Latvian idioms #1: Rabbit Shoesby Roberts Rurans
"Rabbit Shoes" (Zaķpastala–Latvian) is a Latvian idiom which basically means "coward". Rabbits are usually considered as fainthearted animals, which explains the cowardice, but if you're wearing shoes made out of them, that makes you pretty badass. Like that Wallstreet business wolf, who has made himself shoes out of rabbits. Classy and confident.
So even though the idiom is about cowardice, this one's for you, badass.
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