Those are some big shoes to fill…
“Running” doesn’t seem to be very likely.
At first I thought the shoes were a shadow.
He’s a shoe in for the job, as long as he gets his foot in the door.
I’m surprised he wasn’t recruited out of elementary school.
Don’t say too much, You don’t want to put your foot in your mouth…
Don’t run! Walk slowly and carefully, like you’re wearing swim fins. (It’s a shame Cypress Gardens is gone.)
“Well son, it will be hard to fill your shoes when you’re gone.”
He’s a fitting candidate for boyfriend of Agnes.
Well…if the shoe fits, wear it!
It’s his last recourse….no one would hire him, because he always had his foot in the door.
“So”, says dad, “your act will consist of you stuffing yourself into a suitcase”?
Sideshow Bob and Krusty’s love child?
big shoes to fill, something, something.
A young Robert Wadlow?
“Oh good, Jeff Keane will be SO pleased…”
And the mom says, “Aw, honey, you acted like a clown ever since you were born.”
Late to the game, circuses are disappearing rapidly.
Have a good trip.
He was born for it.
Took me a sec. Maybe if shoes were a bright color.
With feet that size, he’s not running, anywhere!
“I’m not running very fast, but I’m running.”
John Deering and John Newcombe