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Category: Clothing

Topic: Shoes

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    1. Where can you buy those little plastic ends to put on your shoe laces? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. Why do women wear such uncomfortable shoes? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. Why do you often see a shoe lying on the side of the street? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. How come only your friends step on your new white sneakers? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. Why does any stone in your boot always migrates against the pressure gradient to exactly the point of most pressure? (Contributed by Don Woods)
    6. Why are mens and womens shoe sizes different for the same size foot? (Contributed by webcenteramer)
    7. If the shoe fits, shouldn't you get another one just like it? (Contributed by A. Lieberman)
    8. Shouldn't you always buy a good bed and a good pair of shoes? After all, if you're not in one, you're in the other, right? (Contributed by Gloria Hunniford)
    9. Why are those popular shoes called 'Dr. Martens'? Did some doctor come up with the design or something? And why are Docs so expensive? If he's a doctor then he already has money if he's worth his salt, right? (Contributed by D. Thomas)
    10. Why do wives insist that their husbands throw out their favorite sneakers (the old, filthy, torn, smelly, comfortable ones) and inist on buying more shoes for herself every time they pass a shoe store? (Contributed by Mike Robinson)
    11. Why do women need 12 pairs of black dress shoes while men are happy with only one pair? (Contributed by Mike Robinson)
    12. Why is it that shoes have tongues and souls? They aren't human, are they? (Contributed by I'll be a Monkey Zunkle)
    13. Why are shoes forever sticking their tongues out at people? (Contributed by I'll be a Monkey Zunkle)
    14. Why doesn't the tongue of your shoe ever talk to you? (Contributed by I'll be a Monkey Zunkle)
    15. What do they call the little thing on the tips of shoelaces? (Contributed by I'll be a Monkey Zunkle)
    16. How come shoes come in B width and D width, but nobody makes a C width? If they're following the alphabet, shouldn't C follow B? (Contributed by Evaonne Hendricks)
    17. How come tennis shoes come in an EE and EEEE widths but not an EEE width? (Contributed by Evaonne Hendricks)
    18. Why are men's shoes built so much better than women's shoes? (Contributed by Evaonne Hendricks)
    19. Do you think those single sneakers you see lying out on the roadside are searching for their sole mates? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    20. Why do people spend so much money on shoes? Don't they know that they can get shoes for 85 cents at the bowling alley? (Contributed by Linda)
    21. Why do we always have to buy shoes in pairs? Wouldn't it be much more fun and the world more colourful if we could purchase them singly and wear different styles and colours on each foot? (Contributed by Janis G.)
    22. Do people with different size feet have to buy 2 pairs of shoes? (Contributed by Janis G.)
    23. Are vegetarians allowed to wear leather shoes? (Contributed by Gerhard)
    24. What do one-legged people do with the extra shoe? Can they buy them at half-price? (Contributed by Randy)
    25. How come you only ever see ONE lost shoe at the side of the road? (Contributed by Danny Murphy - UK)
    26. When untying our shoes, how come we will always pull the wrong shoelace first? (Contributed by Thom)
    27. Why do we put shoes on babies that can't walk? (Contributed by Ralphie)
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