Shoe tossing, the act of using shoes as projectiles or improvised weapons, is a
constituent of a number of folk sports and practices. Today, it is commonly the act
of throwing a pair of shoes onto t...
Jul 12, 2011 ... What's with all those shoes hanging in trees and from power lines? ... reason to it
than there is to those sneakers hanging over telephone wires.
Sep 7, 2014 ... i think it might be even easier to throw both shoes, one in each hand, ... or if there
is a house immediately below the power lines, a drug dealer lives there. ... for
drugs just based off shoes hanging overhead on powerlines.
Mar 17, 2014 ... ... at some point you'll see somebody's shoes tossed over a power line, ... It
appears that people toss their shoes — or other people's shoes ...
A definitive answer to the mystery of shoe-tossing is elusive, but this ... want to
know why there's a pair of shoes hanging from a power line in your
It's either there's a gang around or drugs are sold somewhere near or somebody
was murdered and the victim's shoes are thrown over the lines....Blah blah blah.
It would be easy to shrug off the sight of one or two pairs hanging on wires, but ...
The belief is that shoes on power lines indicate that there is a place that sells ...
Aug 2, 1996 ... I heard tennis shoes hanging over a power line meant you could buy crack there.
It's a time-honored tradition to throw your sneakers over the ...
May 22, 2016 ... The "shoefiti" phenomenon: Are sneakers hanging from power lines a ... that
sneakers hanging from utility wires are there to designate "gang ...
Nov 30, 2010 ... There's a building in Port Melbourne with a hanging-garden of Nikes out the front.
I'd tell you where it is, and in front of which building, but I was ...