Today’s rant is about Crocs. TL;DR: A friend from out of town came to visit. We went shoe shopping and at a sports store there they were again. What ARE these things? They’re called Crocs.
My story about crocs
Sam said I complain too much.
Honestly Robyn, who complains about daylight saving time?
He didn’t embarrass me by leaving a cranky public comment, so I thought I’d get it out in the open. If he feels that way, it’s more than likely there are others.
So next on the agenda: these shoes.
What are they? I’ve been noticing more and more people wearing them. The first time I encountered “them” I had to look twice. What the crap are those…but I let it go. I mean, the woman wearing them was middle-aged and I figured she was probably gardening before she came to class or something. I gave her the benefit of the doubt.
But then one blissful Wednesday, I noticed my cute Wednesday friend Rebound wearing a similar pair. Once again, I looked twice. He wasn’t gardening before he came to class. He’s a carpenter. You can’t wear those kind of shoes to work.
More and more I’ve been seeing them.
A friend from out of town came to visit. We went shoe shopping and at a sports store there they were again…what ARE these things?
Update: Crocs. They’re called Crocs.
Today was the final straw. I couldn’t hold myself back. Here I am, driving home, minding my own busness when this bright red *thing* catches my eye. Ew! What is THAT?
Yes, yes it was. “That” shoe. Bright red. BRIGHT red. Distracting me from my driving duties.
I drove a block down the road. I could still see the shoes. And I’m not kidding. Nor exaggerating.
Hurt my eyes.
So tonight, as I wait for class to start I figure I should write down just how much these “shoes” bug me. But I need a visual aid so you know what I mean.
But what do I Google?
The winner is: garden shoes
I rest my case.
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