#892 Taking your shoes and socks off after a really long day

Get the TV set to Barney

Cold, wet, and clammy.

That pretty much sums up the state my feet are in after walking around in thin, sweaty socks and tight shoes all day. They’re aching and sore and full of flattened toe hair, crispy corns, and dry, flaky skin. Yeah, it’s a real horror show in the hallway every night when I get home from a really long day.

But how does it feel when you do finally let those feet out, air them out, stretch them out, and just throw them up on the couch and flick on the TV?

Wait, don’t tell me.


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9 responses to “#892 Taking your shoes and socks off after a really long day

  1. Relief it is…tight shoes are a real pain.

  2. YESSSS!! And a footrub to follow?
    My son looooves this feeling. Every day when we get home and I take off his shoes and socks, he wriggles his toes and says “Ahhhh!” every time. And then I proceed to tickle his feet because that’s when his feet are most ticklish.

  3. SLOWLY peeling off your socks and then proceeding to stretch them.

  4. Max

    Aye, socks are a pain. But they keep my feet warm. Maybe if I lived below the equator, I might just abandon socks and shoes.

  5. I like the alt. text over the image. “It’s been a long day…” I love hearing kids’ version of their “long” days. ;)

  6. klalota

    A bit of heaven…esp. after they get aired out and I put them in comfy slippers!

  7. Eddie

    I picked up a pair of Adidas accupression sandals and OMG their all I want to wear now, if your feet bother you “Try them!” their only like $20. they have nodules that stick up and massage the bottom of your feet as you walk. HEAVEN.

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