Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Bennymuso_il'Duce, May 8, 2015.
Give me snow 7 days a week. Everything looks more pretty in white.
spring and fall
i dont like extremes
i agree with you about the white looking good but the winter sucks for obvious reasons.
Come experience a Mid West winter, and you'll change your tune REAL quick!
Give me sunny and hot.
I never really knew true winters growing up in So.Cal., but now after living with the 4 seasons for the last 13 years, I still prefer the summer.
Winter ... too many layers
Summer ... easy access
If I were a shut in and never had to drive anywhere then winter. Since this isn't the case (yet), summer.
Anything but hot and humid. I can take the bitter cold and the heat, but humidity drains me.
San Diego is perfect, and with my money, I can afford the finest cardboard box on a really nice sidewalk in the best neighborhood.
I can take the cold without the snow, but I'm a warm weather person.
Fall is MY favorite time of year. But given a choice I pick winter..Because I live in NYC, summer is a steaming stinky taco stand.
Agreed. Give me winter.
After the last two hard winters, I say bring on global warming.
Summer, always summer.
Although I'm not sure I understand the question living in San Diego.
I hate both! Spring and fall!
I AM from the midwest, and I'll take winter over summer 100% of the time.
Truthfully, I've always said my ideal year would be 5 months of spring, then 1 month of summer (kids need to play in the sprinkler and go swimming, etc.), followed by 5 months of fall, and 1 month of winter (because I HAVE to have a white Christmas!)
If I could only have one season all year, it would be fall, hands down!
Summer. I hate the snow, it's pretty for a few hours then it's dirty and ugly the rest of the time., I hate the cold which is why I moved to south Florida.
I'm glad some people like the cold otherwise Canada and the northern US would be empty and Florida would be standing room only.
When I was younger I was always for winter but as I got older I became a spring/summer person. Longer days...warmer temps...green grass.. i love it.