Socks "one foot at a time" by People I've loved
Oh crap. You need to go to take care of your administrative paperwork, the tub is becoming brown and greasy, you had to call your great aunt for weeks now, and the water of the aquarium must be changed. Slow down, breathe, Rome wasn't built in a day. Just go one step at a time...
Start by stacking your stressed feet in these socks, and feel your braveness grow. In case of a breakdown, just remove your shoes and read.
One size (fits most)
Pauline tells you a story:
The earliest known surviving pair of socks, dating from 300–500AD, were excavated in Egypt. The split toes were designed for use with sandals.
Socks have evolved over the centuries from the earliest models, which were made from animal skins gathered up and tied around the ankles. In the 8th century BC, the Ancient Greeks wore socks from matted animal hair for warmth. The Romans also wrapped their feet with leather or woven fabrics. By the 5th century AD, socks called "puttees" were worn by holy people in Europe to symbolize purity. By 1000 AD, socks became a symbol of wealth among the nobility. From the 16th century onwards, an ornamental design on the ankle or side of a sock has been called a clock.