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  • n. Plural form of houseshoe.


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  • That decision was made years ago when my frail grandmothe ­r, who was living with us, was forced to wear heeled houseshoes because her feet and legs had been so physically altered by years of wearing nothing but heels.

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  • I'm having a HORRIBLE time keeping socks on Garrett … shoes are either too small or too big for him .. he's got a REALLY FAT FOOT, but it's not very long … can't find houseshoes for him yet … I'd like to know where they got those little slippers at that he has on!!

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  • I came home from a business meeting and dinner w / friends and just took off my tights and put on my houseshoes and came on down here to work.

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  • When I'm at home, I love to wear my pajama bottoms with a tank in summer or long sleeve tee in winter, and my sherpa houseshoes all year round.

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  • (AP) hubertsawyers Wow, @houseshoes has had a MADD RAPPER moment.

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  • He came to the interview in a racially motivated t-shirt, baggy-saggy pants and houseshoes.

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  • I still insist that they eat and drink something when they come to my house (as to offer it as an option is perceived as you don’t really want them to eat or drink anything) and I still wear houseshoes in their homes and eat everything offered to me (which has become easier since they now know what I like).

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