#91 "A Spring Break Tale"
Shoehorns are basically a non-wet form of lubrication. Most lubes could be considered
two-way, since they allow the inserted thing to come back out just as easily as it went in. Shoehorns
are one-way helpers in that regard, but are more multi-purpose than the average lube. Shoehorns can be used in a pinch
to eat fried rice, scratch a hard to reach spot on one's back, dig for treasure in the back yard, depress a tongue, etc.
I can remember using one as a race car when I was eight years old, which probably irritated my father since he spent
hard-earned cash to buy me a Hot Wheels set.
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