Item:Pair of brown leather work-boots with turned-down sheepskin cuffs

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pair of brown leather work-boots with turned-down sheepskin cuffs
Look: The white of the sheepskin cuffs are tacked to the boot with a stitched leather strip shaped like a scythe.
Weight: 20 stones
Appraised Cost: 1,250 Kronars
1,000 Lirums
902 Dokoras
1.25 LTBpoints
1.25 Tickets
1.25 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in the feet slot.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Capacity: 3 length x 1 width x 1 height (10 stones)
Sources: Source is Nigeyi's (3), Nigeyi's (2), Nigeyi's (1)
  • STUDY: Studying your brown work-boots, you think you could KICK, RUB, TURN, CLEAN, and PROD them.
As an Estate Holder, you may also POKE, SHAKE, PUSH and PULL them.
  • KICK: You kick a foot forward, pointing the toe of your work-boot.
  • RUB: Your work-boot pinches so you remove it and quickly massage the irritated spot then put the work-boot back on.
  • TURN: You twirl your right ankle, managing to show off your work-boot and also reveal the curves of your leg.
  • CLEAN (holding): You brush off your brown work-boots, making sure there is no dirt on them.
  • CLEAN (holding): You put a bit of spittle on your brown work-boots and rub them with your finger cleaning them.
<Person> spits on her brown work-boots and rubs it in, making damp spots on them as she cleans them.
  • CLEAN (holding): You rub your arm vigorously across your brown work-boots, cleaning them and sending some dried dirt flying into the air.
  • PROD: You rise up on your toes, making your brown work-boots squeak loudly.
You hear a loud squeak as <Person> rises up on her toes.
  • POKE: You tap your foot, keeping time to the tune in your head while showing off your work-boot.
<Person> taps her work-boot-clad foot rhythmically, creating a vaguely familiar tune that will probably haunt you for the rest of the day!
  • SHAKE: You shake your leg so hard your work-boot almost flies off.
  • PUSH: You vehemently twist your foot into the ground, smashing anything beneath your work-boot.
  • PULL: You slide your work-boot clad foot up and down behind your other leg, as if scratching an itch.