Well, that's the way one of my running buddies described this heat and humidity that we've been experiencing. She described the heat and humidity on a 5-mile run that we were running together (well, to be honest, we weren't running together. We were running the same course. Since she's about one-third my age and is running about 2 minutes per mile faster than I currently am, she got back to the pub before I did, but everyone in this group run were all very, very sweaty). I agreed and said if I was going to get this hot and sweaty, I'd rather be fucking.
And after two weeks in this intense heat and humidity, I am finally beginning to see the (positive) effects of running in these crazy conditions. Staying hydrated is a challenge but with careful planning and the application of electrolytic drinks, I've managed to come through okay. By the time I'm to the third mile, my shorts are dripping wet. By the fifth mile, my shoes and socks are getting squishy and sweat is beginning to drip off the brim of my running cap. After that it's hoping that the remaining miles go smoothly with no chafing (I've found that coconut oil is really good as a preventative).
Scheduling and traveling had limited my recent enema activities. It had been a week since I had taken a nozzle (or two) and a bag (or more than two) and so I really wanted the feeling of being filled and emptied. Got out one of my black (4-liter) bags and my red 4-liter bag, filled them, hung them and inserted the nozzle from the red bag into me. I sat down on the toilet for these enemas. I opened the stopcock valve and allowed the lukewarm water to flow into me. It was good to feel the water flowing deeply within me. As the bag emptied, I didn't try to hold it for long (but I also didn't try to fully expel, either). I got the nozzle from the black bag inserted and took on more warm water even with approximately half of the first enema within me. I took most of the second bag before I had to let it go...there was the sensation I was looking for; long, powerful contractions of my colon while feeling all the solid and liquid contents flowing out.
After a few minutes, I reinserted the nozzle, took the little bit of liquid still in the bottom of the bag until the bag was drained and then closed the clamp. With the nozzle still inserted, I refilled the bag with somewhat warmer water. I took the full bag and after it has drained in me, used the nozzle to hold the contents for as long as I could. I was surprised by how easy and fully I was able to empty myself. When I go for my 8-mile run later this morning I will be running with the lightness of an empty lower colon.
An update: I wasn't quite done with my enemas for the day. I couldn't sleep after my earlier enemas and so went back for a couple more complete fills. Finally, after another three fills, I was satisfactorily spent. I drifted off to sleep.
I went for my run this morning and cut it a little short after running about a mile in the soft (and hot) sand. The heat index was about 100°F. After returning to the condo, I stripped out of my wet clothes and cooled off. Three more cool enemas later, I was ready to shower and declare the enema day completed.