Apparently they're called thongs in Australia lol
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flip flops but sometimes I say sandals even though those tend to look fancier.
My boyfriend said in Portuguese they call them sandalias.
Or more colloquially "slippers"
Those are flip flops.
Sandals or flip flops
I call them flip flops xD
Flip flops or sandals
In America its called:
Sandalias or slaps lol
Here in the UK Flip Flops.
tongue en france
Flip flops in usa
flip flops or a chancla depending if you're running away for dear life or not
Flip flops lol
We call them klipklapper
Flip flops in Us
When I grew up we called them sandals. Then later they were called flip flops or thongs. In the US it's somewhat regional in different areas.
The word thongs from these is where the name for the underwear came from - referring to the thing between the toes. It was kind of a joke at first, but it caught on and stuck.
We call them geta.
Flip flops is what they are called in the South East part of the USA
We call them flip flops, although some silly women call then "appropriate business attire" ... seriously they wear a buttoned shirt and shirt, then walk around the office with flip flops on.
人字拖 in HongKongese or "Man flops"
"人字" , the word man. Due to the shape of the plastic strap resembling that of the word "man" in Chinese.
"拖" , drag , because of the god awful noise it makes whenever people walks around in them.
In Spain it's "cholas" or "zapatillas".
That's right we call them thongs in Australia and what you call a thong, we call that a g-string.
We call Chappal in my country
flip flops. Sandals is used but usually for a nicer version that women wear.
We called them thongs when I was a kid. But by 2000 we started to call them flip flops.
Yep, thongs... because Australia
Flip flops, sandals. I heard in Norway their word for it sounds exactly like the n word o. o
flip flops or sandals.
Those are called flip flops in the U. S.
Chanclas or guarachas
But yeah in Austrailia they are called Thongs
It is called "Sandalet" in where I live.