That is funnier than hell! I ran across the same plan on Knowledge Weighs Nothing yesterday and had to try it out.check it out! im so pleased to see stuff like this. I can dig it!
Natural Cures Not Medicine: Heat Your Room For 15 Cents a Day
Or maybe an alcohol stove? Cheap enough to run on E85 if you light it outside and wait a few seconds until the petroleum burns off.Why is it that I immediately default to the "bigger is better" mindset? I'm talking multiple huge candles and pots large enough to plant a tree in
If I have to change my oil at 44 degrees in a tee shirt, . . . it ain't gonna get done, . . . you can take that to the bank.Today it was 32 degrees when I got up and warmed to about 44, which is about average as I changed the oil on my truck in my Tshirt.
My point is the average human being can get used to cold temperatures (and even use them as a weight loss program) so just suck it up and save money and go COLD
That is a great idea! I will install it tomorrow. Then I can lock you in the kitchen and not let you out until you bake me a cake or some cookies or something!I am thinking that a larger pot and one of those fat four wick candles would be enough to warm our bathroom enough so one wouldn't shriek when sitting. I was surprise how hot the pot got with four small candles and how long the candles lasted even being so small. Options are good to have. Maybe I need a door with lock for the kitchen.
An alcohol stove would certainly work better. But I am paranoid about burning denatured alcohol in an area that is not well vented, like a house. What are your thoughts on the matter?Or maybe an alcohol stove? Cheap enough to run on E85 if you light it outside and wait a few seconds until the petroleum burns off.
Mrs Inor does not let me near HER kitchen, except for some very limited and specific tasks. And that is not without good reason. When our two girls were little, they and I decided it would be a great idea to bake some cookies for her for Mother's Day. Mrs Inor spent over a week just trying to clean up the damage the three of us caused in just a few hours.I've always found it safer and easier to just ask my wife if she would like some brownies or a cake or cookies. If she says, "that would be lovely" then I know I will make it myself but if she tells me she was just thinking about making some then I know she will make it. I am sure that the Inors are partners too, but if not then it will be sad to lose Inor but we can still visit with Mrs.Inor.