Will you allow the shoes or any footwear inside the clean house?
July 21, 2008 10:33pm CST
I get irritated when i finished cleaning the house and have a visitors and they does not notice that the floor are already clean and still they try to enter their shoes inside the house. I sometimes think that they doesn't clean their house because they are not appreciating the effort of the man kind.
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23 Jul 08
I wouldn't allow any footwear in the house. It wouldn't be easier for us to mop it. Even if I go to another house, I would leave my slippers or shoes outside. It can be irritating sometimes when people don't leave their slippers outside and I just seethe inwardly.
23 Jul 08
NOOOOOOOOOO. as in big no. i am a very busy woman. i am a single mom of four children. we have our own chores but since the classes started last june my children can only do the washing plates and cooking rice chores. so now i am the one mostly doing a lot of chores then i take a break during weekends. so NO NO NO dirty shoes, sleepers that was used outside in the house. they know i will really be mad if they do that. they cant wear there shoes too insie the house they have to step pout first before they put their shoes
22 Jul 08
That happens to all of us I guess. There are really times when you'll just let your visitors in without telling them to take off their shoes or sandals. It would surely turn your cleaned floor messy. Anyway, in our house now, when visitors come, I really tell them to take off their footwear and wear the house slippers that I prepared that are only intended inside the house. It works well for me.
• United States
22 Jul 08
where i come from it is costomary to remove your shoes before entering a home. i think they picked it up from the japanese when they were over here during the sugar rush or plantation times. even when i go to the mainland i still remove my shoes to show respect for the people that live in the home. i dont know where the idea came from but it is something that i have always done.