Which one do you prefer?

Discussion in 'Barefoot' started by Morning Myst, Jun 5, 2006.

  1. LastC5

    LastC5 Member

  2. i like dry prickly grass in summer and soft, damp forest floor
  3. Loveminx

    Loveminx Sports Racer

    I like the cold tiles at stores tho...
  4. seohsreven

    seohsreven Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Everywhere! But large, jumbled boulders are my favorite. Nothing like jumping from rock to rock...
  5. feralfey

    feralfey Member

    My sentiments almost exactly. I don't mind squishy. :)
  6. oh yeah, squishy mud is awesome! theres plenty of it here right now too lol theres been so much rain, but it was sunny today and yesterday :D ive been barefootin everywhere
  7. lucyinthesky16

    lucyinthesky16 pirate wench

    i like climbing trees barefoot-or walking on a fallen log across a creek. i have monkey toes, so it's easy!
  8. lucyinthesky16

    lucyinthesky16 pirate wench

    oh man, i LOVE walking on the beach barefoot! escpecially when it makes that weird 'vvvt vvvt' sound! and in cool soft wet sand! oooh, now i want to go to the beach this weekend...
  9. nakedfeetguy

    nakedfeetguy Member

    I am a big fan of going barefoot in shopping centres.
    The floor is always nice and smooth and my soles still get nice and dirty.
    Plus, people always look at me when I go barefoot in shopping centres because mostly people wear shoes to the shops.
  10. I love mud, mud puddles, wet, squishy grass, dirt...(im a little on the wet side, lol), climbing trees is awesome too
  11. MatthewShane

    MatthewShane Banned

    umm classy people dont go barefoot unless in the privacy of thier own home or on the beach or swimming
  12. The manticore

    The manticore Member

    who wants to be classy
  13. txbarefooter

    txbarefooter Senior Member

    who the fuck cares about being classy, its about being comfortable
  14. Barefoot Guy

    Barefoot Guy Member

    Do you consider Oprah to be classy? if so, there is a pic of her leaving her hotel barefoot (heels in hand) getting into her limo on the way to the CFDA Awards in NYC.

    It's a matter of personal opinion. I'll take a hippy girl with tough, dirty feet over a rich girl with soft, pink soles any day. I respect your opinion and only ask that you respect the opinions of others even if you don't agree with them.
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  16. Don't say you respect his opinion. You respect his RIGHT to have and express his opinion, but his opinion is insulting to most of the people here, and isn't deserving of respect.

    Too often we assume that in order to have a civilized discourse we must always respect one another's beliefs....but it's not respect for their beliefs, but for their right to believe what they choose that we must respect. I mean, this post:

    ...like many of this person's posts in our little corner of the forum, is idiotic. But he has a right to believe what he is saying... and we have a right to ignore him.
  17. Boogabaah

    Boogabaah I am not here

    wow... i just read the last page.. FEEL THAT BAREFOOTER PASSION?

    whats everyone walking on now? cus i know that i go barefoot everywhere.. and a lot of you do too

    i noticed the WEIRDEST thing the other day while at the park. the sand felt.. odd. i'm sure it was man-made sand. i could just tell by the texture under my feet. all the sand was very round and STATICY!
  18. essenceofweez

    essenceofweez Member

    Ya know, back in the Victorian era, corsets were THE thing to show your class. Obviously, they weren't detrimental to health or anything, so why not wear them? I think he's onto something here. [​IMG]
  19. BobbyGayBoi

    BobbyGayBoi Member

  20. BobbyGayBoi

    BobbyGayBoi Member

    Grass is wonderful barefoot and so is mud and damp sand. I also like cool store floors. But, I go everywhere barefoot.


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