened.

But i knew it was an earthquake cos i've felt a couple before- about three years ago here in the UK
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Yeah it was so scary
I thought Im going to die
Thank god I dont live at London
It was my first time
I was so shocked yet excited at the same time
haha
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30 / F / london
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Posted 2/27/08
i didnt feel it! but im in london....was it in london?
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^ you sleep like a baby

The tremor caused damage all over the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
Dont you watch bbc news today?
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Posted 2/27/08
The biggest one i felt was 7.6, we had to sleep outside our house because we didn't know if there was going to be another one.
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Posted 2/27/08

Daylilies wrote:

If you live in California, you would feel earthquakes frequently. I remember once I was going to Knotts' Berry Farm for a school trip, but there were earthquakes so we didn't go on much rides because the rides could be hazardous after earthquakes. I haven't felt a hard one recently, though...


knotts berry farm. I went there for a school trip once.. a long long time ago. I think it ended up raining so there were no rides for us.. o_o

It's been 11- 12 years since I moved from California, but I remember that in the eight or so years I was there we had three BIG earthquakes and hundreds on small ones. I used to sleep through them.
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Posted 4/17/08
yeah but the point of this story is that us people in england have never felt an earthquake before and u guys say u feel it all the time and it's not very amazing but for us it is
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Posted 4/17/08
oh sorry my comment was kinda random i just read the first page.. sorry people just ignore me
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35 / F / East Coast
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Posted 4/17/08
wow...i lived in California all my life up until I was 16 yrs of age. Never have I felt an earthquake before. One time in Cali, there was an earthquake that lasted for a split second or two around 6 am. Some people felt it, but I didn't feel it. I was in bed dead asleep, probably comfortably from the quake.
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Posted 4/17/08
I live in SoCal, but i haven't felt an earthquake in years

The last time I experienced one, i was outside jumping on a mattress = fun shit
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Posted 4/17/08

halbeast wrote:

i didnt feel it! but im in london....was it in london?


I didn't feel it either.
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Posted 4/17/08
I felt my first earthquake in Japan. Thank goodness it was a small one. And I was happy about that I felt it. ^_^
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Posted 5/27/08

halbeast wrote:

i didnt feel it! but im in london....was it in london?


LOLL you and me both!
Posted 5/27/08 , edited 5/27/08
I`ve been in one before . I was dead tired because we were from a wedding and we didn`t know
what was going on . We know the house was shaking but we thought it was just our imagination .
Then , we saw our light swinging . Then it hit us . It was an earthquake . So many casualties happened
from the earthquake in the country but we weren`t that affected . Yay ~
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