I work in a lot of different offices. A lot of them are heat controlled. Meaning someone gets to control the thermostat for the entire building. That means, depending on what floor or area they use as their baseline, people can be freezing or sweating while a few people are comfortable. Most often than not, I seem to be in places that are boiling. I do not do well in heat as I'm sure I've said many times. Sometimes, I get lucky and I am in a place that doesn't have a dress code or it is very lax, and I get to adjust what I'm wearing to fit whatever it is I'm going to experience that day. Most places I do not. When most people go to work in an office in winter they are concerned with making sure they have a light coat or layers to stay warm. I'm always praying I don't sweat through my clothes and wish I can rock other layers.
Shantz - Director of dice rolling failure and comedic timing