How do you define "cold"?

Seeing as how we all live in different parts of the world, I got to wondering how y'all define "cold" and "hot", and when it is. Down here in mid-Georgia, hot is around 85-90 degrees and up, starting in late March to early April, and lasting until mid October. Cold starts at around 50-45 degrees (though I can go with shorts and a T-shirt in 20s) and those temperatures start about mid-November until early February. Anytime in-between is the perfect mellow temperatures. Just curious. Thanks!

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Goodhart9 years ago
Like this (note the thermostat):
Here is a good trick to make the difference between "too cold" and "too hot" :

Too cold : it's when your scrotum is too compact.
Too hot : it's when your scrotum is too long.

Ha, a great way!
Mr Tenacious10 years ago
If when you breathe out it looks like your smoking,. but actually its condensation, but really i like cooler weather, especially snow and ice. Ps i like winter sports like skiing etc.
Goodhart10 years ago
I personally do not define cold. I am comfortable into the winter, wearing short sleeved pullover shirts (occasionally a light jacket or windbreaker), until the snow gets deeper then the bottom of my sneakers. Then it is time to put on more than a light jacket and move to the coat (I hate matter how cold it is outside, they make me sweet so much).
Goodhart Goodhart10 years ago


no no, they don't make me SWEET !

They make me SWEAT !
Goodhart Goodhart10 years ago
Hot is any temperature above cold LOL
chaoscampbell10 years ago
I live in Windsor Ontario Canada......what some would call the banana belt for our warm summers. but with it comes col cold windy winters. about the end of october the temp starts to make its steady decline..... it can drop to about -20 c or -4 f and when you add the wind chill (for those who arn't familiar with the term wind chill, its how cold it feels when the wind is blowing) down to -30 c or -22 f but when summer comes around we get tempuratures up to 45 c or 113 f and humidity that will quite literally take your breath away Welcome to Canada, Eh? just a fun fact for all you yanks out there. I live in canada and if I go North I end up in Michigan. because of the kind of peninsula of southwestren ontario it kind of wraps itself around michigan making us more southern then michigan.
Lftndbt10 years ago
I felt "cold" at around 15c when in Australia... But after spending substanial time in New Zealand's South island.. I could very comfortably stand outside at 1am in -5C on iced over slate/grass in only bare feet and boxer shorts... And feel warm.... Possibly a variable state of mind depending relative circumstances.... (I was out there calling my girlfriend over sea's....kid's asleep inside.... for those of you wondering why I would be standing outside, in boxer's at that time... )
jessyratfink10 years ago
55 degrees and below. I am a wimp.
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