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.

The dirty shoes and asking you to snug into them is usually derived from a sense of sympathy.

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