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As you study the rainboots, you think you could probably push, wear, turn, clean, tilt and remove them.
WEAR: You pull on one of your blue rainboots before hopping around as you struggle to put on the other.
PUSH: You take up a runner's stance as you scan the area for puddles that need jumping in.
TURN: Bouncing up and down on the balls of your feet, your blue rainboots make a loud squelching noise.
CLEAN: You scrub away at the surface of one your blue rainboots, dislodging a smear of dried mud.
TILT (worn): You cock your head and examine the blue rainboots.
TILT (held): You tilt your blue rainboots side to side, making the light play off it.
REMOVE: You yank off your blue rainboots, giving your toes a good wiggle.
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