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Trust me, just don’t. It’s been a rainy week here in Texas and since I practically live in flip-flops in the Summer I have to remind myself before I go out to put on real shoes. A few things happen when you wear flip-flops in the rain:
- Your feet get covered in water and whatever else is mixed in with the water (oil, dirt, mud, nastiness)
- Your shoes become very slippery and hard to keep on
- Your shoes flip & flop the water, oil, dirt, mud and other nastiness mentioned above onto the back of your legs and bottom- yuck! I’m amazed sometimes at how high flip-flops can flick things.
Thankfully rain boots have become fashionable.