Leaving my shoes near the front door

I took off one of my shoes and placed it on the floor near the front door. I then took off the other shoe and placed it adjacent to the first one. I left the two shoes there until such a time as I needed them again.

7 Responses to “Leaving my shoes near the front door”

  1. Steve says:

    Breathing
    I inhaled air. Then I exhaled it. I repeat this often. I also have a pulse.

  2. Gerry says:

    Where did you buy your pulse, Steve ? I used to have one too but I lost it while reading the dullest blog in the world.

  3. Professor X says:

    WARNING: The following comment may be too fast for subscribers of this article.

    Approximately 280 days a year, I walk from my house to my local bus station, where I board a bus. I check the destination on the front of the bus before entering, as I do not wish to end up in the wrong town. I exit the vehicle 30 minutes later, ringing the bell to inform the driver of my decision.
    6.7 hours later, I board another bus to return to where I started. I have no need to ring the bell this time. After descending from the bus again, I walk to my house, where I deposit my shoes in proximity to the main entrance. This improves my efficiency for the next day.

    WARNING: This comment is now over.

  4. Steve says:

    That God that intense comment is over.

  5. Tesla Toast says:

    I try not to put my shoes together in case they are both of the same sex and resort to fighting, whilst I am away being shoeless elsewhere.

  6. philip says:

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  7. philip says:

    Great post, I like these posts most of all.
    Practical information that everyone can use

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