• if you say "its so hot out" out loud then
someone from arizona will materialize
out of thin air and tell you you've never
experienced real heat before
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    • I went to Arizona when it was 110 outside and that’s much more comfortable than 85 in Alabama with the humidity
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    • Arizona heat is pussy heat. Try heat with humidity bitch.
      hummus_ 22 jun
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    • arizona is dry heat, the south gets wet heat. regular day here in southwest georgia is like 96 degrees with 50%+ humidity
      Besu 22 jun
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    • As an Arizonian. Can confirm. But way better than humidity
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    • I’d rather be in like 100 degrees dry heat than like 80 wet heat
      DBG537 22 jun
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    • Someone from arizona moved to Maryland said it was too humid for them and moved back so fuck out of here
      red74 22 jun
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    • Hot is not the same as humid, humid is an entirely different hell
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    • Prepare for a dry heat vs humidity debate
      Curvz 22 jun
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    • Arizona is dry heat, they couldnt survive humid heat
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    • Hottest I've experienced is Jalalabad Afghanistan where it was 116 with 60%humidity
      xxxadub 23 jun
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    • I love arizona heat. The dry beautiful heat. I hate the humidity.
      glw100 23 jun
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    • Look, imma tell you right now, i live in texas, previously Arizona. First off, the heat in both suck ass, but texas is humid, and Arizona is dry. So in texas you just basicly "condensate" its ass, in Arizona its basicly the opposite, you sweat but its so fucking hot that you dry up instantly.
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    • First time experiencing real humidity, I had went down to Georgia, benning for BCT (first time down south I’m from philly) bro I thought I was about to die, swamp ass 25/8, you step through the door frame and you’re losing every drop of fluid you ever ingested. Always thirsty, always hot.
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    • Florida heat: highs in the mid to upper 90's with 100% humidity every goddamn day for 6 months straight. I'd take dry desert heat over this jungle bullshit any fucking day
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    • In Florida a few days ago it was 97 degrees with 75% humidity so try me
      Johnny68 23 jun
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    • Damn it’s 68 degrees in MN rn. That’s hot as shit
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    • Humid beast is 10x worse than dry heat Arizona can suck a dick
      EBicGames 24 jun
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    • Florida humidity makes me want to kiII myself
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    • Try 105 in Houston and tell me Arizona is hot bub
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    • I live in AZ and can confirm it’s so much better than the humidity. But that one day a year when it’s 122 it’s so hot you don’t even feel the air around you
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    • Apparently all you bitches saying Arizona is a dry heat ain't never been here during monsoon season.
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    • You’ve never seen real heat before, buddy. Yeah I’m from Phoenix
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    • Have you ever been to Arizona? That place is 10x hotter than the devils ass hole.
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    • It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity
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    • It's 110 for me right now. It's hit but I have been in worse heat
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    • Dry heat isn’t shit compared to the humid heat. You can’t change my mind.
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    • I live in Arizona and it's currently 113 out
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    • Same goes if someone says it cold someone from Minnesota will appear and say “aye there bud you don’t know cold do ya bud”
      baller280 22 jun
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    • As someone who has lived with 120+ degree weather all my life I hate humidity
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    • Well I’m from Georgia so our weather changes like everyday. KylerMurray1 this post is for you
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    • Arizona doesn’t know the true pain that comes with humidity. It may be only 98 degrees, but with the damn humidity it feels like 114
      _Hans 22 jun
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    • A breeze in the shade can be refreshing where it's arid. If you have Ac you're fine indoors Open the window at night and house cools and you get some fresh air. NONE OF THAT WORKS IN THE SOUTH!!! Shade? Muggy hot shadows. Breeze? Wet air. Ac? Soaking filters. Open windows? EVERYTHING DAMP
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    • The same applies to saying "it's so cold out" and having a flannel, stormy kromer, chopper wearing Yooper come by and say oh this ain't nothin, wait until it gets so cold you can't even drink your beer witout it freezin eh?
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    • Texans-Am I a joke to you?
      CutieLuu 23 jun
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    • There’s a valid reason people from Arizona say that though. Some of y’all have never felt 122 degree Arizona heat, and it shows. It’s so dry, that even your sweat evaporates, so you’re never cooled off and you just become even more sapped and dehydrated. Plenty of people end up dropping dead from it
      Nirelli 23 jun
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    • I’ve heard even Illinois in the summer is worse than Arizona with the humidity
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    • I’ve live in Arizona now and I’ve lived where it’s humid. The difference is if you can get in the shade in a dry heat it’s not bad but in the humidity it’s bad everywhere. But if you’re working in the sun at 115 dry heat you can literally deal the sweat drying as you’re sweating it out. It all sucks
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    • Try South Georgia heat...humid as fuck
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    • Bruh, I’m from Arizona and this is me, avg temperature for this summer in my area is 108 no joke
      baitrator 23 jun
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    • I fucking hate Texas humid heat
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    • Louisiana heat sucks.
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    • arizona has a high of 128 F, but california beats it with a record high of 134 F
      u_rgay 22 jun
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    • I've lived in the middle East. Y'all are cute
      Cacaonut 22 jun
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    • I can confirm this as fact
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    • And someone from Virginia will clap back at them and say "It's a dry heat. Try 100 degree weather and 100% humidity on top of it."
      iFappy 22 jun
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    • the opposite would be saying “it’s so cold out” and a wisconsinite appears out of thin cheese to tell you what cold really feels like
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    • I would know. I’m from Ari-
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    • I live in Florida hoe try me
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    • I'm Texan. (Proceeds to lecture about why hot weather too hot).
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    • Wet heat is easier to relax in but way harder to work in
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    • You haven’t experienced real heat if you haven’t been to Dubai. It has both desert heat and ocean humidity.
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    • 0/10 I did it, didn’t work.
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    • hot is hot, get over yourselves. now, COLD on the other hand...
      Kasagure 23 jun
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    • Y’all never been to Egypt or most place in Africa and it shows
      whyrugay 23 jun
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    • Same with Minnesotans and “it’s so cold out”
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    • Last summer in Alaska was pretty bad. Got up in the 90s for a while, with heat index up near 132 for a whole week once. The worst part was that nobody has air conditioning, so there was no escaping the heat.
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    • 115 in June... Hmmm I love that weather.. Cruising on Mills Avenue listening to oldies.. Can't beat that shit
      bandildo 23 jun
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    • Ok yes but people will still underestimate Arizona heat. So many people who visit here to hike end up dying from heat exhaustion
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    • as an Arizonan i can confirm i do this frequently
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    • I live in Alabama and just got back from Arizona and New Mexico, and I can say, their 100 degree heat is Alabama’s 85 degree heat
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    • iT's a dRy HeAt
      aud_io 24 jun
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    • Nah shut the fuck up arizona ain’t bad at all try living in the Midwest dry heat is fine humidity is death
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    • Arizona is dry heat humid heat is much worse
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    • Actually 100 degrees in Arizona feels like 85 in MA, since there’s no humidity
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    • I just tried it nothing happened. Hold on someone is knocking at my door
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    • *Laughs in Caribbean heat*
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    • Or I'll appear and tell you you haven't experienced real heat until you've been to hell, or worse, my home state of Florida
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    • What if I'm the man from Arizona? Who comes to see me when I complain about Arizona winter's being too cold?
      FantaFox 23 jun
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    • Arizona when it’s 114 feels so much better then 70 in New York bc it’s so dry
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    • I am that arizona guy 😹😹😹😹
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    • You’ve never experienced real heat before.
      Efuwu 23 jun
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    • Literally that is my Nana Rosettie. She lives in AZ and whenever we complain about being hot in Michigan she always gets mad. Like the mf lives in a multi million dollar house, pretty sure she has air conditioning
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    • Arizona is hot but the air is not humid so 108 there feels fine. It’s like dull pain vs pain that actually makes you stop what you are doing
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    • Lol you never been to Louisiana when it’s 95 out with top tier humidity
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    • Tell that bitch to come to Arkansas watch them get a heat stroke on 30 minutes
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    • If you say “its so hot out” out loud then someone from the south will materialize and tell you you’ve never experienced real heat before
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    • I live in AZ and honestly, like people have already said, not too bad without humidity. But I don't have AC in my car and when I get in, the air coming out of the car hurts while standing outside the door.
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    • Not applicable for Floridians
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    • We lived in chicago my whole life and that someone is my father
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    • I’ve been to Arizona before and am from Minnesota. It hit 115 while I was there, and it wasn’t even that bad. I would take that over 85 and humid here.
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    • I don’t care how hot it gets in Arizona. You don’t know pain like Georgia in june when you work labor
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    • Yep that's me
      kimow101 23 jun
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    • Georgia is horrible about this.
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    • Shit come down to Georgia we’ll show y’all hot.
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    • Yeah, heat's bad and all, but Georgia with that 100% humidity and the resultant mosquitos. Basically a giant swamp.
      Snoozebar 22 jun
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    • Y’all think u have it bad, there’s people who live in Arizona
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    • You haven't experienced real heat yet, you fucking POG.
      ECHO5ECHO 25 jun
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    • Try living in Florida fuck an inch outside and your nuts hit the pool of sweat
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    • Or when someone says it's too cold then my flashbacks of negative 15 degree weather from my time in montana comes back to me
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    • Honestly, I'm from FL and i have to say, I rather be in FL at 100 degrees than Arizona at 100 degrees because the air in FL is cool at least, the air in arizona made me feel like i was being choked.
      Azazel305 23 jun
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    • I’m telling you right now when it’s 91 out and so humid you can’t breathe then come to my doorstep
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    • It was 116 yesterday
      Subject27 23 jun
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    • You never experienced real heat
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    • This shit be hot out here in Phoenix tho. I dare you to stand outside for an hour in the summer RN
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    • It's kinda funny, many people think of Oregon as a cold snowy pine covered state, and it is somtimes, but here in roseburg it can get over 100 with 100% humidity. Somtimes
      Slank 23 jun
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    • As a man from Arizona this is true
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    • Just tried it and an African just asked me for food and water
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    • I moved to az a few months back and I'll take 115 here over 85 in the midwest
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