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my oh says im not dumb i just dont have any common sence

#2
That's about 'room temperature'... :)
 
#5
Yeah that's warm hun... Room temp is 16..so warmer than your avg living room

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#6
its lik an irish summer hun xXx

LMAO Aye -21 degrees sees a mass of neon bikinis and red bodies covered in cooking oil here!

I'd say 'warmish'.
 
#7
mmmm warmth !!! those were the days. xx
 
#8
Sorry but as I stated in my original reply and contrary to subsequent posts, room temperature is generally considered to be 20 to 25 degrees centigrade - a comfortable temperature not 'warm'. All a matter of opinion I guess, if you live in the north perhaps 20 is quite warm but in most places it's the bottom end of room temperature... and 16 is definitely cold! Brrrr :gen125:

I guess in Britain, not shivering is often quite a good result for our holiday temperature!

From Wikipedia: "Room temperature
is a common term to denote a certain temperature within enclosed space at which humans are accustomed. Room temperature is thus often indicated by general human comfort, with the common range of 20°C (68°F) to 25°C (77 °F), though climate may acclimatize people to higher or lower temperatures".
 
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#9
Lol thanx all xxx p.s does any one know if its gonna rain today heading off out in a min
 
#10
I've got to finish off some varnishing outside so I am hoping not!
 
#11
Sorry but as I stated in my original reply and contrary to subsequent posts, room temperature is generally considered to be 20 to 25 degrees centigrade - a comfortable temperature not 'warm'. All a matter of opinion I guess, if you live in the north perhaps 20 is quite warm but in most places it's the bottom end of room temperature... and 16 is definitely cold! Brrrr :gen125:

I guess in Britain, not shivering is often quite a good result for our holiday temperature!

From Wikipedia: "Room temperature is a common term to denote a certain temperature within enclosed space at which humans are accustomed. Room temperature is thus often indicated by general human comfort, with the common range of 20°C (68°F) to 25°C (77 °F), though climate may acclimatize people to higher or lower temperatures".

guess that's me told! LOL!

I bow to your superior knowledge of warmth Ric!

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#12
Hey! It's easy to be an expert with t'internet! And I bet 16 degrees IS room temperature for Eskimo's. :)
 
#13
Your OH and mine too!!!! He is always saying I may be intelligent but I have no common sense!!!!

I'd say 21 degrees was a nice warm day in this country but cool for the Med! Don't know about rain - hope it held off for you and you had a lovely day out.

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