|Shoes on a wire, Goat Island, S.C.|
There are pages of suggestions for the meaning of shoes hanging from a power line, although I expect for the most part it is just fun to sling them in the air and see if they catch. If the third fact is correct then there are some lucky gentlemen on Goat Island. This picture also answers the question of whether there is electricity on Goat Island.
- Shoes hanging from power lines are also known as 'Shoefiti'.
- Shoe Tossing may indicate gang activity, but the practice has been found in rural areas where there's not even enough people for a gang.
- Shoes hanging from power lines in Scotland may indicate that a man has lost his virginity somewhere close.
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