How many do you have?

@isshie (71)
Philippines
September 11, 2008 9:47pm CST
To those flip flop lovers like myself- may I ask how many pairs do you have? I have I think only about 20 pairs. But not all of them are the expensive brand ones. I have them in different colors. Personally, I'm not the close shoe type of person. I think the only close shoes I own are my rubber shoes, sneakers and a black leather one. I like my feet all exposed and free... hahahahaha! I think that's why I like wearing flops. I like the SANUK brand now coz they are so comfy and its not rubber like the other well-known brand. And you can wear flops with anything...
3 responses
@breepeace (3022)
• Canada
8 Jan 09
I probably have close to 20 myself. There was a store in my old city that sold 5 pairs for $10, so I'd always buy the 5. I did lose a pair in Europe, and broke a pair that I'd bought in Portugal, and others may have been lost in the 2 moves I've made in the past year, but I think it's probably still around 20.
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
12 Sep 08
I am not a flip flop lover because its dress down fashion. Though I owned two pairs of havianas and that's it. One for outdoors and one for indoors. The indoor style is the England flag which I bought in Bora whilst the other pair is the black camouflage was purchased by my aunt in Rustans makati as a present for my 31st birthday. For me, flip flops are supposed to use for markets and going to a nearby stores. I am referring to male species by the way. It shouldn't be used as a fashion statement and sported with jeans and polo shirt it just looks awful and very peasant looking. Thanks and keep em' posted.
@mimico (3618)
• Philippines
12 Sep 08
I like flip flops because they're comfy but I'm not one to splurge on in. I only have 4 pairs, 2 flat ones and 2 heeled ones. My flip flops are also either black or white only. I've always wanted to get a red or blue pair but I've never gotten around to doing so haha. I have a while flip flop that has some nice gems but I don't really think of it as a flip flop but as a sandal because it costs around $80! My definition of a flip flop is something that looks like a pair of Havainas and within that price range.