My problem was that while hiking I am fine with one pair of socks. By the time I get to camp my feet are usually wet or damp. Then I mess around camp for an hour or so cooking and setting up. I would change my socks right before I got into my hammock to keep my sleeping clothes dry. By that time they were pretty cold and took a long time to warm up.
I guess my point is that if they are chilled before you get in, then they are going to take a long time to warm up. Or you need to change your sleeping insulation around to account for it.
Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
The hanger formly known as "hammock engineer".