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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Byokugen, Aug 4, 2017.
Something to cool you guys :-)
It's s 48°C here( >9000°F )
It was blazin yesterday, not so sure about today
I shouldn't complain with my 30°C in house
I never tasted yellow water melon.
Why is that Watermelon yellow? It looks like an actual Melon and not a Watermelon.
Sure it is some weird Watermelon variety I don't know, and now I just wanna try it.
Never had a yellow watermelon but they're supposed to be awesome...
I can't even comprehend that. I would not, for all the money in the world, ever leave my goddamn house. I assume you'd just die anyway if you did. Wtf.
When I was at school we used to be allowed to go home if it got to 40.
That's a cool melon.
Over 80 Degrees F here in new york. Sleeping is uncomfortable without cooling system.
Yellow Watermelon is quite old and rare species of melons here in Serbia. They taste really sweet and I love them. Hadn't had one for like 20 years.
It's really hot, during the nights it's around 35°c and it's been like this for a week. Some major ponds are dried, crops are burnt.... I was almost a month in the Land Down Under, and came back home to this hellish weather
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I can send you some seeds if you wanna grow it
I think you meant 38c, 48c is a temperature normally found in the desert in the Middle East or in the Sahara, both on a hot day.
Idk where you are in Serbia but the forecast doesn't show temps above 40.
Edit: about those seeds, me bf is interested in them.
Need postage costs returned?
wow are you telling me in serbia it gets that hot ..??
and watermelons are YUM !
i love both melon/watermelon.
and holy cow, i looked more closely now .. is that a YELLOW watermelon ?? xD i never knew that yellow ones even existed.. do they taste same as the red ones? we only have red watermelons.
fruits and veggies are life.
I will take a pick of my thermometer in the yard. Just let me know where are you from
Yeh, direct sunlight heats everything, then it's quite understandable haha.
Accurate temperature measurements are taken in the shade at 1.5m height iirc.
Fun fact, a ground temp of 93.9c was recorded in Furnace Creek once, in direct sunlight.
Highest temp ever was 54c iirc in Death Valley.
I'll pm you the details, just mention what you want in return for it, if anything~
Sure, I remember throwing water over the asphalt back in my old city, and the water evaporated almost instantly.
Anyway, I am still alive. The asphalt might have well over 80ºC, but the air temperature was more like 50ºC.
Fucking asphalt, it gets too hot.
I've eaten yellow sno- ehm, watermelons I mean.. *cough*
Yeah, yellow watermelons. I didn't think it tasted any different to regular red ones, but it may very well be depending on the fruit itself. Some are just tastier than others
Speaking of weather, this summer has been awful here. There have been a few days of warm weather, but nothing NEAR a real summer.
Same here in the Uk. Why did I not stay in Italy it's around 30 degrees
Yeah, we've had a real shitty summer x_x
Share some of that heat bois pls
this thing got yellow
I want some too, it's about 5 degrees here
Same, I've had it a few times, and I don't see how it's different to regular watermelon.
Same goes for yellow kiwis really.
Both taste the same as their more common counterparts, but I find the yellow color looks less pretty/appealing than the standard red (or green for kiwis) so I prefer the standard color.
I think yellow kiwis does have a slightly different taste. A little softer texture and tastes a bit sweeter and more like an over ripe regular kiwi. The green ones are lovely, the yellow ones not so much IMO.
EDIT: Seems like my observations were on point with this blog at least