I went to the thrifty store a few days ago in hopes of finding something and indeed I found this good looking tennis shoes for my husband. I kept on eyeing of it and since it was a perfect size for my husband and it happened that he badly need one to replace his old tennis shoes, I couldn’t let go off of it anymore. I paid $15 for this and it seems like it had only been worn for a few times because it looks as good as new. This is a branded shoes and my husband says that the retail price of this is probably $100 or so, which is definitely a pricey one. My husband came home and I jokingly said to be quiet because we have a visitor (pointing at the shoes at the same time) and he looked puzzled thinking who could be that visitor. I then smiled at him and said that there’s no visitor and the shoes is for his. He smiled back at me and thanked me for the shoes. Of course gave me hug and kisses too.
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