I get guilty when I spend money on silly things like clothes and stuff... Having experienced a completely different extreme of wealth, and I don't mean me being poor or rich, I mean knowing that 40 quid that gets spent on a pair of shoes could go a long way for a family in Georgia for a week or even a month, having experienced that, you're a bit more [guilty].
Want a towel on a chair In the sand by the sea, Want to look through my shades, And see you there with me.Kenny Chesney
You have brains in your head. You have feet in your Shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And you are the guy who'll decide where to go.dr. seuss
To choose one sock from each of infinitely many pairs of socks requires the Axiom of Choice, but for Shoes the Axiom is not needed.bertrand russell
You can imagine me as a kid growing up in redneck Texas with ballet Shoes, tucking the violin under my arm. I had to fight my way up.Patrick Swayze
Shoes... I must find my Shoes...
There was an old man of Thermopylae, Who never did anything properly; But they said,'If you choose To boil eggs in your Shoes, You shall never remain inThermopylae.'Edward Lear
Here's to the day when it is MayAnd care as light as a feather,When your little Shoes and my big bootsGo tramping over the heather.bliss carman
It has always been my temptation to put myself in other people's Shoes: even into a horse's Shoes as he strains before the heavy dray; into a ballerina's points as she feels age weigh upon her spring; into Cinderella's slippers as she danced till midnight; into the jackboot that kicks; into the Tommy's boots that tramp; into the magic seven-leaguers. With experience of age I have learned to control this habit of sympathy which deforms truth.diana cooper
When I retire, I'll get Ricky Hatton to wash my clothes and cut my lawn and buckle my Shoes.ricky hatton
Who is wurs shod, than the shoemakers wyfe,With shops full of Shoes all hir lyfe?john heywood
AT ABOUT THIS POINT the weak-hearted reader usually sits down in the road, removes his Shoes and weeps that he 'is a bad linguist' or that he or she can't possibly learn all those languages. One has to divide the readers who want to be experts from those who do not, and divide, as it were, those who want to see the world from those who merely want to know WHAT PART OF IT THEY LIVE IN.ezra pound
John McCain may pay hundreds of dollars for his Shoes, but we're the ones who will pay for his flip-flops.bill richardson
Was the collaboration of some slaves any different than the silence of some Iranians who stood by and did nothing as Savak thugs murdered and tortured opponents of the Shah? How could we judge other men until we had stood in their Shoes?muhammad reza pahlavi
Imagine if every Thursday your Shoes exploded if you tied them the usual way. This happens to us all the time with computers, and nobody thinks of complaining.jef raskin
Let firm, well hammer'd soles protect thy feet Through freezing snows, and rains, and soaking sleet; Should the big last extend the shoe too wide, Each stone will wrench the unwary step aside; The sudden turn may stretch the swelling vein, The cracking joint unhinge, or ankle sprain; And when too short the modish Shoes are worn, You'll judge the seasons by your shooting corn.john gay
Thou art a cobbler, art thou? Truly, sir, all that I live by is with the awl: * * * I am indeed, sir, a surgeon to old Shoes.william shakespeare
I hate the French because they are all slaves and wear wooden Shoes.Oliver Goldsmith
"The time has come," the Walrus said, "To talk of many things: Of Shoes and ships and sealing-wax Of cabbages and kings And why the sea is boiling hot And whether pigs have wings.
Developed in the early 19th century, pointe Shoes are worn by female dancers to enable them to dance on the tips of their toes.
Male dancers typically do not wear pointe Shoes. They wear ballet slippers or special ballet boots that are flexible enough for them to move in.
The unfortunate soldiers were in want of everything; they had neither coats, nor hats, nor shirts, nor Shoes; their feet and their legs froze till they grew black and it was often necessary to amputate them.... The army frequently passed whole days without food.