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Thread: Do you wash your feet in the shower?

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    I piss on my feet in the shower and smile

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    Senior Member Limes's Avatar
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    I prefer to wash my entire skin surface, including between my toes, where I believe that a fungus could survive a simple soap runoff.
    I grew up with my dad getting his stinky feet out after work so I'm pretty sensitive to not walking in stinky footsteps.
    I prefer to not have my feet smell at all, ever.

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    Glad this issue has been addressed. I consider it very important to wash one's feet in the shower. I discovered this back in like 7th grade when I realized I could smell my feet in class, so presumably others could too. I started washing my feet thoroughly with soap in the shower every day and that took care of the problem for all intents and purposes. Letting soapy water run over them isn't enough. Additional good things to do are to put shoes near a fan so they dry out completely when not in use and change socks if it's a long day. Also definitely don't go without socks.

    I wish I could have told this guy that last year who sat next to me for a semester. His feet gave off a powerful smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zago View Post
    Glad this issue has been addressed. I consider it very important to wash one's feet in the shower. I discovered this back in like 7th grade when I realized I could smell my feet in class, so presumably others could too. I started washing my feet thoroughly with soap in the shower every day and that took care of the problem for all intents and purposes. Letting soapy water run over them isn't enough. Additional good things to do are to put shoes near a fan so they dry out completely when not in use and change socks if it's a long day. Also definitely don't go without socks.

    I wish I could have told this guy that last year who sat next to me for a semester. His feet gave off a powerful smell.
    I suspect it must depend on the person’s feet. I’m much like you and even with thoroughly washing every day, I’ll have to take additional measures to keep my feet from smelling, like using those anti odor sprays. But my feet sweat a lot and my toes are thick so there’s no gaps between them. My fiancée on the other hand (foot?) has very dry feet and narrow toes that stay separate, and I’ve never smelled any strong odor coming from them.

    Still though, that’s all separate from deciding what to wash with soap imo. I doubt my calves are ever going to stink but I still wash them.

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