And a perfectly amber whisky might as well taste like an old shoe.
He can never afterward freeze to death for lack of matches if he has wood and an old shoe lace.
Give me a kiss, Molly, and throw an old shoe after me, for luck!
My grandfather shod him anew himself, and kept this old shoe.
Ah, Charlie, if you dreamed of what was happening in the old shoe!
I searched all about; but found nothing 'cept a bit 'o broken glass as had got stuck in the heel of an old shoe.
And here I am as plain as an old shoe, and never will be anything else.
The fish darted toward the old shoe and swallowed it, making of it a mere mouthful.
In no time the pattern on the old shoe had been copied exactly on the new one.
The foot was dislocated, and turned up in front like an old shoe.