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Helps appreciate AND helps hate each one at the same time lol.I think having drastically different, but short seasons helps one appreciate each one a little more.
Haha, yep I suppose that's true. The one season I don't care for at all is spring. Spring is just sloppy, soggy, grossness here. And I agree fall is the best. I'm a polar bear, and I appreciate the drop in temperature. All my favorite summertime activities are better in the fall.Helps appreciate AND helps hate each one at the same time lol.
Winter- "can't wait for spring, it'll be warm enough to be outside"
Spring- "can't wait for summer, these bugs are driving me nuts, can't stand outside for 5 minutes without acquiring 17 itchy bites"
Summer- "alright, these bikini clad tourists ARE nice to look at.. but.. theyre taking up all the room, drive like idiots, and it's way too humid. Can't wait for fall"
Fall-... well.... shoot. Falls the best. Apparently.. Because I can't think of a single reason why I'm looking forward to winter
I DO very much enjoy the feeling of being all super warm and comfy while driving through the first few snow storms, and the "winter wonderland" landscape IS much better looking than stupid dead brown beech leaves that refuse to fall off their stupid trees... but.. the novelty wears off quick.
It doesn't take long to get stuck behind someone driving 25 mph on a 50mph road because there's literally 7 snowflakes falling from the sky.