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featherpencil January 7th, 2017, 1:25 am
hey~ have some stupid comics cos the weather is back to sunny like !@#$ again~

also, if you wanna, check out this paintover thingy i made of Danial (pretty sensual, so..disclaimer there)
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bblue January 7th, 2017, 1:36 am
me too daniel
humid weather should stay in hell where it belongs
featherpencil January 7th, 2017, 2:00 am
@bblue: i can stand the scorching sun, i can walk through the blaze of fire, but humidity...humidity can go ...somewhere tht makes it happy
kwippo January 7th, 2017, 8:58 am
Humidity and Heat, my two long nemeses. People always say: "Well, if it wasn't so humid it would be bearable". And I'm like - true, humidity is Satan, but I don't think 40 degrees in the shadow is exactly "bearable".
featherpencil January 9th, 2017, 1:12 am
@kwippo: i've only travelled to southeast asian countries, so i have no idea what low humidity feels like-all i know from what my friends tell me is that its way more bearable hhhhh
kwippo January 9th, 2017, 5:40 pm
@featherpencil: Oh, I can talk a lot about the weather, it's one of my favorite topics to talk about. Basically, I live in a place that is considered to have a Mediterranean weather where most people reside. Which means, we have a long dry summer (no rains) and a short winter with some rain (TT winter, please stay forever). Basically, winter is bliss in here, while summer is hell. Specifically, since my country resides near the Mediterranean sea, it is also humid - especially near the shore (where most of the cities are). I would say that summer is around May-October, while winter is around December-January. And yeah, it gets really really humid and hot during summer. Especially during July. Ugh. I would compare humidity's heat as being inside an oven or a sauna.

However, the majority of the country's area isn't actually in the Mediterranean weather, it is mostly in the Bsh weather, which is the semi-arid weather, which means it is half Mediterranean weather and half desert weather. However, that's not where the majority of the population resides. The problem with global warming is that there's "desertation" of the weather in junctions with deserts.
Another climate in here, is the Bwh weather, which is the hot-desert weather. Which means a very hot and dry weather (nearly no precipitation). Basically - a desert: Hot days with cold nights. The "souther" one goes in the country, the more desert-ish the weather becomes.
However, one positive aspect to a Bwh climate, is that it is not humid. So, the temperatures are high, but the air is not humid.
I would say the heat from that weather feels more like burning. You are simply burned.

So which is worse? Well, that really depends. On one hand, 38 C with high humidity is really unbearable, while on the other, 45 C with no humidity is also difficult.
I would have to say that a desert weather, for me, is worse. But that really depends.
I had annual trips with my school during summer with both weathers, and I honestly cannot choose which was worse.

I visited certain places with hot weathers outside the country, like, Malta, Cyprus, the Islands of Greece (Greece's mainland is not as hot as Israel, but it's still hot), Turkey (not really that hot), Los Angeles (I would say it's like Tel-Aviv, but a little bit "colder". really tiny bit though), but the hottest of them all was Las Vegas. IT WAS HELL IN LAS VEGAS!
featherpencil January 9th, 2017, 11:02 pm
@kwippo: oh god, i usually prefer warm weather because im numb when it's cold (like, i can't even move in 19 C air cond room) (bye canada, my forever distant dream) -- but whatever you've just said sounds horrible as well. i think the hottest i've been to is Kuala Lumpur (and i've been to Cambodia during a drought season), mainly because the building structure is so horrible and everyone there is smoking (nothing against smoking, just tht its hotter when everyone smokes) .. i heard the desert weather is crazy cold during the nights though - i've also had customers from LA saying singapore is super hot though - the highest this country has been is 35 C, i think. it sounds minor compared to what you've said ahhahaaha (i've always thought Tel Aviv is pretty cold)