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    Hey guys basically I would like to know what your opinion is of people who sit crossed legged like the way you would on the floor but on a chair, in a library setting.
    Note:the shoe soles never actually touch the seat.

    Please be honest, I do this but would like to not cause annoyance, if it's a particular problem I will stop, but no one has ever said anything to me, staff incl. So I'm not sure what the general consensus is.
    Thank you in advance
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    (Original post by Sly_snake)
    Hey guys basically I would like to know what your opinion is of people who sit crossed legged like the way you would on the floor but on a chair, in a library setting.
    Note:the shoe soles never actually touch the seat.

    Please be honest, I do this but would like to not cause annoyance, if it's a particular problem I will stop, but no one has ever said anything to me, staff incl. So I'm not sure what the general consensus is.
    Thank you in advance
    As long as the chair is sturdy enough and you're not bothering people next to you, that is there is enough leg space, it should be fine. Who the hell cares, right?
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    So much temptation to push them off. No reason.
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    (Original post by Sly_snake)
    Hey guys basically I would like to know what your opinion is of people who sit crossed legged like the way you would on the floor but on a chair, in a library setting.
    Note:the shoe soles never actually touch the seat.

    Please be honest, I do this but would like to not cause annoyance, if it's a particular problem I will stop, but no one has ever said anything to me, staff incl. So I'm not sure what the general consensus is.
    Thank you in advance
    I see quite a lot of people do that. As long as your shoes aren't touching it then I don't understand why people would get annoyed?
    Although how do you do it? I find crossing my legs really un-comfy.
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    (Original post by Kholmes1)
    I see quite a lot of people do that. As long as your shoes aren't touching it then I don't understand why people would get annoyed?
    Although how do you do it? I find crossing my legs really un-comfy.
    Who knows, i thought perhaps people would get annoyed that it may be rude to bring my feet up so close to the chair.

    Know idea to be honest, I've always just found it the only way I can sit comfortably for a long period of time.
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    :dontknow: i don't see a problem with it
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    I do it all the time, wherever I'm sitting! Just so much more comfortable isn't it? I don't see why anyone should find it a problem


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    (Original post by Kholmes1)
    I see quite a lot of people do that. As long as your shoes aren't touching it then I don't understand why people would get annoyed?
    Although how do you do it? I find crossing my legs really un-comfy.
    Asian or slav genetics. I do it too and have both lol.
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    Currently sat cross legged on a chair rn, but I'm at home.
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    We all sit in different ways, whatever makes you comfortable eh
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    Don't care. I've done this before although I'd probably take my shoes off to do it - that may actually be worse though.
 
 
 
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