What do you do to keep warm on these cold winter days/nights?

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Skip  Gentry Profile
Skip Gentry answered

Put on my flannel pajamas, my slipper socks, and cuddle up to my fluffy dog.

Jaimie  JT Profile
Jaimie JT answered

I would answer this Q but this is a PG-13 site :O in all seriousness though a bottle of  red wine a big blue blanket and some awesome company work :)

Corey The Goofyhawk Profile
Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

A hot and fresh pizza with my lady right beside me! It works great, lol.

Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

I'm not complaining. It reached 41*C the other day (that's about 106*F) so I appreciate the occasional cool night when it comes.

Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

I turn the heat up and drink hot coffee.

Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

I've had to set fire to my bedside cabinet again tonight. It's ruining the other decor. It's warm though (although I think the asbestos blankets I now have to use may not be THAT good for my health.)

Hey, it could be worse....

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

When I lived up north, one of the best purchases I made was a heated mattress pad. Turn in on about 15 minutes before going to bed, and you never get into a cold bed. Put a down comforter on top and it was nice and toasty.  Also a fire place and lots of tea.

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Danae Hitch commented
Until I worked retail in the bedding department, I didn't know there was such a thing as a heated mattress pad. Everyone knows about the electric blanket. Now you have the choice of being heated from the top and having the heat go down, or heated from the bottom up, so to speak. Choices - it's a thing of beauty!
Yo Kass Profile
Yo Kass answered

I wear Hawaiian shirts, turn the heating up and pretend it's summer. Luckily, even though it's frosty outside, the sun is still shining.

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hey cameron answered

I'm really skinny so I tend to get cold more easily than anyone else in my family. I make sure to wear thermal socks and if necessary, a beanie or gloves when I go out. Inside, I just make sure the heat is turned up :)

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