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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Midgetje94, Jul 5, 2021.
not at my house
Crocs are worn a lot by men and women that have to stand a lot at work, so kitchens, hospitals, places like that.
"Real" men limp a lot.
All y'all are bagging on Crocs, but you know who I see wearing Crocs the most? Physicians and nurses, of all genders, especially in A&E (ER) and surgical suites. They're comfortable for long periods of time, and blood and viscera easily wash off of them.
Crocs are for superheroes.
Hell no! But...
Jellies are exceedingly appropriate for all occasions. The Dude abides.
Only the quiche eaters.
Crocs and Socks.
My wife and I have sets of croc-like clogs that we can slip on to go to the mailbox, or not worry about them getting wet when we're watering outdoor plants. Crocs just deploy quickly and tolerate anything. I don't dress for anyone but me and don't care what fashon dos and don'ts the hive mind dictates.
I have some Crocs.
They are good as someone mentioned for a quick shoe to throw on to walk to the mailbox, out to the pool or hot tub, watering plants, etc..
They are not good for the beach, they're really inferior to sandals in sand as crocs will let the sand in but not let it back out, so they fill up with sand.
They're pretty comfy, but if I wear them too much they make my back hurt.
Nope, never going to wear them out of the house/yard. If I went for a walk or was to go play guitar in cargo shorts with them they'd make my back hurt I think.