7 a.m. - You take that first barefoot step out of bed onto the cold, hard, tiles / floorboards in the morning. Your body aches.
7:10 a.m. - You spend 10 minutes crawling to the shower and that hot water finally hits you like GODDAMN GOLD.
7:25 a.m.- You finally get out of the shower, seeing yourself in the mirror for the first time.
8 a.m. - You're dry now, and the warmth of the shower is long gone. So you rug up in layers and layers of clothing - raising your body temperature to the level of fresh toast.
9 a.m. - You get to work. You're quick to let everyone know just what it's like outside.
9:30 a.m. - You head back outside for coffee, forgetting how cold it is and also forgetting your jacket.
9:40 a.m. - But then you get your coffee and it's allllllllll goooood.
10 a.m. - You realise you actually have to get some work done. It's hard to focus when you're cold. It's hard to do most things, really.
11:30 a.m. - Someone in the office complains that the heating has made the office "too warm". You wonder if they would prefer to stay in the arctic outside.
12 p.m. - Someone announces that the heating will be turned off after "many" complaints.
12:30 p.m. - It's lunchtime. You're happy. You like food. Food is good.
12:35 p.m. - But then you get outside and feel the cold air on your poor, chilled, skin.
12:40 p.m. - As you walk to the food court, it begins to rain.
Shout out to pathetic fallacy AMIRIGHT?!