“THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN THIS ITEM”
Is that the right word?
“THESE SHOES ARE A BARGIN”
Shoes? Don’t you mean boots?
No wait, shoes.
No. Shoe. No, Boot.
“THESE SHOES/BOOTS ARE NOT AN EXACT PAIR, ONE IS A CHUKKA BOOT”
Oh well that makes perfect sense now.
“BUT WHEN WORN WITH A PAIR OF JEANS YOU CAN’T REALLY TELL AS THEY ARE SO SIMILAR”
Or, even better, you could wear them with the matching shoe (or boot) instead.
Then you really can’t tell.
“BOTH ARE BRAND NEW BUT ARE UNABLE TO FIND THE OTHER SHOES”
Oh well, so much for that plan. Seemed like a good one too.
Maybe if you just wear them in the dark?
Or only when blind people are around.
Just don’t let them touch them.