the stinky sandal saga continues...
Today I had time to try on the sandals I liked in that shoe store, the one where the guy told me those shoes wouldn't suit my purposes. Well, none of them felt right. So I went to the shoe boutique and tried on shoe after shoe after shoe, mostly Naots, even though my current (smelly) sandals are Naots. They're just so comfortable, and I like the styles. Anyways, none of them are really grabbing me although a few feel nice and look ok or look nice and feel ok. I'm just about to come to a decision, because I'm so sick of smelly sandals when the clerk mentions that with Naot, you can buy separate insoles to replace them. Eureka!
So as of Thursday, I will no longer be known as Stinky Shoe Sin.
(And, I must say, my traffic has gone up since I last wrote about smelly sandals... people keep coming in droves looking for information about washing leather sandals and stinky sandals and smelly shoes... there's clearly a market niche just waiting to be filled... maybe [lowers voice] shoe freshener needs to be brought out of the closet?)
And because it's been so long since the grammar grump made an appearance, I offer the following:
HooWEE! Them's some 'spensive berries!
A few things I find strange: "Strictly enforced at management's discretion"? Which one is it? Strictly enforced or dependent on the management's discretion?
And of course, the specific items they have chosen to ban from the establishment. Ooh, sideways hats, gotta watch out for those... those are the REAL badasses! And are towels the new gang labels or something? I wanted to investigate these items in more detail, but no time... I'll leave it to you.