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    • Yes, yes it is
      T_Marcus 14 jun
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    • Do girls also moan when they shit or is that just a guy thing?
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    • Hell yeah, where my Phoenix peeps at?
      LSDan25 15 jun
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    • Phoenix niggas unite
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    • You've never been to ASU then. The girls there make it all worth it
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    • It was 115° on Wednesday and I regret getting a car with black leather interior
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    • As a citizen of Phoenix I can tell you that it is in fact man's arrogance. We settled out here solely because of AC. Without it here there is no living.
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    • HybridD 15 jun
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    • Heck yeah it is. Shout out from Phoenix!
      AACaliber 19 jun
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    • Welcome to arizona! If you havnt been raised here you'll die from heat!
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    • Fuck. You. Arizona gang
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    • Arizona cactus gang 🌵 wya?????
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    • As an Arizonan, we just learn to live with it. Also while I have your attention, Fuck all y’all “Texas is hotter” ass bitches” we have humidity during our monsoon seasons added to our heat so y’all really be looking like mf clowns 🤡
      draibers 15 jun
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    • Phoenix niggas where you at
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    • As a person the lives in az and goes to Phoenix a lot (btw az peeps HMU?) it is exactly like that
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    • I live in phoenix and we can hit a max of over 120 degrees. Breaking our previous record every year to the point where we cook ourselves in our own cars with A/C and cook fried eggs off of the concrete walkways
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    • I live in Phoenix... :C
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    • I’ll take dry heat over humid heat any day.
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    • As lifelong AZ resident, it is indeed as warm as Bobby says it is
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    • it’s 99° rn in phx and it’s a beautiful, chilly day
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    • I can stand dry heat up to around 120 without immediately hating myself but humid heat sucks ass around 70+. Mind you I’m from AZ and am Mexican
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    • It’s to the point we don’t even notice we look like that sponge bob meme walking through fire 🤷🏽‍♂️
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    • Where are my fellow arizonans
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    • Hell yea Phoenix gang 😎
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    • Dry heat is better than humid heat imo. When it's hot and humid, you end up all sticky and sweaty.
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    • As someone who lives in Phoenix i can confirm this to be true
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    • I love living in Phoenix tho
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    • People saying “but it’s a dry heat” but Arizona gets some pretty amazing storms and it does get stupid humid as well. My brother lives there and I was like fuck all this. It was like walking into an oven and I’m from California where it also gets hot as balls especially out in the desert.
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    • I lived in Scottsdale for 55 years, in June of '92 it officially hit 122 and they wouldn't allow jets to take off.
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    • I was born and raised there and I can confirm it's as hot as the devils ass in daisy dukes
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    • Yo Ive lived in Arizona my whole life and after a while of 112°-115° the low 100's and high 90's feel great 😂
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    • It’s a dry heat
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    • As someone who lives in Phoenix, I can tell you 111 is an average summer day. *Average*. As in half the time it gets much hotter.
      Lifeless_ 15 jun
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    • I've been living in this heat my whole life yall are pussies
      Elime 15 jun
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    • It's dry heat. I prefer it over Florida heat
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    • Phoenix really ain’t that bad like yeah it’s hot but we don’t have humidity but if they’re is wind it’s not bad but when it gets around 115 or higher some places will pay they’re employees hazard pay or send them home while they get paid the rest of the day (some places not many) most places have ac
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    • This show is a thousand times better than any adult animation show on today
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    • As someone who lives in mesa where it was 112 the other day, I agree
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    • phoenix gang where yall at
      kirbygru 15 jun
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    • It keeps away the pussies who can’t handle living here
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    • Let's build a city in the desert! Why? Well, it's free real estate!
      ShawnZR1 15 jun
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    • I went to visit some friends in Arizona a while back. Got there at 3 in the morning and it was already 90 degrees Fahrenheit
      the_ally 15 jun
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    • Next fucker that says "but it's a dry heat' is gonna get a throat punch
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    • Ayyy phoenix gang
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    • Ive left my house once this sunmer and i only plan on doing it one more time..phoenix fuckin sucks man
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    • Haha 111 degrees might be hot but it's dry as fuck there. I gets alnost 100 degrees here in Florida and we have like 100% humidity.
      R3V0LTZ 18 jun
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    • The heat feels like a blow dryer to the face. Not bad especially if you like the heat. And it's true. Dry heat feels way different in comparison to humidity. Arizona is lovely. The meme is true though. Barefoot on Arizona concrete or sidewalks do feel like standing on the sun
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    • phoenix ppl rise up
      haaha 17 jun
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    • Living in arizona i agree that it should not exist
      pandaboiz 17 jun
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    • Listen. Phoenix is literally the best city I’ve ever been to
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    • Pheonix is nice. Dry heat is doable
      shatfish 16 jun
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    • Europeans don't understand why Americans use so much AC
      Redbull 16 jun
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    • 100 and dry heat is nothing compared to 85 and humid.
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    • Arizona gang
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    • Phhh that's during the preheating season it can (and does) get up to 124
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    • Lake Havasu City reached 128 degrees on June 29, 1994, the highest temperature ever recorded in Arizona.
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    • Ohhhhhhhhhh, it gets worse.
      ECHO5ECHO 15 jun
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    • It's was 112 yesterday in Phoenix and Summer had just begun
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    • In Arizona we just become one with the extreme heat
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    • If it’s below 90 it’s hoodie weather in AZ
      Real_jojo 15 jun
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    • I’m actually flying to Phoenix today! Wish me luck! I’m going to spend time with my dad who I haven’t seen in four years. 💕💕💕💕 I’m excited!
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    • It gets to more of 116-120
      Wasntme 15 jun
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    • ARIZONA GANNNNG 🤘🏻
      ASeaMoose 15 jun
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    • YYYYEEEEEEAAAAAHHHHHH ARIZONA MOTHERFUCKERS
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    • Shit, 111 is "warm", try going outside when its 122 in July during the monsoon season in AZ.
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    • arizonans complain about the heat but take every opportunity to use it to flex because it’s the only thing this fucking state has to offer
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    • Phoenix gang stand up
      Pablo23_ 14 jun
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    • ThAtS dRY hEAt thOUgh
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    • I live in Phoenix and I can confirm this
      aceus 14 jun
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    • Arizonan Gang rise up
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    • Ayyyyy Phoenix gang, shoutout
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    • I’ve been to Phoenix. Meh. Dry heat. It IS hot. But 110 with 99% humidity. That is death.
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    • It is named after a fire bird, I’m guessing that’s for a reason
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    • As an Arizonion I concur with this meme
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    • It's 120 in az rn
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    • Can confirm I'm on fire right now in Phoenix
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    • I've lived in Arizona for all 18 years of my life and I'm still not used to the god damned heat in this hellhole
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    • To those in AZ
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    • OoO, Phoenix buddies!
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    • I live in Arizona my street is made of sand and there is big ass cactus everywhere I live in the Pima county. 🌵 🌞 🌵🌞🌵🌞🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵🌞 🌵
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    • dont worry you just learn to not burn alive
      Aurento 20 jun
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    • As a Phoenician, I confirm this
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    • Everyone thinks their city is the shittiest. It's just one big pissing contest. To tell ya the truth, they all suck in their own individual way. But they're all still free and America and that's what makes this country and all her cities great. Fuck you Europe. You can eat my Red, White and Blue ass
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    • I’m from Queen Creek, AZ and it’s been in the 100s for a while now.
      Rjaedon99 18 jun
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    • I'm in Mesa, but honestly not thattt bad of you've lived here your whole life. You get used to being sweaty and gross everyday you go outside
      mvod 17 jun
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    • I just got back from Arizona and let me tell you it feels like the sun is a couple million miles closer than it feels in ohio
      Dicely13 17 jun
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    • Yuma is also hot as balls, it's like ten minutes from Mexico and it gets hotter than Phoenix
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    • I live in Tempe (city near Phoenix) and we should all be dead... Probably
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    • *Texans heavy breathing*
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    • I live in phoenix and this city should be burned to the ground
      club27 16 jun
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    • as an arizona dweller, i agree wholeheartedly.
      Sizzurp 16 jun
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    • Ah, the feeling of stepping out of your nice air conditioned house to take out the trash and a wave of heat just slaps you in the face
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    • I still wear a fucking jacket in the summer, it’s not that bad you fools
      xercer 16 jun
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    • As an arizonian this is true but still fuck you Bobby
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    • I’m laughing so hard right now cause this shit hits so hard. I live in Phoenix and this so true
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    • I live here. Even the nights are hot asf.
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