>A Canadian had the AUDACITY of replying to me without my permission
A couple days ago it was -12F (about -25C) without windchill and that was kinda cold. On my run all the hairs on my face froze pretty quickly but once I got my core temp up I didn't really notice the cold.
If it isn't -10*C it isn't cold. Anything from there to -38*C is winter coat, -50*C is cancel school, -60*C is stay inside or you'll become a fucking snow monster. Hell, it gets so cold here it doesn't even SNOW. My town has learned to fear the sun in winter. Sun means no clouds, no clouds means no evaporation, no evaporation means EVERYTHING IS FUCKING FROZEN TO THE GROUND. Fucking weak ass americunts can't even go outside when it's room temperature.
Well alaska is basically Canada with shit healthcare. I consider alaska to be a canadian province. They're safer with us, anyway. We know how to survive when things get legitimately difficult, and we can patch them up when they fuck up from american education :)
>-15F all the time
You probably say that because your ass is in your heated house all day.
b-but in highschool there was this fat ass kid on the track team who we would always lose when jogging through town. I remember once it was insanely cold out ( I was wearing shorts and a tshirt). I could barely move my legs but his fat ass was sweating gallons and complaining about how hot he was.
He was sweating gallons, I believe him he's a big boy. He would always be sweaty 24/7 all year round anyway so there is probably just something wrong with him (besides being fat).
It's true, but it helps. I'm fat with neckbeard and everything and I love the cold. You definitely want it cold when you're fat. Summer is unbearable.
I walk to work in a short sleeve shirt in the winter and feel great. But it IS cold. I keep my hands in my pockets and wear a scarf for my nose sometimes since those don't really get fat like everything else does.
-9 is 15, not -15, senpai
>Anything is unbearable at 100%.
Humidity doesn't affect the heat index until you get to 26C / 79 F
Do you find rain to have an unbearable effect on the temperature?
Because It's 100% humidity when It's raining
If you are outside for an extended period of time and require more than 1 layer of clothing or your house requires any type of heating, than It is cold
Of course people acclimatise to colder climates, but everything below the freezing point of water is objectively cold
>Because It's 100% humidity when It's raining
Depends on type of rain, air pressure, and what type of ground it hits.
Also the humidity scale goes beyond 100% because its poorly thought out.
>mfw african immigrant whose lived in canada for all his life
>mfw i am immune to both cold and heat
y'all are gay lmoa
>Canadians thinking their country is relevant
AKfag here. You have no clue, do you? We are not close to being a Canadian province; we are the exact opposite of Canada. The only similarities we have are latitude and climate. You are the most liberal fags in the arctic, and Alaska is the most conservative and freedom loving. Our healthcare is great, we get treated and we pay for it. We decide what we want to spend our money on because our taxes are almost nonexistent. And you think you can protect us? We have less than 800k people, and we have nearly half as many soldiers as you do. Everyone has a gun, too. And what do you mean by legitimately difficult? Our state is rich, we won't be having finance issues for a while. Our state is stronk, we have enough nukes to glass all of your cities. How many do you have, protector? Go screw a moose, syrupnigger.
Not to mention the dreaded snow blindness. So bright and sunny that the snow reflects the light and can make you blind and kind of insane for some reason, for those who didnt know
It's fucking amazing cold lad >>53453660
40+ is fucking hot
At least for Greece
>mfw I'm so dumb that I thought you meant 47 degrees Celsius and that's why I called you out
I know a lot of Swedes from this area that feel that way.
And I'm just standing there going "okay" while completely comfortable.
High thirties in Ontario during summer has become kind of common now.
I think it was like 38 or 39 for a couple days the last time I was there in summer.
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