Originally posted by Dowadudda I just heard about a guy who will drink hot water during the heat of the day so his system don't get shocked.
My wife is from Barbados and tells me that the outside workers that would come to the door for water only wanted tap water, no ice or refrigerated water, for the same reason. They say it can give you serious cramps.
Me? I like cold water too much.
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If I'm seriously thirsty I want cool tap water, I can chug it much faster than cold water (aka brain freeze). For sippin though cold water is my favorite.
I might have the A/C on in the truck, but the window down, or the A/C not all the way cool. If I do the hot to cold thing too much it'll kill me. My sinus's start going nuts, I get dizzy, run down and unable to think clearly. Between calls if I just get warm, not hot over and over I'm good all day.
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