Why would you want to make someone feel humid
@Dolan smelf, Being stationed in Pensacola, Fl currently, humid has turned out to be, quite possibly, the worst weather type that exists.
@Mama Bear, I would rather be constantly on the verge of freezing to death in -30°C weather than be in a (relatively) balmy 25°C weather with consistent max humidity.
@Dolan smelf, sex?
@I Are Lebo, being from wisconsin, I'd take the humidity. It sucks and is uncomfortable, but you don't get life threatening blizzards
@Mama Bear, lmao, yes. I find that when I visit places that have hot climates but relatively no humidity, it is easy to cool down in the shade. But you can't try that shít with humidity. It sticks to the skin.
@Mama Bear, having been born and raised in the 120° heat of Vegas, I wouldn't touch Florida humidity with a 10 foot pole.
@Mama Bear, south fl here and its like your swimming through this sht they call air
@Mama Bear, Broward County girl all my life, and honestly without the humidity my skin dries out and my hair loses its luster. But I got a sense of how the rest of the country feels about Florida a while back. I visited Phoenix for a week and when I got home it felt like I was drowning.
@Mama Bear, welcome to Florida. I've lived here my entire life, and it isn't to pleasant
@shake n blake, My sympathies.
@Mama Bear, as one person from FL will say, trees are a gift when it's like that, so is a lake, just ya know, watch out for Gators and cotton mouths
@Dolan smelf, humid equals wet bub!!
@theshadosnipe, blizzards do suck if you absolutely have to go out in them, but cold is better than hot in my books. You can always add layers. There's only so many you can take off.
@I Are Lebo, after about 100 I'll think about taking my shirt off. I'll give you my cold if you give me your heat.
@mas2de, I prefer dressing in layers, and I dislike the heat, so when it's hot it sucks on two counts for me.
What's really going to suck is I have a fairly high chance of moving to Los Angeles within the next few years.
@I Are Lebo, DON'T DO IT! Lol. If you can live outside of LA, I'd say do it. The commute is gonna blow either way. :/ Sorry bud. I'm in San Diego and for the most part I love it.
@mas2de, I'm a script writer, and my big brother is a producer. Fortunately, that means most days I'd work from home.
Oh, and I meant the hills just outside of LA. No fücking way would I live downtown.
From 'bama, can confirm
@FullMetalAlcoholist, From Crenshaw. CAN DEFINITELY CONFIRM
@local anarchist , I grew up in Crenshaw and live in Pike. Can also confirm that 'Bama sucks in summer.
@The Manwhore, i miss Montgomery
@local anarchist , never been a fan of Montgomery, but if I did move I would miss Troy.
@The Manwhore, montgomery is my hometown but i ended up going to school in troy when i moved
@local anarchist , makes sense, Luverne is my hometown, but there's nothing to really miss there except for family.
@The Manwhore, i live down the road in highland home but drove to troy cause i went to CHHS
Louisiana humidity blows. Though I really enjoy the sound of cicadas and mosquitos sucking me out.
@Goldwork, as someone from Clinton, can confirm. I just had some family from Washington over and as soon as they got off the plane they said they felt like they were dying.
The grass is always greener.
The optimistic one is from the south. The pessimistic one is probably some city person who spent half a day in the country and gave up.
@DongBobbler, Summers in the south suck. Whether its city or country it makes no difference. Either the first one isn't from the south or its a poetic southerner that is lying through their teeth just paint a pretty mental picture. I'm leaning towards not from the south since they believe humid is a good feeling.
I have been in a -15 degree blizzard and in 120 degree dessert, and I would take either for a month over a humid southern summer day.
As an albamian I can confirm
I'm Gona go ahead and guess the second
Don't forget the otw swampnut or dehydration from perfuse sweating
Where does she live where lace "drips"?
@Welcommatt, Since moss does have a liquid component to it the way some of it hangs could be argued that it looks like it's dripping, so the drip is refering to how the moss is behaving and it's behavior makes it look like lace.