1.) They say "it's a dry heat" as a defense mechanism
Yes, it's true, there generally isn't much humidity to speak of in Phoenix, but people use the phrase "it's a dry heat" very defensively. Don't complain about it being 120 degrees outside, because someone's bound to bark back, "BUT IT'S A DRY HEAT
," as if you'll no longer be hot due to this revelation.
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