Is there any special way to walk on the ice without slipping? This may sound stupid, but I'm new to living in the north. It doesn't matter if I'm wearing my snowboots or my cool boots, I still slip so I figure I'll just keep wearing my cool boots and at least I'll look good as I slide down the sidewalk. LOL. Seriously, my husband says if I try to walk carefully and take little steps, that's why I'll fall. I'm not sure what he means. I don't even want to go outside until Spring :(Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 3:26 PM on Jan. 7, 2009 in Just for Fun
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I also wanted to add that I don't recommend using the rubber things you put over your shoes with spikes on them because they can make you trip and because they ruin flooring and the last thing you want to do is either sit on the ice to take them off or try to balance on one foot and take them off before going in where ever it is your going.
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