[QUOTE=cholla;2599581]Very washable too .
On the other hand no one likes to accidently get cat poop squished between their toes even if it does wash off.
It depends on how cold the weather is, and how fresh the poop is …
My father friend, being a farmer by trade, swears that a nice fresh cow paddy in the mornings makes your day better … but now I have images of Drop Dead Fred in my mind … having met my friends mother … she’s just like the evil mum.
[QUOTE=cholla;2599581]I never liked flip-flops or even a sandal that is held on with something I have to put between my toes. I have & like the sandals that are held on with straps including a heel strap . [/QUOTE]
I definately prefer the strap over the toes, over the front of the ankle & behind the ankle approach … the thin strip between the toes wears the skin away, and makes it sore … yuck.
Definatly not nice. Poop from carnivores is gross & reeks like a rotting corpse:p
That’s a shame … I spend as much time barefoot as possible. But basically when I go out, I have to wear shoes, for society’s sake … otherwise I’d be berfoot 24/7 … except in winter when I wear my Ugg-thongs
[QUOTE=Arachne;2599625]Hehe, yeah when I posted the word, I thought…"whoops, I hope [B]Cholla[/B] (and any other US folk reading) knows what a PortaLoo is! I had a friend at school whose surname was “Porter” - have a guess what [I]her[/I] nickname was [/QUOTE]
Portaloo = handy tree … or at least it did before they started passing public decency laws … the bastards …
Now it’s a big ugly plastic cabinet with a door, which contains a bunch of chemicals inside a box with a toilet seat on it, drops of something everywhere, soaked toilet paper covering the floor and behind the seat and sometimes on the seat, and wet mud/sand all over the floor, and a smell like a thousand privies, when you open the door. It also has a hoop on top, so they can pick it up with a crane and move it somewhere else, to torture those poor residents.
I personally just call them “Ewwwww”.