I can only laugh when my friend EJ's friends from Mass visit in the summer, and whine and cry because it's 102 degrees from 9 in the morning until after midnight, and they're totally dehydrated and sunburned and crying for their mommies. And it's going to be 108 degrees the next day, and the day after, and the day after. And they didn't rent a car with air conditioning but are riding bikes with EJ to get the "authentic Austin experience." So when we spend 3 hours standing in line at Franklin BBQ and this one dude passes out from heat exhaustion at 11 am on a Tuesday, it's actually kind of funny.
Fair is fair.
Not trollin'. Just provoking.