It's man vs. women in the thermostat wars!
"This is a real phenomenon," said Kathryn Sandberg, director of the Georgetown University Center for the Study of Sex Differences in Health, Aging and Disease. "We have lots of data showing that women generally are far more sensitive to feelings of cold."
Wait, women are sensitive? Or men are insensitive? Well, apparently studies show that women are more susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia. And Sandberg conducted a test in which male and female volunteers held their hands in ice water as long as possible and found that women were typically quicker to call it quits. But maybe women are just less interested in pain!
The husbands are always trying to lower the temperature, and the ladies are always freezing. In the end...If Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. Sorry Dad, the thermostat is being
controlled by the ladies. The End!