Practical tips for living in the (sub)tropics


#112

Well, it sure is if you’re a gecko.


#113

Ya. Great for armpits too!


#114

Ve know vy else you vill be mocked!


#115

:eek:

Well, if you’re going to do that, make sure you have no cuts or open sores on your feet. Otherwise you would need to wear, um, foot gloves, which arguably would defeat the purpose.

Or just abstain. :innocent: :rainbow:


#116

Urine is sterile.
If you’re going to make this planet your new home, you should really brush up on the indigenous fauna’s physiology. :no_no:


#117

The key word is in bold, Rocky. Or was it just a Freudian slip?


#118

That’s an awful long walk just to find out the store only has Taiwan beer, man.


#119

I came late to the thread. :idunno:

Anyway, here’s a Tropical Tip of the Day:

When you start thinking it’s too hot, remember how cold it is elsewhere on the planet.


#120

Good post!

I always try to remind myself of how much I hated Toronto winters.


#121

It is 17 degrees in the ol country. Or what indoor AC blast on full feels.

It is already snowing in Hokkaido. Poor people after the quake, living in shelters… and get a cold wave.


#122