Sunday, April 16, 2006

Yahoo Answers: Do you let your guests go in to your house with their shoes on?

Yahoo Answers: Do you let your guests go in to your house with their shoes on?

14 comments:

Carey said...

Doesn't matter to me. I'm laid back. If they want to remove their shoes, that's great, but if my guests prefer to wear their shoes, I'm cool with that too.

Unless a bunch of my brother's boy scout friends come stomping in with muddy shoes... *scowls*

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

What if you married a Japanese guy who wanted to insist on shoes-off?

Redeemed said...

That made me scratch my head a little.

I think I shall stay in Canada where people know to remove their shoes at the door, like that, no picking my brain!

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Waht exactly made you scratch your head? The people who thought it was rude to insist on shoes-off?

Sensible. Canada would be a cool place to live.

BTW, I posted a link to Suzanne McCarthy's blog on my main blog. She is a Canadian who keeps her shoes on at home.

Every Blessing in Christ

Matthew

jel said...

Morning Matthew!

if I say yes, will we still be Friends? :)


have a great day!
and God's blessing

Carey said...

A Japanese guy? Hadn't thought of that. If he insisted on shoes-off I'd have no problem with that... as long as he didn't get really mad at me if/when I forgot to take my shoes off. But who could be mad at me? *laughs* I'll just smile cutely... cutely, is that a word?

Redeemed said...

This made me think, would I let someone in my house with their shoes on. What would I do? It would irritate me if someone came in my house with their shoes on.

I read your post on Suzanne McCarthy's blog, but I have no clue what the Complementarian/ Ultraconservative or Egalitarian position is. I have yet to go on her blog and try to figure it out.

All I know is that Paul is clear on the "issue" of women's position in the church. I think it was Charles that posted a good comment on your blog to that regard.

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Jel, yes of course.

I think you should think about the health issue involved, though. Shoes can pick up all sorts of nasty stuff and it builds up dust in the house.

Every Blessing in Christ

Matthew

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Carey, you are cute.

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Sarah, it is up to you who you invite. I suspect you might not be inclined to invite such a person a second time.

Suzanne holds that all areas of ministry are open to women.

I do not agree with this view.

Every Blessing in Christ

Matthew

Carey said...

Cute again? What did I do this time? *laughs*

Sarah, if I forget to remove my shoes (which I rarely do) please feel free to whack me. LOL

It's funny... I always remember to remove my shoes at other peoples' houses, but rarely remember when I get home. Maybe it's because I'm dead-tired when I get home and do well to crawl into bed at night. LOL

Redeemed said...

Lol, Carey, u are cute, I promise NEVER to wack u for any reason! You are both very cute.

I do not agree with that view either, Matthew, as it is not Biblical, and therefore, I will not be visiting her blog. I see no reason why I should get involved. I have learned to stay away from danger.

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Fair enougth.

I find her blog interesting because of her Brethren background, but I do not agree with her views on women's nministry.

Every Blessing in Christ

Matthew

Carey said...

Did you here that, Matt? We're both cute! *LOL* We need to think of a new word. "Cute" is getting a little old, but that's all people seem to use when referring to me. *growls*