>chop wood outside for an hour
>fingers might fall off
>what the fuck is that shit
The stage before it turns black and falls off
my fucking god i almost puked after viewing images of that shit weeks later
fucking hell dude i didn't know about this at all
at least your gf will be extra pleased, if you get what I am saying
your unfortunate deformity might work out well for your gf provided that you finger her vagina good, that is what i am saying
>take a walk on finnish countryside
Who is they? Oairzabal is a famous mountain climber and he lost some toes.
Can't you treat it in anyway? I mean, once it reach this stage >>53916918 it's already gone for good?
How do you get this anyway? It's just a matter of not using enough clothing?
this looks worse than op's and she didnt lose her fingers
>If freezing continues, the skin may freeze and harden, but the deep tissues are not affected and remain soft and normal. Second-degree injury usually blisters 1–2 days after becoming frozen. The blisters may become hard and blackened, but usually appear worse than they are. Most of the injuries heal in one month, but the area may become permanently insensitive to both heat and cold.
Should be fine, assuming it's a second degree frostbite.
I'm using a glove on top of another glove when I go around these parts then.
It more looks like a burn rather than a frost. I'd say you touched a cow-parsnip or something in summer and made the picture. If it's yours of cause. Also, you wouldn't have been able to type if it was a frost burn. And you know it as well.
No you shouldn't because if you use two gloves you restrict the amount of air between the glove and the hand. The glove is supposed to keep warm air your hands generate in while keeping the cold out. If you have two gloves the one beneath will be tight and near the skin reducing the amount of warm air inside the glove.
i had a friend who got that
this >>53917937 will inevitably happen
that's what you get for not wearing gloves
I did kayak in frozen winter and they warned us to not heat too quickly your hands like not touching radiators and instead let your hands slowly get back to room temperature or that would happen, you didn't try to heat your hands too abruptly did you ?
Yeah i can agree with that but most of em are not just coffee places but cafes and they tend to sell shitty food at the cafes, i don't mind the coffee places desu its just the cafes that sell shit. well other then the stupid hipster shit
I like how australians have nothing in life so they cling on to their "coffee culture". As if the rest of the world doesn't have access to coffee that's not just as good if not better.
But hey, when you're paying $5000 for internet an $40 for a 6-pack I guess you hang on to the little things. How much is a 12 oz bag of beans in Melbourne? $55?
>An American mocks another country's culture
It's the only thing they're smug about. They think everyone outside of Australia is drinking starbucks or muddy water and that Australia is the last bastion of coffee in the world when in reality, coffee shops exist all over the world and it isn't $20 for a cappuccino here.
>A britbong doesn't realize that my country has been exporting its culture for the past century across the globe while his culture is being dismantled.
>posting on american websites
>watching american tv
>listening to american music
>wearing american clothes
>eating american food
>buying american products
based best ally
>guy spent an hour chopping wood in -30C weather wearing pic related
>only went inside after he noticed that he couldn't bend his fingers properly anymore
Biting off someone's frozen fingers is metal. This is just plain stupidity.
>everyone outside of Australia is forced to drink starbucks and eat mcdonalds
Good meme. I'm about to grind some beans and put them in my press though and get a delicious cup of coffee.
You're just proving how successful American businesses are. I couldn't name an Australian company with similar global reach and scale, but I don't think the sheep fucking business has mass global appeal.
I don't know anyone who's ever gotten frostbite, tbqh. Well, I know a guy who was on Mt Everest and got it, actually, but I don't count that.
>Chop wood in the middle of Janury
>"Oh shit, I can't feel my Bingers anymore :DDDD"
>"I can combine it for my training for the sauna world cup to heat up again."
>"Finland #1 :DD"
>dying from being in a sauna too long
Fugg :DDD Nadural Selegdion ad wurg :DDD
The Russian died and the Finn spent 3 in coma.
never admit defeat :DD never show weagness :D
I felt nothing while watching this, am I a sociopath?
FUCKA YOU MOTHER FUKER UZBEK
>out batoning with my mora
>after a while i realize the "tock tock tock" sound isn't the knife hitting the trunk, but my hand hitting another trunk that was in the snow
>couldn't feel a thing because my fingers were comfortably numb
the cold giveth and the cold taketh
It's weird the way he pulled his toe off. It looked like pulling the top off of those pieces of candy that are attached to a stick.
Winter 9s the ultimate /comfy/ season. The snow makes the world quiet as nature either dies or falls asleep and all sounds seem softer and muted. I feel bad for people without snow who will never know this feel.
>doctor is a nigger
Ask for another one, say its based on your ideology
Don't lose your fingers to some nig-nog
>The snow makes the world quiet as nature either dies or falls asleep and all sounds seem softer and muted. I feel bad for people without snow who will never know this feel.
I have the fortune of living somewhere where it gets completely quiet in the winter. Nothing beats just taking a moment to stop and look at the sky while there is not a single sound to be heard, not even from the wind.
Remember this thing?
Take your words back we are the most whitest europens genes, 105% aryan race
>25-35 every fucking day
>wind out of the ass of ukko
>kantauralin *orja < indoiraanisesta sanasta *arya 'arjalainen, heimolainen'
That made me feel a bit better about living in Brazil. Hot weather through most of the year sucks, but we don't really get extreme temperatures that often. The worst that can happen is a bad sunburn but you have to be really dumb and stand in the sun for hours without protection.
>you will never have a qt Finnish girl to sit naked with you in a sauna
can someone explain how this happens to a layman such as myself
I am Greek and recently arrived here in Denmark, it's cold as fuck outside at the moment, around -10 degrees. How to avoid this from happening?
bloody hell sounds terrifying, I have some wounds on my hands that is probably a result of me not wearing proper gloves
definitely buying a new pair tomorrow
>stk ku joku laukoo arjalais settiä irl
>päästät powerlevelisi valloilleen ja on vielä "todisteet"
>Sana "orja" tulee sanasta "arya" - ilmeisesti suomalais-ugrilaisilla oli arjalaisia orjina.
I think every year some conscript loses a toe because of cold and the same happens in Russian military as well. There are always retards who don't know how to handle themselves and it's often hard to notice as frostbite creeps in.
Depends on wind and humidity. You can literally die in Saint-Petersburg in -5, and feel comfortable far away from (sort of) sea in -30.
No, it's not about humidity. This is a stupid myth that any meteorologist will debunk. Windchill is a real thing however. But that's not a good measure, because of high variance.
Google weather currently says that it's -32C and 76% humidity where I live, in a city by the sea. There is also "fog" at this temperature, often. That doesn't really matter much.
Yeah. Don't know if that makes it feel any colder though, or actually transfers heat away from your body faster? I think it probably does, as the ice crystals settle upon your flesh.
The amount of water vapor in the air in cold weather is extremely small.
For example, at -20C and 100% relative humidity, there is 0,880 g/m^3 of water in the air. As a comparison, the density of -20C air is about 1400 g/m^3. So water vapor only makes up 0,06% of air by mass.
The difference between dry and wet cold air is pretty insignificant. The case is completely different when it's hot, because your body relies on sweating to maintain normal body temperature, which is heavily affected by relative humidity.
How retarded can you be? I bet he didn't wear gloves because he wanted to act a tough guy or something. Normies never cease to amuse me.
why do finniggers chop firewood in 2016?
can they not afford central heating like the developed world?
Specific heat capacity has nothing to do with thermal conductivity.
(Specific) heat capacity relates to how much energy is required to cause a temperature change in a material. It has nothing to do with how fast heat is transferred.
As an example, copper has a significantly larger thermal conductivity than water (~400 W/(mK) vs ~0.6 W/(mK)) but its specific heat capacity is about 1/10 that of water.
Also, not sure where you got your "4000 times greater" specific heat capacity, considering the specific heat capacity of water is 4.something kJ/(kgK) and air is 1.something kJ/(kgK).
Either way, it doesn't matter because of the small amount of water vapor in the air.
So wait, is OP's hand really going to fall off?
Fuck man that sucks, I'm so sorry. Is this actually a regular thing in Northern Europe?
Fuck your HDI you snowniggers
I've lived in warm weather all my life.
But how easy it is to get frostbite?
I mean, there must be a point in which you know it is too fucking cold to be fucking around chopping wood, and partying.
Only absolute retards suffer things like this. You can easily be outside all day in this kind of weather, if you're properly dressed.
There is no such thing as bad weather; there is only bad clothing, is what we say.
Δεν παθαίνεις kρυοπάγημα/γάγγραινα έτσι απλά. Πρέπει να είσαι ώρες πολλές σε πολύ kρύο kαι χωρίς γάντια. Αυτό που έχεις είναι χιονίστρες που τις παθαίνεις όταν αλλάζεις από ζέστη σε kρύο συχνά.
No, Greece, you may not have another loan.
>medical staff all wanted to check out her 'sweet blisters' and find out how long an Australian could withstand the cold.
At or below 0 °C (32 °F), blood vessels close to the skin start to constrict, and blood is shunted away from the extremities via the action of glomus bodies. The same response may also be a result of exposure to high winds. This constriction helps to preserve core body temperature. In extreme cold, or when the body is exposed to cold for long periods, this protective strategy can reduce blood flow in some areas of the body to dangerously low levels. This lack of blood leads to the eventual freezing and death of skin tissue in the affected areas. Of the four degrees of frostbite, each has varying degrees of pain.
Poor circulation can also be caused by other factors such as tight clothing or boots, cramped positions, fatigue, certain medications, smoking, alcohol use, or diseases that affect the blood vessels, such as diabetes.
But how does it get so bad that you lose fingers?
Wouldn't you feel pain before reaching that stage? Or any stage of frostbite?
Is it just like one moment you don't have it and then you do? No warning?
At first the cold might feel painful, but after say 10 minutes they're so numb you can't feel anything. That is, if you're not wearing proper gloves.
If you don't see your hands (thin gloves) or feel them it can take a long time before you realize there's something wrong, generally because you have a hard time bending your fingers.
I must say it's pretty surreal for me to imagine someone who's never felt that numbness from cold before.
>0-4 degrees for almost a week
>Havent seen the sun for 5 days
Stuffing your hands in a bucket with ice water should be enough to feel this, after just a couple of minutes they're all numb. It's when you warm them up again that the pain comes.
>about to go get jumbo slushie
>wasn't going to wear gloves
>see this thread
Where are my gloves
Yeah, I'd imagine it's one of the harder Norwegian dialects to understand for other Scandinavians, there are quite a few words even Norwegians from other regions struggle to understand. Great scenery indeed.
Well, not warm, but warm compared to most Northern countries. It's much warmer where the average Norwegian lives than the rest of the people in Fennoscandia, we barely have any inland cities with a sizeable population, and like 80% of the population live by the coast.
I guess you have to try it to get it. The pear soda is definitely the best one, but both have meme-status throughout the country.