How hot is it? It's SO hot that ...

… the cows are giving evaporated milk and the chickens are laying hard-boiled eggs.

It’s so hot the cactus is wilting and the devil is looking for a shady spot.

It’s so hot people are wearing their iced tea instead of drinking it.

Inspired by this thread and this thread and this thread and this thread and my weather forecast. It was 103 °F yesterday, 105 °F today and more of the same forecast until the end of the week. It’s starting to feel like July in Texas around here. :cool:

So, How Hot Is It where you are?

Well, when I was out at the dressage stables where I work feeding this evening at 5pm, it was 106 in the barn. It was measurably hotter outside.

I set down a cup of hot coffee, and it left a sweat-ring on the table.

The heat’s not so bad; I’m used to 100+. It’s the fact that’s it’s 55% humidity in my house right now. The swamp cooler, it does nothing!

It’s so hot that Charlize Theron is only warm…

It’s so hot that I can fry eggs on my computer case.

It’s so humid that the mosquitoes are starting to evolve fins.

It’s so hot the trees are whistlin’ for the dogs…

It’s so hot that I might take one of my souwesters off.

It’s so hot, I saw a dog chasing a cat, and they were both walking.

It’s so hot that Bill crawled into bed with Hillary just for the chill. (Leno)

It’s so hot, I saw a dog chasing a cat and they were both on fire.

It’s so hot, I saw a racoon boiling a robin in a birdbath.

I’m looking for a couple of witches with brass bras…

Time to dig that well, too.

It’s so hot, the weather has a date every night this week.

It was so hot that a field of corn started to pop. The popped corn fell onto a moron who was walking by, and he was so stupid he thought it was snowing and lay down and froze to death.

Its so hot that mosquitos are bursting into flame without the help of bug-zappers…

It’s SO HOT, your mom is actually starting to lose weight.

Its so hot that the newest drink fad is liquid nitrogen with an ice cube enema chaser.

It’s so hot that physicists are observing new subatomic particles without the benefit of an accelerator.