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    Lol my DH is always getting cross with me for wearing his socks!

    I get them 'get your own bl00dy socks!!' if he sees me in them!!

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    I wear his footy socks... and his jumpers, and sometimes his shirts as a nightie lol. His clothes are way more comfortable than mine for lazing around the house.

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    I have no idea what explorer socks are??

    But no, I wear my own socks. DF only has work socks and his ankle socks for everyday use. He has footy socks somewhere that he wears in winter.
    I love my knee-high toe socks

    I wear his jumper though when he is at work. It's so big and nice and warm!!

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    They are thick fluffy 'workmen' style socks.

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    My partner has a pair of thick thermal type snow socks, and I wear them in winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    Lol my DH is always getting cross with me for wearing his socks!

    I get them 'get your own bl00dy socks!!' if he sees me in them!!
    This ^ exactly! I am wearing his socks now, so will inevitably hear the above when he gets home!

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    Ewww, no. Imo that's like wearing someone else's jocks. Yucky! *chuckle*. Sweaty and toejammy. I know they're clean. I KNOW that. But still... *shudder*.

    I have my own warm fluffy socks. I got a couple of pairs of those grippy ones from coles for about $5. Bargain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eko View Post
    Ewww, no. Imo that's like wearing someone else's jocks. Yucky! *chuckle*. Sweaty and toejammy. I know they're clean. I KNOW that. But still... *shudder*.

    -- THAT must be what makes 'em extra warm and special!!??

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    Hahaha could be!

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    I haven't yet (not living together) but I would. I own man socks anyway cos I got some for cheap at Coles the other day.

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