Mon 20 May, 2013 01:19 am
I bought Jordan son of mars for my boyfriend and he wants to tie it very loosely without it being tight.My boyfriend prefer the shoes not being zig zagged,so i want to know how to tie shoes lace of the jordan son of mars.
I wish I could help, but this is sadly beyond my knowledge. I have to say that this is one of the more interesting titles I've read in years.
Yeh, were a bunch of old farts who only buy shows with velcro flaps so we dont have to tie laces
-.............so i want to know how to tie shoes lace of the jordan son of mars.
First, you must seek out the golden lace of Gondred.
Why can't your boyfriend tie his own shoelaces?
There could be a good reason, but the only ones I can think of would require him to tie his laces fairly snugly.
1. Remove the laces from all eyelets but the bottom.
2. Run the lace on the right underneath and out the next eyelet up.
3. Do the same or the lace on the left.
4. Cross the lace on the right straight across and into the eyelet on the left.
5. Cross the lace on the left straight across and into the eyelet on the right.
6. Keep doing this all the way to the top. The laces should all be going
straight across and not zig-zagged.
7. Once you get to the top eyelet, tie the laces together as far up the lace
as you can.
8. Remove the inner sole.
9. Arrange the remaining length of the tied laces on the bottom of the shoe
such that there is only a little slack from the top eyelet to the bottom of
10. Replace the inner sole.
you run the risk of losing your sole...
I thought Romulus and Remus were the sons of Mars. Who's this Jordan fellow?
I thought this was a theology question. Sorry.
I thought it had something to do with Jordan Marsh.
I loved Jordon Marsh. I miss that New England department store.
Shopper's World! ((sob))
Then in its Natick Mall location:
They had wikkid pissah blueberry muffins.
I think I was in the one (the only one? dunno) in Boston, on a visit there when I was eight. No precise memories, but I probably liked it.
Let us not forget:
Most since bought by Macy's