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    Quote Originally Posted by moomies View Post
    That is so unfair PB


    And can somebody convert farenheit to celcius? I'm metric

    During the day I don't usually even turn on the heater unless like a few weeks ago it was snowing and chilly. The room temp stays around 18-19 and I'm ok with that.
    I think this is the conversion:
    F = (C x 1.8) + 32

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    70 degrees at the absolute highest, usually not that high. Sometimes I just turn the whole unit off and put on more clothes because the heat really dries out my skin and makes me stuffy. I can't sleep with hot air circulating, either, so I'll just put on a lot of clothes and pile on the quilts.
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    the heat really dries out my skin and makes me stuffy
    I really hate that! I've got the winter dry itch skin now, sux0rz. And I feel like suffocating when it gets stuffy But at night I leave the humidifier on cuz I hate waking up with a dry sore throat.

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    never less than 74

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