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15 Dec 2007, 1:44 pm

i love being warm...

i especially like hot sweaty sticky weather...

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15 Dec 2007, 2:35 pm

It seems for those that are cold, if you get some thick cream (like Nivea) and put it on yourself in a generous layer, and rub it in, it will keep you warm due to the fat content of the cream.


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15 Dec 2007, 5:37 pm

I like being warm, just not sweaty.



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15 Dec 2007, 5:48 pm

Airbrush wrote:
I like being warm, just not sweaty.


i like being warm... or warm sweaty and sticky...


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15 Dec 2007, 5:53 pm

I am happy as long as it is not so cold that I need to wear gloves. I dislike hot weather intensely; my favourite time of year is early Autumn. Not too not and not too cold.


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15 Dec 2007, 5:57 pm

I have trouble tolerating the heat. It makes me slow and sleepy.
I don't like it too cold either, it is painful.

I like it just right. 80 F at the warmest.



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15 Dec 2007, 6:02 pm

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I have trouble tolerating the heat. It makes me slow and sleepy.
I don't like it too cold either, it is painful.

I like it just right. 80 F at the warmest.


probably why i love heat so much... its very calming for me...


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15 Dec 2007, 6:04 pm

Strapples wrote:
Airbrush wrote:
I like being warm, just not sweaty.


i like being warm... or warm sweaty and sticky...


I hate the warm and sticky part of heat. Makes me feel all itchy and uncomfortable.



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15 Dec 2007, 6:05 pm

Airbrush wrote:
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I like being warm, just not sweaty.


i like being warm... or warm sweaty and sticky...


I hate the warm and sticky part of heat. Makes me feel all itchy and uncomfortable.


the warm sticky sweaty part is one of my favorite parts of heat... i dont itch and its very comforting to me...


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16 Dec 2007, 1:05 pm

Yes, heat makes me tired too.


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16 Dec 2007, 1:07 pm

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Yes, heat makes me tired too.


anyone else here like the heat retention you get from the lead apron at the dentist/hospital...

i fall asleep every time he he...


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16 Dec 2007, 1:23 pm

Strapples wrote:
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Yes, heat makes me tired too.


anyone else here like the heat retention you get from the lead apron at the dentist/hospital...

i fall asleep every time he he...


Or when a classroom is too hot! I fall asleep in class unexpectedly.Not good!


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16 Dec 2007, 1:23 pm

SteelMaiden wrote:
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SteelMaiden wrote:
Yes, heat makes me tired too.


anyone else here like the heat retention you get from the lead apron at the dentist/hospital...

i fall asleep every time he he...


Or when a classroom is too hot! I fall asleep in class unexpectedly.Not good!


ahh... great thing of being homebound and not going to school...


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16 Dec 2007, 1:35 pm

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ahh... great thing of being homebound and not going to school...


Um, why are you homebound?


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16 Dec 2007, 1:36 pm

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ahh... great thing of being homebound and not going to school...


Um, why are you homebound?


if you check my website http://www.alinssite.info i have a progressive disease...

parents decided to pull me out for multiple reasons 1. the disease 2. worsening sensory issues made school miserable and made me very agitated and use my cell phone a lot inside the school

it is not likely i will be going back...


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16 Dec 2007, 2:13 pm

Strapples wrote:
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ahh... great thing of being homebound and not going to school...


Um, why are you homebound?


if you check my website http://www.alinssite.info i have a progressive disease...

parents decided to pull me out for multiple reasons 1. the disease 2. worsening sensory issues made school miserable and made me very agitated and use my cell phone a lot inside the school

it is not likely i will be going back...


My god I'm so sorry.


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