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    • This city should not exist. It is a monument to man’s arrogance.
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    • Luckily our bodies manage to cool ourselves down enough
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    • I’m still seeing the road construction crews out working every day in this heat too
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    • Yeah with that 12% humidity. Lucky bastards, I'd rather have it 116 and dry than 90 and 93% humidity
      Offworldr 30 jul
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    • Little do you know that your body has sweat to cool your inner temperature!
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    • This is sort of misleading. Internal and external temperatures are very different.
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    • Here comes "The Texas vs. Arizona Heat" debate.....aaand go
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    • Who would want to live in Arizona anyways?
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    • I had heat exhastion 3 days ago and threw up at work (i hid it bc i knew why i was sick). I wasnt even sweating anymore bc dehydration. I live in NY. Yall are fucking crazy for going anywhere below, like, Virginia.
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    • Thats talking abput internal heat, not external
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    • You will die in any temp below freezing yet millions of people live in Canada
      moxymomo 30 jul
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    • I love people in the comments gate keeping living in a hot place
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    • It goes to 130F in Kuwait and Iraq.
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    • But that's internal body temp, the temp outside doesn't match up with how hot our bodies are.
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    • When my mom lived in Phoenix, her car didn't have any AC. Normal soda cups would have their bottoms melt off, and suddenly leak everywhere. It's a hell place.
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    • Bro most of the south west is just dust and death
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    • yeah people always say that “it’s a dry heat” but monsoon season is in the middle of summer. so after a monsoon it’s 116 with 85% humidity.
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    • People in Arizona are little bitches bro. Dry heat is amazing compared to the humid heat here in the Southeast. Places like Florida and SC are absolute hell with the same temperatures as AZ but with like 90% humidity. Trust me, you've never felt real heat until you come here.
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    • Me sittin in 120 heat in California
      Dtective 29 jul
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    • Lmaooo literally gonna be 117 today in Phoenix
      Sause 30 jul
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    • I posted something just like this and I was called a retard by like everyone
      Saw_Yer 30 jul
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    • Its a dry heat. As long as you're not standing still like a dumbass, you'll be fine. Just avoid 3+ hours if you're a fake outdoors person
      moldydog 30 jul
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    • You people are weak
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    • This city should not exist. It is a testament to man’s arrogance.
      BigMorty 30 jul
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    • Phoenix meme. Arizonans rise up!
      Swifft 31 jul
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    • For reference, 95 degrees with 65 percent humidity feels like 119. In summer it is also gets way warmer and way more humid. People in the dessert are soft.
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    • I live in Arizona it was 121 today with 47 % humidity
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    • I love az, the absolute best state in the country. California tards and rich snowbirds are raping the economy here though. Last safe haven is Minnesota but fuck the frost maintenance
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    • Imagine living in arizona haha... Oh wait... Shit I do live in az
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    • Then how do we not die in saunas
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    • But we have liquid cooling called blood
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    • It was 118 yesterday felt like i was melting
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    • Blah blah dry vs humid heat eat shit all of you go overseas you get both 120+ daily with 90-100% humidity for all hours of the day suck my fat one scrubs
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    • Your body regulates heat real well. Internally you won’t get that hot, living at least
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    • What's funny, I I live in AZ, up north and tomorrow I have to go to the childrens hospital for my heart condition, it will be 116 degrees tomorrow
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    • Oh yeah, I get to work outside in that today
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    • I rather be in Arizona when its 109 than in the Mississippi when its 90 something & humid
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    • I go to Phoenix every year for Thanksgiving, thankfully it's usually cold af though.
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    • I live there. We don't do anything in the summer except sit inside and let natural selection take care of the ones who decide to try and spite god by going outside
      minemitts 30 jul
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    • The fact that you could semi-efficiently cook yourself tho
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    • Bro and people always say that hUmiDITy iS wOrsT but bitch y’all got shade there is no damn shade anywhere in Arizona, you’re straight up getting cooked until you find shelter, whereas places in the south you just sweat a bit but still very much bearable
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    • It’s hot but you get used to it I wear ocps and It feels just as hot as it was in Georgia
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    • It’s not just temperature that determines heat. There’s a thing called specific heat capacity that measures how much heat energy a certain material can hold. For example, the crust of a pizza can be relatively cool compared to the cheese and sauce despite being cooked to the same temperature...
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    • One time we had to walk to our field trip because we had no buses in summer
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    • That’s the beauty of az heat bc our sweat actually works unlike those retards with high humidity
      Arizona 30 jul
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    • Here we go again talking about how hot Phoenix is
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    • Then move out of the fuggin' desert where your literal gold-mining ancestors settled cause they couldn't keep wALKING
      havocadoo 31 jul
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    • Arizona has dry heat. Most of texas has wet heat. Wet heat is truly the worse of the two. You can handle more dry heat in a dry sauna than you are physically capable of handling in a wet sauna. You literally suffocate from the humidity, especially when the humidity is around 85-95% every single day.
      blepple 31 jul
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    • For y’all that keep saying otherwise, sweat or anything else can’t cool your body down to a temperature lower than the surrounding environment. So yeah you’d probably die after long enough in that much heat
      Mickle1 30 jul
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    • I can’t believe Arizona is fucking dead
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    • What do people in Arizona even do
      ariho 30 jul
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    • It’s so fucking terrible here
      Detached 29 jul
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    • No wonder everyone in Phoenix is brain dead ( this is a joke no hate so chill before writing a hate comment)
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    • I can’t skate because the skatepark doesn’t open til 9am and it’s already 100 degrees by then.
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    • It was 119 today in Peoria, Shits hot as
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    • This isnt true. My dad is always 108 degrees.
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    • shit
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    • That’s internal temperature. You start to get brain damage at like 105
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    • that’s internal temperature. in other words, a fever
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    • 118 today
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    • I live in Mesa! :)
      AcEs4321 31 jul
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    • qUiRkY sOuThErNeRs incoming
      Forever 30 jul
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    • So glad I was furloughed from my job because my Miata doesn’t have AC so the 40 min trip there is nothing but sweat. And doesn’t help that the car is small and old so it doesn’t have good insulation. It’s fucking hotter in my car
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    • but that is your internal cells the human body does a really good job at heat regulation. and is good at adapting to any environment. so 116 isnt gonna affect you much and your skin is just a bunch if dead cells so you dont have to worry about that too much either. at that temp though id wear sunscr
      jnknowles 30 jul
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    • Fuck humidity. Y’all bitch when people say “it’s a dry heat”. It makes a HUGE difference. I live 26 years in TX and rarely did humidity get over 40% unless you near the gulf. I’m in OH and FUCK THIS SHIT HOLE STATE
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    • Um... I’m visiting my aunt there soon... should I be worried???
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    • Your shoe soles tend to get hot as you walk around outside so if you wear vans for example then your feet will heat up fast, I was surprised while working that my feet started to feel hot like they would in a flat shoe while in my thick rubber sole work boots
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    • arizona is satan’s asshole
      bitchass1 30 jul
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    • GucciAnalBeads wanna go to arizona w me?
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    • Nah you’re good it stops at 113 :)
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    • It was so fucking hot today
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    • It’s that hot outside but your body isn’t heating that hot. Usually...
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    • it's 119 rn 🥳🥳
      sammybee 30 jul
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    • Why show 116? It’ gets to 125-130 like a few times every summer
      tac0s 30 jul
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    • people dont understand how thermodynamics work...
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    • Arizona is Satan's asshole
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    • Me sittin at 112 in florida
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    • Its hit'n 107 in the potato state rn
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    • I see workers out everyday in long sleeve shirts today
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    • I live in california about 3 and a half hours from death valley the hottest place on earth
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    • I know Arizona is hotter on average but Texas, Cali, Louisiana, New Mexico, Arkansas and Oklahoma have all reached over 120
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    • In Yuma rn, can confirm.
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    • Good thing you know how to sweat... And swim... And turn on the a/c...
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    • 116 degrees with 12% humidity. Try 105 with 80% like we Midwesterners do.
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    • Arizona has dry heat but Florida has wet heat
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    • https://ifunny.co/fun/rpExegOr7
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    • Idc what ya’ll day, 116 with dry heat is tolerable. 89 in high humidity is fucking terrible, you breathe in enough water to give you asthma and you can feel moss growing on your ass. I’d rather live in Arizona than PA
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    • I live in New Jersey and it isn’t that bad here, but I work in a kitchen that routinely reaches those numbers every day
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    • Bull shit today in Riyadh it is almost 50 and it is fine
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    • People asking for smiles but I want you fuckers to unsmile me!
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    • Meanwhile, in Death Valley - 130f
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    • So we should be fine at 114 degrees right?
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    • Yo Im an AZ native and assholes from California are ruining my beloved state. Also it’s hot as fuck shit will start to melt outside. I played basket ball outside in 115 and felt like I was gonna die but ball is life
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    • Rip
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    • 220 degree saunas where I live
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    • I have a feeling the people who've lived there for a while either have the means to deal with it or their bodies have just adjusted to deal with it
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