hot enough to burn a polar bear's butt

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hot enough to burn a polar bear's butt

rude slang Extremely and uncomfortably hot in temperature. On summer days in Texas, when it's hot enough to burn a polar bear's butt, there's nothing quite like a tall glass of sweet tea.
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hot enough to burn a polar bear's butt

Rur. very hot. (Used to describe weather.) Every day in August was hot enough to burn a polar bear's butt. Even in October, it was hot enough to burn a polar bear's butt.
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