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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Guy Named Sue, Jun 7, 2021.
In this heat?
I’m super productive when it’s hot out. When it turns cold, my productivity drops off. Lol
I'm the exact opposite. The heat puts me out, can't even think straight.
I neither like heat or cold!
21 degrees during the day, 8 during the night, is perfection for me.
that's 70F and 46F for those who aren't metric (yet)
Hot, cold, or tepid, I am highly skilled at accomplishing nothing.
I blame my dad. When I was a little kid he just happened to be yelling at me "Why can't you be good?"
I told him, "I'll be good for five bucks!"
"I want you to be good for nothing," he shouted.
I’m a rebel
Shhhhs, if @Thrup'ny Bit finds out there's something different to cold and wet were all for it
The pubs have opened, he won't see this.
It's too bloody warm to walk to the pub...
I'm with Stu.
As opposed to?
Complaining about the weather? How utterly British of you. Would you like a spot of lemon in your tea old chap?
I'm OK up too 110F in a dry climate as long as I don't have to spend my time in the sun. It's a little warm above that. In humid climates, it's too hot over 95F. Again, in the sun working you gotta drop those temps.
I don't like temps under 80F degrees. Feels like Winter.
As opposed to when I get my daily dose of watermelon of course. Are you suffering from a heatstroke?
Nah, I love the heat. If I'm far removed from water I start to suffer when it hits 35. Worst I've had was 45 in the shade, while strutting around on a dark grey steel deck in the sun...
I think it has something to do with the food. If I eat during the day while it's hot, no matter the portion I'm gonna be in a food coma for a while.
If I instead skip lunch and just drink water and eat later I'm totally fine and more energetic.
I think it's what you eat, rather than that you eat. Try cold soups and salads.
It's getting slightly cooler here now, tomorrow and the rest of the week will be around 18-20.
You know where you can shove your lemon don't you?
If not I'm sure that somebody will draw you a nice diagram...
Just curious, what do you call "this heat" ?
I think we hit 102f (38-39c) yesterday, that was probably the first or second time we've been over 100 f this year.
Isn't it pretty hard to shove juice?