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fuck you heatwave, you aint cramping my style!

 

god bless the inventor of electric fans

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What does a heatwave in Vancouver consist of?

30-35 degrees celsius all day and night. For weeks on end.

its worst for me personally as my room is tiny, faces the sun most of the day, aaaaaaaaand its tiny upstairs. Sooo its brutal

its also so hot that we have no cold tap water. The cold water is warm. Its awesome

 

 

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That sounds great! Kind of like taking a trip to Vietnam without having to get on a plane.

 

You should invest in one of these-

 

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Maybe Kilo can give you the "fellow Canuck" discount.

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Yeah, when the oscillator craps out on one of those 10 dollar junts you're screwed.

 

Seriously, Hay...if you're facing more than a couple days of heat get a hammock and sleep outside. If you live near water, citronella will keep the bugs away.

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A32QYS925KXU7A_1185909920591._SL300_.jpg

 

fuck you heatwave, you aint cramping my style!

 

god bless the inventor of electric fans

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you lived in a real country, you'd know that a fan doesn't do jack shit for you in a real heatwave.

 

Central air FTW.

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Nah....Hay just needs to put some Icy-Hot on his balls and smoke some leak. Then he'll be like, "what heat?"

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yeah fans are awesome, i gotta have one on for the white noise to sleep. but in a heatwave, central air or window unit owns.

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Omg I almost shit myself laughing at a Canadian heatwave!!!

 

WTF is a Canadian heatwav like? 80 degrees all august?

Also anyone on the west coast, even southern California, please stop hitching about the heat - you live in a costal weather paradise and some of us land locked people would kill for your costal breeze and lowered humidity

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Yeah, when the oscillator craps out on one of those 10 dollar junts you're screwed.

 

Seriously, Hay...if you're facing more than a couple days of heat get a hammock and sleep outside. If you live near water, citronella will keep the bugs away.

 

 

 

Haha see what I mean? Try sleeping outside in the summer here, you might wake up dead on the wrong day! That shit only works near the coast where water keeps it cool once the sun goes over the horizon

 

it's still hot as he'll and humid as fuck at night here

good luck with that

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Just cause you live near water doesn't mean that you're going to have a steady cool breeze.

Actually, living near water usually = muggy ass humidity.

California is just a fluke.

 

 

 

Cosign on LMFAO@Shai talking bout sleeping outside though.

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Haha see what I mean? Try sleeping outside in the summer here, you might wake up dead on the wrong day!

 

But if I died I wouldn't care...

 

"Hey, did you hear about *****?"

 

"No, what?"

 

"He croaked it sleeping outside during that last heatwave."

 

"(insert Nelson laugh here)"

 

We get 100 degree weeks here. It just hasn't happened yet for some reason.

 

When it hits the 90s I'll sleep on the porch. Buck naked. Fuck the neighbors.

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Just cause you live near water doesn't mean that you're going to have a steady cool breeze.

Actually, living near water usually = muggy ass humidity.

California is just a fluke.

 

 

 

It's not a fluke.... the Atlantic has warm ocean currents and the Pacific has cool currents... warmer waters means more water evaporation in to the air. Which is why the East Coast tends to be humid and the West tends to be dry, and why the southeast gets hit with hurricanes and the southwest doesn't.

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Haha, no shit. I was in SF last week (ahem, TRYING TO CALL SOMEONE) and it was rather...brisk, I guess you could say.

 

It was in the 80s here today, though.

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