Ah, they must live in NYC. I’m glad to now be in San Francisco, where 50 degrees is OMG FREEZING and 72 is OMG I’M MELTING.
STORY OF CALIFORNIA’S LIFE WITH ITS BIPOLAR-ASS WEATHER.
Laugh it up, chuckles. Over here in Britain it’s fucking sweltering in early cocking October.
Ice cub ears!
Cubes that is
this is PA over the last week.
Yeah,I know that feeling.
Do I spy a Small Hats Dog reference?
No. It´s just two condoms.
That’s how it is here in Jersey. Just a few days ago I was sweating my ass off, and for the past three days, I’ve been freezing. We don’t get an autumn these days. There are no equinoxes anymore. Only solstices.
I dare you all sassies to come and live in Monterrey, Mexico.
Summers can reach 40°C and winters can peak down to minus 6°C
In a typical autumn monday morning you are 35°C while on the afternoon you reach 12 celsius
Fpr people used to Fahrenheit
40 C = 104 F
-6 C = 21 F
40 Celcius and massive humidity in summer
-40 Celcius, and so dry your eyes freeze in winter
Go Canada for its touristic weather all year long!
Love the line work and color pallet on this one. Your are able to generate a lot of energy with your straight lines. Really cool.
Ricky, What happened to your Tumblr’s account.
pretty much what just happened here in NY
Also I like how the clothing changed extremes (from underwear to parkas) – Either way it’s nicely exaggerated!
Grr lol. I wouldn’t mind a bit cooler weather over here. It’s incredibly hard to stay focused on doing work while your skin is melting.
So true, especially if you’re a Texan.
Are they North-Easterners? Because this sounds a lot like the weather up here.
I miss this so much.
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