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FridayQ: Temperature

It’s a day late, but then I wasn’t really at a computer much yesterday. Suffice to say, I have one hell of a hangover this morning and a wallet that is nearly £20 lighter. Anyway…

FQ1: What’s the coldest you’ve ever been and where was that?

I was pretty chilly about two years ago in halls when the heating broke down in November. Bradford is cold in November, especially at night, and if it weren’t for my thick duvet and fleece blanket I may well have frozen in bed at times.

FQ2: What’s the warmest you’ve ever been and where was that?

Probably on holiday in France a few years ago – it was a very warm, sunny day and I nearly fainted with dehydration.

FQ3: If you had to choose, would you rather be too warm or too cold?

Don’t know really. If it’s too hot then it probably means it’s summer and therefore nice weather, but if it’s too cold, it’s probably winter which could mean snow and therefore snowmen, snowballs, sledging and various other snow-related merriment.

FQ Ego: What’s a moment you were at your coolest? Your hottest?

I’m not particularly cool or hot so I wouldn’t go so far as to say there was a time when I was especially cool or hot.

2 Comments

  1. I think your blog is cool. You should give yourself some cool points for that! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Too cold is always way better than too hot. If it’s too hot it’s very hard to cool down, whereas if it’s too cold you just put on more clothes or whatever!