The juice glanced off and landed on a toe of a shoe that became rainy and penetrated by the tasty substance, which, however, did not result in wet feet. For the sake of courtesy, tact, etiquette and a lady, the owner of the shoe was offered to borrow another more robust and waterproof shoe, which, after imagining how such a thing would look, rejected with a casual remark about juice in the broadest sense, accompanied by several small interrupted comments about the commonly known features of juice, including where to buy juice, how it is produced, preserved, packaged and used in daily life for juice buyers and juice borrowers and people who otherwise receive or directly own juice. This proclamation was jerky and confirmed, in the most pleasant way, what the audience knew in advance.
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