LeBron James complaining about how hot it was in San Antonio last night, but when a blizzard hits Philadelphia, LeSean McCoy has a franchise record setting day.
Who here would rather be cold than hot?
@The smart hippo, it's always hot in my pants but cold in my wallet.
@The smart hippo, hot is better. Because you have to take off your clothes
@The smart hippo, i love it no higher than 60°F with a slight breeze
@The smart hippo, absolutely not me
@The smart hippo, this will change once its winter again
@The smart hippo, Colorado, cold yeah!
@The smart hippo, if it's cold you can always put on more clothes but if it's hot you can only take off clothes until your hot and naked
@The smart hippo, Me. And I greatly prefer playing soccer when it's snowing to playing in 104 degree F weather. I've done both several times.
@The smart hippo, me. You can always put more one, but you can't always take more off. Plus the cold doesn't bother me anyway. (I'm being serious the cold doesn't bother me that much)
@The smart hippo, not when playing sports. When playing you start getting stiff if its cold
@RaggedyTaco, My friend absolutely loves the heat and hates the cold. I'm the exact opposite. I love the cold and it doesn't bother me. She wears a jacket year round, and I wear jeans and a t-shirt in below zero weather.
@The smart hippo, I'll prefer cold over hot any day
@The smart hippo, being too hot it horrible. Your body just stops and wit being cold you can just add layers
@The smart hippo, hot is badass
@The smart hippo, I'm used to the cold. My room is always freezing and I live in Minnesota with the really cold winters.
@sexyvampireprincess, I'm from MN too! What town or city?
@The smart hippo, you can catch a cold, its hard to catch a hot (seriously, I've dealt with temps as high as 110 and as los as about 20 here in Austin, I prefer 110 over 20 because I can't really get sick when its hot)
@The smart hippo, I always think of it like you can pile on blankets until you're comfortable, but when you're hot, you can only take off so much clothing before you are publicly indecent or naked, then where do you go from there? Plus sweat.
@Fondled Weiner, in AZ 110 is June-July, 115-120 July-September Lol
@Kangaroo Jacked, cold you have to huddle for warmth ;)
@funny pic veteran, I bet theres a lot of work in AC in Arizona
@Fondled Weiner, haha I'm sure that and solar panels
@The smart hippo, People in this thread are talking about not being able to take off more clothes to deal with the heat, but the worst thing when you're hot is that you get sweaty and your clothes stick to you. Everything becomes uncomfortable, which is why I prefer the cold.
@The smart hippo, Also, taking it to the extreme, dying in a fire would be waaayyyyy more painful than dying of hypothermia, that way your body just shuts down rather than have all of its nerves scorched.
@The smart hippo, where I live dosnt allow it to be below 90 degrees until november
That is literally the opposite problem.
@Aperture Employee, not if you play in Texas or almost any other state in the South.
@jklyt1, that game was between Philly and Detroit....
@Bonnarfarm, I can see that sir but my point still stands, playing football, in full pads, in the South is much hotter than playing basketball in a gym even with broken AC.
@Aperture Employee, football requires much more conditioning than basketball.
Im not sure which I would choose, being to hot or extremely cold.. fvck both. I dont play sports, just watch them. I'll adjust my thermostat to whatever I want..
Both are bad excuses, watch a hockey player get hurt, if they can still stand then they play. A player lost 12 teeth in a game and played the next shift
@Keyvo23, or even died
@Keyvo23, But did he die?
@Bad News Barrett, well, one of them has. He got back on the ice. Hockey players don't have time for annoying little things like "death".
What do I care? Basketball bores me
I guess the heat...... couldn't take the heat
Dude...try soccer...we don't cancel unless the weather is literally lightning or the field is in puddles!!!
@iamsowierd, shut up
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I played football in high school and the season started in the 90s and ended in the 30s. They're both terrible to play in.
We have played rugby games at our high school where we had to shorten the field because the end zone was a 10 foot high pile of snow
I went to a baseball game in 106" weather
Looks like every football year in Canada. GO RIDERS!!!
Marching Band. Wool uniforms in even worse conditions and sometimes even more active than both Basketball and Football. Definitely more conditioning.
Would rather freeze, and the last thing I would see will be Elsa smiling warmly as I joined her eternal winter.
It would make more sense if it was the Arizona cardinals ...
Its easier to play in cold because the rigorous activity warms you nicely