The Vikings will wear a pair of shoes without cleaning them until they wear out.
I’m not at a point where I might start a voluntary services to clean random people’s shoes in this country.
I have tried to get a solid explanation from for this behaviour but none of them can really explain.
That has forced me speculate the reasons below.
It’s probably fashionable to wear dirty shoes and no one has told me. People probably wonder where I come from since I’m always in clean shoes. Has Kanye West and his zombie models tried this yet? Can someone update me please!
If it’s not fashionable then probably, people boil their shoes when they are old and drink the soup from it. Probably rich in Calcium? I don’t know, I’m also trying to research. So don’t look at me like I know everything!
Points for dirt
There could also be a probability that the person with the dirtiest shoes will get rewarded during summer festivities. Probably rewarded with a Volvo and if they are immigrants they will be excused for mis-pronouncing Hjalmar Brantingsplatsen.
On the other hand, I may be the only one who notices the dirt. Come to think of it, apart from my Kenyan friends, no one else has told me about the dirty shoes. Are Kenyans paranoid?
Soap is expensive
I have tried to find cheap detergent in this country and everything is damn expensive. They don’t even have Panga Soap and Ushindi. I have suffered my friends. OMG! This might be the main reason why we have so many dirty shoes in this country!
PS: If you can’t take joke then probably this blog is not for you!