Pointy Toe Shoes

Melissa Clouthier has a pretty spot on post of pointy toe shoes.

Have men become a group of effeminate elves? The shoes curl up at the point. It’s embarrassing for women to wear those sorts of shoes. On men, it takes 50 million years of mammalian evolution to suppress the primal urge to laugh and point.

How accurate is that?  LMAO.  That’s why I wear boots.  Granted the toes are a bit pointy also but they are not effeminate sissy shoes….


4 thoughts on “Pointy Toe Shoes

  1. This article made me smile and she is so on it. I see these big bellied Florida men walk around in the pointy toed cowboy boots and I cant help to think about that old fig newton man I personally think that it expresses subconsciously a prescription of there own extension. These men carry the same behavior traits too. When they walk into a room, they grab there belts , stick out there bellies and pull there pants up like they were falling off or something. Then they slap both hands on there bellies and give a little rub to indicate that they had just eaten.

    Black lets you deflect your body so people will see you and your face instead of what you wear. I like black. I think it helps you to appreciate the colors in nature. I suppose if you like to reflect then bright colors are for you but they sure can be intrusive. Bright green always makes me happy but pink makes me feel generic. I suppose it all about personality.

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