29°F feels Like 18°F
hello georgia! did you forget that you are georgia?
i can feel cold radiating through the glass on my french doors from 3 feet away. atlanta, why can't you be like south georgia and never get under 50? this is fucking ridiculous! i'm having to wear clothes! clothes damn you! *shakes fist*
in other news, i'm so getting a hat with eyestalks on it (to complement my kitty hat) and some mittens that look like claws. it would be the cutest shit ever, and good for all those last minute costume parties i constantly find myself being invited to (/scathing sarcasm)
gah! my hand closest to the door is getting so cold it's not working quite right.
please summer, come soon. :\
i used to think that i liked the cold until i moved to someplace that actually got kinda cold.
i'm most comfy at 75-90, but i've lived in places where it's gotten up to 110 and could bear it. it's gotten down to 9 here and i thought i was gonna die.
the cold is only good for cuddling under big blankets.
i try to keep the temperature in my apt a steady 72, which is hard because of the computers. in teh summer my living room is scorching. but in the winter it's not so bad, since they're all in one part of the room and it stays warmer over here than everywhere else, so i stay pretty comfy (i need to be warmer than shawn does).
in short, i don't think i would do well without air conditioning :P
and i'll have you know, that when i was skinny, it just made winters colder, it didn't make summers any more bearable.
Florida is part of the South in the sense that it's a giant dick-shaped slab of land dangling from the Georgia border. I don't give a rat's ass how southern it is. I hate it. However, there are enough rednecks and Bible thumpers here to make the klan thrive. Pretty southern, if you ask me.
i think it's odd that everyone hates where they live.
there were a couple of chapters of the klan near my hometown, and in a city (that's decently large) near atlanta there's a yearly klan march. i can't fucking stand how backwards shit is here.