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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Shoes

Yes.
This is another post about my shoes.
I came across a tweet about shoes.
Apparently,
your shoes have something to say about your personality.
Six things according to this
Which made me wonder 
what do my shoes say about me?

(BTW - I feel the need to add in here
my last year's Grade 2s
are disappointed that this year's class
do not appreciate my diverse shoe collection)


1. Practical and functional shoes generally belong to agreeable people.
These are my go-to shoes.
They are well worn,
well,
because they are my functional shoes.
So I must be agreeable.



2. Ankle boots belong to those with more aggressive personalities.
My black ones broke.
I need another pair.
Have seen a few great looking ones.
Now just need to choose one.
Apparently I'm agreeably aggressive. 



3. Uncomfortable looking shoes are usually worn by those with calm personalities.
I wouldn't say these are uncomfortable exactly.
They're just not meant for a lot of walking.
But at least we know I'm calmly aggressive. 



4. Those who are worried about relationships wear new or well-kept shoes.
I don't have a new pair of shoes to show you,
but since I have many,
there are many that are still looking good.
Hmmmm.... wonder why I'm worried?



5. Cheap people wear less expensive shoes.
I don't really wear these.
They're for going to the pool,
or in winter,
when the house is cold
they are my house shoes.



6. The more boring a shoe is, the harder it is for the owner to form relationships. 
This is because they don't care what others think of them.
You cannot get much more boring than a pair
of trainers.
I only wear them to exercise.
I will not wear them to go out.
So I suppose I care what people think of me.



 So what have we learnt?
I'm 
agreeable,
aggressive,
calm,
worried,
cheap
and
don't care what others think about me.






2 comments:

Sue said...

And I am simply agreeable...

(and when it rains, aggressive).

;)

Faiza said...

Ummmm I thought to cry for you when I read "I don't have a new pair of shoes to show you."

We must fix that pronto!