Fuck you Summer. . IT' S ll um um, um sum. August in Phoenix, Arizona... Your agent is a moron! It was 112 three days in a row! But what do all the locals say? "But it's a dry heat." Screw you!
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#23 - thatonesmartdude (07/02/2014) [-]
August in Phoenix, Arizona... Your agent is a moron!
It was 112 three days in a row!
But what do all the locals say?
"But it's a dry heat."
Screw you!
A bonfire's a dry heat. You don't see me stickin' my ass in one of those, do ya?
"Your ass is on fire."
It's a dry heat!
#69 to #23 - hasinvadedyou (07/03/2014) [-]
In a dry heat you can evaporate the sweat away quickly where as in humid it just stays forever. At night i imagine a dry heat area is quite comfortable, at night here in the south you're always hot and sticky unless you're inside.
#111 to #69 - psychoticcaleb (07/03/2014) [-]
I'm always hot and sticky,even if I'm inside.
I'm always hot and sticky,even if I'm inside.
User avatar #134 to #23 - gameless (07/03/2014) [-]
Wasn't he burning of the moss?
User avatar #161 to #134 - thatonesmartdude (07/03/2014) [-]
Yes, but that requires explaining that he had previously been to hyper-humid Florida, and started growing moss on his ass, so I decided to omit the part about the moss.
#5 - realvegzillar (07/02/2014) [-]
Brit here, do you distinguish heat like we distinguish different types of rain? Because then we have something to talk about.   
   
Like wet rain, y'all like wet rain?
Brit here, do you distinguish heat like we distinguish different types of rain? Because then we have something to talk about.

Like wet rain, y'all like wet rain?
User avatar #16 to #5 - profflippystix (07/02/2014) [-]
nope theres no difference in feeling between 102 and 120 their both hot, they both sunburn you. and they both suck.
User avatar #150 to #5 - zerpderp (07/03/2014) [-]
we fight over wether its dry heat or humid heat thats worse
its humid heat
User avatar #6 to #5 - axeul (07/02/2014) [-]
What the **** would dry rain be?
#7 to #6 - anon (07/02/2014) [-]
hail stone
User avatar #99 to #7 - popnotes (07/03/2014) [-]
pain
#53 - grimmwaters (07/03/2014) [-]
>Arizona's FW
>Arizona's FW
#104 - theepicapple (07/03/2014) [-]
Arizona mentioned, drown in sweat.
#30 - dcmp (07/02/2014) [-]
I have lived in Arizona for so long, that I feel if I moved to anywhere else, the cold would kill me. I am so accustomed to the heat. I am the heat
I have lived in Arizona for so long, that I feel if I moved to anywhere else, the cold would kill me. I am so accustomed to the heat. I am the heat
User avatar #67 to #30 - soggypancakes (07/03/2014) [-]
Same here.
User avatar #78 to #30 - mydogpikachu (07/03/2014) [-]
same here
User avatar #96 to #30 - mewoveyouwongtime (07/03/2014) [-]
I've lived in Phoenix all my life, born and raised, and in august i'm moving to Flagstaff to go to college there

****** gonna be ******* freezing for me in the winter

GO LUMBERJACKS
#39 to #30 - anon (07/03/2014) [-]
i live in phoenix and also lived in colorado or a bit of time. I like to think that i'm accustomed to the odd climates.
i live in phoenix and also lived in colorado or a bit of time. I like to think that i'm accustomed to the odd climates.
User avatar #59 to #39 - drenforcicle (07/03/2014) [-]
Oh boy colorado, 'april showers' my ass, all I get is a mid-way into may snowstorm.
#85 - gibroner (07/03/2014) [-]
the fact that people continue to choose to live in the southwest confounds me pic related how I imagine people living in Arizona
User avatar #152 to #85 - zerpderp (07/03/2014) [-]
ever visit west texas you'll ******* love it out there ain't **** for miles bunch of crap that can and will kill you and everyone probably has had a number of murderers in their family out there
its kinda like a smaller more tame australia
some weird **** out there
User avatar #86 to #85 - darthblam ONLINE (07/03/2014) [-]
Tex-mex is the **** is why.
#19 - Sworley ONLINE (07/02/2014) [-]
User avatar #73 - blarghagh (07/03/2014) [-]
I lived in arizona most of my life and I just recently moved to missouri nd have never experienced humidity. It really, really sucks
User avatar #76 to #73 - lacypushupbra (07/03/2014) [-]
Same here, except I'm one state over. The first time I experienced humidity I wanted to kill myself.
User avatar #91 to #76 - jabsgreywarden (07/03/2014) [-]
I'm in Arkansas and I still want to kill myself from the humidity. I used to live in South Carolina, where the humidity was tolerable, but here, it is just gross. I step outside and it may be 89 degrees, but I will be drenched after being outside for 5 minutes. It gets really muggy here. I am moving to California though because of college, and I can handle the dry heat there. No more muggy humidity!
User avatar #77 to #73 - iamsammich (07/03/2014) [-]
i love humidity
my body relies on it. as soon as winter comes and dries the air even a little i get nosebleeds a lot
i'm stuck living in the sweaty asscrack of the world but joke's on them cuz i like it
User avatar #80 to #73 - mydogpikachu (07/03/2014) [-]
but don't we get monsoon season here in Arizona, ****** humid to
User avatar #162 to #80 - blarghagh (07/03/2014) [-]
Its doesnt get that humid in arizona. The monsoon only lasts a week and the humidity is very tolerable
User avatar #163 to #162 - mydogpikachu (07/03/2014) [-]
yea but it's still sticky
User avatar #164 to #163 - blarghagh (07/03/2014) [-]
Not really. It cools down alot during the monsoon so it doesnt get sticky
User avatar #166 to #164 - mydogpikachu (07/03/2014) [-]
probably not as bad as Louisiana though
User avatar #165 to #164 - mydogpikachu (07/03/2014) [-]
I live in Lake Havasu though, so living near the lake during monsoon season is quite bad
User avatar #167 to #165 - blarghagh (07/03/2014) [-]
I bet. I grew up in tucson and phoenix
User avatar #168 to #167 - mydogpikachu (07/03/2014) [-]
at least we both can agree that we have humidity bad, though you have it worse or good
User avatar #169 to #168 - blarghagh (07/03/2014) [-]
In arizona there was no humidity. In missouri though its a hell of a lot worse
User avatar #120 to #80 - octagon (07/03/2014) [-]
lol you can breathe in monsoon season. Back east the air is the consistency of pudding.
User avatar #135 to #73 - altairibnlaahad ONLINE (07/03/2014) [-]
As a native to Missouri, I had to deal with a kid from Southwest Texas bitching and complaining about the heat and humidity all day.

Yeah, the "dry heat" thing isn't just some excuse.
#125 - anon (07/03/2014) [-]
#40 - Fjcf ONLINE (07/03/2014) [-]
not bad. Meanwhile in Mexicali, Baja California.
#43 to #40 - opaayumu (07/03/2014) [-]
You disgust me.
#44 to #43 - Fjcf ONLINE (07/03/2014) [-]
You learn to deal with the heat so its not that bad.
User avatar #119 - rapebear (07/03/2014) [-]
It was only 110 here today...
User avatar #122 to #119 - gragasvlad ONLINE (07/03/2014) [-]
Rapebear does that mean that you like to rape bears or that you are a bear that rapes people!?
#123 to #122 - anon (07/03/2014) [-]
You know how some people use a cum sock? He uses the teddy bear from his childhood.
User avatar #171 to #123 - rapebear (07/04/2014) [-]
You know too much.
User avatar #124 to #123 - gragasvlad ONLINE (07/03/2014) [-]
ooh... thats nasty.
#46 - eddyfairf (07/03/2014) [-]
it won't be dry when i apply some of that jiffy lube
User avatar #41 - trostell ONLINE (07/03/2014) [-]
I've been to Arizona coming from Texas and prefer that 120 degrees to gulf coast 120 degrees. The heat and humidity is like trying to swim through sucking mud.
User avatar #42 - sixtyfourxgamer (07/03/2014) [-]
*giffy lube. Pronounce it right god damn it hilarious joke
User avatar #1 - katothepotato (07/02/2014) [-]
Being a person who has lived in both New Mexico and Louisiana, I can confirm dry heat is the ******* worst. Nothing says " **** your nose" quite like dry heat.
User avatar #4 to #1 - hasinvadedyou (07/02/2014) [-]
I don't know.. i'm in south GA and the humidity is ******* brutal i would love a dry heat its hard to breathe for me when its too humid.
User avatar #33 to #4 - epicactual (07/02/2014) [-]
As a person living in Corpus Christi Texas I can tell you nothing you don't already know
User avatar #20 to #1 - thelizardqueen ONLINE (07/02/2014) [-]
as a person who lives in FL I can say hell is humid

it goes from drowning it terribly hot sweat out side and in turn freezing the second you go in side ther is no relief


Perfect for reptiles though
User avatar #34 to #1 - commontroll (07/03/2014) [-]
I agree. I prefer humid because it just feels like my skin is so much healthier with the moisture in the air. Helps with the salty attitude.
User avatar #84 to #1 - mrhaihoang (07/03/2014) [-]
I live in Vietnam and I'd prefer dry over humidity, its hot but your sweat can't evaporate, instead it stay on your skin, collect dust and form a sticky thin layer that makes you itch as hell. Also mosquitoes and other pests, your wooden, leather stuffs break, foods go bad faster.
User avatar #93 to #1 - mcrut (07/03/2014) [-]
yeah but in humid heat when you go into the shade it is just as hot, the heat seems to linger just a bit longer with more moisture in the air
User avatar #103 to #1 - trogenfrihet (07/03/2014) [-]
Going from Eastern Kentucky to El Paso Texas, I much more prefer dry heat.
User avatar #147 to #1 - zerpderp (07/03/2014) [-]
i've stayed in arizona for a couple months before and i live in southern texas on the coast and without a doubt i will tell you humid heat is the worst dry heat is just oven heat its not that hot at first but you sit out there long enough oh **** it'll burn those poor road workers humid heat there ain't **** you can do besides say here have fun choking on your own sweat
User avatar #82 to #1 - esquaredsixteen (07/03/2014) [-]
Dry heat is definitely better, particularly for the drop in temperature at night time. Humid locations just trap the heat all day and night.
User avatar #2 to #1 - dawnwilliams (07/02/2014) [-]
Ye, but in a humid heat, when you sweat it can't evaporate because the air's already saturated with water, so it says on your skin and you can't cool down at all.

Humid heat is a bajillion times worse.
User avatar #54 to #2 - homelessgus (07/03/2014) [-]
mid-florida reporting in. can confirm. when it rains in the afternoons it may cool it down like 5 degrees but at that point you may need to put on your state issued snorkel because the humidity skyrockets
#81 to #54 - noschool (07/03/2014) [-]
i can attest to that, it sucks especially since it seems to rain at least once a day during the summer like its a state law.
#94 to #2 - anon (07/03/2014) [-]
I live in phoenix, ans let me just say, that if you truly believe that sweat can just easily evaporate in dry heat, you are way off
User avatar #51 to #2 - hoponthefeelstrain (07/03/2014) [-]
I like humid better, in dry heat when you get blessed enough to get a breeze it feels like a blow dryer in your face.
#116 to #2 - anon (07/03/2014) [-]
Nah, humid heat sucks but at least its not dry, because nose bleeds and dry skin is bad, imagine winter ALL THE TIME!
User avatar #107 to #2 - reaperriley ONLINE (07/03/2014) [-]
dry heat also isnt that bad when you are in the shade. there is a difference. In humid heat its just as hot in the shade.
User avatar #48 to #2 - rhiaanor (07/03/2014) [-]
i've lived in both missouri and arizona, dry heat > humid ********
#3 to #2 - sirgenerico (07/02/2014) [-]
As a person who lived in South Carolina and Arizona, I would prefer a humid climate to the permanent nosebleed that took away my ability to smell.
User avatar #11 to #3 - thefates (07/02/2014) [-]
I don't get nosebleeds so I prefer dry heat.
#12 to #3 - anon (07/02/2014) [-]
As someone who's lived in South Carolina and the Mojave, I respectfully disagree. Dry heats not bad, but my god, when the wind picks up all the sand, it sucks so bad.
User avatar #88 to #2 - nagafever (07/03/2014) [-]
living by the ocean in -30 is probably worse. idk. this is the first time i hear of "heat"
#138 - planedisaster (07/03/2014) [-]
Meanwhile, in Croatia...
User avatar #132 - shinote (07/03/2014) [-]
I live in the Mojave Desert, and yeah, **** "dry heat" do people not realize that just because it's a "dry heat" doesn't make it any less hot?

120° is still 120° no matter how you look at it.

When you put cookies in the oven, guess what cooks them? 300°+ of DRY HEAT.
#133 to #132 - raxorflazor (07/03/2014) [-]
I thought you talked about celsius, my brain was pretty confused when I read your sentence. **** fahrenheit.
User avatar #154 to #132 - ninjaroo (07/03/2014) [-]
You realize humans can sweat, right? And that sweating only cools you down in dry heat?
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