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It's Dammmm hot out.
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23 / M / AZ
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Posted 7/22/14
It's getting hot!
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22 / M / Fort Myer
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Firpin 90* with 87% humidity while wearing full battle rattle and sprinting around tick infested woods. My entire body was covered in heat rash. Just wanted to lay down and let the ticks eat me.
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21 / M / California
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It's 86 outside where I'm from, but it's typically about 7-11 degrees hotter indoors. The air conditioner is right on me currently, I might have to go swimming in a bit.
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Posted 7/22/14
Is it? It's pretty nice where I live IMO.
Around 80 degrees with relaxing sounds of rain and thunder playing along some calming OST.
Not that I go out to know how "hot out" is.
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25 / M / Norway
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Posted 7/22/14
The last three days has been on the "I'm melting!!!" scale. It's more comfy inside than it is outside.
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Posted 7/22/14
i live in canada so it's not very warm yet..... it's still cold half of the time
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23 / M / AZ
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Posted 7/22/14

awune wrote:

i live in canada so it's not very warm yet..... it's still cold half of the time


I envy you.
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Yakima, WA was 100-110 degrees Fahrenheit for most of the past couple weeks. It was pretty miserable, but not unbearable. I work on a farm and for a fertilizer and chemical company, so I was only good for about 10-12 hours in heat like that. I did get a 14 in, but I had to clock in at 4 a.m. to make that possible. It is too damn hot in the late afternoon/evening to be working.

Last year we recorded the ambient temperature in front of our shop at about 130 degrees. We (my boss, his son, and myself) were replacing the hydraulic pump and a few other things in an 8640 and were cooking in the process. It got to the point where we had to drop our tools in water to keep them cool enough to handle. After we got a thermometer out, we decided to grab lunch and call it a day (it was only noon).
Posted 7/22/14
yea... just took a shower to walk to the gas station thats 3 mins away and came back drenched in sweat...... going to take another shower D:

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20 / M / CA
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Posted 7/22/14
As a guy that sweats way too easily, I prefer the shade or indoors
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20 / M / Eng Land
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It's too bloody warm over here in England, too. Not as hot as it gets in some countries, but hot enough to have you wiping your forehead and craving cold liquids..
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33 / M / Seattle
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Posted 7/22/14
Well, it usually doesn't get that hot in Western Washington, and while it does get really hot at times, it usually only lasts a few days. The most recent heatwave that ended last Thursday lasted ten days, and that's a bad thing considering that most homes in this part of the country don't have AC in them.
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23 / M / AZ
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Posted 7/22/14

XXpoisonivyXX wrote:

yea... just took a shower to walk to the gas station thats 3 mins away and came back drenched in sweat...... going to take another shower D:



It's been terrible . Even the nights have been pretty hot.
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25 / F / Texas
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Posted 7/22/14
Here in South Texas, from 9pm to 6am the temperature is at 85 degrees F. But, once the sun comes out, it can get up to 110 degrees F.
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19 / M
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I've stayed inside for a majority of summer. I walked outside for once, and I couldn't take it.

It was only 90 degrees F.
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