1.) new set of tires for your car. Originating in the rubber tires coinsiding with the rubber on the bottom of tennis shoes.
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2.) A woman. Originating to getting a new pair of shoes because your old ones are worn and/or outdated. "Nikes" are refered to as an extremely hot woman.
1.) A: "Check out my car's New Shoes!"
B: "That's tight man, i'm gonna get some!"
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2.) A: "Hey man, lets hit up the mall and check out them
New Shoes..."
B: "Ahh, i see what you mean..i'ma try and pick up some
new Nikes!"
de CHOFOMAN 28 septembre 2005
A term to be used in public in place of "marijuana" "pot" etc.
1. "Do you want to go look for some new shoes today?"
2. "I just bought top of the line new shoes if you want to help me wear them in today."
de Ali F 18 juillet 2006
From the squeeking noise often emitted from a new pair of shoes, a term for breaking wind.
Ethel: 'What was that?'
Tarquin: 'Sorry dear, you'd better hold your nose - that was my new shoes'
de Shaggy 19 avril 2005

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