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#21
(21-07-2021, 02:39 PM)Bangle1 Wrote: Has anyone had success with a ceiling fan?

I have ceiling fans in three rooms (living room, bedroom, home office).
The cats love them and sleep beneath them. Cloud 9
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#22
I've got fans, a device which uses chilled water (does work, but not miracles) and have taken off all the clothing I can. Any further suggestions?
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#23
I have central air in my new house. Big Grin

Eagerly awaiting my first electric bill.
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#24
Had sex today and there was a literally constant flow of sweat running down both of our backs. Absolutely atrocious conditions for coitus. Looked like a watersports session at the end.
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#25
I had to stop eating my lunch to laugh at that.
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#26
Freezing a hot water bottle (full of water) is the way I'm hearing a lot about this year, either put it/them in your bed before you get in it or hug it all night long.  In this heat every little helps!
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#27
Does England not have/believe in AC units?
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#28
(21-07-2021, 09:28 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Does England not have/believe in AC units?

We (used to) get hot weather so infrequently that it is a bit of a white elephant device for 50 weeks of the year.
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#29
(21-07-2021, 09:30 PM)Gino Yurenni Wrote:
(21-07-2021, 09:28 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Does England not have/believe in AC units?

We (used to) get hot weather so infrequently that it is a bit of a white elephant device for 50 weeks of the year.

Two weeks of misery?  Five days for me.
I never had a/c installed in my apartment for a variety of reasons, partly because I have a high tolerance for heat and like it better than being "refrigerated".
New York can get pretty hot in the summer, but for me there are about five days every summer where I wish I had a/c (so far none).  So I'll suffer for five days rather than have those ugly boxes in my windows (no central a/c in my building).  I like open windows anyway (with window screens because of the cats inside and bugs outside).  I spend the summer walking around my apartment in shorts and shirtless and sleep naked.  The ceiling fans are just right for me.  In fact the thing that I dislike the most about summer is the sometimes oppressive a/c on buses, in subways, restaurants, theaters, offices, etc.  I always kept a sweater in the office at work. Cold
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(20-07-2021, 06:00 PM)Andy Wrote: I'm astounded in this day and age of sending people into space that there isn't a small, silent, cheap appliance everyone is able to buy and store easily that is able to cool a room down a few degrees so you can sleep comfortably. Like some sort of mini AC without the need to vent. I'm sorry fans just don't cut it for me! Surely someone would make an absolute fortune?

I could be wrong, but I think that actually exists, but they are very expensive.

(20-07-2021, 10:56 PM)ladsnet Wrote: One of the problems here in the UK is that for the last few decades the obsession has been energy saving so we now have homes that are superb at trapping heat to keep us warm.

Which in 30'C heat are a nightmare.

I just hope that you all get in-home central air conditioning before you have to endure temperatures which equate to about 40 to 50 Celsius.  That's how hot it can get in some parts of the Southern US for most of every Summer anymore without a freak rainstorm or cold front.
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#31
My dogs would not have survived this in my former apartment. It was 80 with the AC full blast and I had to keep them in the unconditioned bathroom.
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#32
(20-07-2021, 12:06 AM)Heinrich Wrote: A week of 90-degrees Fahrenheit. I'm used to a couple in the depths of July, but I cannot remember over an entire week of it.

Personally, I think you should take off all your clothes and sleep outside, just be careful you don't start generating heat.
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#33
(22-07-2021, 08:06 AM)Xavier10 Wrote:
(20-07-2021, 12:06 AM)Heinrich Wrote: A week of 90-degrees Fahrenheit. I'm used to a couple in the depths of July, but I cannot remember over an entire week of it.

Personally, I think you should take off all your clothes and sleep outside, just be careful you don't start generating heat.

Mosquito bites on his cock might be a bigger worry.
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#34
The weather this week reminds me of 1990. Only then it got up to 37ºC - very muggy though.

But there's nothing better than chilling outdoors in the sun, or indoors with a cool drink. Approve
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