The Only Pair of Women's Shoes You'll See Here

We men are far more practical with our money than women. Take shoes: As long as we have a pair of boots, a pair of brown shoes, a pair of black shoes, and some sneakers, we're prepared for anything the world throws at us. Then there's women. Ugh. Their shoe-buying schizophrenia (is there any other word for it?) runs so deep that it's resulted in the invention of the "shoe closet." 

Think it can't affect your life? So did I. Until one day I discovered that my wife's "shoe corner" had grown to fill an entire rack. It's disgusting. Her shoes just sit there, taunting me, reminding me that they represent money that could've been spent on practical goods like shotshells, decoys or a waxed upland jacket. Worse yet I noticed a new pair just last week and there's nothing I can do about it. You can't just shake a woman until she snaps out of it and quits buying shoes. Shaking women has fallen out of fashion. And more importantly, shoe buying is a disease--they can't just wake up from it.

However, there is an exception to my anti-shoe stance. Any duck hunter would be proud to have his wife wear these shoes by designer Kobi Levi:

Don't get it? Think "drake mallard".

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3 Responses to The Only Pair of Women's Shoes You'll See Here

Womens Shoes wrote:
January 02, 2013

Great job.Excellent post. Interesting tips.keep going

Kyle Wintersteen wrote:
April 18, 2012

@Kathy You make a great point. Women also buy way too many outfits.

Kathy [(]Mom[)] wrote:
April 17, 2012

Shoes are part of the outfit! They are NOT a disease! Schizophrenia? I don't think so!