You're from Scania; you're a truck.
Brother, these Americans are shopkeeper souls stinking to heaven. Dead for all spiritual life, totally dead. The nightingale is right that it does not come to these wretched existences. To me it is of serious, deeper meaning that America has no nightingale at all. To me it seems to be poetic justice. A Niagara voice is necessary to preach to these crooks that there are higher Gods than those coined in the mints."
(Nikolaus Lenau, 1833)
I have the air conditioning on 24 hours a day (usually even in the winter) and basically never leave the house during daytime in the summer. I´ll sleep through most of the day and only wake up after the sun has set... pretty much like a vampire.
I rarely go outside as it is in the blaring heat of the summer. I have the A/C running 24/7 and I drink water constantly.
I only wear boxers.
Look at my username and mood. I'm always cool
"O mar com fim será grego ou romano: O mar sem fim é português."
I do not do well in hot weather at all. During the summer months, I try to stay inside when the sun is high in the sky. Going out in the morning or evening is better. If I must go out during the middle of the day, I carry a parasol, wear sunglasses, SPF 50 or higher sun screen, and keep myself covered in light, loose clothing. Carrying a hand fan really helps as well, especially if I need to travel on the Tube.
“Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. Armour yourself in it, and it will never be used to hurt you.” -Tyrion Lannister, A Game Of Thrones
I have heard many people say that tea warms you up in winter and cools you down in summer. I don't understand this logic and have tried it myself, just ended up sweating more.
For me a nice gin and tonic does the trick.
You have to adapt. It is really hot here between May and September.
When I drink enough water and avoid the sun exposition between 12:00-17:00.
I am able to deal with it.
Sometimes sleeping is a bit problematic when the temperature and humidity
does not drop at night.
But it ain't about how hard you hit. It's about how hard you can get it and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That's how winning is done - Rocky Balboa
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