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What do you find hot?


Mackenzie Holiday

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Anything above 80F gets a no from me. It's commonly >100 degrees F and very humid during Iowa summers, but I've recently been able to move to a place where there's central air (i.e. not loud window AC units that I absolutely hate and will avoid even during a heatwave, but a silent temperate climate) and everything I like is indoors so it works well. Heat is dangerous to me because I have a leaky heart valve. I also have to be careful my showers aren't so hot that they give me tachycardia and shortness of breath, and I can't go in a sauna or hot tub. I'd be quite happy in Alaska or Sweden, somewhere nice and cold.

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Eh, I don't really like anything above 22°C or thereabouts, but I'd say 'hot' starts at about 26-27°C for me.

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3 minutes ago, stampoc said:

 

@Mackenzie Holidaywhen you said what do you find hot in the subject title, I thought you were talking about what do you find hot in a person

 

Same.

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nutterwithasolderingiron

i grew up in scotland and i'll tell you this. scottish folk and our houses are not built for heat. we also have the phenomenon of "taps aff" which is the weather where you take your top off when outside.

 

different people say different temperatures but for me, 16-18c is hot but doable. 18-21c is hot and anything above that is too fucking hot. but i should mention, where i live in scotland (glasgow) is also well known for being humid when hot which can make it feel way worse. 

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12 minutes ago, stampoc said:

@Mackenzie Holidaywhen you said what do you find hot in the subject title, I thought you were talking about what do you find hot in a person hahaha, 

I thought that too!

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Whatever it was today, man I had to work outside in it and man did it suck. 

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Anything about 20 c is hot.

 

I used to work in environmental chambers ranging from 3 - 38 c depending on the test in progress. Extra money, but the hot ones were horrid. It was on a volunteer basis, so can't complain though.

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- 𝕱𝖗𝖆𝖌𝖌𝖑𝖊𝕽𝖔𝖈𝕶 -

80 F and above, though I prefer high 60s to low 70s.

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Greece: 30°C+

Romania: 35°C+

 

What being Balkan does to a mfer

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anything 80F+/26C+ is hot to me

Upper 70Fs can be too warm, depending on circumstances and humidity.

Lower 70Fs or below is good. (or 22C or less)

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verily-forsooth-egads

Heavily depends how long I have to spend in it. 100F for "hits you in the face as you walk outside" hot, 70 for "too hot for a run". (I'll go anyway, but it's too hot.)

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Anything above 20°C is already too hot for me.

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Anything over 30°C begins to get uncomfortable for me. Between 20°C and 30°C it's not too bad, I'll just put shorts on, a loose-fitting tee or a tank top, stay hydrated and I'm mostly alright? But it's too hot for running so kinda annoying. If it could be 20°C, sunny, but with a nice breeze I would be happy forever.

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2SpiritCherokee Princess

I grew up in the Alaska wilderness. I'm most comfortable at 59°F. Anytime it's over 80° I'm in danger of heat exhaustion.

5 hours ago, sevan said:

thanks bro

*thanks future stepchild (if you're getting involved with someone's mother)

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