>men prefer the inside of a home to be 79 degrees. >women prefer it to be 72

>men prefer the inside of a home to be 79 degrees
>women prefer it to be 72
Wtf? 66-68 is best. Even 72 is miserable.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    men want it colder than women, it's a common complaint of office roasts that it's too cold.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    if you set my thermostat to 68 degrees i would fricking kill you

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >women are fat

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I'm not fat, but I have Dyspraxia and sensitivity to both hot and cold temperatures is apparently common. In Gym class I was always visibly shaking from head to toe because I was cold even though everyone else was fine.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My mom is past menopause so it's even worse. I'll be sweating like a pig and she tells me it's too cold.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      mid-80s is comfortable. 66-68 is too chilly.

      my post-menopausal mom is exactly the opposite. This causes friction whenever I have to drive her somewhere. She'll be too hot and tell me to turn the heat down when I'm already too cold.

      I'm one of the rare. I rather be hot than cold. I hate the AC and it hurts all my bones.

      >grampa
      So I guess 38 is old now? lol, no I got so many injuries in the past from my job that it always acts up in the cold.

      I'm 37. cheers, bro

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm one of the rare. I rather be hot than cold. I hate the AC and it hurts all my bones.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      why are you here, grampa rickets?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >grampa
        So I guess 38 is old now? lol, no I got so many injuries in the past from my job that it always acts up in the cold.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          38 isn't old, but the people here have questionable views on age. I saw a Zoomer here say that you peak at 16 and are ugly, old, and wrinkly at 18, in all seriousness.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Zoomers are just idiots. If I didn't have my work related injuries, I would say 30 is when we actually peak.

            I'm 33 myself lol. Old folks such as yourself generally have bone pain from the cold and humidity, but usually later than 30s. Your injuries have prematurely aged you. Same for me.

            I have to agree. What is the bummer is that I got some of these injuries in my mid 20's. Though it did hurt back then, it did not hurt like this much until I got to about 35. I have to do everything I can to not hurt like when my back was hurting last night. I literally was doing myofascial release with a lacross ball, and it slipped and hit my spine which made it crack. It hurt a lot, but after what seemed like a minute, it calmed down and I was pain free.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            30's a good estimate, some say late 20s and early 30s is prime for athletes (blend of experience and physical ability), and I think people are too fixated on "When am I in the prime of my prime" instead of "How long can I be functional enough to have a good quality of life"? The former is 20s or 30s, the latter is... I dunno, late 80s to beginning 90s? My grandfather at 85 didn't have anything to complain about. I'm sure he had more stamina and physical ability in previous decades, but at 85 he still had an erect posture, walked quickly, and if he had aches and pains they weren't physically obvious. His everyday life was minimally changed from his 20s even if he would fail many athletic stress tests.

            nothin better than crackin a nice zoomer gals shitpipe wide open when your twice her age lol i turn em into anal prostitutes when im done!

            Holy based

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            *visibly obvious

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You bring up a lot of good points especially the quality of life. I'm envious of your granddad being able to function so well. My dad was basically crippled by 55 due to his job. He can still do a lot of things, but his movement was very limited after he had to retire and get on disability because of it.

            Hi moid-chan. Eagerly awaiting your thread tonight. I don't have any new interesting stuff to throw into the thread though since you said I was wrong about your name. If it was correct, I would have much more interesting information to give to your simps.

            I cannot get away from you. It'll be late tonight since I got to catch up on stuff tonight from not doing anything last night other than meds and checks on the guys. I'm just procrastinating rn.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Hi moid-chan. Eagerly awaiting your thread tonight. I don't have any new interesting stuff to throw into the thread though since you said I was wrong about your name. If it was correct, I would have much more interesting information to give to your simps.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I wouldn't be surprised if you didn't have some disc bulging and inflammation fricking your nerves. I was laid up most of last year, unable to work until around September. Traction and PT got me moving again. Also lots of pull-ups and dead hangs from the bar.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I think it might be a combination of both. The bulging disc was probably what was hurting me last night and the lacross ball did something. The dead hangs is something I heard of doing for a person's back so I'm contemplating on adding that into my daily PT routine that I already do. I've heard about inverted hanging, but it seems more like a meme than anything else. Also, I'd rather not have to buy more equipment.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            inverted hanging or inversion tables work the same in principle. In PT I was strapped into a mobile traction table that you can buy for 700 bucks or what I did was buy a 40 harness off Amazon that you hang from an overhead bar like a pull-up bar and strap it around your chest. You need to leave your feet on the ground so your abs don't work to stabilize your core. The your spine decompresses over 5 minutes or so. Did that 2 or three times a day. It is very uncomfortable at first but I got used to it and it helped a lot not having to rely on expensive PT.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I know the harness you are talking about and seen it on Aamazon. So it if it works, it'll definitely be worth the buy then. Thank you for suggesting it!

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            no problem man. my pain was too intense to not want to help. just remember that you have to be consistent and longer isn't necessarily better.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            nothin better than crackin a nice zoomer gals shitpipe wide open when your twice her age lol i turn em into anal prostitutes when im done!

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I'm 33 myself lol. Old folks such as yourself generally have bone pain from the cold and humidity, but usually later than 30s. Your injuries have prematurely aged you. Same for me.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >38 is old?
          yes
          t. 30
          t. old

  6. 1 month ago
    Be my fremd: the_nicest_person

    What I think is most interesting is that Americans think its normal to have air conditioning. Whats the point in asking this question if I have never had temperature control in my life?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It is standard in the US. Even the lowest of the low have AC. Basically anyone but homeless wretches.

      • 1 month ago
        Be my fremd: the_nicest_person

        I live in a third world country, I have never had any. It was really cold today but I just have to live with it, it makes me stronger on the inside. Tomorrow morning I am going to drive into the alps to go hiking and it will be negatives so I might freeze to death.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    that data feels flawed ive never liked warmer temperatures and it feels better on my dick when its a little chilly in the house

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I am legally required to have heating in my home and pay for that connection why the frick don't you just put on some fricking clothes or something. It's called a blanket. If you want to plant something and it needs light and heat I might even like to sit around there and watch the paint dry too.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My favourite temperature is 12 degrees centigrade, about 54 fahrenheit for you Americans.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >men prefer the inside of a home to be 79 degrees
    Huh?

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I set mine to 69 but would like to go a little higher -- I'm just cheap.

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