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KP9000
Posted on 10-09-11 08:52 AM Link | Quote | ID: 147909


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Sounded like a good topic to talk about what with the change of the seasons coming about.

So, what is your preferred comfort zone in regards to temperature? What do you define as "cold" and "hot"? Do you prefer the heat over cold?

I prefer things to be exactly the way the climate is in this area. I live near Salt Lake City, Utah. The temperature gets to be below zero on a few occasions in the winter and above 100 a few days during the summer. This week it's been between 35 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit. I love it!

I prefer the cold over the heat. It's always easier to warm up than it is to cool down. That's pretty much valid everywhere except for, like, Antarctica.



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I'm not bothered by anything in the 18 to 35 degrees Celsius range.

While the heat doesn't bother me, the cold really bites at me.

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Posted on 10-09-11 12:06 PM Link | Quote | ID: 147911


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My preferred range of temperature is between 10°C and 25°C. Depending on circumstances, I can deal with up to 38°C (humidity severely reduces that upper bound though); on the lower end, up to -30°C is bearable but I much prefer to get enough sleep and reduce activity so as to not expose my thin extremities to the cold excessively towards the lower end.

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Posted on 10-09-11 02:50 PM Link | Quote | ID: 147912


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As for me, I like it cooler than warmer. I'm most comfortable at around 65-70 Fahrenheit. It's been pretty brisk in the mornings here in Brookville. I think it was 49 when I was going past the S&T bank marquee on my way home from work, and it felt pretty good.

My brother and I have a philosophy about the seasonal temperatures. It goes, "It's easier to get warm by putting on more clothes than it is to cool off, since you get in trouble if you're naked."

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Posted by Trelior
As for me, I like it cooler than warmer. I'm most comfortable at around 65-70 Fahrenheit. It's been pretty brisk in the mornings here in Brookville. I think it was 49 when I was going past the S&T bank marquee on my way home from work, and it felt pretty good.

My brother and I have a philosophy about the seasonal temperatures. It goes, "It's easier to get warm by putting on more clothes than it is to cool off, since you get in trouble if you're naked."
Yeah, same goes for me on that philosophy except not as colorful. My house is sitting at less than 65 degrees. I would sooner put on a sweater before I spend money.

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Posted on 10-10-11 12:26 AM Link | Quote | ID: 147914

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Give me 70°F to 76°F. Anything hotter requires moving air; anything colder requires a goddamn sweater.

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Posted on 10-10-11 05:50 AM Link | Quote | ID: 147918


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35 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit is good for me, in my typical mood. If I'm out of the house I prefer it toward the cooler end of the spectrum, since I'm moving around and tend to overheat faster. I also don't wear shirts at home, which furthers my preference for cooler weather when out of the house.
I'm most comfortable around 50 degrees, but happier when it's sunny and hot out - around 85.

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Posted by Trelior
As for me, I like it cooler than warmer.


I'm the same. For example, I don't shower in temperatures over 30 degrees celsius.

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Hmm....I hate the Winter time. Lets say..15C to 35C is good enough for me. I tend to like it a lot more hotter because of the better weather, and i can get out more. I hate Winter cause I never ever leave unless its for school.

roger_max
Posted on 10-12-11 08:22 PM Link | Quote | ID: 147969


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i love auntum and winter time between 12 to 20 Celcius

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Posted on 10-13-11 01:38 AM Link | Quote | ID: 147979


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I personally like around 80 degrees Fahrenheit when outdoors, but only about 70 degrees indoors. This is because I tend to sweat when it's too hot and I'm playing video games. Due to the fact some days I don't shower because I have nowhere to go, I would smell bad. Also I like sleeping under a heavy blanket without sweating to death.

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