I've lived in Florida my entire life, and I have a pretty dramatic reaction once the temperature drops below 75 degrees. I'm perfectly content with too-hot summers and wear sweaters year-round. 100 degrees outside? No problem. 60 degrees outside? I'd rather die. Even when I'm indoors, it's a struggle. I'm wrapped in a blanket and wearing wool socks as I write this. If you're someone else who's always cold, you know the struggle. But if you aren't in the always-shivering club, you may be wondering what holiday gift to get a friend who's always freezing — or, if you're me, what you can buy yourself to try to warm up even slightly.
It may seem strange to give someone a gift based on their body temperature, but I'm so much more pleasant to be around when I'm warm. I even bought a blanket to keep in my car so I can grab it if I'm in public and feel cold. Those of us who are always cold are also easy to please. My friends and family could buy me blankets and socks, and I'd be eternally grateful. As any person who's always cold will tell you, you can never have too many blankets or socks. But there are lots of other cool (ha) ideas you can get on too. Here's a list of perfect gifts for the chillest friend in your life.