Poll: What is the most comfortable interior temperature range?
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View poll results: What is the most comfortable interior temperature range?
Under 15 degrees
2 7%
15-20 degrees
16 53%
20-25 degrees
12 40%
25 plus degrees
0 0%
Voters: 30.
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#1
How warm do you like your house / apartment / place you call home generally to be?

I generally like my house to be between 15 and 20 degrees celcius.

My housemate has it up at over 25 degrees regularly which is obviously causing some differences?

Hbu Pit?

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#2
~ 21 °C. I couldn't handle something like 25°C, it would feel stuffy af.


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#6
20C or so.

I miss being in a cold climate where going home means being warm. Having to find refuge in air conditioned areas makes everywhere you go slightly impersonal. Like it's a mall or an office.

I like smoking in the cold too. Genuinely despise hot countries. Snow me in or go fuck yourself.


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#7
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It's it warm inside a stomach?

You're worse than Theo when it comes to bringing up vore in completely unrelated threads these days. On topic though somewhere between 20-25 C
#8
20C is ideal.
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#9
Mine is currently about 73 degrees which I think is 23ish degrees. I wish it was warmer - 80 would be ideal - but if the temperature difference between inside and outside is too high my sinuses go crazy.
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#10
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Mine is currently about 73 degrees which I think is 23ish degrees. I wish it was warmer - 80 would be ideal - but if the temperature difference between inside and outside is too high my sinuses go crazy.


My housemate is from the same part of the world as you So naturally she likes it hotter than I do - above 25, but I have trouble sleeping when it's that warm and even with all the radiators downstairs off, the ambient heat is still too high for me. So I am unsure of what to do without looking like a complete arsehole.

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#11
Quote by EndTheRapture51
My housemate is from the same part of the world as you So naturally she likes it hotter than I do - above 25, but I have trouble sleeping when it's that warm and even with all the radiators downstairs off, the ambient heat is still too high for me. So I am unsure of what to do without looking like a complete arsehole.

Ask her to get a space heater? I'm fine with coldness when I sleep because I can use more blankets but walking around and feeling cold does not feel like being at home. I'm in a studio but if I have my space heater on in the TV area I can't feel it in the ******* or dining or bathroom so it could work for you if you're not in the same room as her all the time.
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#13
20C is the ideal, although I can go a few degrees either way
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#15
I like my living space to be between 65 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit, which I'm pretty sure falls into the 15-20 Celsius range.

If it gets too chilly, you can always just put on another layer of clothing/sweatshirt/socks/etc, but if it gets too warm, you can only lose so many layers before your final option is removing your skin.

When I sleep, I like it as cold as possible. I feel as though there are few feelings better than having cold air on your extremities while you're burrowed under some blankets or comforters.
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#17
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I like my living space to be between 65 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit, which I'm pretty sure falls into the 15-20 Celsius range.

If it gets too chilly, you can always just put on another layer of clothing/sweatshirt/socks/etc, but if it gets too warm, you can only lose so many layers before your final option is removing your skin.

When I sleep, I like it as cold as possible. I feel as though there are few feelings better than having cold air on your extremities while you're burrowed under some blankets or comforters.


This is so me.

Either way, in winter I like it a little on the cold side because wrapping up warm in a blanket and wearing chunky winter clothes just feels good. When you come in from the cold and immediately have to strip down to a T-shirt, and are still sleeping in your boxers with a thin sheet on, that ain't good.

Plus overly warm houses negate the feelings of lovely hot drinks, and soups, hot water bottles etc.

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#21
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what on god's great America is that



My ideal temperature is like 21-24°C, but AC is expensive to run so whatever I can get basically.
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#22
20 to 21 Celsius

68 to 70 Fahrenheit
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#23
I like it around 17
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#24
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I like it around 17


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#25
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You know what they say....





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#26
Given the climate I live in, around 24 C++, (C is obsolete...)

When I lived in more northern climes, I naturally preferred it a good bit cooler. We are amazingly adaptable animals.
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#27
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what on god's great earth is that

Amateur hour.

The best temperature is clearly about 292-3K.
#28
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Amateur hour.

The best temperature is clearly about 292-3K.


So 6°N or 527°R or thereabouts?
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#29
I like my house to be on the warmer side. Exception is when I'm sleeping. I need it to be absolute zero for me to fall asleep. I hate hate hate sleeping (or lack thereof) during the summer because of this.
#30
Quote by E7#9
I like my house to be on the warmer side. Exception is when I'm sleeping. I need it to be absolute zero for me to fall asleep. I hate hate hate sleeping (or lack thereof) during the summer because of this.


That's pretty damn cold...
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#31
I'd be feeling pretty sleepy too if my molecules were not in motion

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#33
you know those days where you're so lazy even your chemical bonds just cba
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#34
Lately it's been consistently hovering around 85F/~30C, so I've been keeping it at 78F so I don't go bankrupt paying for air conditioning.

Please Old Man Winter, come here soooon.
#36
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I'd be feeling pretty sleepy too if my molecules were not in motion


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That's pretty damn cold...


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Ok hyperboles aside, anything around 65 Fahrenheit and I'll sleep like a motionless molecule
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#37
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I wasn't aware she brought it up often...saying that...I've only really talked about vore 3 times since the first...so yeah. It is pretty hot you must admit...

Office is really cold because it's an old building and at home I have a Halogen heater...so yeah.

No it's not. It's really not.
#39
Quote by UltimateGuizar
Bout 37ºC


A cow's stomach runs about 40ºC, he needs to be more specific.
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