Recently, the word shoe dog has been widely popular on the Internet. Many people think that this is an insult. After all, it is impolite to say that people are dogs, but in fact, the name shoe dog is not an insult. Sowhat does shoe dog mean? It’s actually a name for people who collect shoes，in other worlds，these people are master of the “sneakrs”.
Sneakers means sports shoes, from the word formation of “snakes”, it is obvious that snake adds a commonly used suffix “er”. “Snake” is an ancient word. It has the same root as snake. It is “snail” in Old English, it means “desire, reach out and touch”. In modern English, snake is often used as a verb to mean ” sneak; do it secretly; steal, go along”; Obviously, whatever the meaning, it is related to sneaking or cheating.
As early as the late 16th century, snake had the usage of “moving or walking in a sneaky or sneaky way, as if ashamed or afraid of being seen”. Later, a person with such behavior was called “a snake”.
In the 19th century, a new kind of sole, soft rubber sole, replaced the usual leather sole, which made it easier for people not to attract the attention of people next to them. Wearing it, your steps could be almost silent. People began to wear soft rubber soled shoes to participate in sports activities and some occasions that need quiet. Since the 19th century, the Sneaker is more common.
With the tight demand and high price sales of sneakers, in recent years, classic sneakers have been robbed by consumers once they are listed.It is estimated that the total value of the global second-hand shoe market has exceeded US $1 billion, and the annual resale profit behind the shoes is nearly US $400 million.
Shoe dog’s desire for sneaker is unimaginable. They can even line up at the gate of the mall at 4 a.m. in order to buy a new pair of sneakers. If the shoe dog has 3000 yuan, if they want to spend 2000 yuan on clothes, they will never buy it, but if they see a pair of favorite brand shoes selling 2000, they will buy it without hesitation. So, are you a Shoe dog?