If, say, you suddenly find your elderly parents having to move in with you permanently, and also if this means that you are primarily responsible for moving them out of their home and into your home, and also also if, say, those are elderly parents have accumulated about 30,000 gallons of wheat in their food storage (which I am pretty sure is enough to feed the entire freaking country instead of just themselves for a year), you may want to wear shoes while moving afore mentioned wheat.
Otherwise, you may end up having one of those 30,000 cans wheat fall from the top shelf in the pantry right on your foot, and slice through three of your toes. And also also ALSO…breaking a least one of those very-needed-to-get-everything-done toes.
Just so you know.
There you go.
A bit of sage advice for you all.
Also…I am now so entirely done with all things “wheat” that I am now going Gluten-Free.
I even unfollowed Wil Wheaton on Twitter.