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POLL: People of Romford - What do you think of slippers?

10:00 31 January 2014

Slippers

Slippers

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Do you slip into a sumptuous pair of slippers after a hard days work? Or do your toes curl up at the idea of having your feet constrained at home after wearing shoes all day?

National Slipper Day, which requires people to wear slippers to work for the day, is all in aid of Help for Heroes.

It takes place on Friday but we want to hear what you think of slippers and whether they are still the epitome of footwear fashion.

Whether you love a fluffy slipper, are more of a moccasin man or a novelty pair to make you smile, we want to know.

Tell us if you are doing anything to mark the day by emailing us at news.desk@romfordrecorder.co.uk, tweet us @romfordrecorder or call 020 8477 3826.

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