Shakespeare for Those who Complain about the Weather

entreat the north to make his bleak wind kiss my parched lips“… entreat the north
To make his bleak wind kiss my parched lips,
And comfort me with cold – I do not ask you much,
But beg cold comfort.”

(King John, act 5, sc. 7)

Comments. Apart from the oncoming festivities it is the time of the year when it is customary to complain about the rain, the ice and the cold weather in general.
To counterbalance the feeling (or experience) it may be worthwhile reminding ourselves (with the help of this quote) that when it comes to weather endurance, cold is preferable to heat.

Tips for Use.  When you are or feel very hot.

In the play.  King John feels the effects of poison in his stomach, unbearable heat.

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