Would people still wear regular shoes?
Maybe being a clown would go back in style
Clowns will never be in style.
Why not sandals? Why not boots? I’ve spent the last three hours trying to figure it out, but I just can’t understand the logic behind it.
Why not sandals and boots what?
Ooops I forgot that clowns are actually in style right now and unfortunately they are the creepy ones. So rewind and let’s pretend that I never said that.
“Would people still wear regular shoes? “
If they lived on an island, they didn’t wear regular shoes to begin with.
If they lived on the mainland, then yes they would wear regular shoes, but only at simchas. Unless you are what’s her name in The Wizard of Oz, because then you would only wear red shoes so long as they sparkled.
People wear shoes to protect their feet not as a fashion statement.
Not on my planet, Abba_S.
Comlink-X- Not on my planet, Abba_S. Try walking barefoot for a day outside and you will understand that shoes are for protecting you feet not a fashion statement.
“People wear shoes to protect their feet not as a fashion statement.”
“Not on my planet, Abba_S.”
On mine, they do.
Some people wear shoes to protect the dirt.
Some people have smelly feet. They are just being respectful to Adam 🙂
The outdoors environment here on Hosvdvgskxckfc is just fine for
walking around barefoot. (Also, Trump isn’t our President-elect.)
All kidding aside, my intention was that fashion is certainly a
factor in people’s footwear choices (not that it is the only one).
Does anyone wear Crocs for fashion?
Only on Yom Kippur and Tisha B’Av – those are the only days during the year when I can get away with it. Otherwise, I won’t go further than the garbage bin in crocs (and even that, I usually only do at night).