I believe this is supposed to say "Imagine, believe, and make it happen." It looks like it says "Smagerune, belure and malce it hapeaend." It definitively does end with a "d."
It represents my love for working through a challenge, as well as the aesthetic found on all Converse shoes. And if you've ever worn a pair of Chuck Taylors for more than 2 hours you know exactly how these fit hand-in-hand.
Or should I say, "to" times the fail?
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