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    Barefoot for me but dh always wears shoes.

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    I'm always barefoot at home

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    Barefoot or socks/slippers if its really cold, same as the kids, DH even in the middle of summer is in slippers or thongs never bare foot- I still find it very weird

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    I have stupid feet, when i go barefoot too long they hurt. So i am in sneakers or something supportive most of the time. Would definitely prefer to be barefoot all the time.

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    I only wear shoes if I absolutely have too. I hate shoes of any kind.

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    We go barefoot. All visitors take their shoes off except my in laws. They refuse to do it. MIL says that there are more germs on bare feet than underneath shoes. Yeah right... so if you just went walking into some public toilets, you mean to tell me there are LESS germs under your shoes then? pfft. She walks around her backyard (they have a massive dog which craps alot, and sometimes you lose count of the number of craps on their lawn, there are so many), and then still will walk inside... does she mean to tell me, she manages to dodge every single dog poop that is sitting on the lawn? I doubt it.

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    Bare feet.

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    We are all barefoot at home. I have a strict 'no shoes' policy therefore no dirt or grit inside
    I love the feeling of clean floors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    We go barefoot. All visitors take their shoes off except my in laws. They refuse to do it. MIL says that there are more germs on bare feet than underneath shoes. Yeah right... so if you just went walking into some public toilets, you mean to tell me there are LESS germs under your shoes then? pfft. She walks around her backyard (they have a massive dog which craps alot, and sometimes you lose count of the number of craps on their lawn, there are so many), and then still will walk inside... does she mean to tell me, she manages to dodge every single dog poop that is sitting on the lawn? I doubt it.
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    We never wear shoes inside, barefoot in summer or socks or slippers/uggs in winter (that don't get worn outside of the house).

    I get so embarrassed and cranky when my family come over and wear their shoes inside. It's rude and disgusting.

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