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  • warm, Ti user (user= dom/aux)

    4 9.52%
  • warm, Fi user

    1 2.38%
  • warm, Te user

    5 11.90%
  • warm, Fe user

    2 4.76%
  • warm, male

    4 9.52%
  • warm, female

    2 4.76%
  • cold, Ti user

    10 23.81%
  • cold, Fi user

    14 33.33%
  • cold, Te user

    4 9.52%
  • cold, Fe user

    2 4.76%
  • cold, male

    4 9.52%
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    16 38.10%
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    It was 80F this morning in DC, but with the humidity it was worse than 95F without humidity.

    Humidity sucks.

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    Right now it's 91F and it's raining. It feels like heaven! I love heat and humidity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    Are you "warm blooded" or "cold blooded"?

    Meaning, is your body temperature heavily dependent on your external environment, or does it stay pretty constant?
    Cold.

    If it's under 55F, I need long sleeves.

    If its under 46F, it's just too damn cold. Particularly if it's windy.

    Anything over 70F is too hot though. I'm a 60s sort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    I guess I'm cold blooded because I'm very sensitive to weather, and I hate extreme heat and extreme cold, but don't mind anything ranging from moderate heat down to a slightly drizzly chill.

    I do hate when people turn their air conditioner up too high, or over-use air conditioning.

    I've been told that my butt was cold before, lol, like the chill of an outer environment will actually make my heinie feel cool to the touch. I've heard this is common in women, though, for whatever reason.
    I've never exposed my naked ass to the petting public during winter, so I can't say whether I could relate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raindancing View Post
    I'm normally very influenced by the environment, and almost always tend toward the cold side. Once I'm cold it takes a long time to get warm again. The heat rarely makes me uncomfortable. When it's so hot it feels like you're swimming through the sun and even your bones are melting. Ahhhh bliss.
    I'm similar (although if it's super humid with the high heat, that's where it'll become too uncomfortable for me).

    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini
    I've been told that my butt was cold before, lol, like the chill of an outer environment will actually make my heinie feel cool to the touch. I've heard this is common in women, though, for whatever reason.
    This is very true for me. But it can also happen under situations where I'm exercising, but surrounding temps aren't super cold (i.e. it can happen after a gym workout). My ex would joke about it - 'Oh, you've been exercising' whenever my butt was cold, or 'Lazy [petname]' if it was warm.
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    By the OP's definition, I am quite cold-blooded, but have developed numerous strategies for keeping myself warm when necessary. Exercise/activity is a good one. I am actually bothered more by being too warm, as it is harder to counteract.
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    I guess the OP means warm/cold as in mammals/reptiles... in which case, I'm warm-blooded, because I'm generally pretty consistent and changing weather doesn't bother me. I like cold weather better, but only because I grew up with it. Also:
    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I am actually bothered more by being too warm, as it is harder to counteract.
    ^ This! At least when it's cold (and not too humid), you can just put on more clothing and be fine. If you're boiling hot -- especially when it's humid so sweating doesn't cool you down -- then there's not much you can do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    ^ This! At least when it's cold (and not too humid), you can just put on more clothing and be fine. If you're boiling hot -- especially when it's humid so sweating doesn't cool you down -- then there's not much you can do.
    Agree once hot, it's difficult to cool down. But for me, once I'm cold, it sinks into my bones- particularly with my hands or feet. (it's also very possible I have a mild bit of Reynaud's or whatever that's called... I've never felt my circulation is optimal, and my feet especially will become noticeably cooler to the touch, even after being out and about in 40-50 degree weather for a while (i.e. it doesn't have to be below freezing))
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Agree once hot, it's difficult to cool down. But for me, once I'm cold, it sinks into my bones- particularly with my hands or feet. (it's also very possible I have a mild bit of Reynaud's or whatever that's called... I've never felt my circulation is optimal, and my feet especially will become noticeably cooler to the touch, even after being out and about in 40-50 degree weather for a while (i.e. it doesn't have to be below freezing))
    My ears are quite susceptible to cold, and especially if it is windy. I have had to cover my ears with a hat or ear band in temperatures over 50F when the wind was strong. Otherwise it became extremely painful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    My ears are quite susceptible to cold, and especially if it is windy. I have had to cover my ears with a hat or ear band in temperatures over 50F when the wind was strong. Otherwise it became extremely painful.
    Ah, pain is no good! My toes can get that way (although more often they just become numb / preliminary frostbite?) This can happen above freezing, but a few weekends ago I purchased some smartwool tights plus smartwool alpine socks to put over, and the combo has helped a lot [apparently regular smartwool socks +liner didn't cut it].
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