Neilmay had his/her post deleted from the Winter Wood Supplies thread so posted it here.
In the previously mentioned thread we were discussing the ratio of wood used to heat your house in relation to the inside temperature you feel most comfortable. Obviously, if you can afford to burn wood like matchsticks and your home inside temperature is 25 deg C then, you'd probably walk about in your underwear.
However, if like myself, you don't light your fire unless really cold then the temperature can be as low as 15 deg C in my house. Those of us that are 'pre-central heating' era from the UK and remember coming down stairs to a cold kitchen and living room before the coal fire was lit, will remember how it felt.
Therefore, the question is not so daft as it might look on first viewing. During the winter months indoors, I nearly always wear a thermal long sleeved T shirt with a light scarf and a good sweater and bobble hat (minus bobble). I would usually wear trousers or sports trousers (the latter have a lining) and thick socks. I don't wear slippers, just flip flops and cannot stand cold feet. If I'm watching downloads on the computer then, I'd probably get under a blanket to.
However, when the Petchka is lit, I would usually have to remove my sweater, scarf and hat when the temperature reaches circa the 20 deg C mark.