Hello my good friends, long time no review.
I type this in my air conditioned house fearing the outside heat of 113 degrees. Death Valley, the hottest place on record, is only 5 degrees warmer. I have never been to Death Valley nor would I ever wish to go there, but to me that is not the hottest place on Earth.
Thethree hottest places are:
The football field at graduation. I have yet to graduate, but at my eighth grade promotion practice, half of the girls got new dresses to hide their sun burns. Truly nothing is worse than waiting through all those speeches, and then all those names before you realize it's only been an hour and the caller is only at the "B" names.
The Santa Anita Mall parking lot after you have spent a couple hours in the cool Nordstrom air. Maybe you got in a heated argument with your mom about how much you REALLY need that shirt. Then you walk outside to find your car in the rows and rows of cars.
On that note, your car after it's in the sun. Everything about the car is hot, the seat (even if they aren't leather), the seat belt, and even the AC. It hasn't had time to cool down, so you turn it on and feels like a flamethrower.
I wish I were back in Maui. The hottest it ever got was 80, and I always had an ocean to jump into. Sometimes I take my body spray that I've had since the 5th grade (when everyone was obsessed with Bath and Body Works) and pretend it's the cool breeze of the Maui ocean. It's not the same.
Creaminess- 3/5 it was so dense
Softness- 4/5 light and soft on top, but hard on the bottom
Saltiness-4/5 pretty much tasted like butter but with a hint of salt
Let me know how you avoid the heat in the comments :))
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Quote of the Month
"We love our bread, we love our butter, but most of all we love each other"- Madeline