Paulo Nutini's is a common phrase used for a new pair of shoes. It is derived from the popular song (by Paulo Nutini) called new shoes. It characterise the feeling of warmth found when somebody is sporting a new pair of shoes, which always requires the curtious acknowledge from a compadre.
"Jack, where did you get your Paulo Nutini's from, I could use a pair like that for the disco on Friday night?"
by DandyK June 23, 2013

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