Shoes

Shoes

Kairine Brown, Writer

Left shoe and a right shoe. That’s how it has always been, it has always been a pair. But, have you ever wondered why that was? Why was it always a pair? And don’t tell me it’s because we have two feet. Don’t shoes take away the need for socks? Or, is it the other way around? Why isn’t our world on grass and ocean? Wouldn’t that take away the need for shoes or socks? Shoes and socks are a way to walk. Have you ever noticed the difference in how you walk when you are wearing those shoes and socks? But what about when you talk, do your shoes and socks affect your talk? When you write with chalk which socks are the best socks? You have red and green and blue. Blue socks are the best socks, they make you see through the hard times. What do red socks do? Do they make your head get bigger or do they trigger? And don’t forget the green ones, do they turn you to a machine that can walk and talk and put on your socks. We forgot to talk about yellow. Yellow socks. Have you seen anyone with yellow socks? That’s an absurdity. But, an absurdity that can take you to a university. No, not the yellow socks, the yellows that make you a fellow, a yellow sock wearing fellow can can talk and walk. 

We still have yet to talk of orange, purple, and grey socks. Let’s start with orange. Orange socks are the socks that shouldn’t be worn while eating porridge, they should be put in storage. Purple socks are circular socks, they make you like a commercial. They that wear the grey have a good sense in how to talk and walk in your socks. But the thing about the grey sock wearing, it that they can only walk one way. That way should be what way. Right or left? You’re right, it should be left because when life isn’t going right, you should always go left. But, left walking, grey sock wearing, are always impressively dressed. 

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