Did you think people should be allowed to go barefoot wherever they please?

Sure,as long as they dont hurt no one

Asked By: barefootinquisitor - 5/30/2007
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Yes, and fortunately, in spite of persistent myths, it IS allowed to be barefoot in public, including stores and restaurants. There are NO health laws requiring footwear in stores, insurance companies don't require or even recommend shoes for customers, and there are no laws requiring footwear when driving. Stores can... More
Answered By: Sheriam - 5/30/2007
Additional Answers (13)
Maybe not in restaurants...especially if they have dirty, stinky feet.
Answered By: mike t - 5/30/2007
NOPE. I don't want someone spreading their fungus!!!!
Answered By: moshing area - 5/30/2007
I wouldn't suggest it... I don't know about you, but I don't like cutting my feet up.
Answered By: billthakat - 5/30/2007
no id nasty
Answered By: totygoliguez1989 - 5/30/2007
No. Of course not. Public nudity must be banned for the same reason: Some people have ugly feet that offend sensibilities. Some people have ugly, old bodies that should be banned from sight. A pasty-skinned white person wouldn't wear yellow, would they? Nuff said.
Answered By: ALWAYS GOTTA KNOW - 5/30/2007
It seems you've already answered your question, no? But what about people that have things "wrong" with their feet like foot fungus, the type of athelete's foot that's apparently uncurable or such? These are contagious and people walking around barefoot would be spreading these to everybody. Isn't that just harmful... More
Answered By: Sione - 5/30/2007
yes, we are all creatures of the animal kingdom so why not. does an elephant or monkey where shoes. we only started wearing shoes to help with the harshness of the ground. so it hsouldnt matter whether you wear them or not. although there are some places you want shoes like public bathrooms and such but it still should... More
Answered By: ballchairclock - 5/30/2007
We weren't born with shoes that's for sure... More
Answered By: amberwolf_for_art - 5/30/2007
Not anywhere they please--no... More
Answered By: chocowriter - 5/30/2007
I don't think so, just for their own safety. My mother used to walk barefoot in the yard and a little bug somehow burrowed itself in her skin. I had an experience similar accept army ants attacked my foot. I could just imagine what would be on cement if someone walked around on that all day. And what about inside... More
Answered By: Mekina G - 5/30/2007
Why do you ask questions just to answer them yourself? Why have you asked so many questions about being barefoot? Do you have a foot f****h or are you just looking to justify your own desire to be barefoot... More
Answered By: teresathegreat - 5/30/2007
Well...Frankly...Yes... More
Answered By: Tim F - 5/30/2007
Well, I would have to say no, they may step on anything dangerous. I see people barefoot sometimes in restaruants and taverns, and that is bad enough.
Answered By: Pauly - 5/30/2007
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