Naked At Home - 2014 / 2021 -

For people who like to be naked in the house...

For everyone at home during the colder winter months, what do you do if you start getting cold? Clothes are a last resort, and an almost non-option, really. So what do you all do? Turn up the heat? Grab a blanket? I'm curious how you stay warm!

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I have a space heater that could heat up Hell.

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My house is normally set at 68 during the day and 62 at night so I am usually warm enough to be naked at home. However during the last 2 days with the winter storm and high winds I felt cool and turned the heat up to 72. I always sleep nude but if i feel cool during the day I may throw on jeans and a tee shirt. I'm always freeballing though. Can't stand to wear underwear anymore.

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I'm lucky enough to have no such dilemma. My wife feels the cold, even when clothed, and so the house temperature is always OK for my nudity.

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Put on some socks.

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Put on some socks.

Might need a third sock, depending on what gets cold.

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Put on some socks.Might need a third sock, depending on what gets cold.

I've seen some of those online!

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I have a woodstove that keeps the living area around 78 and the rest of the house at 70 and live nude all the time

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I grew up in a house with a woodstove ( well actually coal in the winter) and it was fine....except for the fact that I had to bring in the wood and the coal....when I left home my parents got a furnace

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Clermont, Florida area. It has been cold since late November. Few days on the lanai when temperature struggled to 80. Heat set at 77. We have grown to comfortable with Florida warmth, and we sure do miss it!

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I seriously envy you, my house runs 64 to 66 most of the Winter.

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