Friday, June 22, 2007

Melting...

Whew!

It’s officially too hot.

Don’t give me that shit about the humidity. I don’t give a shit about the meteorological specificity of why it feels too fucking hot.

My people call this shit heat...and this bitch thinks the heat has gone too far!

Shit.

Now, this bitch is going to have to hit the Ted Drewes.

Mmmhmm.

What?!?

Frozen custard yumminess is a sometimes food…and my sometime is now (wink).

Toodles…

9 comments:

Marjani said...

I got a Bruster's right down the street from me...my only problem with using milk products to cool off is that it in this heat it spoils on the way down.

Love your blog! Hope we can make a connect at The Cornerstone .

Marj!

--Blue Girl said...

Over here on the left side of the state, it's Sheridan's Frozen Yogurt. So fucking tasty it would be a bargain at twice the price!

And yeah, I agree whole heartedly with your "don't give me that 'it's the humidity not the heat' bullshit" because I don't give a rat's ass. I just want it to cool off to tolerable. And I'm gonna smack the next fool who gives me that line up side the head.

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Maya's Granny said...

I don't know about your humidity, but ours has been outragous this summer. It hasn't been above 60, and mostly in the high 40s and low 50s, but I find myself sweating all the time. I just hate it when it's like this.

Hattie said...

That looks too good! But you deserve it. I know how hot it gets where you live this time of year.

Hahn at Home said...

Frozen goodness is important - but, being a California transplant, I have to say, I do not miss the freakin' humidity.

Ant Annie said...

Hmmmm...I had never heard of Ted Drewes before. I see that they're only in St. Louis, and I don't know of any Pittsburgh equivalent. Darn. Bruster's maybe? Anyway...I do know heat and humidity. And if you're ever traveling to Phoenix, slap the next person who says, "But it's a dry heat." Hey, an oven at 120 is still an oven at 120, dry or wet my a** -- it's still TOO HOT!

Ant Annie in Pittsburgh

Tha L said...

OMG, I would KILL for 80 degree weather. Shit, I'll even take 90 degrees. I live in HELL, aka Las Vegas...and it's 80 degrees at 8am! Today it's a cool 100, tomorrow we're back up to 106. HELL.