For individuals such as myself who prefer all things winter, summer can be a distressing, uncomfortable time—especially when 100-degree weather decides to blanket itself upon the city. Insects come out of hiding, your sweat game is stronger than usual and worst of all, it’s no longer leather-jacket season, which is obviously the best season of all.
Below are the struggles of dealing with the summer heat, as told by The Princess Diaries.
*Cue “Miracles Happen” by Myra.
When you try to play off how strong your sweat game truly is:
I’m not sweating, I’m glistening.
When you experience a brief, windy breeze that offers a 0.2-second respite from the heat:
When you’re forced to leave your air-conditioned house to run errands:
When you see the sum total of your air condition/electric bill:
When you experience mood swings from the discomfort of the heat:
When you take that first sip of an iced, cold beverage:
When your diet consists of ice cream, ice cream and more ice cream:
When people try to shame you for your all-ice cream diet:
Eleanor Roosevelt would not have condoned the shaming.
When you need to bolt through the heat from your car into a building:
When you see people rocking cute summer outfits, all while the heat drains you of the energy to put on pants:
Teach me your ways, please.
When the humidity takes a terrible toll on your hair:
What are some of the struggles you face during the summer heat? Are you, too, a winter person? And are you also obsessed with the flawlessness that is the film The Princess Diaries? Share with us using the hashtag #CampusCropChat on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, and be sure to follow us on Snapchat @ASICPP.