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Old 08-15-2008, 02:08 PM
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1) I like cold feet when sleeping
2) If I specifically wash my feet it is because they are really dirty, as in walking around the back yard or in the drive
3) When i wash them usually use a washcloth (wet from the sink) and sit on the toilet (closed cover)
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Not sure if this is true. But the toilet seat is also supposed to be quite clean. Would you store your toothbrushes down beside that?
If it weren't for the slpashing, the odors, and the inconvenience of having to reach down to get it and put it away, I wouldn't have a problem.

And besides, my comment was tongue-in-cheek anyway.
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Ok it's like this: washed feet are warm feet. Maybe dried sweat conducts too well from the salt. I can't sleep with cold feet.
I can certainly understand cold feet as a sleeping problem.....but have you ever heard of socks? Washing your feet will make them warm for a few minutes but socks (and/or a blanket over your feet) should keep them warm all night whether they are dirty or not.
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I wash my feet in the toilet
That sounds easiest. Just insert foot and flush--you may not even have to scrub.
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That sounds easiest. Just insert foot and flush--you may not even have to scrub.
If you want to scrub there is the round brush with the long handle right there. Just stick your foot in the hole and run it back and forth
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If you want to scrub there is the round brush with the long handle right there. Just stick your foot in the hole and run it back and forth
I thought that was a back-scratcher....it's a foot scrubber? You learn something new every day.
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The only sink you should wash your feet in is an operating room sink.
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Exception: A Burger King kitchen sink.
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