Friday, June 25, 2010

Does anyone have a meat thermometer?

In summer, the sweat drips and pours
As humidity smothers my pores
I crave a cold ice laden drink
While my armpits have started to stink
And other parts cry out for soap
But for now they will just have to cope
Until I'm done typing my post
And letting my innards sizzle and roast

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11 comments:

g-man said...

So it's hot and muggy where you live?
In this part of Michigan it's cool and perfect!!.....NOT!!!!!
Excellent 55 Janna...To the point of making me sick!
Very descriptive...Very!
You are like a Fedders 5000 BTU Air Conditioner happily purring in your bedroom window, while the rest of your house is like the Mojave Desert!!
Have a Kick Ass Week-End...G

Janna said...

g-man: There's been more humidity here than inside a pro-wrestler's spandex shorts.
Acccghh.

steveroni said...

Youse guys do not know what humidity IS! Until you've LIVED...........

in Naples, FL
Good "55", I really LOVE these things

For mine, GO HERE

Changnoi said...

I know the feeling - 100+ most days here, even in the rain.

Stan Ski said...

I'ts so hot and humid here, you could die of thirst or drown just breathing the air.

Mama Zen said...

Oh, same here!

Monkey Man said...

Folks in my part of the world complain about humidity and they have no idea. Once summer actually starts, it's God's country. Thanks for visiting my 55.

nonamedufus said...

Sounds like it's time to stick a fork in you and turn you over!

PattiKen said...

Ouch. Are you done yet? Don't cook too long, or you might get tough and stringy.

Alice Audrey said...

What gets to me is when I'm fresh out of the shower and sit down only to start sweating immediately.

Mine is here.

Janna said...

Steveroni: Note to self: Never move to Florida.

Changnoi: Accgghh!!

StanSki: Gaaahhhhckkk!

MamaZen: This is why I hate summer!

MonkeyMan: My version of "God's Country" is a place that never gets over 70 degrees. Ever. And usually hovers in the 50's and 60's. Now THAT would be divine. :)

nonamedufus: Yes, I definitely want to brown evenly...

PattiKen: I think I passed the "tough and stringy" point last Thursday.

AliceAudrey: Exactly! I know the feeling!