Thursday, September 9, 2010

And Then Material Presents Itself

Now is the fall/winter of my discontent if I do not procure at least one, if not several, of the following pairs of shoes.

One can obtain a better understanding of my foot-oriented demise if one sings Bon Jovi’s “Bad Medicine” in one’s head while perusing the objects of my compulsion.

Your love is like bad medicine
Bad medicine is what I need
Woh oh oh
Shake it up just like bad medicine
There ain’t no doctor that can cure my disease

I always welcome the opportunity to imitate an updated Marie Antoinette. Always. No questions asked. Streamlined frilliness is my favorite fashion dichotomy.

Warning: Potentially inappropriate diversion but I simply can't let this one go. (By the by, Spellcheck, why would you ever suggest "dickhead", I kid you not, as an alternative to dichotomy? I simply misplaced the h. That's a quite a large and vulgar leap to make as far as spellcheck assumptions and suggestions go. How do you get "dickhead" from "dicohtomy"? Seriously! That's what Blogger's spellcheck suggested when it pointed out that I had misspelled dichotomy. "We here at Blogger Spellcheck noticed that you may have misspelled a word, as we can't locate it in the dictionary. When you spelled out 'dicohtomy', did you perhaps intend to spell out 'dickhead'? Because that's one of the top entries in our dictionary...dictionary for people with poor and limited diction. Oh, you meant 'dichotomy'!?! Why, we didn't even think of that! We just assumed you meant 'dickhead'. Our bad!")
Slouchy things are some of the best things. Unless you're "slouchy". I would never wish to be personally described as "slouchy" any capacity.

Envision these with cropped skinny jeans (not jeggings!) and ask yourself, "Why am I not wearing that or something equally as cool this very moment?!?"

If you hate all of my beloved booties and gather no useful information from this blog entry, take this with you at least. Should you ever take up spellchecking as an occupation, don't assume that one intended to write "dickhead" as opposed to "dichotomy". In fact, I think it's fairly safe to assume the one may be going for a different, less reprobate noun. Seriously, why was that even an option?

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