not all of us are dumb bitches who cram their tootsies into cheap rack
room stilettos and then have the nerve to complain. there are thousands
of "great" stylish, sexy shoes out there. you have to know how to
select them and how to walk easily not stomp like an elephant.
Oh, sure, it's not everyone who express that particular curious behavior.
What I realized though is how this may parallel the stereotypical
behavior of dating bad boys, or assholes; acting like anything
worthwhile must hurt. Is it a generally feminine complex, and is it a
confused spillover from a (possibly mistaken) concept of motherhood?
I worked FOR the probation/parole department (in another state) I heard
a "wanna be" comedian say, "Its better to look good than to feel good."
Couldn't help having that flashback when reading about the shoes. I
couldn't help think, at that time, that the comment was directed
towards me and this woman was old enough THEN to be my mother. She
probably knows by now that its NOT better to LOOK good than to FEEL
you never heard me rant on about my shoes? Or any shoes for that
matter? If I like them, I will buy them, if only so nobody else can
have them, no matter what size they are. I make them fit. There have
been many nights that have ended with me in severe pain...Like not
being able to walk, and being partly crippled the next day...All thanks
to some kick ass shoes. Fashion over function is what I always say.
And most of the time the shoes are the very first thing I notice about a person.