Sunday, May 29, 2011

Karma Police… They’ll Get You

So here’s what happens when you complain about it being 108 degrees outside: it’s 111 degrees for three days in a row.  And your air conditioner breaks.  At the beginning of a three-day weekend.

Is it possible for people to literally melt?   I think it’s possible.

 

(Don’t worry – because I know you were so worried – we have someplace else to stay.  As for your smug “I told you so”–   hmph.  Whatever.)

9 comments:

  1. It's Mother Nature telling you to take a vacation to the homeland, up north, preferably near a lake!

    Melting? Definitely possible.

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  2. It could always be worse is my motto! Just think where you'd be if you didn't have somewhere to go!!!! ;)

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  3. I've never understood why extra pounds don't liquify and run off in heat like that, but I know from experience they don't. Stay cool!

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  4. Ouch! Stay cool! And you're welcome to come visit up here where it's unlikely to break 90 (heck, I'd be happy with 70 right now...)

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  5. OK, now I'm feeling sorry for you. But it's still raining here...

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  6. Ugh! Been there, done that, and there's probably a t-shirt around somewhere. Glad you have somewhere else to stay. Hope you get the a/c fixed soon!

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  7. Not sure what that is in real numbers (really, celsius is so much easier!) but I'm guessing it's hotter than I've ever experienced in my life, even in Central Otago, mid-summer. Today I have a cosy fire going and it promises not to get into double (celsius) digits on a gloomy first-day-of-winter. Feel free to pop by.

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  8. My a/c broke once. I stopped turning on the lights or moving at all. And I was still melting.

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  9. Ahhh, TX in summer with no a/c....been there, done that...Not sure how the state was even settled before the invention of a/c. Can you imagine living there with no a/c? ever?

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