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By Anonymous / Tuesday 30 December 2015 09:57 / United Kingdom - Oxford
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By  Mauskau  |  34

My mum wears sandals all year round, and when it gets colder she wears socks with them. She went outside in the snow to feed the birds and complained her feet got wet and cold. Perhaps your roommate is just like that.

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  wildgenius  |  13

Me I would. Your feet would freeze so much, but then when you come back in and they warm, up it feels beautiful. It takes a lot to experience nice things like that.

By  Mauskau  |  34

My mum wears sandals all year round, and when it gets colder she wears socks with them. She went outside in the snow to feed the birds and complained her feet got wet and cold. Perhaps your roommate is just like that.

By  devildog562  |  33

Kind of cold that the mom thinks her kin would wear flip flops in ice. I usually don't wear shoes unless I have to either though...

By  LadyDerps  |  10

It's better than wearing wet shoes :'D Athlete's foot or water filled freakin' boats versus shoes that don't require Olympian strength to remove when they get wet? The only downside is if you aren't impervious to the cold or the lack of traction.

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