Britain’s mind blown by sunny-but-cold paradox
BRITONS are struggling to comprehend how it can be sunny but freezing f**king cold.
Nathan Muir of Warrington has spent the morning alternately staring out of the window then heading outside only to return with a baffled expression, shaking his head.
He said: “It’s sunny. I can see it’s sunny. And sunlight’s warm.
“But when I go out there in a T-shirt it’s absolutely freezing, not matter how much I tell myself it isn’t. I’m beginning to think I’m going mad.
“Look at it, there isn’t a cloud in the sky. It’s a gorgeous day. It’s blazing down. But somehow, despite that, the actual temperature is verifiably low.
“Everything I’ve ever known is wrong. And people are acting like it’s normal.”
Following a conversation with a friend, Muir then sat with his head in his hands for several minutes as he attempted to make sense of their claim that it rains a lot in very hot countries.