Discussion in 'General' started by Hyperdyne, Jan 20, 2023.
You have natural insulation.
Me either...it's t-shirt and gym shorts when I'm home. If I'm cold I'll turn up the furnace.
I have about 6 hanging on the closet door in my office. Those are the ones I'm currently working through while it's cold out. There's more in the closet in case those all get dirty. I also have an electric vest hanging there. It makes the hoodies more effective.
It's winter. I need coverage all day, in or outside, but I'm not a huge fan of long sleeve shirts.
Just a tad
Stick has no natural insulation.
I was going to say, he definitely hasn't met stick..
Fat fucks have no concept of the plight of the skinny bitch in cold climates.
Spoken like a true Floridian!
I may put on my heated vest today. While inside.
When the famine comes, imma outlast your skinny ass.
When the famine comes, I'll run you in the ground and then eat you.
I wouldn't be so sure. Your body is not used to eating small amounts, let alone to starving. So while you have exponentially larger reserves, you will also burn through them exponentially faster. Meanwhile, you will barely notice the difference it makes to my body. It's science!
Only if you can get within range before I pull the trigger...I'll just wound you, the dogs need to eat to and they like bones.
It's wishful thinkng.
BTW, I meant that in the best possible way. I would take time to say something nice about you.
Also, skinny targets are harder to hit.
I will release the Nugget Ninja on you.
First off, that's not cool. That little bugger will wreck my ankles. Luckily, animals like me. I did grow up working in a pet shop.
What used to baffle me was the kids in Florida wearing shorts and a hoodie and it's 100f and 100 humidity.
Have they evolved or devolved?
Keeps the sun off? But in that humidity I'll happily die of sunstroke before I try it.
Seriously though it's the same with the migrant field workers, thick cotton in the summer but it's certainly not humid here. It's so common I think we're missing something? It's been a LONG time since I picked strawberries for money, and I'm not even kidding
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