there's always good ol plastic bags as well... plenty of options
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05-11-2014 19:03 #31
05-11-2014 19:19 #32
@VicPark you do realise waaaaaay more germs are spread by bare hands than anything else? Why don't you ask them to take off their shoes then leave gloves by the door for them to wear while in your house?
That will make them feel really welcome.
05-11-2014 19:22 #33
And don't forget open mouths. Foul dirty things.
Face masks at the door too then.
05-11-2014 19:24 #34Senior Member
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05-11-2014 19:51 #35
Here we go...
05-11-2014 20:05 #36
C'mon she knew what she was starting.
05-11-2014 20:11 #37
I'm excited! I missed the last shoe thread. C'mon ladies!!!!
05-11-2014 20:13 #38
05-11-2014 20:18 #39
05-11-2014 20:19 #40
House rules vs personal autonomy
I'm with your mum if you're going to give those reasons.
Mmmmm, tinea and dead foot skin for bub to nom on
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