Are we to infer that she was barefoot inside Delirium too? I shudder.
I’m not sure why this such a common and acceptable thing to do in SF. I noticed this especially after New Years when women would walk barefoot down the streets like they were taking a leisurely stroll on a San Diego beach.
Never mind all the fecal matter, glass, needles, urine, spit, blood, and other countless number of vile human by-products that cover the streets.
WHAT DOES NOT KILL US MAKES US STRONGER.
…actually, I suppose from a purely darwinist standpoint, what DOES kill us also makes us stronger.
Uh…. really? I think it’s pretty obvious why women walk barefoot on New Years – because their shoes are fucking uncomfortable. Not sure if that’s the case with the female in this photo, but it’s really not a secret.
I think what Bob is asking is how does someone go from “Holy shit, my feet hurt.” to “Holy shit, my feet hurt. Maybe I should take my shoes off on this dirty-ass street and walk around like I’m not putting myself at risk of catching something!”
I’ve worn some pretty uncomfortable shoes before and I’ll be damned if I was going to take them off and walk barefoot around this city.
Richard. Reading comprehension. Try it,
Darwin Award Final Exam.
If that sidewalk could talk.
Those aren’t bare feet. They’re the latest from ugg:
Wait for it….
have fun with the Hepatitis A-Z
I no longer have a foot fetish.
+1… cocaine is a hell of a drug
I some dirty big feet, a shawarma and a can of Tecate in a pocket that was probably snuck out of Delirium.
hahaha good lookin out!
Gross! I think flip flips are bad, too. Not nearly enough protection from the sidewalk evils.
Watch out for the vomit!
I will forever always choose to bleed, bleed, bleeeeeed in my shoes!
SO WHAT!? If you don’t want to do barefoot, don’t. But, if other people choose to do this, what differance should it make to you? This is a matter of other people’s choices that have NO affect on you at all.
The spread of Hepatitis affects us all.
Yeah right, you’re at home in your little boutique hood ‘La Lengua” basking in the glow of you 6 year old Viewsonic 17″ monitor. You need human contact the catch Hep – you have NOTHING to worry about!
For Doktor ^^^
Yes. It’s true. It’s so hard for me to imagine even going out. Golly, I’m breaking out in hives even thinking about going to my favorite bars/restaurants/stores/etc.
In other news: That is a weirdly specific comment about monitors. (Or is it just a specifically weird comment about monitors? I’m not sure.)
This is probably the easiest way to get in touch with you, Dok, to let you know that it was near 90 degrees and sunny in Seattle today — only slightly warmer than yesterday. Haven’t seen more than a couple of drops of wet since I got here. Doing yard work with my nephew and loving it.
Hey, that sounds great! I hope the weather holds up for you (and/or it doesn’t bother you when it’s less-than-sunny), and that you find lots of fun stuff to do and good people to do it with, man.
Well, I’ve SEEN your monitor, HELLO!?!?!
I think you might have me confused with someone else.
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