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    It's not like they need them...
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    Because their feet might feel cold... oh wait they don't feel anything in legs? damn good question
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    fashion
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    Who says invalids can't be fashionistas?
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    aesthetic
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    Hard surfaces?
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    poor question in bad taste ...
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    (Original post by Bad Faith)
    It's not like they need them...
    Protection from the cold (they do have feeling in their feet), protection from injury when things fall on or knock against their feet, and for aesthetic reasons. There, that didn't take much thinking through, did it?
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    errm what about rain/snow??? dust?
    why do you wear gloves...it's not like you need them
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    why do blind people like wearing sunglasses? same thing
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    edgy question
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    Why do you wear clothes? :rolleyes:. What a distasteful question to ask.

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    Why do blind people have eyeballs?
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    Made me lol, poor taste though. And there are like a hundred reasons anyway.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    poor question in bad taste ...
    I'm genuinely curious.

    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Protection from the cold (they do have feeling in their feet), protection from injury when things fall on or knock against their feet, and for aesthetic reasons. There, that didn't take much thinking through, did it?
    Do they have feeling in their feet? That would only apply to some surely. The chances of something falling onto their feet only is unlikely. Injury is more likely indoors (which you don't need shoes for). I mean what is going to suddenly knock off someone on a wheelchair?

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    why do blind people like wearing sunglasses? same thing
    But why do they? I'm curious.

    (Original post by Vanny17)
    Why do you wear clothes? :rolleyes:. What a distasteful question to ask.

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    How is that comparable to me wearing clothes?
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    Obviously everyone had to be melodramatic about it. Only on TSR. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    Why do blind people have eyeballs?
    That is not remotely similar to what I asked, now maybe if I had asked why do people in wheelchairs have legs than you could have a point.
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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    why do blind people like wearing sunglasses? same thing
    (Original post by jamestg)
    Why do blind people have eyeballs?
    well that escalated rather quickly
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    (Original post by Bad Faith)
    Do they have feeling in their feet? That would only apply to some surely. The chances of something falling onto their feet only is unlikely. Injury is more likely indoors (which you don't need shoes for). I mean what is going to suddenly knock off someone on a wheelchair?
    Critical thinking is not your strong point, is it? Have you never had someone drop something on your foot in the street or school or the office? Do you not think it possible that the wheel chair may be pushed into an obstruction, or struck by a closing door?
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    (Original post by Bad Faith)
    That is not remotely similar to what I asked, now maybe if I had asked why do people in wheelchairs have legs than you could have a point.
    Lol calm down. It's similar in stupidity.
 
 
 

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