Damn, it’s hot, isn’t it?

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16 Responses to Damn, it’s hot, isn’t it?

  1. Jim D says:

    This card is sorely missing an anomolous dot in the upper right marked ‘meteorologists’.

  2. Kgee says:

    I wonder what the weather man would say to this?

  3. Chanda says:

    Meteorologists or just geeks in general.

  4. Jimbalaya says:

    perhaps another axis for ‘proximity to new england’?…

  5. msiner says:

    I would have it swing back up for people like married couples who have so much in common that they run out of things to talk about.

  6. Robert K says:

    Z-axis: Odds your home is about to be wiped out by an Act of God.

  7. Andy S says:

    Horizontal line if you are British….

  8. Bret says:

    As the only guy in my group of guy-friends that cares absolutely nothing about football, baseball or any other sport, I can attest to the fact that weather is often a well worn topic during the various sports seasons.

  9. Mike says:

    There could also be a dot at the 0,0 point called ‘uneasy silence’. Been there done that.

  10. Evan Allen says:

    there could be a dot just below meteorologists and have it say either “family guy fans” or “warm out today” (warm yesterday, even warmer today…)

  11. Christian H says:

    Like most of the above, I have to say that I don’t agree.

  12. Sarah says:

    “Don’t knock the weather. If it didn’t change once in a while, nine out of ten people couldn’t start a conversation.”
    -Kin Hubbard

  13. cmrtroi says:

    X-axis could also measure serious-topic bailout.

    As when you are poised to ask someone you know well out on a date or start in on one of The Talks with your kids and pull the eject/weather card at the last second.

    Like That 70’s Show episode when Eric went with, “I love…cake.”!

  14. efdesign98 says:

    The dot in the upper right would also include farmers and ranchers. The weather is frequently the basis for many conversations among them.

  15. In the realm of social skills training, it’s the one conversation you can have with strangers that (almost) guaranteed won’t get you odd looks.

  16. Jas says:

    @Andy S

    Excuse me, but I think you’ll find British people don’t talk about weather much. Only to look out the window and say “It’s raining…again.”