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Old 11-05-09, 08:33 AM   #26
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It all depends on the R-Value of said woman.
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Old 11-05-09, 08:34 AM   #27
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Old 11-05-09, 09:17 AM   #28
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While I normally agree, my wife can some times be too hot and need it colder. Depends on a lot of things

so take heart guys, not all girls are the opposite.
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Old 11-05-09, 09:19 AM   #29
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I am cold blooded. If you need me, I will be basking on a large flat rock in front of my hole.
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We (I am) cold as a ploy to get a certain Roadie to warm me up.
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Phenomenum... when women are young, they seem to be cold more often. When a woman reaches her 50's it can't be cold enough. 30 degrees? Bring it on! When a woman reaches maturity at 80, she is cold again.

So what you guys need in your office are women ages 50 - 80 and they will be no problem!
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Old 11-05-09, 12:12 PM   #32
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We (I am) cold as a ploy to get a certain Roadie to warm me up.
Damn you MV!
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Old 11-05-09, 12:15 PM   #33
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My wife certainly qualifies as always being cold and insists on warming up by placing those cold parts on me.
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Old 11-05-09, 01:08 PM   #35
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Ha! I'm the heater in our household. Mr Coffeecake has way more muscle mass, but the worst circulation imaginable. I keep waiting for the morning when he wakes up and his feet have turned black and fallen off.
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Ha! I'm the heater in our household. Mr Coffeecake has way more muscle mass, but the worst circulation imaginable. I keep waiting for the morning when he wakes up and his feet have turned black and fallen off.
So, I still have a chance with you? Sweeeeeeet!
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Even without feet, Mr Coffeecake is not to be taken lightly. I've seen him snap a seatpost in two using only one hand.
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Even without feet, Mr Coffeecake is not to be taken lightly. I've seen him snap a seatpost in two using only one hand.
probably....but I know I could out run him in that situation.
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muscle mass...its more metabolically active, and men usually have more of it.
Got the real answer in before me.
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Old 11-05-09, 01:42 PM   #40
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Got the real answer in before me.
yeah, John boy, your a bit slow.
Probably not enough muscle mass.
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Phenomenum... when women are young, they seem to be cold more often. When a woman reaches her 50's it can't be cold enough. 30 degrees? Bring it on! When a woman reaches maturity at 80, she is cold again.

So what you guys need in your office are women ages 50 - 80 and they will be no problem!
Sorry. Wife is 56, and she busts your theory.
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yeah, John boy, your a bit slow.
Probably not enough muscle mass.
Too busy with work.
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Sorry. Wife is 56, and she busts your theory.
He's just trying to free up some more women under 50 for himself.

edit: wait, that doesn't make sense. Pardon me while I go club myself to death.
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what's that?
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He's just trying to free up some more women under 50 for himself.
I don't discriminate once they are over 20.
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Even without feet, Mr Coffeecake is not to be taken lightly. I've seen him snap a seatpost in two using only one hand.
What's this about no feet?
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It's pretty kinky. You should try it sometime.
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It's pretty kinky. You should try it sometime.
doesn't that interfere with the ankle cuffing?
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Eh, I just do a couple quick wraps around the knees.
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Old 11-05-09, 01:47 PM   #50
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Pregnancy is just the opposite. When Mrs. Caloso was carrying the Wonder Twins, we never turned on the heat the whole winter. I think our SMUD bill for January that year was $8.00.

I'd go to bed in ski underwear, wool sox, and a ski hat with three blankets. Mrs. Caloso slept next to an open window with a t-shirt and one thin cotton sheet. One morning I woke up and checked the thermostat: 46F. Like trying to sleep in a meat-locker.
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