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We donít have a Sunday paper, my dad donít hold with
them, but once I see one that somebody had brought
wrapped round their shoes. It had a bit in it about some
Does it mean he doesn't keep them and throws them away?
By the way: wrapped round their shoes means that only a small piece of paper, for example one page was wrapped around it. Because from that sentence it sounds like the whole paper was wrapped around a shoe.
This is colloquial, and older.
He don't hold, doesn't approve of the paper's viewpoint, or perhaps simply the idea of a paper on sacred Sunday.
Someones shoes may be carried wrapped up in a newspaper instead of a box. Sounds like a hillbilly story, heah, hyuhp.