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Poll: What do you wear to sleep in?
This poll is closed.
Au naturel / birthday suit
40.00%
16 40.00%
Full PJs / Nightgown
15.00%
6 15.00%
PJ Top
5.00%
2 5.00%
PJ Bottom
7.50%
3 7.50%
Cap
2.50%
1 2.50%
Socks
15.00%
6 15.00%
Other: Please explain in thread
15.00%
6 15.00%
Total 40 vote(s) 100%
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Sleepwear
#1
Exclaimation 
I've finally caved to those hose-heads who insist that I create a new poll/survey (that most members will ignore). Whistle

Besides the life-saving devices you put on every night, what do you sleep in?

I sleep au naturel except for a pair of short socks (keeps my feet warm and saves on sheets being ripped to pieces). Laugh-a-lot

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#2
I keep our house temp down to 65 degrees F during the winter (unless we have a fire going in the wood stove). That low of a temp, and sleepin' nekid just ain't an option. I'm suited up with full night-ware, usually a long sleeve pullover, sweats, and heck, sometimes even a wool cap and when it gets to be sub-zero F outside, even light gloves. Our bed is on an outside wall, too, which makes it a bit cold.

In the summertime, don't need any of that stuff. oldman
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#3
I also keep house temp down, usually around 66 at night, so socks, pj's are necessary.
Also, hubby and I have separate blankets because he has the annoying habit of rolling over and taking everything with him! UGH. Annoyed-and-disappointed
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#5
You're both wuzzes! Our rheostat automatically set the temp to 61 at night during the winter months and 78 during the summer months. Dancing
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#6
(03-12-2015, 08:37 AM)PollCat Wrote: You're both wuzzes!

Wuzziness is in the eye of the beholder. Too-funny

For me as a diabetic, I get darn cold at night, as my circulation to the feets and hands ain't want it used to be.

Mornincoffee
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#7
(03-12-2015, 08:37 AM)PollCat Wrote: You're both wuzzes! Our rheostat automatically set the temp to 61 at night during the winter months and 78 during the summer months. Dancing


Yes, I accept the title. :grin:
Coffee
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#8
I sleep in gym shorts and a tee shirt. I don't want my wife or dogs spotting from laughing too hard. Dielaughing
Statistics prove that people who have more birthdays live longer.
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#9
In the winter, I often sleep with socks because my feet get cold. I get hot so I stick them out then I get cold so I pull them back out. Rinse, repeat. So by putting on socks, I can just keep them out.

And I sleep in just my boxers all year. Yes, I said boxers. Women undies are stoopid. Boxer briefs are way more comfy, practical, and not stoopid. Except for that weird pocket in the front. I tried carrying my cell phone in there once.
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#10
When the kids/grandkids are around I wear sweats. Wouldn't want to traumatize the little ones at 3:00 in the morning. When they are not around, the sweats stay in the closet.
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