it’s common wisdom that you seldom break two shoes laces at the same time, despite them being an identical pair and they should have identical wear (because most people do both laces up on their shoes)
anyway, here are two broken lace ends. thus disproving the theory
(unless they are the two ends of the same lace in which case the theory remains).
pewari is a regular reader.
i didn’t know this and neither did most of the rest of you i’d guess. but she does and i know that because she told me. in an email.
but not only that, she also sent me this photo which contains not one, not three, but TWO different random shoes.
i’ve no idea of where she found them, but they look very good. so a big thank you to you (if you are pewari, which at least one of you is).