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Do people leave their heating on over night. ? Needs to be about -10c for that for me.

No, only ever done that when it dropped to -16c in 2010 :)

So far, still only had the heating on once.  And that was to dry clothes earlier this month..... :D

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another reason why i hate this time of year, having the heating on makes my lips crack and dry out for weeks on end , its very unpleasant, might invest in a humidifier , cant wait for spring and to open the windows to let fresh natural air circulate round the house without loosing £££££££  in heating costs

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Well the heating is on at work and as happens every year, the thermostat is broken so it's stuck on full. Never been to work in a bikini before!

Ay, caramba!

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 Never been to work in a bikini before!

 

Me neither, but some of the guys at our place are so far gone that I wouldn't be surprised if they did. That would be horrible but the birds would be most welcome to. Unlikely right now tho' - the place is like Greenland, so I'm told. I think it's still quite balmy for the time of year.

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Well the heating is on at work and as happens every year, the thermostat is broken so it's stuck on full. Never been to work in a bikini before!

I've got mine on tonight, in fact it hasn't been switched off for more than a week at night, since winter ended. During the day it has been warm enough, but not quite bikini weather.............not that I have ever worn one. :nonono:

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I've got mine on tonight, in fact it hasn't been switched off for more than a week at night, since winter ended. During the day it has been warm enough, but not quite bikini weather.............not that I have ever worn one. :nonono:

mankini lassie !!!!:0..
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I've got mine on tonight, in fact it hasn't been switched off for more than a week at night, since winter ended. During the day it has been warm enough, but not quite bikini weather.............not that I have ever worn one. :nonono:

still haven't turned on my heating since I returned last May 2014..not even sure that it works.

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I'm actually sitting here with no shirt on and all the windows open.

Have you made sure you're in your own home? :oops: *Sirens heard in the distance*

 

I've set fire to my neighbour ,not particularly warming but shure is fun to watch ......

I'm saving mine for guy fawkes night :oops::diablo:

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Just got home and the other half has got the heater on,it is 13 deg outside though,that was a short summer!!

No heating yet but 13 deg here too, never known a summer with so many cold day's.

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May be lighting the log-burner late on in the evenings over the next few days, Just to keep the chill off..

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my heating is set to come on 0600-2400 every day of the year with a hall temperature of 21C or below. It has triggered off and on for the last few days, usually for about 1 hour or so.

I'm an old un you see so feel the cold not like you young uns!

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No way! I point blank refuse to touch the heating until October :D (although I may change that plan if it turns out to be really freezing up here by then!)

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