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View Poll Results: Do you like 'hot' bodies?

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  • Ummm, everyone likes hot bodies. Duh.

    24 39.34%
  • Yes, the hotter the better.

    13 21.31%
  • The colder the better.

    10 16.39%
  • NOT picky! I take whatever I can get!

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    Artisan Conquerer Halla74's Avatar
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    All my life I have been sought after because of my furnace-like warmth.

    My Mother used to grab me when I was a kid and wrap her cold arms around me and then put her cold feet on my calves and after a few minutes of warming up she would say "OK, you can go now" and laugh and give me a kiss and send me off.

    My wife and I are constantly playing "Thermostat War" and adjusting the temperature in the house as we are polar opposites with temperature (me=hot; her=cold) as well as MBTI (me=ESTP; her=INFJ).

    My daughters warm their feet on my before bedtime each night and laugh saying "Daddy, you are warm all the time and its even summer now, what is the matter with you?"

    In a room of 10 people I am the first to break a sweat, roll up my sleeves, and unbutton my collar.

    That's in my DNA, I can't change that with CBT or SSRIs, so I'm not fighting it.

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    Yes, hot is good. It's good to have someone to cuddle your feet onto and warm them up. Most of the time my hands and even nose are freezing. I used to stand under the hand dryer at the school where I teach to warm up.

    There's nothing worse than a man with a damp, clammy handshake. I can see where those who live in Florida or something hate the thought of being sweaty muggy hot, but my vote is still for warm every time. (The only drawback is that they are usually too hot and don't want someone else's body heat to make them even more unbearably warm).

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    Pfft. Pass me some Edward Cullen, I like them cold and vampirey.


    /endattemptathumor. I hate twilight.

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    haha, Halla, i agree with everything you said!
    my mother still warms her hands by holding them against my chest! i think she does it even more now that she is older and her circulation is not so good.

    and i know what you mean with the thermostat war. i do the same thing with my girlfriend. i learned it from my father, who was obsessed with the thermostat. he always had to install the most high-tech and complicated thermostat, and i swear his hobby was to micromanage this thermostat! if anyone else touched the thermostat we would hear nothing else for the next few days. "who touched the thermostat? i had these settings perfectly adjusted! it took months of trial and error to find these settings! it will take me days to find the settings again! now we're going to loose heat and efficiency! our heating bill is going to skyrocket!" etc.

    and in a room of people? everyone is standing around comfortably in suit jackets and i am down to my unbuttoned dress shirt, drenched in sweat, just pouring flood waves of sweat on the floor, going "does it seem hot in here? i'm kind of hot."

    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    All my life I have been sought after because of my furnace-like warmth.

    My Mother used to grab me when I was a kid and wrap her cold arms around me and then put her cold feet on my calves and after a few minutes of warming up she would say "OK, you can go now" and laugh and give me a kiss and send me off.

    My wife and I are constantly playing "Thermostat War" and adjusting the temperature in the house as we are polar opposites with temperature (me=hot; her=cold) as well as MBTI (me=ESTP; her=INFJ).

    My daughters warm their feet on my before bedtime each night and laugh saying "Daddy, you are warm all the time and its even summer now, what is the matter with you?"

    In a room of 10 people I am the first to break a sweat, roll up my sleeves, and unbutton my collar.

    That's in my DNA, I can't change that with CBT or SSRIs, so I'm not fighting it.

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    I hate the heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    In a room of 10 people I am the first to break a sweat, roll up my sleeves, and unbutton my collar.

    That's in my DNA, I can't change that with CBT or SSRIs, so I'm not fighting it.
    My ESTP roomie was, although physically fit, also consistently hot and sweaty. After a short walk outisde in the 36C heat (we lived in a HOT place), I'd come back slightly discomposed and he'd look like he'd just come out of a sauna.

    I'm neither hot nor cold. Lie somewhere on the median. Perhaps leaning more to cold.

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    I like to snuggle up next to my PC in the warm winter months. It can heat a room after a few hours <3
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    i'm usually cold, so i enjoy a nice hot contrast to embrace

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    Ok, being a little less ambiguous. I too used to get mommy's hands on my neck when she came in from shoveling (that is untill I got big enough to do it instead). Even indoors she'd call me over and warm her hands on my neck and her feet in my armpits. I kind of liked it since she also helped cool me off (she always had the heat on high). I have yet to have a girlfriend during the winter months so I have not been used for my body heat since I started living on my own.
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    I chose the colder the better...as long as it's not dead.

    I tend to run a little warm myself due to menopause, so cooler is very nice. aaaahhhh.
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