Discussion in 'Barefoot' started by barefootonli, Aug 1, 2013.
You forgot sand at the beach!
And parking garages!
and supermarket floors
your right! d'oh!
falls under concrete bro
Any Surface When It's Raining, Walking Barefoot In
The Rain Is One Of Mother Natures Top Experiences...:2thumbsup:
FINALLY! Another barefooter cops to the glory of 'footing the rain! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!
Shopping mall floors
Carpet. I'm not one of those people that goes barefoot outdoors, beyond the boundaries of the drive or garden, unless at the beach or a lake. I suppose I'm just not driven by an inner compulsion to do so. And for another thing: I have a real aversion to that dry, dusty, chalky feeling that develops when you go around without footwear (I appreciate that it's this exact sensation that so many here love precisely, but there it is!).
What then am I doing here, you ask? Well, that's the result of a bit of a misunderstanding. Developing some foot pain after having done some brisk walking, I started scouring round to check out different kinds of sports footwear, including 'barefoot' designs (that's 'barefoot' in inverted commas!). You can guess the rest. First post. Hi!
When the body is permitted to work according to design, the results speak for themselves. So you LIKE going barefoot? We also!
I do, only not as a lifestyle statement as such, or however you want to characterise the drive to do it in an extensive way; just round the house in the summer, mainly, or when I'm near stretches of water. On that basis, I probably won't be contributing an enormous amount here! Still, my hat's off to all of you who choose to go shoeless above and beyond the 'boundaries' set by society.
I voted dirt. Carpet and hardwood floors are too "safe." lol
Wet freshly cut grass - although it really stains your soles. It wont wash off, it has to wear off. Car parks with their oil stained surfaces are good for getting the soles of your feet filthy in no time - generally any surfaces I just love being barefoot.
A bed of hot coals.
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