Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by nidex, Feb 21, 2015.
So, Smersh, you wash them to get suction and then they both have teh suck?
Maybe a bit of nibbling.
Aw, you're cute. Lol.
None of those places are Florida. I lived in California and Texas when I was younger, it's a different type of heat, a dry heat. Florida is all about that humidity.
No shit? I spent my freshman year as a Horny Toad!
Bruh. El Paso is an arid climate. Like 35% humidity max. The humidity here never drops below 75%
Sheesh, I'd take 35% humidity in a heartbeat. We're only getting 10-15%
One spark in the wrong place and 100's of 1000's of acres go up in smoke.
That's what it was like here, Wiskas!
I've never seen it so dry. I'm pretty sure we only had 2 days of rain and a half day of sprinkling in 3 months. I live in a valley where it rains 70% (made that #up...just a guess) of the time. And it was always between 30 and 40 C
But it pretty much changed over night. It poured rain for an entire day and since then it's been typical late summer weather. I miss the sun!!!!!
Nidex, weren't you banging some mom where you used to live? What happened with her?! Sorry I guess I missed an update
Call it climate change, climate shift or whatever, I just miss the way it used to be.
In western Mo. we had the wettest summer in 50 years, and the second-highest statewide, and summer isn't officially over yet.
For what it's worth, the Farmer's Almanac ate it big time this summer, so not surprisingly, it ain't worth much.
Yeah, I don't pay any attention to that farmer's almanac. Not much more than wives tales based.IMHO
I do however pay attention to how the animals behave. Last year the deer went into heat much earlier than the year before.
Which was earlier than 2 years ago. This year I already saw a doe acting like she was frisky. A buck was nose-to-ass
with her for a week. These things happen in November on wet years. Bird migrations, or lack thereof, tell a story too.
There wasn't even a winter here last year so the bugs were horrible this spring/summer.
It gets up there in EL Paso sometimes. Not as bad as DFW but it can get pretty humid. SLC is nice and dry because we are surrounded by mountain ranges in the desert but when it gets hot enough it gets humid here at times also (The Great Salt Lake).
I think we have different definitions of humid, Lurker.
Current temp and humidity in the places we've mentioned according to weather.com:
Sarasota, Florida - 74F, 97% humidity - not raining
El Paso, Texas - 90F, 31% humidity
Salt Lake City, Utah - 60F, 83% humidity - thunderstorms at the moment
Dallas, Texas - 86F, 54% humidity
Why did you move to Utah again? A girl right?
I prefer low humidity.
86F, 26% humidity, 9.5 pollen, partly cloudy, mediocre sunset, altitude 5600', gorgeous women outside atm, amidoingitright?
NO YOU'RE DOING IT ALL WRONG!
Now I get to give my weather report for right now under your template:
8:01am, 76F, 93% humidity, sunny, mediocre sunrise, altitude flat as fuck, fat women walking down the street, i hate white people.
Today is the coldest, wettest day since last march. 1200 ft elevation. More fat or old or fat old women than OK ones.
Well not the current conditions lol. Im talking late spring early summer in EP. Hell we've got flash floods here in Utah County right now because it's pouring rain.
Yes, I moved here with my ex.
KANYE IS THAT YOU!?
Did you guys see the pictures of that flooding in Hildale, UT/Colorado City, AZ? I remember reading about those towns a long time ago, they're out in the middle of the desert and that's where all of the FLDS polygamist child rapist fucks live. The pictures on weather.com were hilarious, they look straight out of 1850. All the women were wearing the same dress in either gray, blue, or beige, and all the male children were wearing a polo shirt tucked into jeans with a belt. Every. Single. Person.
I saw that.
Yep saw that too. I saw the women and was like yup FLDS right there. lol