The Air-Con’s Prayer

Summer is around the corner and Hong Kong is getting hotter.  Its humidity is high so the weather is getting unbearable. However, our air conditioner wasn’t working properly. Thank God the landlord fixed it for us and we can now enjoy some cool air at home.

So, to give thanks to the God of Air-Con, here’s our prayer. In case you don’t know, we adapted the famous Lord’s Prayer!

Our Air-con who art on the wall,
hallowed be thy name.
Thy coolness come.
Thy bring-us cool air
at home as it is in the freezer.
Give us this day our daily dose,
and forgive us the global warming,
as we forgive Air-con dripping water on our heads,
and lead us to staying inside,
and deliver us from hot-air.
For thine is the kingdom,
and the power, and the glory,
for ever and ever.

What’s the weather like at where you live? Is it getting hot and unbearable? Or are you enjoying the searing heat? Comment below.


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hilarious prayer! 😀 I live in a country where searing heat is a daily reality. Apart from politics, I count my blessings to have an indoor job while enjoying lots of sunshine, cost of living is relatively low, friendly people, good socialized healthcare and being able to save on heating bills as well as purchasing clothes for 4 seasons that can be quite a significant sum.

    Sometimes I do wonder whether air cooler is a more environmentally friendlier option to air-conditioner? Air-conditioner tends to release heat.

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    1. yhpchung says:

      Fan would probably better to the environment. 🙂 But I have to say, going out to the seaside or a lake would also be a nice way to cool off in the summer.


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