The thermostat reads 85 degrees

I watched this movie where four different dads were staying in a huge vacation cabin with their families over the holidays. In one scene, one of the teenage daughters said that she liked sleeping with her windows open, even though it was absolutely freezing outside. In order to stay warm while her windows were open, she’d come out and crank the thermostat in the big cabin up to around 85 degrees, which made everyone else sweaty and miserable. She didn’t care, though, because she was a selfish bratty teenager who only thought about herself! Well, in this certain scene, all of the dads ended up holding a meeting in the hallway right next to the thermostat, which read 85 degrees. They were all in their dad “tighty-whitey” underwear and they had a discussion about how the thermostat in a house is sacred ground and only the dads, who have to pay the utility bills, have the sacred right to touch it. They banged on the daughter’s door and told the girl to close her windows and put on a sweater. They were yelling about how only a single degree difference on the thermostat can affect the heating bill for the month and then they ending up cutting the heat down to 70 degrees instead of the ridiculous 85 degrees. Then when they all went back to their rooms and the temperature started to get back to normal, of course the teenage girl came out and turned the thermostat all the way back up to 85 and then she went back into her room and opened her windows up again. Just goes to show you how teenagers will scheme in order to get their own way.

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