One more than I'd like...my girlfriend won't let me wear my normal tennis shoes in the house for floor cleaning purposes, so I have three pairs of tennis shoes. One for indoor, one for outdoor, one for mowing. The indoor shoes are not to touch any surface outside of the house.
Four pairs of golf shoes runs my tally up a bit. Puts me at a total of 12.
You know you're a real man when your boots outnumber all other shoes combined!
I guess I also own a pair of flip flops for the lake. But I am usually in boots. Summer time I break out the shoes more often of course.
ďUrgency,Ē Rhoads said. ďThatís exactly what I told our staff. Itís exactly what I told our players. Urgency in getting your job done. Thatís in a 100 percent rate of speed at executing your responsibility ó whether itís a fit, whether itís a tackle, whether itís a route, whether itís a cut-off block. Everybody needs a little bit more urgency in coaching and playing.Ē
2 pair flip flops
1 pair target Vans knock offs
1 pair dress casual everyday shoes
1 pair dress shoes for work
1 pair tennis shoes for working out
1 pair old tennis shoes for yard work
1 pair cleats for various rec league stuff
1 pair hiking boots 1 pair wrestling shoes
1 pair of those 5 finger atrocities
11 pairs of shoes. That's more than I expected. Though in my defense other than the flip flops I don't own more than 1 pair of any of the same kind of shoe.
"If I've told you once, I've told you a million times - don't exaggerate!"
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