The following occured to me today while I was riding my bike and it was hot, and I thought about Christmas.

In the northern hemisphere, Christmas is cold and it snows (except if you live in the south USA. Sigh. still gets pretty cold though.) But in Australia, Christmas is in like... hot.

If you live in Australia, is that really weird? That Christmas is during your summertime? And December is your hot month while June is your cold month? Isn't that like, really, really weird?

It would sure whack me out every time I went outside.

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