23 degrees is the perfect temperature

Anywhere between 18-25 is great but 23 is the perfect temperature.

Cheers.

It felt perfect when I was walking on my lunch and I thought “i bet it’s 23 degrees” and it was

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Humidity is more pertinent than temperature imo

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Mid to high teens, otherwise I turn into a sweaty mess

Bit yewtree

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:rotating_light: :rotating_light: :rotating_light:

Yup Harru knows.

Also depends on what you’re doing. Like fuck is 23 C perfect for running in.

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I was walking

Different temperatures for different needs

Red: 18
White: 9
Sparkling: 7
Port: 19

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How was the breeze?

Top subject for armchair meteorology discussions that. I remember talking to a Nigerian bloke who reckoned that summer in Wales was more uncomfortable than the far hotter summers in Nigeria on account of the humidity.

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37 degrees is the ideal temperature …
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Not as good as the camemberts but alright I guess

Other top subject for armchair meteorology: microclimates

It’s definitely true that most hot Melbourne days are dry and breezy so they’re far easier to deal with than London at a slightly lower temp.

37.5 isn’t it?

Perfect

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I do not get this

Oh Theo

brie(s)/breeze

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