Thursday, August 21, 2008

Expensive Shoes Not Recognized as Such

Jerry Shallow had a problem. He spent over $500 for a new pair of shoes but although they caught people's eyes, he had no way of telling them how much he spent.

So he had the price tag printed on the shoes.

"Now I can get credit for how much I paid without having to tell people how much I paid," he said.

The Minnie Pearl of shoe afficiandos said that maybe next time he'll skip the shoes and just pin hundred dollar bills to himself.

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