How Do You Put On Socks and Shoes? 'Today' Show's Dylan Dreyer and Husband Spark Heated Debate

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Brian Fichera, left, the husband of "Today" show meteorologist Dylan Dreyer, right, sparked the debate with an Instagram post this week. Getty

Hot on the heels of the “beach or door?” conundrum comes a new debate: Do you put both socks on before shoes, or sock-shoe-sock-shoe?

The controversy was ignited by “Today” show meteorologist Dylan Dreyer and her husband, Brian Fichera, as they watched an episode of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” with son Calvin.

Fichera revealed in an Instagram video that Dreyer prefers the sock-shoe-sock-shoe method, while he opts for sock-sock-shoe-shoe. The clip, posted Monday, has more than 22,000 views.

Commenters on the post appear divided on their own routines.


It’s reminiscent of the “Which way do you face in the shower?” question that enraptured Americans last year, or the ever-popular “Which direction should toilet paper hang?”


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