Girl's shoes

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gerrardtorres

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Girl's shoes




Girl's shoes for sale:
1. Clarks bought in U.K. - original, great condition. Shoes have 3 lights that flash on the bottom with on/off button. Size 9.5 U.K. Rp. 100,000
2. OshKosh shoes - original with Toezone. Great for school. Good condition. Size 12 U.K. Rp. 75,000
3. Clarks bought in U.K. - original 'Doodles'. Good condition and extremely comfortable. Size 10 U.K. Rp.75,000
4. OshKosh trainers - original with Toezone. Very good condition, rarely used. Slight stain on left toe area. Rp. 75,000
*NOTE - the sizes vary in kids' shoes, so PLEASE look at the photo with the ruler for guidance. They are from 19cm to 21 cm max., but with the ToeZone on OshKosh removable, then can fit smaller.* (Kids feet grow very quickly)
Buy all 4 pairs for Rp.300,000!
BSD City
Buyer pick-up or arrange transport. I can send by JNE/TIKI but with additional delivery charge.
Fixed prices.
PM for more info.
Thank you.
 

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William King

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I'm sorry, I thought you had more class than that. Selling second hand shoes.... shoes mould to the owners feet, wearing second hand shows is detrimental to the new owners feet.
 

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shoes mould to the owners feet, wearing second hand shows is detrimental to the new owners feet.
You've made my day. I had an expensive pair of shoes stolen some time ago and I keep having my new flip flop "borrowed" with an old pair left as a replacement. I hope that all those involved ended up as legless cripples using the misappropriated shoes!
 

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You've made my day. I had an expensive pair of shoes stolen some time ago and I keep having my new flip flop "borrowed" with an old pair left as a replacement. I hope that all those involved ended up as legless cripples using the misappropriated shoes!
Not sure what happened. All I did was borrow some french guys shoes.
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Gee, I guess I had better stop getting my shoes at garage sales. I was just wondering, though, is there a point in a shoe's life when it stops "molding to the owner's feet"? Are they permanently and irrevocably molded after one day? After a week? A month? 6 months? If I discover a garage sale shoe bargain, should I ask if it only partially molded? Should I demand to be allowed to examine the feet of the seller for comparison of my foot impression with his? Who would have though that buying shoes could be so perilous?
 

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Why not give the shoes to some needy family or orphanage, I've been asked at work for my old shoes, there not too fussy
 

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I think it is a safe bet that people on here can afford new shoes.
I disagree. Not all users are wealthy expats. We've had in the past expat members who were obviously struggling.

Also, if the main posters are expats, this forum being public, it can be read by Indonesian looking for a job as drivers, gardeners, maids...etc who may not afford quality shoes and may be happy with the OP offer.

Anyway,
 

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I disagree. Not all users are wealthy expats. We've had in the past expat members who were obviously struggling.

Also, if the main posters are expats, this forum being public, it can be read by Indonesian looking for a job as drivers, gardeners, maids...etc who may not afford quality shoes and may be happy with the OP offer.

Anyway,

Then I wish him luck selling to one of our poor viewers.
 

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Then I wish him luck selling to one of our poor viewers.
One shouldn't underestimate the number of readers of these expat websites. At the time I was a mod on another forum, a friend of mine posted an ad to look for a nurse or a maid (can't remember exactly). In the two or three hours following the posting of his ad he had received already 15 (yes, fifteen) applications. 48 hours later he already had received over 30 of them and had to ask me to close the thread after editing his email address from it.
 
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