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2013-07-04 12:30:39 AM  
21 votes:
When you are getting paid to write an article that starts with "I'm a live-and-let-live sort" and then goes on for 9 paragraphs about how much you're bothered by footwear choices made by strangers, it might just be time to sit down and think about the choices you've made in life.
2013-07-04 12:19:49 AM  
5 votes:
Article clearly written by someone who has never lived anywhere hot.  At a certain point, fashion matters less than comfort.

That point for me is right around 90 degrees.  Uncovering some small amount of skin makes a world of difference.
2013-07-04 03:07:36 AM  
4 votes:
Better flip-flops than....[shudder] Crocs.
2013-07-04 03:06:18 AM  
4 votes:
*Peter Griffin oh my god who the hell cares.jpeg*
2013-07-04 03:50:31 AM  
3 votes:

Kingly Weevil: Article clearly written by someone who has never lived anywhere hot.  At a certain point, fashion matters less than comfort.

That point for me is right around 90 degrees.  Uncovering some small amount of skin makes a world of difference.


Where I live, it was 112º last weekend. I farking hate flip-flops with a passion, don't own any, and will never wear them. There are plenty of decent, non-tacky sandals out there.
2013-07-04 03:36:54 AM  
3 votes:
Anyone who ever wears flip-flops can never complain about ankle, knee, or back problems. Just as smokers cannot complain about issues from smoking, drinkers from drinkers, etc...
2013-07-04 03:19:21 AM  
3 votes:
Yeah, "someone" who has never been to Asia.
2013-07-04 03:19:21 AM  
3 votes:
I've never had anything against sandals, but I have never been able to wear them myself.  Just felt... Wrong some how.  And while I grew up in Michigan (mid-90s in to the low 100s in the summer), I have spent most of my adult life south of the Mason Dixon, and I still cannot stand to wear them.  

Flip flops are right out.  Can't stand the thing between my toe, and they never stay on anyway.  But even sandals just feel flimsy and out of place on me.
2013-07-04 03:18:56 AM  
3 votes:
I don't have a problem with sport/hiking sandal, and in fact some of them are quite comfortable.

Flip-flop thongs are an abortion upon mankind.
2013-07-04 12:35:47 PM  
2 votes:
Seems like the problems people bring up with flip flops are actually problems with the cheap plastic versions that don't let the bottom of your foot breathe, are slippery when wet, hurt your toe, etc. You guys do know you can purchase decent ones, like Reefs, and not have the bottoms collapse, have leather under your sole. And for all the comments about smelly feet, and fungal infections, you do know that those only happen because you've locked your sweaty feet away in a shoe they can't breathe in, increasing the moisture to where fungal infections can grow? As for the arches comments, come on, we've already discovered that for most people "arch-support" was nonsense designed to sell expensive shoes to people who didn't have the problem the shoes were supposed to fix? Shockingly, we did not evolve in nikes. And as for hygiene, what city do you live in where you have to step over/through pools of human effluvia? Jesus people, maybe you need to fund city cleaning crews if you have problems that bad and not decide that it's gross to have bare skin that isn't even touching the street. What's next, gloves for everyone?
2013-07-04 11:02:43 AM  
2 votes:

Carousel Beast: Sandelaphon: [ferrelljenkins.files.wordpress.com image 500x318]

What people without real shoes might have looked like in history.

It's farking sad I had to get this far into the thread before someone brought up the fact that history says "real shoes" are sandals. The article and a surprising number of Farkers are idiots.


I was thinking the same thing. Also, most of the foot grossness TFA complains of is brought about wearing shoes. The more time you spend unshod, the healthier your feet tend to be:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barefoot#Health_implications
2013-07-04 07:00:11 AM  
2 votes:
WhatTeva.
2013-07-04 05:40:40 AM  
2 votes:
I agree that flip-flops are slovenly. I wear them in the house, or at the beach or pool. Anywhere else in hot weather? Leather sandals. They're just as easy and light as flip-flops, and don't make a shuffling sound when I walk.
2013-07-04 03:53:28 AM  
2 votes:
i560.photobucket.com

/gonna go for a walk in my crocs
2013-07-04 03:46:51 AM  
2 votes:

borg: Yeah, "someone" who has never been to Asia.


Came here to say this.

I own one pair of (leather) shoes, saved for occasional visits to government offices and suchlike. Otherwise, my day-to-day footwear is what we call "slippers" here (Philippines.) Around the house it's bare feet. TFA's author needs to get a life.
2013-07-04 03:26:00 AM  
2 votes:
www.slate.com

You know, girlfriend, I could pick apart that haircut and blouse but I won't because my Mom raised me better than that. If you're happy with the way you look and dress it's none of my goddamn business.

/   Grew up in Southern California
//  Wore flip flops year round
/// Fail to see what the big deal is
2013-07-04 03:19:53 AM  
2 votes:

Hermit Tard: tldr

I wear flip-flops, if you don't like it, you can kiss my hairy arse


Don't worry, looking at your stank-ass, ugly feet and toenail fungus is worse.
2013-07-04 03:18:26 AM  
2 votes:
And some of us Americans wonder why people call us ugly.
2013-07-04 02:49:17 AM  
2 votes:
Flip-flops came to my attention when I was a kid in the early 60's. Before that, sandals were popular. Sandals in the hot, Florida climate gave good ventilation, were light weight, somewhat disguised the gnarly, diseased-looking toes many folks have and could be worn with thin socks -- or not.

They churned the 'skuffs' by the thousands out of brightly colored foam rubber and plastic and targeted the kids first. I never could wear them, finding that damnable between the toe strap painfully annoying which did nothing more than rub the skin off.

Plus, as a kid, I ran a lot and those things would let the foot slide around and slip off, especially if wet.

I wore sandals, made of leather strips, until assorted comments came out about the less than manly look they had. They would not become popular again until the Yuppies appeared -- and they died with them.

By the 80's I was seeing fat women wearing cheap flip-flops whose soles had deformed due to the weight of the fat feet on them. I noticed the obvious slant to the side as they wore out.

Little girls and little boys looked cute in them, but beyond that, no.

I like the Japanese clog worn with white socks, especially by the women but that idea never caught on here. Besides, the idea of a 200 lb American girl squeezing her fat feet into a set of those dainty looking clogs is enough to make my imagination short circuit.

Women, however, do tend to look better in the flip-flops then men. I used to spot a lot of surfers in baggies or wet-suits shuffling around the beach in flip flops. It would not be for another 20 years that booties were added to the wetsuits. In the interim, there were the canvass slip on boat shoes that were kinda nice -- until they became a status symbol for the sailing crowd. Along with the Preppy look. Another version was known as tennis shoes, with laces.

Then again, I also used to like the old Penny Loafers, now long out of style. I wore high topped KEDS for ages, with the round rubber ankle protectors and over the toes rubber guard. Later, I switched between biker boots and Dingos. I preferred square toed to the popular pointy toed.

I kept low cut old sneakers for casual wear.

Now, it's just assorted 'athletic' soft sided shoes. I refuse to buy any glorified sneaker that is priced more than $30. Over $30, I switch to a leather shoe.

Yet, still, in department stores, especially in the summer time, I get to be treated to the 'slap-flap' of the flip-flops. Some folks have developed a slow, sliding walk, more like a shuffle with them, that is equally as annoying.

I miss Hush Puppies also. Good shoes and boots and they would not rub corns into your feet like full leather ones would. The soft soles were comfortable and quiet. However, they apparently went out of style also.

I wore Hush Puppy boots when I worked at a hospital. They were not only quiet and good for long hours on my feet, but the boot top kept obnoxious bodily fluids from occasionally dripping down into my socks -- like with low topped shoes.

I've seen, but never wore, crocks. They, IMO, look good on young women. Guys wearing them remind me of guys I used to see wearing shorts, rainbow suspenders, sporting a scraggly moustache, over priced 'antique' glasses, smoking a pipe and wearing sandals years ago, with white socks.

One style I've hated since I first saw them used to be real popular. Now, you'll see them mainly worn by high end sales men or executives. Red Wing was a popular name, but they're leather shoes, well made, usually appear kind of narrow and have layers of sculpted leather strips on the tops, festooned with punched holes.

For some reason, any guy wearing them appeared to have big, narrow feet. I used to see bank presidents decked out with highly polished pairs and the managers of new car dealerships. Doctors and lawyers wore them.

I hated them on sight.
2013-07-04 05:44:34 PM  
1 votes:

Shadowknight: redmid17: As someone who grew up in the state south of you, you are full of shiat as far as temps are concerned.

Like we would trust anyone from Ohio.  Seriously, though, in the Saginaw Valley we usually get a week or two during the summer where it gets that hot.  Not the entire summer, granted, but occasionally we get that day that makes you want to curl up and die.


I'm from Indiana. 90s and 100s are, like you said, for 2-3 per summer, maybe 4 if it was a hot summer. I remember in 2002 when we had two weeks or so of 100+ degree weather, and the lows were 95+. Our AC died in the first week, but that was by far the hottest summer I can remember.
2013-07-04 04:48:36 PM  
1 votes:

elysive: Maggie_Luna: Uncle Tractor: Maggie_Luna: Flip flops are lazy. Sometimes they look very gross because of the person wearing them. Buy sandals if you want open shoes. If you wear socks and sandals go shoot yourself behind the barn.

Wow. You've got issues.

If you take that as a literal you have the problem. The last is just a WTF to me. Why wear sandals and socks? I've been given an answer but I just didn't find it very satisfying. It's like wearing polka dots and plaid. It stands out.

You replied to me that you'd rather suffer in heels than wear sandals because "that's disgusting". Apparently you do have issues and think your own feet are gross.

BTW this is what wearing heels will do to your feet. :D


No I said I'd rather go in heels than go barefoot (not sandals) because seriously I don't know how women can walk around barefoot outside on the asphalt and ground willy nilly. If your shoes hurt that much dear god. My shoes are uncomfortable if heels but not so much that they'll cause me so much discomfort. I don't own any sandals other than flip flops, I use them for inside the house or around the house. I try not to wear heels too because yeah, they're not good for you. Neither are flip flops. I tend to stick with flats with some support if not able to wear something else.

Between heels and flip flops to barefoot, flip flops win hands down.

Wear what you want, I'm allowed to judge and visa versa.
2013-07-04 04:34:52 PM  
1 votes:

Maggie_Luna: Uncle Tractor: Maggie_Luna: Flip flops are lazy. Sometimes they look very gross because of the person wearing them. Buy sandals if you want open shoes. If you wear socks and sandals go shoot yourself behind the barn.

Wow. You've got issues.

If you take that as a literal you have the problem. The last is just a WTF to me. Why wear sandals and socks? I've been given an answer but I just didn't find it very satisfying. It's like wearing polka dots and plaid. It stands out.


You replied to me that you'd rather suffer in heels than wear sandals because "that's disgusting". Apparently you do have issues and think your own feet are gross.

BTW this is what wearing heels will do to your feet. :D
2013-07-04 03:19:46 PM  
1 votes:

lordargent: // wash your feet and you don't have to worry about athlete's foot. And your feet shouldn't be stinking up a storm from regular daily use.

// Now if you wear corrective shoes and you got big bunyons, toenails smell and look like onions, don't doowutchyalike, go see a foot doctor tonight!


Soap and water will not kill athlete's foot and many websites wont even recommend washing as a prevention. The best way one can prevent athlete's foot is to keep your feet dry and dont walk barefoot in places where the fungi thrive (locker rooms, public showers, martial arts gyms where ppl run around barefoot and sweaty *shudder*). Water and soap will fix foot stink because that is bacterial.
2013-07-04 01:44:58 PM  
1 votes:
FTFA: We would all look askance at a person who removed his socks and sneakers on the train before ostentatiously propping his naked dogs in plain sight.

Yeah right.

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2013-07-04 01:43:23 PM  
1 votes:
I would prefer to be barefoot in summer, but if people insist I wear foot coverings (for whatever bizarre, unexplained, and surely asinine reason), you're going to have to be satisfied with flip flops, sandals, or Tevas.  If you don't like the way it looks, you are quite welcome to stop staring at my feet like a weirdo.
2013-07-04 01:18:59 PM  
1 votes:
As a species we were walking barefoot across all types of terrain long before the first of us wrapped their own feet in some sort of covering.

Yes, I know we weren't walking on asphalt, concrete or cement back then but hard, dried ground can be just as unforgiving and we weren't always walking across soft, spongy ground that perfectly cupped and protected our feet.
2013-07-04 12:36:44 PM  
1 votes:
"Those people-you, if you're among them-need to face the reality that you are, in essence, going barefoot, and it's grossing the rest of us out. "

Yes, I am essentially going barefoot. I'm doing it on purpose.  If seeing exposed body parts grosses you out, move to Alaska or Saudi Arabia.
2013-07-04 11:37:23 AM  
1 votes:
birthdayshoes.com
These i mean.

Best shoes ever.
2013-07-04 11:35:53 AM  
1 votes:
I got me a pair of these awhile ago and i havent really looked back. People always ogle at my feet and think they look dumb/weird/silly/gross. I dont farking care. They are the most comfortable shoes i have ever owned and my ankle is stronger and they make me happy. They make me want to move.

Also -- why the fark do you care what other people are wearing? If your that twisted up about fashion then go stand in the parking lot of a walmart -- there are worse things in the world than footwear that you think looks silly.
2013-07-04 11:15:22 AM  
1 votes:

Sandelaphon: [ferrelljenkins.files.wordpress.com image 500x318]

What people without real shoes might have looked like in history.


Well welcome to the 21st century

mrandmrsellis.com
2013-07-04 10:58:38 AM  
1 votes:

fillg: When the great Shoepocolypse occurs and there are no more shoes for anyone, all you formerly shoe-wearing tender-foots will be tiptoeing around trying not to step on any little pebbles and wearing stuff like this
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but I'll continue walking like along with my tanned and toughened bare feet like nothing ever happened.


As long as we have cows and such we will have real shoes:

www.nativeartstrading.co.uk
2013-07-04 10:58:12 AM  
1 votes:
If you live in a hot climate or worse a hot and humid climate, hygienically speaking sweaty closed toed shoes are more likely to cause foot funk and fungi. I know flip flops and sandals are popular here, but who the fark cares? I dont like feet so I dont stare at people's feet. Author needs to look after her own feet and STFU.

/plastic thong things between your toes are unnatural, but to suggest that going barefoot will ruin your feet? Is this chick shilling podiatrists much?
//goes barefoot 80% of the day and runs in minimalist footware and my feet and ankles havent fallen apart yet because they're strong
2013-07-04 10:42:06 AM  
1 votes:

Sandelaphon: [ferrelljenkins.files.wordpress.com image 500x318]

What people without real shoes might have looked like in history.


It's farking sad I had to get this far into the thread before someone brought up the fact that history says "real shoes" are sandals. The article and a surprising number of Farkers are idiots.
2013-07-04 10:38:00 AM  
1 votes:
Am I crazy that I remember Slate doing relevant articles? Was this ever a thing, or have they just completely gone over the edge lately?
2013-07-04 10:07:24 AM  
1 votes:
When the great Shoepocolypse occurs and there are no more shoes for anyone, all you formerly shoe-wearing tender-foots will be tiptoeing around trying not to step on any little pebbles and wearing stuff like this
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but I'll continue walking like along with my tanned and toughened bare feet like nothing ever happened.
2013-07-04 09:15:11 AM  
1 votes:
My absolute foolproof marker for a complete idiot is a guy who wears flip-flops to a stadium or arena. Nothing like being oblivious to stranger piss splattering all over your feet during pee breaks.

Why not cut out the middle-man and just invite guys over to pee into your bed? It would be less gay.
2013-07-04 09:08:57 AM  
1 votes:
He's right, there is a direct relationship between the point where flip flops became the standard footwear above 38 degrees and how shiatty america has become.  And it went exponential with tattoos.
2013-07-04 07:45:23 AM  
1 votes:
I can honestly say I have never noticed if my feet get hot. Huh.

Personally, not a fan of flip flops. Many reasons, but they're just so boring looking. As a woman, I naturally gravitate towards a (some would say) obsessive amount of shoes. I love unique designers and looks-- Fluevog in particular. Comfortable, fun shoes, though a tad expensive. As far as flip flops, you can't really do much with a slab of plastic attached to another, thinner slab of plastic. Putting some flower crap or bling on it doesn't work.

I don't really care for feet, but I do love shoes.

/Oh god, now I'm thinking of all the nasty Frito toenails I see, and it's ruining my morning coffee.
2013-07-04 07:32:06 AM  
1 votes:
I'm not a big fan of flip-flops myself, since I can't stand to have anything stuck between my toes, but flip-flops/slides/sandals/whatever are fine in the summer months. I'm all about foot comfort.

But one thing I don't understand is the number of women I see here who are dressed for work in designer clothes and flip-flops. Rhinestones on the straps don't make flip-flops classy, ladies, especially once the soles have started to wear thin on one side. Buy some damn dress sandals, or don't spend so much on your clothes that you only have $2 left to spend on footwear.

I will grant, though, that I seldom see these women with unkempt feet - that seems to be the purview of the college-age guys. Really, fellas, I don't want to see your snaggly, dirty toenails. Buy a nail clipper, or get your gf/bf (if you have one) to give you a pedicure.
2013-07-04 07:09:02 AM  
1 votes:
Feet are ugly. That is all there is to it.
2013-07-04 06:25:40 AM  
1 votes:
Never really understood why people find feet disgusting or erotic. Actually I don't understand people who have any strong opinions at all when it comes to feet.

/socks are evil.
2013-07-04 06:20:39 AM  
1 votes:

SirGeorgeBurkelwitzIII: I work at "the largest shoe store in the Midwest". I absolutely love these threads. We still do "full service". I've never seen anything close. But when I read this stuff I cringe. It amazes me how so few people know what the hell they're talking about with their footwear.

/I understand there are exceptions, I really do.


What are you trying to say here? Because it doesn't make any sense.
2013-07-04 06:17:46 AM  
1 votes:
Wearing flip flops as everyday footwear leaves you unprepared as a man. It is like not having a pocketknife or multi-tool on you or a set of jumper cables in your car. For example:

Last year I was stopped at an intersection. a car trying to cross was stalled and a couple of guys got out to try and push it off to the side. They were about college age and both wearing flips flops. They had trouble keeping the stupid things on their feet and get enough traction to push the car. Not to mention it was August in Texas and the asphalt was probably burning their feet. As men they were found wanting for their lack of proper footwear.

Flip flops are Ok for around the pool. beach or gym shower but not for when you go about your regular day as a man unless you are lucky enough to be a lifeguard.
2013-07-04 06:05:15 AM  
1 votes:
flips flops as everyday wear bad along with wearing sweats, wearing your hat backwards and the always egregious pants hanging down around your ass.

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2013-07-04 06:03:57 AM  
1 votes:

Todd300: How about the comfort of those around you having to smell your disgusting, athlete's foot infested toe cheese while trying to, say, eat in a restaurant... or hell, McDonalds?


Why do you think athlete's foot occurs at the feet and crotch only? Because those areas are kept humid and hot without ventilation. If you wear flip flops consistently you cannot get athlete's foot.

Why do you think feet smell? Because you keep them sweating in a place without ventilation, causing bacterial growth that causes the smell.

Only shoe wearers are subject to these ailments, flip flops have their downsides, but smelliness and fungal infections aren't amongst those.
2013-07-04 06:01:58 AM  
1 votes:

drjekel_mrhyde: Put me down as hating them, I don't want to see your nasty arse feet. I seen one guy who's toenails look like they were clawing into the damn things. You can at the very least get a farking pedicure before wearing them


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2013-07-04 05:54:20 AM  
1 votes:
Put me down as hating them, I don't want to see your nasty arse feet. I seen one guy who's toenails look like they were clawing into the damn things. You can at the very least get a farking pedicure before wearing them
2013-07-04 05:50:35 AM  
1 votes:
Catch you on the flip flop
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This here's Rubber Duck on the side
We're goin' bye-bye.
2013-07-04 05:25:25 AM  
1 votes:
noplaceforsheep.files.wordpress.com

Why is she not clutching her pearls? Seriously people were wearing those on their feet while they built the pyramids, invented gun powder and made the best steel in the world. The same time your people were still wearing furs and practicing cannibalism in northern Europe and Ireland. As far as ugly feet go I'll take the look of feet unconfined in thongs over the misshapen hooves in Jimmy Choos or Louboutins any day. And thongs aren't underwear, they're swim wear. Come to SoCal and bring your pearls to clutch and we'll show you.
2013-07-04 04:46:57 AM  
1 votes:
Rik01: "..
One style I've hated since I first saw them used to be real popular. Now, you'll see them mainly worn by high end sales men or executives. Red Wing was a popular name, but they're leather shoes, well made, usually appear kind of narrow and have layers of sculpted leather strips on the tops, festooned with punched holes.
For some reason, any guy wearing them appeared to have big, narrow feet. I used to see bank presidents decked out with highly polished pairs and the managers of new car dealerships. Doctors and lawyers wore them.
I hated them on sight."

wing tip shoes are a classic staple of men's footwear in the business and professional world. they are the daily choice for millions who wear suits, as are white double stitched button down collar long sleeve shirts and conservative ties. wing tips are to flip flops what caviar is to MacDonald's. a gentleman can own a pair of wing tips for many years, having heels and soles replaced as need be. there is a time and a place for flip flops just as there is for wing tips. the people that wear flip flops in cold miserable weather suffer for their inability to acclimate to their adopted locale, as they are fools.
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2013-07-04 04:44:15 AM  
1 votes:
I wear them almost every day, except in winter. No, I don't care what you think. Yeah, I wear shoes if I'm going to walk a lot, but most of my job involves sitting on my ass and I want to be comfortable while I'm in that hellhole.
2013-07-04 04:42:35 AM  
1 votes:
Flip-flops are the stupidest things ever. The cause increased muscle strain, have crappy grip, and look like shiat, too. So no wonder so many Americans love them - they can express their idiocy manifestly.
2013-07-04 04:30:29 AM  
1 votes:
I hope he never visits Hawaii. Also, there are slippahs that are well constructed with arch support - I am partial to Reef myself. Just bought a new pair today.

I'm just not that into shoes. I wear them for work, or for hiking, but when I'm not working, I'm not going to dress up.
2013-07-04 04:22:39 AM  
1 votes:
Next week on Slate: step by step instructions for removing sand from the vaginas of the average flip flop hater
2013-07-04 04:01:47 AM  
1 votes:
I work at "the largest shoe store in the Midwest". I absolutely love these threads. We still do "full service". I've never seen anything close. But when I read this stuff I cringe. It amazes me how so few people know what the hell they're talking about with their footwear.

/I understand there are exceptions, I really do.
2013-07-04 03:54:57 AM  
1 votes:
For RIK01, those shoes with the punched holes, et al, were called wingtips and I wore a pair when I worked for Sears when I was in college in the late 60's.  They were part of the "uniform of the day" for an upcoming executive-in-training as well as regular management types.
2013-07-04 03:23:33 AM  
1 votes:
Or zorries as we called them on on Guam. Comfort rules!
2013-07-04 03:19:45 AM  
1 votes:
I wore those all through my 40s and I am here to tell you, don't do that. Your feet get flat and ugly and grow a size or two if you do. They get painful. Don't.
2013-07-04 03:17:37 AM  
1 votes:
tldr

I wear flip-flops, if you don't like it, you can kiss my hairy arse
2013-07-04 03:15:06 AM  
1 votes:

Kingly Weevil: Article clearly written by someone who has never lived anywhere hot.  At a certain point, fashion matters less than comfort.

That point for me is right around 90 degrees.  Uncovering some small amount of skin makes a world of difference.


How about the comfort of those around you having to smell your disgusting, athlete's foot infested toe cheese while trying to, say, eat in a restaurant... or hell, McDonalds?

Besides which, if Australians like 'em, how 'cool' can they really be?
2013-07-04 03:09:47 AM  
1 votes:
biatch, you don't have the right to judge me based on my footwear. Unless you want me judging you based on your bodyfat, skin tone, income level, level of education . . .
2013-07-04 03:08:43 AM  
1 votes:
Hey man, if I want to wear flip-flops and walk around my backyard pool sipping a gin and tonic its my own business. Greatest scourge of our age? Cracka pleeze.
2013-07-04 01:18:21 AM  
1 votes:
flip-flops connote a sort of half-dressed slatternliness

Stop slattern shaming me!
2013-07-04 01:04:32 AM  
1 votes:
Was this written by Mullah Omar? There are appropriate places and times where feet should get some well-earned air.
 
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