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Steel-toe slippers

Help for chronic toe-stubbers
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My sister is walks really fast, and she's always stubbing her toes on the furniture. A pair of steel-toed slippers for wearing around the house would solve this problem. The slippers would also need to have a cushiony coating on the outside to prevent dents in the furniture.
whippinggas, Apr 10 2005


       Alternatively, tie a piece of elastic between her slippers (ever have those mittens?) - this will prevent her from striding about the place, and reduce her speed to one at which furniture is more easily evaded.
moomintroll, Apr 10 2005

       Maybe methaqualone?
bristolz, Apr 10 2005

       How is she on crack pavers and such?
reensure, Apr 11 2005

       I'm thinking a pair of contact lenses might help.
DrCurry, Apr 11 2005

       They get cold in the winter, too. Slippers are supposed to keep your feet warm.
nuclear hobo, May 18 2007


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