What do you think of this weather?

What do you think of this weather?

Used as a polite, if trite and clichéd, conversation starter, regardless of what the weather is actually doing. A: "Hi there, nice to meet you. So, um, what do you think of this weather?" B: "Well, it's December and it's snowing, so it's about what you'd expect, huh?"
See also: of, think, this, what
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What do you think of this weather?

a phrase used to open a conversation with someone, often someone one has just met. Sue: Glad to meet you, Mary. Mary: What do you think about this weather? Sue: I've seen better. Bill: What do you think about this weather? Jane: Lovely weather for ducks.
See also: of, think, this, what
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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