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Raking Shoes

leisure raking...
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Regular rake heads attach easily to the heel of your shoe. Take the phone outside and talk to a loved one. By the time you hang up, your yard will be leaf free.

See [link].

k_sra, May 28 2004

Raking Shoes http://www.geocitie...asra/rakeshoes.html
Everyone wants them! [k_sra, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

I can't believe this is baked! http://164.195.100....617&RS=PN/5,109,617
[ldischler, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       I can't beleaf it. Ideal for japanese gravel-type gardens too (+).
neilp, May 28 2004

       They give you incredible calf muscles too.   

       {k, this is your 2nd idea in a week having to do with flared objects attached to the lower legs. Is this a new trend? Are knee-trumpets next?}
AO, May 28 2004

       {knee-trumpets! that was the one. thank you!}
k_sra, May 28 2004

       Leaves leaves less littered!
FarmerJohn, May 29 2004

       Oh. I thought these were shoes that turned you into a dashing, handsome young fellow, i.e. a rake.   

       Look it up.
Eugene, May 29 2004

       Sure sure, [Eugene].
Detly, May 29 2004


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