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kenyahammer 7:23 Sun Mar 19
Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Mrs KH is African and we have a five year old daughter. Here the climate is very warm usually 30 degrees or so and in cold season drops to 15 degrees or so. In the cold season locals complain bitterly about the cold. For me it is never cold I wear t shirts and shorts daily.

When Mrs KH puts sweaters etc on our daughter [who was born here} in the "cold season" she whips them off asap complaining she is too hot. Do children get their perception of whats hot and cold climate wise from one parent or the other or from the ancestors genes even or does it depend on where the child is born, that detremines what she sees as warm or chilly? And it is not a case of "Oh Daddy is only wearing a t shirt and shorts,why cant I, she is genuinely too hot.

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Saul Bollox 12:43 Mon Mar 20
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
OK then does your wife have big buttocks?

Does your housegirl have big buttocks?

Nurse Ratched 4:49 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Zoltan would have a house model.




And under a different username might be up to his usual bullshitting tricks, trying to give the impression he is a pro-Eu music and tech mogal. Maybe.

Saul Bollox 4:46 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Housegirl?

You're not Zoltan are you?

joe royal 4:09 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Slightly different answers but I tend to wear shorts at work unless really cold , my sister is always complaining she is cold unless it is in the 90s. Rare to be that hot in uk.

gph 1:19 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Probably what people get used to, is my guess.

How they get used to it is another question.

Your daughter's probably got "cold"-tolerant (or, in my terms, "pleasantly warm"-tolerant) relative to her Mum by emulating you and not overdressing..

Did Mrs KH's Mum make her wrap up warm when she was a kid?

Browno22 1:05 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Where do I put my bank details in?

Coffee 1:05 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Which junction are you referring to?

Nurse Ratched 12:59 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Infidel doesn't thank people who let him out at junctions.

kenyahammer 12:55 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Cheers Infidel for that, made me laugh . In truth the purpose of this post was to {a} solve a domestic arguement and {b} see if those in the know could answer my question from a medical/scientific viewpoint as in do children inherit from one parent or the other there perspective of climate.

One all, funnily enough we find it more efficient here for the housegirl to get the water from the taps, no seasonal risks here like the pipes freezing up, bit on the warm side for a run mate but Ill have a dip in the pool before the footie starts.

TTFN

BRANDED 12:17 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
There's no such thing as bad weather. Just bad clothing.

Coffee 12:05 Sun Mar 19
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OneAll 9:25 Sun Mar 19

Bit of a cunt, aren't you?

goose 11:55 Sun Mar 19
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Tusker

goose 11:54 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Don't let it bother you Kenya, relax and have a bottle of Tuska.

Infidel 11:38 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
kenya

The correct answer to the question:

"Do children get their perception of whats hot and cold climate wise from one parent or the other or from the ancestors genes?"

Is: "why would anyone care?"

Whilst gazing lovingly at your offspring please feel free to resist the temptation to take to social media or message boards and share your joy with the rest of us.

Children are not remotely interesting other than to their own parents, an even then not always.

OneAll 9:25 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
fuck off and go for a run you mug and tell your missus too give me some peas before she carries that water on her head

Westham67 8:01 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Someone I know put a thread on Face book about the great weather 17 degrees, I told her my air-con doesnt go that low

fraser 7:55 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
My 15 yr old has been known to go out in a heavy sweat shirt, when it's 'only 27c" his words

Westham67 7:49 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
Coffee 7:27 Sun Mar 19

See the Thais balaclaved up when it hits 20 C

kenyahammer 7:38 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
HR Yes when it rains here it chucks it down no drizzle here, you have probably twenty seconds before the point of no return which is deciding whether to shelter or just get so totally wet that it does not matter

Coffee 7:36 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
:-)

Hermit Road 7:32 Sun Mar 19
Re: Question re a childs perception of climate and temperature
When it rains, do Kenyans/Indians/Kenyan-Indians get wetter than Europeans?

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