Even when it's cold it's warm relative to places even colder, so any place is always warm and cold at the same time (unless at Absolute Zero). But I am always a pedant.
It would have to be much colder before the Inuit would say, "Ikkiertuk!" (My feet are cold)
Looks too cold to me!
The world is a place of balance and opposites ;-)
When you tread on snow, does it make a sort of squidgy, squeaking sound? I seem to remember it does but I'm not sure if it's just my imagination. :)
Oh, and I liked the Japanese palindrome link too.
If pedantry had not existed you would have invented it, my dear Don, wouldn't you? :)Well, Claude, I am no Innuit. My feet spoke: Fucking cold, Sean.And the winter has only begun, Jams.CherryPie,now, that's a statement we could philosophise about during the season of commerce.Ashley,squidgy and squeaking it sounds around 0°C.Creaky and crunchy it sounds the colder it gets. And the drier the air. And that's the sound my ears prefer. :)