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    I have a hole on my daddy toe - on my right foot. I can't concentrate on my daily life routines, it's causing a nuisance.

    If you use warm water instead of hot,they can't get as clean,if you use detergent instead of bleach,they can't get as clean.
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    Might be a bit bonkers, but you could always, y'know, buy some more socks?

    Or if you want to conserve cash, get a sewing kit and stitch up the tear yourself.
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    Or cut your toenails.
    Or buy shoes that fit.
    Or buy better quality socks.
    Or refrain from tumbling drying them.
    Or stop wearing socks.
    Or stop minding about the hole in your socks.

    There, that's a few options for starters.
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    Sew it back together or get shorter toes
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    (Original post by DrSocSciences)
    Or cut your toenails.
    Or buy shoes that fit.
    Or buy better quality socks.
    Or refrain from tumbling drying them.
    Or stop wearing socks.
    Or stop minding about the hole in your socks.

    There, that's a few options for starters.
    You should add a 'k' after the 'Soc' in your name.
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    (Original post by DarkEnergy)
    You should add a 'k' after the 'Soc' in your name.
    Smart idea. I've no more room for further post-nominal letters.
 
 
 
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