You know the ones I’m talking about. They look like sassy little flats, but they have that unmistakable Croc sponginess.
Don’t do that.
Don’t wear those. If you like Crocs, wear Crocs. Own your love of their bulbous sponginess. Don’t try to hide behind non-Croc-shaped-Crocs. Be the Crocs.
I tried Crocs on once, but the texture gave me the heebie-jeebies, so I had to whip them back off and do that overly dramatic shuddery thing you have to do whenever something gives you the heebie-jeebies.
The other Famous Footwear patrons probably would have looked at me strangely if they weren’t already avoiding me because moments ago, I had been stomping around the store proclaiming that footwear that goes between your toes is an instrument of torture designed by Satan.
You can only repeat, “If we wear flip-flops the terrorists win!” so many times before people start to think there is something wrong with you.
Don’t mistake my distain for Crocs as a disrespect for comfortable shoes in general. I’m all about comfortable shoes. My favorite shoes are Born clogs and Converse lo-tops.
I own no FMP shoes. My shoes fall more into the “FMP-no?-how-about-if-I-give-you-five-dollars?” category.
If you’re going to wear Crocs, wear Crocs.
I with you on Crocs and the necessity of comfortable shoes. I, however, must be a terrorist since I’ve worn virtually nothing but flip-flops this summer. I WIN!
And I didn’t even get into Birks yet which seem to be the official shoe of priests in these parts.
I’m a terrorist too – flip flops are the bomb. I only wish I could wear them to work. 🙂
Not a crocs fan, although I LOVE them for my kids. Easy to clean, quick to slip on, etc.
My husband thinks flip flops are torture too. He says having something between his toes like that hurts. I don’t get it. I think they’re the most comfortable things ever…