15 August 2011

Are you hot or cool?

This isn't about the UK's changing weather. Although it's true that this 'summer' has so far been very changeable; we have had rain, wind, hot, cold, humidity, damp... etc.
No, this post is about a question I have been asking friends:
Would you rather be described as 'hot' or 'cool'?
Discuss.
Top: Stoke Newington, Stroud Green, Hampstead, Bloomsbury
Bottom: Southwark, Battersea, Smithfield, Barnsbury

7 comments:

  1. Hot......obviously! Although I think that luke warm is closer to the mark :-)

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  2. I don't think I could manage either! Although I just did a very good 'hot and flustered' after running for the bus, but I don't think that's quite what you mean...

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  3. I'm so cool people think I'm hot. Yes and seriously. (:

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  4. I'm obviously not into these sorts of terms, and don't like to define in either way.

    Actually, that's bollocks. I'm cool and hot.

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  5. Ah, re the first part of your comment.... that's because you are too cool to care

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  6. LOVE YOUR BLOG!
    I love london, so your blog is perfect for me!!
    Nice to meet you!
    xxx

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  7. Oh cool definitely. Coolness lasts - hotness is merely transitory.
    Said from the heart of an old bird xx

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