Put Yourself In Their Evil Shoes

When people say, “Put yourself in their shoes”, it’s almost usually the case of the shoes being very old and dirty.

That means to say, the wearer is poor, down on his luck or in some unfortunate circumstances.

But what if the shoes are evil? What if the shoes look expensive, albeit surreptitiously bootlegged?

The shoes will come in all manner of colors, sizes, material and colors.

This is the folly of imagining all pairs of shoes to be dirty, in which the wearer actually needs your help or that you live a better life.

Because it can be the direct opposite.

The evil shoes are for bad people to wear, not you.

You have your own good shoes that, like any great product will fit you forever.

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