Just go back to Tumblr.
I just found out that apparently this isn't a standard thing all over the world?
Here in Alberta, you get them off as soon as you step through the door of any house.
Shoes off as soon as I get in my/someones house. You can get more comfortable, don't track mud, and its just out of goddamn respect.
This is my design
It could be said that in his death,
he has become a thing of love far greater than any living being could hope to be.
Already he does not hate, does not kill, does not steal. Is it not magnificent?
Left where he is, he will selflessly provide sustenance for animals and insects.
Buffeted by harsh winds, pelted by stinging rain.
Still he will not utter a single word in protest.
Death is that which completes a man.
- That drunk priest fella.
Yes. I just moved into a new remodeled house that is next door to my shitty old one. It's a rule now.
Haven't you heard?
Spartans never die.
Exactly, that is just a principle wherever you go.I expect others to take their dirty shoes off, so I take mine off in their house.It is respectable and polite, and to others that don't take their shoes off.....Do that in your own house.Anyway, I take my shoes off mostly for my benefit.I like to get comfortable.
Feeling The Aster?
If you were my friend, you would know.....
"Take all the time lost, all the day's that I've cost.
Take what I took and give it back to you,
All this time we were waiting for each other,
All this time, I was waiting for you.
All this love we keep wasting on another...
All this time, we were waiting for each other.
Never jumped so Far, never jumped so Far,
To get back where you are.
All this time, we were waiting for each other,
All this time, I was waiting for you......"
Jero puts his shoes on as soon as he wakes up in the morning. Only time he'll take his shoes off indoors is when we go to my grandmother's home.
I only put my shoes on as soon as I need to go somewhere, and as soon as I get home, I take them off. I can't stand shoes. Or socks for that matter.
Yes, though I do tend to wear slippers whilst inside.
By the ever talented Lillian Thorne!