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Shoe shopping

HalfEatenSurprise

Registered Member
Never even considered it. Shoes are just shoes to me, I have some nice ones that I go out in, some hiking boot things and some knackered trainers. Generally only realise I have to buy more shoes when rainwater's getting at my feet.

I can see the appeal of shoes though, and when I do my yearly shop for a pair of them with no holes in them, I will try my best to get some decent ones. My main concern being that they will not drop to bits after walking four steps in them.

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Quick observation:
A lot of my female friends who buy high heels for going out in always complain that their shoes hurt their feet. And I don't mean a little bit, I mean a lot, and it's almost all of them complaining. They also love shoes as a majority. Generally if there's something out there that hurts me in some way then I don't like it, and definitely won't buy it. What is it with high heels and the inclination of women buying them even though they hurt? WTF? ---
 
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AnitaKnapp

It's not me, it's you.
V.I.P.
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Quick observation:
A lot of my female friends who buy high heels for going out in always complain that their shoes hurt their feet. And I don't mean a little bit, I mean a lot, and it's almost all of them complaining. They also love shoes as a majority. Generally if there's something out there that hurts me in some way then I don't like it, and definitely won't buy it. What is it with high heels and the inclination of women buying them even though they hurt? WTF? ---
Most of the time, they only hurt if they are new. There is a break in period for heels. Sometimes mine hurt my feet the first 3 times I wear them, and then they are fine.
 

Bubbles

I ♥ Haters
I hate buying new shoes, or better yet, I hate shoe shopping altogether. I'm not too big on heels and pumps since I'm tall enough as it is, it just makes me look like an ogress.

I only shop for running shoes, converse and skate shoes - and it's usually at the Adidas store in downtown Vancouver. Best part about buying shoes from there is that they're durable and really good quality and they usually last a year.
 
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