You know when it's hot out, our body makes adjustments to try to regulate our temperature, right? We sweat, and this cools us down so we are not so hot anymore. Pretty clever, right?
Well, how come when it's winter time, our body doesn't make a similar adjustment to keep us warm? When we go outside when it's cold, what does the body do? It makes your nose run. What? That doesn't keep you warm at all. Maybe the body gets the "Keep me warm" message confused with the "Make me talk funny and have a gross face" message.