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scott8811
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Ratchet City, LA
Member since Oct 2014
7092 posts

re: How protective are your (or you) dads of the thermostat
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Well fast forward a decade or so and he is still like this. And now as someone with my own place I find myself knowing immediately if someone has fricked with my own thermostat and also being pretty protective of it.


My wife likes it warmer so I've just bought her an arsenal of blankets over the years. Well somedays I come home from work and soon as I walk though the door I know it aint right....I go to the thermostat and it's only off by a degree or 2 but dammit it's too warm


fishfighter
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2008
40026 posts

re: How protective are your (or you) dads of the thermostat
Keep mine at 70 in the day, 68 at night.


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deltaland
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Mar 2011
59943 posts

re: How protective are your (or you) dads of the thermostat
I’m not too protective of it as long as it’s not hot inside. It can’t be too cold for me.


I love how I’ll have it set on 67 and my gf complains it’s too hot, so I adjust it to 66 and 15 minutes later she says “it’s freezing in here.”

Impossible to please


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CFC1905
Louisiana, unfortunately
Member since Nov 2020
174 posts

re: How protective are your (or you) dads of the thermostat
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I break out my Catholic school ruler if someone touch my thermostat


Is this code for a preist's pecker?


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Earthquake 88
LSU Fan
Mobile
Member since Jan 2010
2196 posts

re: How protective are your (or you) dads of the thermostat
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I have a smart thermostat so I can use the app and I don't have to get up when my wife tries to sneak by me that she has raised it to like 82 or something. I like my house feeling like a meat storage and she likes it feeling like August in Louisiana.


I do the same thing with my Vivint home security system. If anyone turns it above 67 or 68 I turn it right back down from my cell phone.


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Muthsera
Florida Fan
Member since Jun 2017
6217 posts

re: How protective are your (or you) dads of the thermostat
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I suffered for years as my dad kept the thermostat set at 76-78


I vowed that when I had my own house it would never be above 73.


All of this.

I just spent Thanksgiving at my parents place. It was 70° outside and I swear the goddamn heat was on.. Had to be at least 75 in the house..

We keep it 68-70 during the day and 64-66 at night.


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