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okay, this has been bothering me for far too long. There is no general consensus as to whether the term is "shoo in" (as in, so good they get shooed in) or "shoe in" as in so good they have a shoe in the door. I've seen it written in literature both ways, and on this website both ways as well. So cast your votes, is it "shoo in" or "shoe in", and why?