SHORT SHORT with English summary October 2005
The right side or wrong side $B!!!!N"I=(B
The right side or the wrong side
It happens I have my under wear reversed on me. I realize the situation through the very delicate sense of uneasiness. I have neglected the case since it has no importance if I have no intension to exhibit it. The other day I made up my mind to verify the cause and effect of this case. You never know what might happen.
I came to the conclusion that my habit or rhythm of behavior must be the cause. When you take off your under wear it has a tendency to be turned, reversed. And the under wear is thrown in the washing machine, to be washed and dried, and in the chest of drawers. Therefore if you just pick the under wear up and put it on, that is what I do, you have it on you reversed. But never mind, next turn it shall be the right side on you.
I continued my thought. Which side of the under wear shall really be called right? Isn't it the side, which touches on our skin that should be called the right side? The mission of the under wear is to cover, to protect and to keep shape of our body, not to show the cool or hot design of itself. So many of us cut the neck tag off since it is uncomfortable. It is not so sensible to have the clear traces of the elastic bands and clasps. The under wears must be designed that no uncomfortable seams and stitches touch our delicate skin. This is the fundamental function required for the under wear.
The shoes have always been to cover and to protect our feet. For many years the appearance of the foot wears were just the result from the effort of how to nicely fulfill these functions. Today, when we mention about the shoes we imagine the look and the lengths of feet, so called the size numbers. Only recently the widths of feet got the legitimacy to be coded, but not always. On the magazines we meet beautiful pictures of shoes, sometimes with nice legs, but it is very seldom we meet the explanations, sales talk, on the inner materials, inner form design or way of seams. So many people have foot troubles. Such unfamiliar words as "Hallux Valgus" and "Bunion" are common in our daily conversations.
We find so many "The right side or the wrong side" cases. It is mere bagatelle that the tourism souvenirs are the brand names and the design of the wrappings. The TV programs are composed with empty laughter without messages. The speeches by the presidents or politicians are so arbitrarily chosen unjust side as the right side. The office buildings we work and the houses we live are being built just to show the ridiculous facades. The environments where we spend our life are not thin facades. The unbearable aches by "Hallux Valgus" and "Bunion" do not end at the limited toe area.