"Hot As Balls" Is A Specific Temperature Because Science Is Awesome

There's nothing worse than finding out you've been using a phrase incorrectly, so I wanted to be one of the first to tell you that "hot as balls," refers to a specific temperature. "Hot as balls," was most used at 84 degrees.

YES! Someone actually took the time to conduct a study that shows at what specific temperature people used certain phrases.

Same goes for "hot as hell," which specifically refers to an average of 86 degrees.

SOURCE: Mashable

Literally hot day!😓🤒🔥🌞#HotAsBalls #SummerTimeIsAlmostHere #thisheatthough🔥

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