Saturday, July 22, 2006

H. O. T.

Broiling, burning, fiery, roasting, scalding, scorching, searing, sultry, superheated, sweltering, torrid, blazing, molten, sizzling, muggy, steamy, tropical.


It's almost 10:30 pm.

Temperature outside?

26 degrees Celsius.

With the humidity, it feels like 32.


Just... yuck.


  1. If it's any compensation (which it probably isn't) England has been just the same. I think one evening last week the car thermometer said it was 29'c at 10.30pm. I've just finished that rehearsal in someone's garage, and was soaked through.


  2. Have you ever noticed how many "hot" words start with the letter "S"? Is it because "S" sounds "Sssteamy"?