The Ephemerist Lexicon: Flip-Flop Stigmata

Flip-flop stigmata (flpflp stg-mät)

n.) The parallel, irritating blisters that occur on each foot from extensive city walking in flip-flops during the first warm day of the summer season.

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One Response to The Ephemerist Lexicon: Flip-Flop Stigmata

  1. Cindy E. says:

    I’ve been wearing flip-flops all year long — but then again, I do live in FL :P

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