Sensitive to heat and under sensitive to cold?

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kazanscube
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04 Dec 2017, 8:11 pm

Yes, ever since I was a young child I tended to over-react to changes in temperature;for example, starting to sweat even when it's not super hot outside or shiver when it's not very cold as one way of illustrating my point and so forth.


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04 Dec 2017, 8:13 pm

^^ Holy Mackerel!

Haven't seen you in a while!



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04 Dec 2017, 8:15 pm

kraftiekortie wrote:
^^ Holy Mackerel!

Haven't seen you in a while!



I'm no Mackerel..


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04 Dec 2017, 8:16 pm

You know what I mean....Holy cow!

That means I'm shocked to see you.

You're taking me too seriously.

I am the Wolfman!

I apologize if I (inadvertently) offended you.

You might have forgotten about me. We used to have fun on WrongPlanet.



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04 Dec 2017, 8:26 pm

You have not offended nor have ever offended me at all..I can understand humor be it sarcastic or otherwise,though I'm no expert at it.


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04 Dec 2017, 8:28 pm

I guess I should have put it in context.

"Holy Mackerel" is a US expression. It sort of means "Omigosh!" It's an expression of positively-oriented shock.



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04 Dec 2017, 8:30 pm

kraftiekortie wrote:
I guess I should have put it in context.

"Holy Mackerel" is a US expression. It sort of means "Omigosh!" It's an expression of positively-oriented shock.



I know what it means silly as, you don't have to put anything into context okay?


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04 Dec 2017, 8:32 pm

Hee hee...you got me there!



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04 Dec 2017, 9:14 pm

My thyroid shut down about three years ago. The first sign that anything was wrong was in my body temperature. Whenever I would take my temperature, it was about 96 degrees. If the room temperature was below about 78, I would start shivering.

One morning when it was 28 degrees out, I had to go to a feedlot about 10 miles away. I put on my heavy coat, started the pickup, and headed out toward it. I had a thermometer in my pocket so I decided to take my temperature. It was 92.5 degrees! Yikes!

As the pickup warmed up from the heater, I warmed up. By the time I got to the feedlot, it was up to about 96 degrees.