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1. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

When walking along the beach without a care in the world, watching and following your feet. Which foot tends to lead you the most?

2. Posted by JennyCook (Full Member 95 posts) 11y

well you know what they say: best foot forward.

3. Posted by travelover (Respected Member 494 posts) 11y

I wouldn't know because I tend to be looking at the beauty that is surrounding me and not my feet!

4. Posted by backpackit (Full Member 45 posts) 11y

What the HELL are you talking about? Seriously, are you just going down your list of the most absurd questions you can think of??

Just for the sake of diplomacy, I'll answer. I tend to lead equally with my left foot as my right. Otherwise I walk in circles!

There. Now can we dispense with the supid questions? For the record (before the questions are asked, because I KNOW they're coming), I see out of BOTH eyes, I sleep on my stomach, I put the LEFT leg of my pants on first, and boxer-briefs. Okay?

5. Posted by Rraven (Travel Guru 5924 posts) 11y

backpackit - if you don't like the questions, why do you answer ?

6. Posted by backpackit (Full Member 45 posts) 11y

To dilute my rant.

7. Posted by Rraven (Travel Guru 5924 posts) 11y

sorry but it didn't really work, did it ?

8. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 11y

hmm... maybe we should have a "Wocca" forum...? ;)

And I usually lead with my right. For some reason, sometimes when I start with the left I lose my balance and wobble. Rather embarassing.

9. Posted by tresham (Full Member 67 posts) 11y

I lead with my left.... when I teach classes here at the local Y I'll sometimes have the class members test their legs to see which is stronger...... btw..I'm right handed...sleep on my left side........

10. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

It all depends on what is lying on the sand in front of me as each beach journey begins....

Quoting travelover

I wouldn't know because I tend to be looking at the beauty that is surrounding me and not my feet!

Sometimes watching your feet, rather than the beauty around you pays off - like finding a very rare 9 legged starfish (long deceased and well dried) on Sanibel Island, or missing all the dead jellyfish washed up on the shore on Key West, or having sand crabs run up and play tag with your toes in Montego Bay.

Sometimes I just stand there with both feet buried in the sand and watch the world pass by.