It's so damn hot! Milk was a bad choice!

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SomeBrianDude:
Scotland wasn't meant to be this hot. We're not suited to basking in sunlight. It's unnatural.

Also, a pigeon flew into my flat yesterday though the perpetually wide-open windows, panicked and proceeded to crash into walls, doors, knock everything over, and generally make a mess. There were feathers fucking everywhere. Not cool.

Similar thing happened to me once, then the cat preceded to catch, kill then leave in a bloody pulp of a mess on our kitchen floor. The best part was then when my dad through it onto my cousins lap, she screamed then hilarity ensued :D

Well, celebrating the holiday weekend with barbeque and drinks! As for the weather, I was made for the heat, keep my house at 80F (or 27C for you crazy Celsius fans out there). We could use the rain though, as everything here is REALLY dry, and the lawn is starting to feel the effects.

Come on, who really wants to put more clothes ON? You know you really, REALLY wanna run around naked. It's quite fun!

Waaghpowa:

Hazy992:
It's too bloody hot! My room's like a furnace. Then the moths came...

Get a portable AC, it's what I did when our central air broke last year and my dad refused to get it fixed :D

Kinda had to get it too, my PC is a huge source of heat.

Think I might just lie in a bathtub full of ice

You know what I've been doing during this lovely hot weather?

I've been sitting inside playing Arkham City and only going out at night.
Even so, it's still too damn hot. Fuck the sun and it's ability to make me sweat. I don't get this wet in the damn rain. I had to change my shirt 3 times yesterday. I want mild weather back!

Shanicus:
Wait, how hot is it in Britain at the moment? If you say anything below 30 degrees I'm officially banning your country from Summer. That's still jumper weather, not barbeque weather. Barbeque weather starts at around 38 degrees.

Though when It does get 'hot' in a country that has a proper summer, I tend to just laze around the house or do gardening. Occasionally go out and walk/meet up with mates for some drinks.
That's mainly because my laptop overheats in the summer... stupid European piece of crap...

38 degrees in this country you must be joking our government would have declared a national emergency by that point.

lRookiel:

Daystar Clarion:

lRookiel:
I've just complained alot.

I fucking hate hot weather, I want it to be cold again!

I'd much rather be freezing my ass off than be sweaty, fuck you Sun!

Agreed.

When I'm cold, I can just put another layer on and I'm sorted.

But when it's hot?

Well, I can't bloody well walk around naked now, can I?

It's horrible Daystar, I've actually been forced to wear SHORTS!

I NEVER have to wear shorts!

Pfffpfffpfffpfffpffff. Us Albertans wear shorts until it's -10 degrees... then we wear them MOAR.

TopazFusion:
I must say, I'm really enjoying the cool winter weather we're having where I am at the moment.

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Where do you live can I come stay with you until all this blows over?

Made the most of it by sitting in my room completing Silent Hill 3, although the sun didn't help the atmosphere much.

Most of you guys have it easy, I have to run in this god forsaken weather.

lacktheknack:

lRookiel:

Daystar Clarion:

Agreed.

When I'm cold, I can just put another layer on and I'm sorted.

But when it's hot?

Well, I can't bloody well walk around naked now, can I?

It's horrible Daystar, I've actually been forced to wear SHORTS!

I NEVER have to wear shorts!

Pfffpfffpfffpfffpffff. Us Albertans wear shorts until it's -10 degrees... then we wear them MOAR.

Now you see, since we English are so much more attractive than you Canadians (and all other nationalities), our perfect looks come at a price, we lack the resilience to weather, however it is a price I am willing to pay.

:3

lRookiel:

lacktheknack:

lRookiel:

It's horrible Daystar, I've actually been forced to wear SHORTS!

I NEVER have to wear shorts!

Pfffpfffpfffpfffpffff. Us Albertans wear shorts until it's -10 degrees... then we wear them MOAR.

Now you see, since we English are so much more attractive than you Canadians (and all other nationalities), our perfect looks come at a price, we lack the resilience to weather, however it is a price I am willing to pay.

:3

WHADDAYA MEAN WE AREN'T AS ATTRACTIVE AS THE BRITS?

lacktheknack:

lRookiel:

lacktheknack:

Pfffpfffpfffpfffpffff. Us Albertans wear shorts until it's -10 degrees... then we wear them MOAR.

Now you see, since we English are so much more attractive than you Canadians (and all other nationalities), our perfect looks come at a price, we lack the resilience to weather, however it is a price I am willing to pay.

:3

WHADDAYA MEAN WE AREN'T AS ATTRACTIVE AS THE BRITS?

I think..... I think, oh shit. *Runs to bathroom and vomits*

To put my response in the form of a humorous image:

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Seriously, I can't stand the heat.

Not a Brit, but damn it's hot here too. I moved from pretty far north just last eyar and this heat is unbearable. What I did to deal with it was that I went to school (air condition there) and sat there all weekend and prepared for my exams.

This is where I get to gloat about living on the coast. I spend 90% of summer with nothing but swim trunks on. And that heat is a whole lot better with a nice sea breeze.

Bertylicious:

People who like the cold aren't really people. They're some kind of otherkin.

I read this as 'they're some kind of northerner'. Really rather appropriate.

yes.

What have I been doing in this monstrous weather? Running. Sun made get all serious, carrying a water bottle with me an' everything. Sure I look and feel like I'm melting before I'm half way through, but it's doable. Otherwise, I spend my time complaining about the weather. I like my room at a nice 17 degrees, not 27 :/

I've been stuck inside revising for exams in my sweatbox of a room. Any Swedes/Icelanders/Canadians looking for a roomie? It's too bloody hot!

the problem with where i live is at night the humidity hits 98% and its so so so umcompfy

Too damn hot here, it pissed it down not long ago, I have exams this week and the whole bloody city looks likely to shut down soon over the bloody Queen.

Not a happy bunny here.

Having exams, then immediately drinking on the grass outside the SU

(because drinking in the streets is the new black)

Beer, BBQ's, buddies.

Shit is awesome.

Shanicus:
Wait, how hot is it in Britain at the moment? If you say anything below 30 degrees I'm officially banning your country from Summer. That's still jumper weather, not barbeque weather. Barbeque weather starts at around 38 degrees.

Though when It does get 'hot' in a country that has a proper summer, I tend to just laze around the house or do gardening. Occasionally go out and walk/meet up with mates for some drinks.
That's mainly because my laptop overheats in the summer... stupid European piece of crap...

what are you, some kind of lava person? i want to be comfortable, not boil alive!

[at least in canada, where its moist heat, not dry heat, which makes it feel warmer than it is].

Just for the Americans out there, these limeys are complaining about the heat when it isn't even 80*F. Are you kidding me?

captcha: golly jeepers. I could think of a few more explicit words to use to show my surprise...

Here, on the coast of the OTHER pond, it's been an unbearable 65F (about 18C) lately; even that is too damned hot for me.

I like the heat, pity the sun seems to bring with it the horrors of hayfever.
My face is literaly flaking off as I write this.

Matthew94:
>Can't deal with heat
>Drinks drink that needs boiling water
>Wat

In Morocco, they drink scalding hot green tea, even at the height of summer. It sounds crazy, but drinking something so hot actually does help to make you feel cooler!

[Reference: Visit to a rug shop in Marrakesh. I burnt my tongue but the tea was still delicious.]

I'll be drinking some Gatorade while everyone else be drinking haterade

I'm currently getting rain from tropical storm Beryl, the upshot of which is that it's relatively cool; mid 80's and humid instead of high 80's/low 90's and humid. You can pretty much drink the air here.

As for how I handle the heat: shorts and air conditioning. If I'm outside during the summer, it's usually to read in a hammock or to sit on a dock and fish. People who do anything more strenuous are either construction workers or crazy.

I'm not allowed to enjoy summer till the end of my exam period, which is the 12th of June.
Sad.

Dudeman325:
Just for the Americans out there, these limeys are complaining about the heat when it isn't even 80*F. Are you kidding me?

captcha: golly jeepers. I could think of a few more explicit words to use to show my surprise...

Are you serious? That's comfortable. Anything below 80 is cool. Anything below 75 is downright cold. I have to run the AC in my house just to get it down to 80, and it stays there during the day to save money.

Too Warm!

My laptop can't handle the heat... or you know I could just go outside

Daystar Clarion:

Matthew94:

Daystar Clarion:
Are you bloody joking?

It's hot out there, you know.

And I'm not on holiday abroad, therefore I can't deal with this kind of heat.

*Sips tea*

Quite

>Can't deal with heat
>Drinks drink that needs boiling water
>Wat

You English really love your tea, don't you?

Tea is water in its preferred state.

True story.

The man speaks truth.

I came to this thread just for the Anchorman quote.

In any case, I've been revising day in, day out for five days straight. Cramming full on. It all comes down to it tomorrow. Knowing my luck, the moment I step out of the exam hall, it's going to start pissing it down.

I love this weather. We Yorkshiremen can resist temperatures of up to 1500 degrees celsius, or as low as -30,000 degrees celsius. More frequently, we must engage in the latter. Which, when combined with sleet, we call "shorts and t-shirts, contact rugby on a muddy field, or tarmac" weather.

Tha' thar's a gert true story.

Toby Kitching:

Bertylicious:

People who like the cold aren't really people. They're some kind of otherkin.

I read this as 'they're some kind of northerner'. Really rather appropriate.

yes.

Exactly. Now, I'm off to wrestle dogs and shoot the Welsh. Ay up, lads!

Zantos:
Also I know there are users from a fair few countries that you wouldn't take your jumper off if you were here, but let us have this one.

Yeah...

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/dallas-breaks-record-for-most/55022

I live in Dallas in case that wasn't obvious.

Shanicus:
Wait, how hot is it in Britain at the moment? If you say anything below 30 degrees I'm officially banning your country from Summer. That's still jumper weather, not barbeque weather. Barbeque weather starts at around 38 degrees.

Though when It does get 'hot' in a country that has a proper summer, I tend to just laze around the house or do gardening. Occasionally go out and walk/meet up with mates for some drinks.
That's mainly because my laptop overheats in the summer... stupid European piece of crap...

what! 38! Don't you know that 32*C is the melting point of an Englishman?

I had to venture out today (jobhunting yay! none shall escape without at least one copy of my cv) and after 20 minutes my eyes just hurt. It is so bright, off every surface! I had to leave the shelter of my hoody for the first time since August and my arms are turning red as we speak.

Give me cold days and grey skies any day.

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