I'm sure everyone who posts here has heard it. Lately here the question has been coming up a lot more than usual, with morning temps hovering in the 5 degree F mark, along with icy roads.
It's strange to me that no matter how many times I explain that it's not as bad as you think- along with discussing proper gear and attire, that people don't get it. If they understand but don't agree it's fine... different strokes and all...
But when the same people hit you with the question time and again? One guy at my place of work is almost comical in his questioning. Notable quotes: "Why do you DO that?" and just yesterday, "Dude, your LUNGS will freeze!"
To the above I explained about Winter sports in general, and that I don't think anyone has suffered a case of frozen lungs during the Winter Olympics... or during really cold football games. This seems to have satisfied him for now!
So I was just wondering about other posters' attitudes towards "The Question"? Does it get under your skin after the umpteenth time? Or are you able to approach it with a good sense of humor?