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Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« on: January 07, 2014, 07:11:25 PM »
A significant portion of southern Canada & the USA is experiencing unusual extreme cold with high winds... triggering storms in some areas. Single digit (F) temperatures in even Atlanta. Teens (F) in parts Florida.

http://news.yahoo.com/swirling-39-polar-vortex-39-over-northern-us-201025164.html
http://www.goes.noaa.gov/GSSLOOPS/ecwv.html

So what's your warm sissy/AB stuff? Or warm sissy/AB stuff you want. Long sleeved heavy Victorian style dresses, footed sleepers, pink jamies? Or do you just waste a lot of energy cranking up the heat, & spending a small fortune on your energy bills?

Although I like my pink or patterned footed sleepers, I can't answer the door like that. But late, when I don't have to worry about it, to unzip it, & pull it down to my knees to go poo on a cold toilet seat in a cool bathroom in the middle of the night isn't fun with my bare torso exposed to the cold air.

I keep an electric heater in there to warm things up fast, or so I don't freeze getting out of the shower or bath, but when I go poo, it's only warmed up enough by the time I'm almost done anyway.

So for me it's usually either a long-sleeved, over the knee frilly red Victorian style dress I got from Milanoo years ago or my pink or patterned girl style sweatpants & sweatshirt or girl's hoodie. Not very frilly but cozy, comfy, & girly on a cccold night.

What's your favorite cozy warm outfit on a cccold night during the "Vortex"?








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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2014, 07:39:48 PM »
VORTEX... LOL. Last year we would have called this a dip in the jetstream, but a vortex sounds much more dramatic, like we're all being sucked into a black hole or another dimension on Star Trek. My driveway here in Allentown in Buffalo is still blown bare, but the yard next door got a couple inches over the past 36 hours.

No blizzard here, just lots of cold wind. But again, the national news is showing peeps buried up to their tits in snow in Buffalo. Nope, that's 40 or more miles away from Buffalo, & they're standing beside snow banks made by snow plows & snow blowers. In the deepest far regions, it's up to the knees. With the high winds blowing around, visibility is bad in some areas, not from falling snow but from the stuff already on the ground, blowing around.

But it's very cold & windy here.

What little snow we got is blowing around like a sandstorm because it's too cold for it to stick anywhere. The news is comparing it to the blizzard of '77. Huh? I've seen the pix of the worst hit suburbs. There's no comparison. I remember at least a couple dozen storms worse than this since 1977. And every winter we get some single digit or below zero temps. What is unusual is that the cold effected such a vast area off the continent.

Can't afford too much heat, so let the heat inside get down to the 40s F by morning. But the kitties & I were cozy under the blankets with my pink patterned sleeper. But holy shyt was it cold going to poo in the morning. Couldn't warm up the place fast enough, before I couldn't hold it anymore.

56F inside now. Wearing pink girls sweatpants & hoodie. Fuzzy warm red Christmas socks, with fuzzy warm red underwear. So I'm nice, cozy & warm. Kitties don't mind cold until it gets down to the 40s when they want to sleep. But then they curl up with each other against me when they're sleeping & are fine.

They won't go to their favorite window in the unheated back room I use for storage anymore. It's their best view of birds, squirrels, & other wildlife. It just got to cold even for them. I kept their litter box, food, & water back there, & keep a curtain hanging over the doorway to keep the cold out of the rest of the place, but still allow easy access for the cats to get back there.

Their water dish froze back there, so their box, food, & water has been moved to the kitchen. I used to keep that stuff in the bathroom, but they get into too much mischief & trouble in the bathroom (playing with my hairbrush, toothbrush, pulling the towels onto the floor, & shredding the toilet paper), so don't want them hanging out in there, where I can't see them anymore.


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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2014, 10:19:47 PM »
Don't want to feel the Vortex blowing up my skirt so on days like this I wear pink silk panties under my fleece lined tights. Then on with my cords and shirt and heavy knit sweater and a big coat with hood to go out and try to clean the ice off my sidewalk and driveway. What a waste of time that was so I went in and made coffee and put on a thick cotton diaper under two pairs of plastic pants and then the tights again and into bed to watch TV.  Fell asleep for a couple of hours as I had a noisy night listening to the frost quakes popping nails in my attic and walls and on my fence and deck. Not heard it as bad as that for years so I guess my spring job will be to see how many nails have popped and fix them all before next winter. Hope you are keeping warm Betty and glad you have your kitty's to help keep you snuggley and warm.
Andy G. hope you too are keeping warm in NYC and are getting to work OK. The nice thing about retirement is going back to bed when you feel like it if you have no appointments to go to. The worst thing about it is retirement income doesn't go up like the heating bills do. Stay safe and warm all of you, luv & hugs Angela M...

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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2014, 10:46:04 PM »
A pair of black tights on my legs keeps me warm on colder nights.  They feel great hugging your legs, and they keep your legs, feet, and toes warm like footie pyjamas.  And you don't have to be worried about being spotted in them.  Just put a pair of pants over them.  They are a tad more sheer than socks and don't have the ribbing that men's socks have, but unless someone were staring at your legs they wouldn't know you were wearing tights instead of socks, especially if you put on shoes too.  And if you were really concerned that someone would recognize them, you could always put socks over them as well.

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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #4 on: January 07, 2014, 11:40:56 PM »
Hey Alison,
I have loved tights all my life and have many many of them in all colours and types, from sheer shiny Danskins to lovly fleece and cable knit tights I wear all winter. The cable knit ones look like socks so I don't have to hide them unless I pick a pair of white or purple or other colour that may give me away. My favourites are the light pink Ballet tights I wear when exercising or figure skating but of course when out I wear them under pants and socks.  Of course my favourites for winter are the new fleece lined ones I got last Christmas and again this year also in black, brown, grey and purple.
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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2014, 02:34:31 PM »
I have been watching with a sense of awe the extreme weather you are experiencing at the moment. If we here in the UK have more than a sprinkling of snow the country grinds to a halt.  Luckily we do not suffer your extremes of cold weather but that doesn't mean we can afford to turn up the central heating either. I like to snuggle in flannel, sometime a full length nightdress or a pair of pink pyjamas. The nighties are fine for lolling about in but I must admit they are no good for actually wearing to bed, the pyjamas are more practical I find.  I hope you all survive your big freeze unscathed.

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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #6 on: January 08, 2014, 05:56:14 PM »
Hi,

No sissy apparel but I've been going outside looking like the Michelin man, five layers of shirt, down vest, sweatshirt, flannel shirt and heavy coat, along with the hat, earmuffs, scarf and gloves. I've been lucky in that I haven't had to wait very long for the bus in the morning. My biggest frustration is that I can do my job from home but my employer is elderly and doesn't believe in the virtual office. Which is ironic as he is in another state and we transact all our business over the Internet and phone. But I'm just holding on a few more years to build up my nest egg so I can ditch the commute one way or another.

Andy G.

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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2014, 10:01:55 PM »
Hey Andy G,
don't forget to include the cost both monetary and timewise when you are ready to retire as you will save more than you think each week you no longer need to do that. I was surprised at how much I saved each week no longer driving to work or packing lunches and snacks etc. and also clothes needed for work as well.  My diet has also improved as I no longer need to eat as much as I did and eat smaller more healthy meals and no snacks. I have also become a coupon clipper for my weekly shopping and save $10 TO $12 a week by doing careful shopping. I must say though it was in part something I had started to do before retirement for my mothers sake as she was worried she would not have enough money to last her lifetime and asked me to watch what I spent. She lived a good life until age 90 and lacked for nothing she needed, kept her car going and often would go out for lunches and dinners with all her friends. There may still be a nice little nest egg left after the lawyer is done with the estate if I watch things carefully.
I am still in my own home and find it cheaper than renting an apartment so far but when the upkeep and expenses are greater than a retirement home that provides meals, laundry and housekeeping  etc. for my own unit, I will consider that and will be looking for a new place to live. I was looking to place mom in something like that but found the costs to be between $3,000.00 and $4,000.00 a month in our small city and way more in the bigger centers near by.
Keep warm Andy and wish for an early spring like I am.
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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #8 on: January 08, 2014, 10:32:21 PM »
Hey Bertha,
I have been watching the extreme weather the UK is having in some areas. The weather patterns have changed somewhat for the little blue planet we live on. We have not had extreme weather like this since the 70's and 80's if my memory serves me right. I remember extreme cold after I bought me first house and heard the cracking and creaking of Frost Quakes at night as the nails were popping in the attic. I also have photo's of my Camaro sitting in the driveway totally covered by a blizzard that took days to dig out from. I was just getting used to the milder winter in Southern Ontario the last few years and then we got zapped this year with snow and Ice storms that wreaked havoc at Christmas and cut power to many homes and businesses over the holiday season. Hope your doing OK in your part of the UK, I have family in Wales, Manchester and London areas.  Luv & Hugs Angela M...

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Re: Sissy stuff to keep warm with during the "VORTEX"?
« Reply #9 on: January 09, 2014, 01:29:35 AM »
Whew! Had a long, hard cold weather related emergency last night. It's a good thing I wasn't dressed like a sissy because everything happened so fast & there were lots of people running around frantically. It took me 23 hours to get things almost back to normal. By the time I'm done typing this I will have been up for 24 hours. It's a long story, so I'll leave that for another section here: http://unclegadget.com/BettysPubs/SisBoard/index.php?topic=433

Wow! Fleece tights sound wonderful. Where can I find them in colors cheaper than a dress? And a fleece-lined long sleeve leotard to go with it. Can't find shiny tights anywhere anymore either.

The tights I have aren't warm, & itch my legs after a couple hours. But they were the cheapest colored girl tights around, so they're probably not made from good material.

The last time I was outside it was 12F. I wore 2 pairs of socks, long underwear, sweatpants, & heavy jeans over them all. On top, t-shirt, long sleeve shirt, sweatshirt, hoodie, & then my very heavy, quilted-lined leather jacket. Very long scarf, fuzzy-lined leather gloves.

The leather jacket is now 20 years old. Not exactly new looking anymore, but still is in remarkable shape for it's age, & for what it went through over the years. It has that "broken in" look. It's very warm, & fashionable enough for any gay or straight man... but not very sissy-like.

I stayed in when it got near 0F


 

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