Search by Search ID or Tag or use the Advanced Search
"All my luggage arrived, but I left my shoes at security back in Cleveland."
'Don't step on that in your bare feet - my mom does and screams.'
'But I can't take my muddy boots off - I'm not wearing any!'
'Ha, he's barefoot! Call the gang... It's get even time.'
'I told this guy he should try walking a mile in my shoes, and I haven't seen him since!'
'There's a 'most disgusting contest' photo finish.'
"Frankly, Edna, I think it's more noticeable than your shoes not matching your dress."
"Amanda, did you throw you shoes away again?"
"It's me, Tom—Huck Finn!"
Tags:old friend, old friends, nostalgia, nostalgic, age, ages, aging, ageing, grow old, grows old, growing old, american literature, american lit, classic literature, mark twain, huck finn, huckleberry finn, tom sawyer, executive, executives, barefoot, bare feet, bare foot, old, elder, elders, elderly, senior, senior citizen, english teacher, english teachers
'He is wearing shoes.'
"Why can't duvets be square?"
'You might have that fancy tie and vest buddy, but there's no way you're coming in without pants and with bear feet!'
'C'mon - that Japanese restaurant is around here someplace.'
'I won't bother you, Mr. Gridley... I just wanted to see how it would feel to walk barefoot on your plush carpeting...'
Giant in need of shoes.
Anything Goes Cafe: No shoes, no shirt - come on in
'There's something hauntingly familiar about the bouquet.'
'I can't stop biting my nails' 'Wear shoes!'
As a cleaning woman mops the floor a man with no shoes on and wine grapes on his feet walks by.
Ingram's Gift Shop - No Smoking, No Bare Feet, No Food, No Pets, No poor people.
'Two large ones when you're ready please barkeeper!'
'Business could be better-how about you?'
'How can I be your best friend when you're wearing a $250.00 pair of boots and I'm in my bare feet?'