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During the cold months our 2nd flr is set at a constant 65. family is very comfortable with it. 1st flr is 68 during the day and 60 at night.

my elec bill is dirt cheap and it makes a cheapassmotherfucker like me very happy!

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When playing we often use our living room which is large, has 2 sets of sliding glass doors, a vaulted ceiling that goes up 2 stories, and can feel drafty because of the open concept design. Having the temp up above 70 makes it more comfy for everyone.

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I'm actually w/ most of the fellas on here: 72 usually in the summer, and right now it is on 69. Is this a theme? Actually, it's not on at all, that's just what it is in here right now. And yes, when swingers are here, the temp has to go DOWN b/c the body temps are UP. I am rarely cold. But Mr says he has never seen me without hardened nipples, so I don't know what's up with that, only that they seem to be perpetually stimulated.

As for what I'm wearing, a pizza place t shirt from a restaurant I loved growing up, and still is in my hometown. And a pair of the silkiest sort of animal print Fredericks panties I've ever owned. I also have a pair in red.

G.

San Antonio TX
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" 68-70 winter and 70-68 in summer "

Wow, that's some extreme temperature range!

Hendersonville NC
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I keep mine between 67-70 in the summer and 62-67 in the winter. However at my FWB's place we usually keep the thermostat at 61. If its 67 at his place, I feel like I'm roasting alive. One of our thermostats must be "off."

My previous home cost us about 2K a month to "heat" even with thermostat set at 56. The place had 12 foot ceilings and 130 year old windows; I knew how windy it was outside by how much my hair ruffled as I lay in bed at night. Lol.

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Black Boxer-briefs.

I'm of the cooler is better group when it comes to the thermostat. 68-70 winter and 70-68 in summer if possible.

If I'm in the house and have more than shorts on (no shirt) it's too cold...LOL

Jacksonville FL
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Did you mean Celsius, I've never come across a thermostat that's metric.


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"the equivalent of 72-73"

Ahhh someone has a metric thermostat.

Windermere FL
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We keep it set to the equivalent of 72-73 here year round. Pandora's always cold so she generally wears flannel pants and a sleep shirt, and stays wrapped up in a blanket snuggled up next to me. I'm the (excuse the pun) polar opposite and usually run on the side of warm so I'm always stripping down to as little as I can get away with.

Tonight I'm only wearing a pair of 'putter' shorts and an a-shirt and I'm still hot.

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In the summer, I set it at 77 and leave it. When I'm at work, 80. This time of year, it rarely comes on, but a few days a year, i set it to 'heat"

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