Winter is coming and it's time to prepare for the changing of the seasons here in Los Angeles, CA. Here is a list of helpful tips for wintertime SoCal survival.
Remember to wear layers, lots and lots of layers of sunscreen, because it's sunny here and we'd hate for you to burn.
It's always a good idea to carry a nice thick handkerchief. You'll want something to wipe the sweat off your brow with on these 90-degree days.
Don't forget to insulate your bong so it doesn't get too hot when you're smoking your legal weed that you purchased at one of our many dispensaries.
Remember to let your car's engine run for a few minutes before heading out on a trip, so that your AC is nice and frosty when you hit the road.
Don't wait until the last minute to do your winter clothes shopping, because stores will probably run out of hot items like this Hanukkah themed tank top.
Be careful not to overload your home's electrical circuits by running your central air conditioning unit and your Christmas lights at the same time, or else you might blow a fuse.
Before winter weather hits it's always a good idea to check the condition of your roof and gutters and clear away any stray palm fronds. Between the months of October and March, Los Angeles may get as many as 3 days of rain, so be prepared!
Stock up on winter necessities like bottled water, peanut butter, blankets, hard liquor, and Adderall, in case you decide to go camp out at one of the many weekend-long outdoor music festivals.