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By wet - / Saturday 23 April 2011 18:33 / United States
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A legitimate FML post if there ever was one. OP, I sincerely hope that most of your belongings weren't completely damaged beyond repair and that you can get all of the water up soon before more damage is done. FYL. FYL. FYL. FYL. FYL. FYL. And again, FYL!

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My first thought was "fuck, nobody could ever survive 90 degrees CELSIUS". Then I remembered fahrenheit. Being misinformative online is one hell of a tough habit to break. Sadly the internet is not limited to the US.

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Suck it up. We keep our house pretty much in the mid-80s from the beginning of spring till the end of fall(: And I love the cold wayy more than the heat(: but whutterya gonna do? Enjoy it! :D

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Wow, you guys dont know shit. That one magnificent snow day months ago led to a busted pipe in the two apt units above us. We live in a 3 story apartment, first floor. in short, busts pipe, we had to get the fuck out, and fast. the next day, they had stopped the water flow, cleaned up the water, 3 days of LOUD dehumidifiers. sleeping was fun. 2 weeks of reconstructing, done. I never even LIKED these apartments. Anyways. You guys wouldnt know :/ i feel your pain OP. FYL:(

A legitimate FML post if there ever was one. OP, I sincerely hope that most of your belongings weren't completely damaged beyond repair and that you can get all of the water up soon before more damage is done. FYL. FYL. FYL. FYL. FYL. FYL. And again, FYL!

Um, hate to break it to you OP, but not only is your house uncomfortably hot, it will slowly and eventually start to smell like a rotten, moldy pit. Water damage stinks. Literally and figuratively.

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It's only 90 degrees, not too bad. I'll admit that preferably it would be lower, but it's nothing to cry about. If I were OP, I would be more concerned about my furniture/belongings

You do know that the OP was probably using the fahrenheit scale, considering he is from the U.S. In the fahrenheit scale, water boils at over 200 degrees. 90 degrees celsius would just be unbearable and fatal. And you're accusing OP of not knowing biology?

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