Could someone clarify for me exactly what constitutes 'moaning'? Because calling someone a moaner for expressing a different opinion seems a little rude to me.
Expressing a different opinion and 'moaning' ( or whinging ) is often a matter of tone and repetition.
The person who says, 'I hate it when it gets this hot.' or 'I'm sick of this snow' is expressing an opinion.
A healthy person who is almost prostrated by the heat after walking two blocks in the shade while wearing a sun hat, waving a fan and drinking iced tea is 'moaning'.
The person expressing an opinion is simply commenting on discomfort produced by the weather. The 'moaner' is like a puppy with a big, new bone and won't let it go.
Granted, some people have medical conditions that become more uncomfortable with extremes of heat or cold. These folks have a legitimate gripe. It's the ones who don't have a legitimate gripe but an exaggerated sense of drama who make us want to strangle them.
We're all hot. We're all sweaty. We all want this heat to break but it isn't going to do so for a few days. Just shut up about it, already!