An item that when used correctly, especially by angry, foreign reporters as a display of cultural and personal disdain apparently expresses a negative message which is more directly and coherently received than other messages such as protests, letters, losing elections, global disrepute, criminal proceeding, obviously failed policies including but not limited to the economy by a certain unpopular president who otherwise is apparently immune to consequences of ignorance, hubris, incompetence, being schismatic and misusing authority.
"Bush is getting a little big for his own shoes again it seems, better inform the Iraqi media."
Houses for your feet.
Hey, where do your feet live?
In my shoes, what, you been chiefing?
A video on youtube featuring the comedian Liam Sullivan. Most people either hate or love it but it is definitely getting its five minutes of fame. Common catchphrases include betch and deck.
"'Shoes, ohmygod, shoes!'"
Not a sock.
"Hey man, that's a radical pair of shoes you got there. They ain't being no socks are they?"
"'Course not, they is shoes blud."
the rims/tires of a vehicle.
"click the shoes on that hummer!"
An Superior Iraqi weapon, only used 2 times yet. Deals double damage against Americans.
Shoe is also used for protecting feet and walking. There are many versions of shoe: boot, sandal, sneaker, flip-flop etc. Shoes always come in pairs.
2 shoes thrown at President Bush during press conference in Iraq.
Now shoes are 20% cheaper!
Something you throw at Bush. Then he pretends to be calm and cool about the situation.
An Iraqi reporter takes off his shoe and throws it at Bush. Then proceeds to take off his other shoe to throw it at Bush again. Therefore throwing two shoes. The secret service failed at taking down this Iraqi reporter quickly.
A complex amalgamation of fabric and rubber in which to protect your feet from tiny stones and nails that may just happen to be lying on the ground.
Much better than sandals.
Wearing shoes makes you lustful to the opposite sex.