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    My friend from US just walk into my house without removing his shoes..... and he refuses to do so even when i tell him to.
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    Depends on the weather, really.

    With that said, I don't particularly like wearing shoes to begin with, so I'm most often barefoot at home.
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    Yes.
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    My friend from US just walk into my house without removing his shoes..... and he refuses to do so even when i tell him to.
    Then he is an uncivilised peasant and should not be allowed to enter.
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    yes, of course.

    My mum would be shooketh if she caught me walking in the home with shoes.
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    I'm not bothered, if you do, cool and if you don't, cool

    As long as your feet don't stink and your shoes aren't dirty :grumble:
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    He must be what Americans call a "Hillbilly".
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    Yes!! Unless I've just put my shoes on to leave and then realised I've forgotten something, then I'll tip toe/run through the house to get it. My mum still isn't happy about that though :lol:
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Then he is an uncivilised peasant and should not be allowed to enter.
    What, the house or the country?
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    (Original post by Andrew97)
    What, the house or the country?
    The house, certainly, the country, possibly.

    I would be disappointed if any visitor to my home did not offer to remove outdoor shoes before proceeding out of the porch and necessitate me having to ask them, and I always do so myself when visiting someone else. To refuse a reasonable request to remove them is definitely uncivilised.
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    Of course
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    i live in Malaysia, everyone takes their shoes off.
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    I take them off when im in my room but not at the door
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    If I didn't then my mother would take my shoes off and whack me with them.
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    Yeah, I typically do. I wear slippers which are more comfy than outdoor shoes. If I'm getting ready around the house and I've put my shoes on, I won't take them off just to go upstairs and get something. When I go to visit my boyfriend in America nobody takes their shoes off. He even puts his shoes up on the bed and the sofa. I can't stand that.
 
 
 
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