is typical custom in asia
I don't have any kind of rule but generally my shoes come off as soon as I'm in through the door. My socks come off some time afterwards if I'm wearing them. If I'm in the garden I tend to be barefoot. Also for things like taking out rubbish etc. I let guests decide for themselves whether to remove their shoes or not and would never force anyone if they felt uncomfortable.
To all the Emoticons/Emojis that did not make it through the Upgrade
I'm sorry if this has been answered already, and I could swear I knew how to do this last time I popped on, but can't find it today. Is there a way to find our content by topics and not just posts? Today, I had to scroll through all of my posts to find a topic, when I used to just go to my profile and search topic. Help?
And kudos on all of the hard work! Looks nice!
Thumb:- an appendage often cited - by humans - as the crucial difference between higher apes and all other animals. However, were one to ask, say, a camel, it is likely that it would cite the hump as the crucial difference between its own kind and all other animals. A chameleon might offer colour-changing ability and a platypus could probably come up with half a dozen unique platypusian attributes. So the thumb may be a differentiator, but it is not necessarily a proof of superiority, as is sometimes suggested. It simply means that Man is the best-equipped of God's creatures for hitch-hiking.
It feels good to be up above the clouds.
It feels good for the first time in a long time now.