Socks

There is an ongoing discussion among well famed philosophers from the Stan’s (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Engelestan, Kazakhstan,…) about what was first: The sock or the sandal. We could argue that this is a ridiculous contemplation. Our very own The She Cried fashion expert has explained us never to mix socks, sandals and sake. Although the world seems to agree that only two of those are adequate as footwear. To make a short story longer, we will present you the results of the bi-annual foot fashion convention of Y-city, Arkansas 1957:
Socks are not to be worn when one does not feel like wearing socks. One can in stead wear silly undergarments like jockstraps or a fiat multipla in the safety of your home. You don’t want to be caught in either one of them in public. In the winter one can use a sock to hang on the hearth hoping that Santa Clause will leave candy or presents in it. However one is more likely to catch a cold from having one foot uncovered, than to find a sock filled with a yellow Ferrari BB512 on Christmas morning.

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