Here's a funny story for you. I was home doing some of my normal, everyday chores and someone knocked on the door. I was in my stay-at-home-and-clean clothes and a pair of tennis shoes. I answered the door and it was a man (we'll call him "David" to protect his identity). I invited him in -- don't worry, I know him so don't be scared that I'm inviting strangers into my house -- and we visit for a couple of minutes. He asks how the kids are doing, how Ben likes the ward basketball team, and then hands me a sheet of paper. We talk about it for a minute and I'm starting to wonder how long he's going to stay and chat. Then he says, "Hey, nice shoes. I have a pair like that. You know, the kind that are ugly as sin but really comfortable so you can't bring yourself to throw them away. I wear them at home all the time, but my wife won't let me wear them out in public." I look down at my shoes. I agreed and he left. I agreed because I didn't want to embarrass him by contradicting him, but these were pretty new shoes and I wear them in public all the time! I actually thought they were kinda cute! Maybe I should take him shopping with me next time. Here's a picture of the "ugly as sin" shoes. Give me your honest opinion. Should I be embarrassed that I wore these in public? Do I need to keep these as "house shoes"?