We keep our apartment relavitely cool - we don't even usually turn the heat on unless it's really chilly. At least... that's how my roommate likes it. I get colder a lot easier, but I'm fine with a sweater on, or a blanket to curl up in on the couch. The point is... it's never hot in here.
However, my roommate's room gets VERY hot. We usually watch movies in there together, and we do spend a fair amount of time in there sometimes. The door is never closed, so it shouldn't keep any heat in. I was gathering together some laundry to do, and realized that it seems like the heat is coming from the corner/edge of the room where the closet is. That's where his dirty clothes are (in the closet), and when I pulled out some clothes, they were quite warm. It's on the opposite end of the room from the heater, so that's not it.
So I'm curious - if our neighbors on that side keep their apartment very warm, could that be what's making my roommate's room so freaking warm? If it is, would it be considered rude to ask them to turn their heat down during the day?
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