Does Having Red Shoelaces Make Me Look Racist?

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1. are your kids learning how to use smartphones before they can tie their shoelaces?

Yes. My youngest is not yet two and she says "I want iPad" or " I want iPhone" all the time so she can watch Dora or play Monkey Preschool

2. a 32 year old man has trouble tying his shoelaces,writing,and walking in a straight line. A computer

Im going to go cerebellum...wats this about?

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3. Would blue shoelaces on converse look good?

YEAH! That would look goooooood

4. Best way to make my shoelaces white again?

i would say use one of those clorox bleach pens for touch-up spots, or just soak them in bleach. If you dont want to go through that much effort u could always just buy new ones cheap at walmart ( :

5. Where can I buy shoelaces in store?

umm.. even if your a boy go into Rubarb or claires they normally have loads to chose from!! hope i helped :D

6. Black or white shoelaces? (image included)?

one black one white....I did that one time it looked sweet

7. What kind of spirit is responsible for untying my shoelaces?

The supernatural is not something to laugh at. I would LAUGH if a demon haunted you and your house one day

8. How do I get my cat to stop chewing on my shoelaces?

keep your shoes in a place which it cant reach or get to

9. What color shoelaces should i get?

Personally, I think the white looks best. The only other colour that would not look ridiculous on shoes of that colour would be black

10. Any source for Shimano shoelaces?

I use flat laces for my shimanos - they never come undone and they were about 3 at Clark's shoe shop:-)

11. How do you tie your shoelaces?

Bunny Ears!!!

12. Who invented shoelaces and how to tie them?

Velcro is a god send when children do not know how to tie their own shoelaces. When you've tied a childs wet shoelace on a sunny, dry day you really learn to appreciate velcro! Just think about where those laces have been!

13. You know those little ends on shoelaces - the hard part that holds your shoelace together?

It's called an aglet: An aglet or aiglet is the little plastic or metal cladding on the end of shoelaces (or any type of lace, though shoelaces are the most commonly referenced) that keeps the twine from unraveling. The word "aglet" (or "aiglet") comes from Old French "aguillette" (or "aiguillette"), which is the diminutive of "aguille" (or "aiguilee"), meaning "needle". This in turn comes from the original Latin word for needle: "acus". In times past, aglets were usually made of metal though some were glass or stone. Many were highly ornamental, and made of precious metals such as silver. Before the invention of buttons, they were used on the ends of ribbons to fasten clothing together. Sometimes they would be formed into small figures. Shakespeare calls this type of figure an "aglet baby" in The Taming of the Shrew. Purely decorative metal ornaments called aiguillette are sometimes features of modern military dress uniforms. In modern times an aglet is frequently used as an example of a common object whose name is relatively unknown. Perhaps due to this, they are occasionally referenced in popular culture. According to the paranoid superhero The Question in Justice League Unlimited, their true purpose is sinister. According to characters from Achewood, aglets are a key ingredient in a drug called "Fool's Meth." The aglet is also mentioned in the 1988 movie, Cocktail where Tom Cruise's character called it a "flugelbinder". Also there was great mention of it in the move "Repossesed" starring Linda Blair and Leslie Neilson.

14. What can you do with a pair of shoelaces?

tie my kids hands behind their backs

15. What color shoelaces go with these shoes?

You could try a baby blue color :)

16. Do you tie your shoelaces with a single or double knot?

Hah! I do not tie shoelaces at all. All of my shoes are laced with bungee laces or Hickies

17. Are shoelaces really strong enough to support a body (say 85kgs)?

Out of curiosity? What exactly are you planning to do?

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