That's interesting, Kaori... I don't quite see the Japanese being so informal as to go barefoot outside. Me, I'd be hopscotching into the shade.[Koi in Chinese is jinli (I think that's literally golden carp, but not sure), as goldfish - not the same fish - is jinyu.]
hah! i don;t think i can do that here,^0^ but i do this barefoot thing inside the house, and it always feeels good!
I'm barefoot at home either, I can't stand any kind of slippers. Maybe a pair of socks in winter, but nothing more!
What a joy it must be. Years since last walked barefeet outside the house. Would try to leave the shoes in me hands. Please have a wonderful Wednesday, thank you as well for your kind words very much.daily athens
I don't know how people do this, it hurts to walk outside with no shoes on!
LOL, I'd put my shoes back on :)... Actually I'd find the road a bit rough and tough for my feet.
if the concrete is too hot with your shoes how can you walk on it bare foot ???????
i don't recommend being barefoot on London's streets
No barefoot outdoors for me. too hot, I look silly hip hopping about. ;)
“Ow, ow, ow, ow! It would be better if I was walking on grass.”
Most Canadians do not wear shoes inside our homes either. But I DO wear socks because my feet get cold...especially in winter. :)
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