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Odd Sods

They increase in size and volume as a result of internal pressure.
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These air pad, valved floppyboots, come within many styles and vibrant colours.

Simply step, walk, hop(If happy) and these wonderful gonflable ,durable coverings for the foot will aggrandize to proportions relating to a expanded brachiopod.

skinflaps, Jan 15 2005

Odd Sods
[FarmerJohn, Jan 16 2005]

Brachiopods http://www.nhm.ac.u...um/vr/vrbottle.html
Check out the cool rotating jar [wagster, Jan 15 2005]

This has nothing to do with...Spot the Brachiopod. http://www.ku.edu/~...es/london1(150).jpg
£12.59, to the first baker to find the Brachiopod within given link.Hint, look far left. [skinflaps, Jan 15 2005]

The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy http://homepage.tin...rton/oysterboy.html
"Everyohe wondered but no one could tell, When would young Oyster Boy come out of his shell?" [wagster, Jan 16 2005]

Lewis Carroll: The Walrus and The Carpenter http://www.jabberwo...carroll/walrus.html
(Source of [robinism]'s quote.) [jutta, Jan 16 2005]

for [skinflaps] http://psy.otago.ac...hea/apostrophe.html
No worries, mate. [jutta, Jan 16 2005]


       Is the 'pin in a random page of the dicionary' method of hb idea writing? If so, it seems to produce a memorable pair of shoes. Please draw me your floppyboots.
wagster, Jan 15 2005

       I fail to possess a interweb pen. Think of a expanded, vibrant, clown floppyboot.
skinflaps, Jan 15 2005

       Great for flights. Plus for 'gonflable'
gnomethang, Jan 15 2005

       True to the shoe , gonflable boot.
skinflaps, Jan 15 2005

       If I get a pair of gonflabloshes will I be able to walk on water?   

       Nice [wags] !
skinflaps, Jan 15 2005

       And full marks to [FJ]'s gonflable clammy shoes. How is a Swede so on the ball with English puns?
wagster, Jan 16 2005

       Being a Yankee, I'm guessing.
FarmerJohn, Jan 16 2005

       I can't tell if these are inflatable shoes, or clam-like shoes, or shoes for clams. But if they are shoes for clams, that would be odd...   

       "...four young Oysters hurried up,
All eager for the treat:
Their coats were brushed, their faces washed,
Their shoes were clean and neat --
And this was odd, because, you know,
They hadn't any feet."
robinism, Jan 16 2005

       Wonderful ! [robinism], and thankyou [FJ]!   

       No joke [jutta] my mistake, thankyou!
skinflaps, Jan 16 2005

       great for wearing with yer odd socks.
po, Jan 16 2005

       (riding the wave of enthusiasm) [+]
Mustardface, Jan 16 2005


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