Everyone I know is all like, "OMG, I am so over this winter and I cannot wait for Spring!"
Me, not so much. Spring is the least favorite of my seasons. If we could go directly from feeling like it is 0* Kelvin to the sweaty, humid hell that is known as summer in this state, I would be perfectly OK. Sure, spring has new flowers! New life! Christians believe Jesus resurrected from the dead! The weather gets warmer!
It just doesn't do anything for me. Here are my top reasons why I hate Spring:
1.) Daylight Savings Time. Who the fuck thought that this would be a good idea? Shifting time around like this is akin to me shifting money around to pretend like I have enough to pay my bills. Someone pays, somewhere, and it usually involves lots of lost sleep, crankiness, and fantasies of winning the lotto so I can move somewhere warm and tropical. Which leads me to...
2.) The cold-ish weather. Seriously. Somehow bridging the gap between the cold and the warm seems so much worse when you are going from cold to warm like now vs the warm to cold of fall. "Oh, but it's warming up" you say. "There is hope coming from the depths of cold in winter", you say. Fuck that shit. It might be warming up, but it is still cold. Come talk to me when the weather is consistently over 75*. Not this 50* teaser shit. What good is 50*? You can't hold food at that temperature. You can't freeze food at that temperature. It exists solely to fuck with your internal thermostat.
3.) The food. OK, think of a spring food. You can't, can you? Winter has Christmas cookies and hot cocoa. Fall has pumpkin and stews. Summer has ice cream and watermelon. Spring has what? Ham maybe? Easter candy? Guess what, spring? The Internet now exists and I can probably get Easter candy year round if I wanted. Aw, snap! Plus, Reese's has seasonal peanut butter cups for every season now, so I don't have to wait till Easter for the eggs to get the same deliciousness.
4.) The mud. It exists even when it hasn't rained for 4 weeks, simply because of the melting snow. And it gets on everything. This includes the inside of my house. Mud does not belong on the inside of my house, SPRING. Mud was fun when I was a kid. It is not fun as an adult when you have to clean that shit up.
5.) The Easter bunny. OK, bitchez, look. The idea of a fat man breaking into your house to leave presents for you is creepy enough. A tooth fairy who traffics in body parts, also creepy as fuck. But a life sized rabbit that hides eggs? RABBITS DON'T LAY EGGS SO SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN THE LOGIC??? Seriously, who thinks up this shit? Lets tell kids about this humongous hare who ALSO breaks into your house and leaves eggs...back in the day they were actual hard boiled eggs so guess what happened if you forgot one? No wonder people are fighting so for the right to own a gun in their home...it is probably residual trauma from their childhood and being told that all these strange humans and hares are breaking and entering.
6.) The tulips. Don't get me wrong...they are pretty and whatnot. They also have the super bad habit of all blooming at exactly the same time and then disappearing at exactly the same time, so you are left with a garden full of empty stems of tulips. Super depressing. Spring's all like, "Oh, here are some pretty flowers...but you only get to enjoy them for a limited time so don't get so attached or plan any kind of significant landscaping around them!" It's like those infomercials that are selling Bedazzlers. You buy one cause it looks pretty, only to quickly realize the limited usefulness and that it will eventually make you and your property look like it is trying too hard to be attractive.
7.) Finally...the clothes. It is never OK to have to wear galoshes, a heavy coat, and a thin shirt AND carry an umbrella all on the same day. You can shove your April showers bring May flowers BS up your ass, Spring.