False. A lot of people have smelly feet. If I wear closed-toe shoes like sneakers or boots for more than about 3 hours my feet smell to high heaven, doesn't matter how often I shower or change my socks, and while I'm a bit of an extreme case, many people I know have similar problems.Realitycrash said:If you properly shower and exchange socks every day/other day, you won't have smelly feet.burningdragoon said:
Well, most people won't. There are always exceptions.
No you didn't. You pointed something out. The original text is still up there. Unless you can change that you are not "fixing" anything.burningdragoon said:
I'm with the wolf on this. It seems rude to me to be barefoot when you have guests over or are at someone else's place (unless they specifically ask you to remove your shoes). Otherwise, I'll take my shoes off when I'm home, but mostly out of comfort than any concern for cleanliness.The Rogue Wolf said:It's always been my view that removing your shoes in someone else's house is actually an act of high familiarity that might be viewed as offensive if done by those who are only casual acquantances or strangers. Of course, this is usually put aside during heavy rains with mud and while there's snow on the ground.
You don't wear socks?Crimson_Dragoon said:I'm with the wolf on this. It seems rude to me to be barefoot when you have guests over or are at someone else's place (unless they specifically ask you to remove your shoes)