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Use "janes" in a sentence
"To those wondering about shoes: I practically live in mary-janes (shoes that have a strap and buckle)."
"Me, I'm trying to decide if I should pack the cordovan mary janes OR the black chinese style slippers, and if I can get away with leaving behind any of: hiking boots, running shoes, Tevas, climbing shoes, goth boots (which count as athletic footwear ... * g*) ..."
"Easter Sunday 2004 I sat beside him on the pew in my thrift store dress black leather jacket black mary janes no panties on my ass no pennies for the offering still married but living in my own studio apartment on Copper Street with bars on the windows and tweakers across the hall."