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Is Laying by a Pool in 92 Degrees Your Idea of Pleasure?

Asked by GrumpyGram (822points) May 26th, 2010

Let’s say it’s 92 degrees with 65% humidity. Would you be up for sunbathing in those conditions? Not at the ocean but by a pool.

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Blackberry's avatar

Not right in the sun, but after a swim having some drinks under an umbrella or awning, yes that does sound extremely pleasurable.

silverfly's avatar

I agree. We get 102 degree weather here in TX. You HAVE to be by a pool. :)

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

I wouldn’t have a problem doing that,but chances are I’d be in the pool via a spectacular cannonball.;)

bob_'s avatar

No, my idea of pleasure is related to… wait, how old are you?

chyna's avatar

Yes, that would be my idea of pleasure. With a strawberry margarita in my hand.
@bob_ Please.. let us know what is your idea of pleasure? :-)

tinyfaery's avatar

Too hot. Too much sun. No way.

Seaofclouds's avatar

I hate sunbathing, so it’s definitely not my idea of pleasure. I’d rather be sitting in the shade in a comfortable chair with a book in my hands.

Ltryptophan's avatar

Do you mean 92 degrees on the protractor…

Michael_Huntington's avatar

No
I would get in the pool

Neizvestnaya's avatar

I’m not up for sunbathing in any weather, getting burned, dryed and crackling textured skin isn’t at all attractive to me.

Disc2021's avatar

Correction I’d probably be in the pool.

tedibear's avatar

No. 92 is too darn hot to be outside in any humidity! I would have to be completely submerged in the pool to tolerate that heat. Now 75, laying by the pool or on the deck reading a book would be lovely.

downtide's avatar

I would be in the pool but generally speaking I wouldn’t choose a typical “sunbathing” type holiday in the first place. I would be bored within an hour.

GrumpyGram's avatar

When family members come over for Memorial Day to swim I guess it’s hard to avoid ? We’ll just go in the morning. Hope I live through it.

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