By seared well done - 21/8/2021 04:01

It's the new craze!

Today, I had to physically force my nephew to change his clothes after he tried to go out in long black jeans, a long-sleeved black shirt and a heavy black hoodie. It’s currently 106°F where we live. Apparently, heatstroke is the new trend, as several of his classmates are dressing the same way. FML
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By  raven_of_azarath  |  34

As long as they aren’t staying outside, that outfit shouldn’t be a problem. I’ve lived in south Texas the majority of my life, and I dressed like that in high school (and still would if it were acceptable for someone my age). I never got heatstroke. In fact, the only real issues with that outfit are the color and the hoodie. It’s highly suggested that when outside in 90 or higher for long periods of time, you wear long sleeves and long pants because the clothes block UV rays and keep you cooler in the long run.

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By  raven_of_azarath  |  34

As long as they aren’t staying outside, that outfit shouldn’t be a problem. I’ve lived in south Texas the majority of my life, and I dressed like that in high school (and still would if it were acceptable for someone my age). I never got heatstroke. In fact, the only real issues with that outfit are the color and the hoodie. It’s highly suggested that when outside in 90 or higher for long periods of time, you wear long sleeves and long pants because the clothes block UV rays and keep you cooler in the long run.