Earlier this week, the Delhi High Court ruled that footwear without a back strap is a sandal, not a chappal. This seemingly bizarre statement makes a lot more sense in context, though. The centre orders that export of sandals attracts 10% customs duty drawback while export of chappals attracts only 5% drawback, according to The Hindu. Chennai-based footwear manufacturer, Wishall International, claimed that their products were sandals, and demanded 10% drawback, but the centre and the Revenue Department claimed they were chappals, hence the company was entitled to only 5% drawback, according to the newspaper.

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Of course, none of this matters to Twitter, and the ruling has led to some hilarious reactions online.

And then there's this very important question, of course.