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Why I never fasten my coat

My theory is, if my coat is flapping open, I *could* be warmer, so I'm never as cold as I could be, therefore I'm warm.

I used to have a theory that you would start in a light jacket, move to a heavier jacket, then a coat, then a down coat as you got acclimated to winter. I didn't figure out for a very long time that it made more sense to dress for the day's weather not some arc of decreasing temperatures.

I'm sure my first theory is just as lame but somehow it doesn't seem to be. Logical fallacy, anybody?
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