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Much to my frustration and sometimes embarrassment I would was constantly finding my shoes untied. About a month ago in late March of 2006 while at a dance with my wife and finding my shoes untied once again for about the fourth time in the last hour even though I double knotted them I told my wife I was so mad that I Valentino Sale was always struggling with this issue. She asked me to untie them and slowly go through the shoe tying technique I used while she watched. As I did so the first time she stated, "I think you are tying them backwards?" I responded, "What do you mean backwards?" She asked me to untie them and do it again even slower and so I began to tie my shoes as I had done so for the last 48 of my 53 years. Suddenly she yelled "Stop right there" and she informed me that I was wrapping the shoestring incorrectly around the first loop I had formed instead of pulling the loop through underneath.