Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Waiting For The Other Shoe To Drop

It figures that harassing shoe salesmen is also on the list of Loretta's many annoying qualities. It also figures that Leroy cannot resist pointing this out to the nearest available bystander. What doesn't figure is Leroy's choice of pun: it's below his standard. Three hours in a shoe store (appropriately named, by the way) will do that to you.

3 comments:

Wings said...

Leroy doesn't care if anyone is listening anymore. Just spouting barbs into the air for anyone to hear.

And why is that mustachioed man looking at women's shoes? Or, in the world of Lockhorns, does it matter?

Anonymous said...

LEROY DONT CARE ANY MORE.LET ALONE IF ANY ONE IS LISTENING .HE IS JUST BEING HIMSELF,WHILE LORETTE IS AT A DISTANT AND NOT HEARING HIM PUN.

Mr. Beautiful said...

Wings: I can think of a reason why the mustachioed gentleman is looking at womens shoes. Maybe there's something going on in Levittown.