At 1/1/13 03:25 AM, Back-From-Purgatory wrote:
In -30 to -40 maybe... anything above that is child's play.
I beg to differ. A majority of the human race would argue against such a bold statement.
Seriously though... it's funny seeing everyone's definition of cold/warm weather when you come from different areas of the world. My boss, for example, is from the middle east, he's wearing a toque and a heavy sweater inside the building when it's -10 out, and I'll be taking off as much as is legal in public cause I'm too hot... I was born and raised here.
Er...your boss is a bit insane. I just wear a T-shirt with a thin jacket in such conditions.
Hell, I prefer cold weather, because you can layer up to keep warm. When it's too hot, you can only go so far without getting arrested.
But I prefer hot weather, mainly because I can turn on the air conditioner and achieve perfect temperature (22 Celsius for me). I've been raised in the Netherlands, Aruba and now China for 5 years (all of them, 5 exact years) thus giving me a rather average resistance to both heat and cold.
When I wake up in the early morning, it'll always feel like it's 0 C when it's actually 20 C. It's awful. It's the primary reason why I hate winter...
Since you have strong cold resistance, I'm assuming you don't have much heat resistence. Can you even stand 35 C with dry climates?