I don’t think people realize how hot some states are climbing this summer. For example, Arizona is practically at its own boiling point.
— Joshua Williams (@joshrwms87) June 11, 2017
Temperatures as high as 122 degrees are being reached in some parts of the country, and weather reporters around the state are telling people to stay inside, stay hydrated, and not go outside if at all possible. People are calling in from work, being sent him early due to confined spaces causing heat-induced blackouts, and some businesses are shuttering their doors altogether to ride out the heat wave immersed in a tub full of ice.
But, when is “hot” too hot? Where is the breaking point where people say “screw it” and lock themselves inside with no care in the world as to their boss, their job, or their social life?
If Your Roads Signs Are Melting…
Arizona is so hot our signs are melting pic.twitter.com/8o33SL4bPI
— Isaac (@__isaaccc) June 11, 2017
If Your Car Is Baking Cookies…
"arizona isn't that hot"
— antonihoe (@confuzzledteen3) June 23, 2017
If A Cactus Can’t Deal…
— Peter Corbett (@PeterCorbett1) June 23, 2017
Or If This Is How You’re Cooking Breakfast…
You already know whats going on in Arizona pic.twitter.com/Pztyd03Vx3
— ⚄ ᵣᵢcₐᵣdₒ ⚁ (@Finessegawd3000) June 20, 2017
If Water Is Boiling On Concrete…
It's hot in arizona pic.twitter.com/YbGhVwnfTt
— Interesting as fuck! (@thecliquegg) June 27, 2017
And Dumpsters Are At Risk Of Starting Their Own Fires…
— Mike Hudema (@MikeHudema) June 29, 2017
And Claims Of Wood Chips Spontaneously Combusting ACTUALLY Exist!?
Arizona so hot the wood chips at the park caught on fire outta no where pic.twitter.com/W7o6908lNj
— King Boom $avvy (@Dariusmorgan20) June 27, 2017
THEN IT IS TOO DAMN HOT!
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