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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    The one time I went to Los Angeles, it was January and about 70 degrees. Where I'm from, it's usually 20 degrees or below in the winter, so I was wearing t-shirts/tank tops the whole time -- but I can't count the number of dudes I saw wearing puffy coats. Like, "It's winter, and winter is for coat-wearing... THEREFORE..." And I'd just watch them passing by, with these macho poses and swaggering walks, and think to myself "There's a tough guy, bundling up in 70 degree weather."
    Now that's really funny


    Agreed -- if you're in the sun and it's 100 degrees, it's usually cooler to cover up (depending on what you're covering up with).
    Maybe. I don't really feel a difference between shorts and long trousers

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    The one time I went to Los Angeles, it was January and about 70 degrees. Where I'm from, it's usually 20 degrees or below in the winter, so I was wearing t-shirts/tank tops the whole time -- but I can't count the number of dudes I saw wearing puffy coats. Like, "It's winter, and winter is for coat-wearing... THEREFORE..." And I'd just watch them passing by, with these macho poses and swaggering walks, and think to myself "There's a tough guy, bundling up in 70 degree weather."
    Oh, lol. I live in a tropical country, and it's just the same. It's 70 degrees outside, grab your coat!

    Dunno how I'm gonna re-adapt to winter, which I sucked at in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjuro View Post
    Oh, lol. I live in a tropical country, and it's just the same. It's 70 degrees outside, grab your coat!

    Dunno how I'm gonna re-adapt to winter, which I sucked at in the first place.
    I find that regularly working out outside in winter made me adapt. I can and will happily walk around with an open coat in near 0 degree, Celsius (32 F degree for you American folks) :o

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    I find that regularly working out outside in winter made me adapt. I can and will happily walk around with an open coat in near 0 degree, Celsius (32 F degree for you American folks) :o
    I'll will myself to endure.

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