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  1. #1
    Somebody Guest

    Default cold

    I worked up a sweat playing racquetball and when got home took a nap...
    woke up chilled... Couldn't find a blanket, only thing was the electric
    blanket... But after a couple hours, got warm again. For a while there, my
    hands were like ice.

    Note to self.: should probably put the electric blanket on the bed and plug
    it in tonight.




  2. #2
    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: cold

    On Sat, 6 Oct 2012 21:40:18 -0400, "Somebody" <e@[email protected]> wrote:

    >I worked up a sweat playing racquetball and when got home took a nap...
    >woke up chilled... Couldn't find a blanket, only thing was the electric
    >blanket... But after a couple hours, got warm again. For a while there, my
    >hands were like ice.
    >
    >Note to self.: should probably put the electric blanket on the bed and plug
    >it in tonight.


    Maybe make a note to buy a couple of winter blankets. I very recently
    bought two very warm woolen blankets at the local thrift store, only
    $5 each, they are in like new condition and were recently dry cleaned.
    They will be perfect for my barn cat Newt. I wouldn't sleep with an
    electric blanket, wouldn't even own one. I do have a small electric
    heating pad but I can't remember why I bought it and haven't used it
    for probably more than 40 years. I don't even remember where it is,
    I'm thinking somewhere in my linen closet but I wouldn't bet on it.
    Don't be such a cheapo bastard, buy yourself some warm blankets,
    they'll be a lot less money than the doctor bills when you come down
    with pneumonia.

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