Environment Canada has issued an extreme heat warning that’s expected to last through Thursday, July 13 in Brampton and the surrounding area.
The weather conditions are expected to pose a higher than normal risk of heat illnesses, including heat stroke and exhaustion, so beware. The only way to survive and save yourself from a bad hair day is to just stay inside. If you absolutely have to go out — which, who are we kidding, most of us do — don’t bother trying to look any kind of decent, you’ll become a sweaty mess in 1.5 seconds after stepping outside anyway.
When you do go outside, avoid sudden movements or anything that will incite a sweat-fest. On second thought, you’re probably better off just laying down on the sidewalk like a beached whale in hopes that someone comes along and carts you to your desired destination so you don’t have to move.