Discussion in 'The Green Room' started by Dayton3, Jun 28, 2018.
the big red boat we and Bahamas that it toured we had a drunk stereotypical greek merchant marine.
you ever wonder if "It's Raining Men" and "Let the Bodies Hit the Floor" are about the same thing, but from different perspectives?
For a week in 2012 it hit an average of 107F with high humidity. I had an hour drive home with no AC in the car.
back in the day they would call that "character building" AKA "that'll put hair on your chest!"
Got enough already.
How about hair on your ass?
Plenty of that too.
I grew up without air conditioning in the car (or anywhere else) which I think is why I developed the habit of driving relatively slowly as about 45 mph is about as fast as you can go with the windows all the way down and carry on a normal conversation.
Hair don't grow on steel, boy.
It was 114 once, when I lived in Tempe, Az. It was gloriously dry.
Sell that "dry heat" somewhere else junior! An oven is dry too! I used to work outside in that Tempe heat year round.
If (big if but still) I had to move to the Phoenix area again for family issues or whatever and I had an inside job, I could probably deal with it okay though. Traffic where I live is getting almost as bad as Phoenix but the drivers aren't quite so aggressive here.
Doesn't grow on dirt either.
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