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Do you judge someone on his/her shoes?By the way how it's done

Tags: relationships, entertainment, religion & spirituality
Asked by Ridiculous, 12 Jan '12 05:53 pm
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Such Q's & A's to them r generally tricky (as 'context-consideration' comes in).
To answer plainly - Yes.
The judgement-value (how seriously this judgement gets used by the judging person) will depend on OTHER more important things being AVAILABLE for judgement. (example- a person already known for something better may not be judged much on shoes- like say, Bollywood celebrity like Salman Khan).
* Generally, such judgement (on shoes, attire) become important if nothing more is known about the person, as in 'First Impressions'. A neat & tidy, pricey shoe is likely to create a better impression.
* Context is important as said earlier- somebody going for interview of a position of sales executive or presentable-role, may essentially need to be seen on neat & good shoes.
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Answered by Mahesh Gangurde, 12 Jan '12 07:00 pm

 
  
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No
Answered by vijay, 12 Jan '12 06:43 pm

 
  
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Its a filmy dialogue used in the movie HUM...........by KHADER KHAN.............lolz:) yes ofcourse u can judge ...
Answered by umesh, 12 Jan '12 05:55 pm

 
  
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