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to think I should not have to wear pyjamas and have an extra duvet on the bed in august?

(18 Posts)
hatwoman Tue 19-Aug-08 23:16:34

I'm not a fan of heat in partciular but someone's really taking the piss and I'm starting to get cross...

WendyWeber Tue 19-Aug-08 23:17:40

Drink more wine, darling (you will wake up in muck sweat & fling off covers)

ThatBigGermanPrison Tue 19-Aug-08 23:18:08

I'm sitting here in the midlands in vest and shorts and I'm comfortable - where are you, Fife?

LynetteScavo Tue 19-Aug-08 23:19:28

I wore ski socks to bed last night, as well as an extra duvet.

DH says I can't have the heating on untill October.

hatwoman Tue 19-Aug-08 23:19:47

Kingston upon Thames my dear. and I don;t care what dh says it's bloody freezing. for august.

southeastastra Tue 19-Aug-08 23:19:48

i know, i'm thinking of buying a small fan heater, get's so cold at night

Bowddee Tue 19-Aug-08 23:20:00



I'm sitting here in the Midlands with the blardy heating on!

stealthsquiggle Tue 19-Aug-08 23:21:21

TBGP is fibbing, hatwoman (or she has the heating on) - it's freezing in the midlands too [shiver]

Flibbertyjibbet Tue 19-Aug-08 23:22:22

We are in Lancashire, had the heating on last night and tonight - and I'm waiting for the kettle to boil so i can fill my HOT WATER BOTTLE!!!!

Alambil Wed 20-Aug-08 00:17:55

I sleep nekkid under just the duvet COVER - no duvet inside with the window open too; it's perfectly warm enough!

I'm not putting my heating on until October or November - possibly later if I can help it

piratecat Wed 20-Aug-08 00:22:24

lewisfan you are just showing off now.

right i'm off to comfort eat, fill my hot water bottle, and make a brew.

where's me slippers.

MintChocAddict Wed 20-Aug-08 00:24:59

I'm in Scotland. People don't wear PJs and have an extra duvet every night then??????wink

Overmydeadbody Wed 20-Aug-08 00:29:04

It is farkin ridiculous weather for August, I remember not so long ago August was a summer month!shock I think it is suffering a midlife crisis and trying to fit in with the Autumn crowd.

Pixel Wed 20-Aug-08 19:33:48

I've had a week's camping so I'm still acclimatised. I'm sitting here on the sofa with the back door wide open (living-room is at back of house) and the rain pouring down about 4ft away from me. It's quite nice really, reminds me of our holiday grin.
Would still prefer to be outside the door enjoying some evening sun though sad.

TheCrackFox Wed 20-Aug-08 19:40:25

Had to put the gas fire on last night - I was freezing.

GrimmaTheNome Wed 20-Aug-08 19:45:32

It really isn't that cold.(In Lancashire anyway). external temp even at this time of
the evening is over 16. Our (unheated) house is at over 21. We are keeping bedroom curtains shut during day, as per summer usual, to stop it getting too warm to sleep
comfortably.

Can't believe anyone is cold enough to need heating as opposed to a cardi and maybe a pair of socks.

expatinscotland Wed 20-Aug-08 19:47:37

Have a dram of whisky. That will heat you up.

We wear long-sleeves and trousers pretty much all summer.

And woolie socks.

WilfSell Wed 20-Aug-08 19:49:41

my heating is broken sad and [fleeced emoticon]

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