How Hot Is It When It's "Hot As Balls"? Or Cold as Balls?

posted by Aaron Zytle - 

You've probably heard someone call the weather "hot as balls."  I mean, not necessarily today, but during the summer.  You've also heard things like "cold as hell," "hot as [eff]," and many more. 

Well . . . there's a web developer in D.C. named Jim Webb who decided to figure out what actual temperatures make people bust out those sayings. 

So he wrote some code that pulled about 5,400 tweets from the past six months that used one of those phrases . . . and the temperature in the location at the time.  And here are his results . . . 

1.  "Hot as hell," "Hot as [eff]," and "Hot as [sh**]" . . . an average of 86 degrees 

2.  "Hot as balls" . . . 84 degrees. 

3.  "Hot as heck" . . . 78 degrees.  Tamer language equals milder weather? 

4.  "Cold as hell" . . . 48 degrees. 

5.  "Cold as [eff]" . . . 41 degrees. 

6.  "Cold as balls" . . . 37 degrees. 

7.  "Colder than a witch's [teat]" . . . 25 degrees.  

(Mashable)

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