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Still cannot sleep with socks on.

by ErikaStellar on February 9, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


For some unknown reason, my dad used to tell me if I slept with socks on I would grow a beard. Frightened by the prospect of being a bearded lady, I 'Pavlov Dog' trained myself to take my socks of before bed.

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