I always wear dh's socks at home I have my own but his are better
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06-06-2012 12:21 #21
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06-06-2012 12:43 #22
Nope. DH wears wool socks and wool gives me a rash so I wear my ugg boots instead or sport socks if it's not that cold.
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06-06-2012 13:03 #23
Erm...what are explorer socks??? *runs away*
Sounds like I'm totally missing something...
06-06-2012 13:14 #24
06-06-2012 13:15 #25
I wouldn't wear his socks unless the threat of frostbite was imminent.
06-06-2012 13:17 #26
I am another who wears her partner's socks on the sly. He tells me to get my own, but really they would just end up in his sock drawer and then we'd be back at square 1.
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06-06-2012 13:23 #27Senior Member
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I always pinch DF's socks, he has 50 million pairs. I also pinch his jackets (not anymore since being a fat preggo) and once I pinched his undies too!
Only did it the once though as I was so embarrassed when he caught me wearing them lol.
06-06-2012 13:30 #28
I've smelt them when they come off his feet... No that you! I wont wear anything that has been near something capable of producing those smells.
I do wear his shirts and jumpers, but only his good ones, can hardly stop myself barfing at the smell of his work gear when I do the washing.
Nothing worse than getting to the bottom of the laundry basket and there is that lonely explorer sock, smelly, still wet from two day old sweat... And u just know u have to pick it up bare handed.
(have been thinking about getting some big BBQ tongs for the laundry for this exact reason)
06-06-2012 13:44 #29
No way, DH has the grossest feet.
My kids love to wear my socks, they pull them up to their knees.
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