Wayne Rooney: "It Was Really Hot And Then It Has Gone Really Cold Now."
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Wayne Rooney has provided a truly unique insight into life in America, explaining how it was really hot in the summer months but it has since turned cold now it's winter. Never change, Wayne.
It really is a groundbreaking weather report from the DC United striker.
The 33-year-old spoke to the BBC about all things U.S.A recently, and soon produced one his funniest quotes yet, which is quite the statement if you think about some of the old tweets he produced back in the day.
Rooney has also opened up about buying British tea in supermarkets, Ed Sheeran and the frustration of leaving Everton.
:see_no_evil: Wayne Rooney on life in America...
"It was really hot and then it has gone really cold now"
Incredible insight. pic.twitter.com/9QB7Hr2JGg
- The Sportsman (@TheSportsman) October 30, 2018
Not to mention the outlandish weather conditions which are really, really normal - we just love Wayne Rooney, to be honest.
"The supermarket has an international aisle so there are British ones, you can get your normal tea and stuff. Even the small differences, like a bar of chocolate or a packet of crisps was a bit different, so when you come across one you enjoy it a bit more.
"The weather is similar to back home at the minute. It was really hot and then it has gone really cold now.
"What is nice is when you are here throughout the year you actually get the four seasons so it will be nice for once to get them."
Wayne Rooney on life in DC: "It was really hot and then it has gone really cold now."
Just wait until January, Waynehttps://t.co/9FoO3A5qLv
- Lawrence Hurley (@lawrencehurley) October 30, 2018
"I am obviously disappointed with the way it ended at Everton but it has opened up a new chapter for me here and I'm really enjoying it.
"I have always loved playing. Obviously you have moments in your career which are better than other moments but it doesn't mean you don't like playing or you don't enjoy playing.
"Of course you don't enjoy it when you don't win. The time at Everton last season was a bit frustrating at times, different managers, playing different positions...
"But that is part of football and sometimes you have to go through the more difficult moments to get the great moments."
Another one for the Wayne Rooney hall of fame. pic.twitter.com/7Ve81Jgsnl
- Paddy Power (@paddypower) October 31, 2018
Never change, Wayne.