When it's freezing outside, you complain and wish it was warmer. When it's insanely hot outside, you complain and wish it was colder. But which is worse?

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A new study analyzed one billion tweets to finally prove what temperatures we really hate more: Really hot days, or really cold days.

And the answer is: we hate hot days the most.

We start complaining a lot when the temperature jumps into the 80s, then keep on complaining even more into the 90s and 100s. We don't get nearly as upset when the temperature dips into the 40s, 30s, 20s, and lower. The researchers found that a jump from 72 degrees to 90 degrees makes the average person as miserable as they are on Mondays, when they have to start the work week.

Read more at Washington Post.