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Please Tell Us You've Done This Too: Ever Worn Mismatched Shoes?

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The left foot didn't know what the right foot was wearing.

The left foot didn't know what the right foot was wearing.

Mark Memmott/NPR

If your shoes say a lot about you, as we learned last year, what does it say if the ones you're wearing don't match?

— That it's not a good idea to get dressed in the dark?

— That perhaps this blogger needs to pay more attention to what he's doing in the morning?

— Or that he buys boringly similar shoes?

Imagine my surprise when I looked down at my feet after getting to work this morning.

Now, please make me feel better:

Note: That's not a scientific survey — but if a majority of Two-Way readers say "yes" this blogger will cite that as proof he's not an idiot.

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