Today I found an amusing "article" of the meaning of cold for different nationalities and things.
First of all, as there is very large nationality here in DT, take the following as a joke. I don't want to offence anyone.
The meaning of cold
Greeks put on sweaters.
Hawaiian switch the heating on (if they have it).
Americans are shaking. The Russians are planting cucumbers. 0
American’s water freezes. In Russia, the water thickens.
French cars will not start.
Estonian’s are planning a vacation to Sharm el-Sheik.
Cat climbs into bed. Norwegians put on sweaters.
New York landlords turn the heat up. The Russians last picnic.
American cars don’t start. In Alaska, people put T-shirts on. -25
German cars don’t start. Hawaiian people have died out. -30
Politicians begin to talk about homeless. Cat walks up into your pajamas.
Too cold to think about. Japanese cars will not start
You are planning a two-week bath. Swedish cars don’t start.
Traffic in Europe ceases. Russians eat ice cream in the park.
Greeks are dead. Politicians will do something for the homeless.
Eye lashes freeze, as blinked. Bathroom windows closed in Alaska. -60
Polar bears migrate to south. -70
The hell froze up inside. -73
Scoutsbattalion evacuates Santa Claus in Finland.
Lawyers put their hands in their pockets. -114
Alcohol freezes. Russians are mournful.