Friday, October 20, 2017

WOULD YOU WEAR THESE?



There have been occasions where I've worn some kooky items, and most of my friends just go with it. But as much as I love my shoes, a few of these had me scratching my head and wondering who to re-gift these to for the upcoming holidays.*heh*

Even better, this proves that with a little creativity, we can all probably make our own shoes with no problem, and save a ton of money. I'm going to use some spaghetti cans to see what I can come up with. (lol)

I would wear these!

Yes, these are men's shoes
Men's Shoes
Don't these look like comfy slippers?

I would try these out!








This is what to do with all that leftover Christmas Candy!

Uh...No!


Crazy!

Will they fall apart when walking?  Still, very cool!

Are these real fish???????
No, no, no!
These men's shoes are from Tom Ford and cost $2 Million Dollars!

According to the University of California Olive Center in Davis, all Extra Virgin Olive Oils are not created equal, and may not even reach the minimum requirements. The most authentic oils are protected from light in those expensive dark glass bottles or stainless steel containers on grocery store shelves. If you use this healthy oil a lot and want to save money, contact the manufacturer via email or snail mail for high value coupons. You can also do a coupon search online.




THE WHITE HOUSE
The White House didn't start off with that name.  It's been called The Executive Mansion, The President's Palace, and The President's House.  It doesn't look this large when we see it on television, but this massive home is about 55,000 square feet with 132 rooms and 35 bathrooms.

Touring the White House is FREE, but you can't just walk in to say hello.  Tours have to be requested through your local congressperson about 90 days in advance and proper ID is needed.

Despite the size, tours are only conducted in the public areas within the East Wing.




40 comments:

  1. I can safely say I would not wear any of those shoes! Then again, there are very few high heeled shoes that I feel comfortable wearing so add any kind of ornaments and attachments to them and I'm sure I'd fall flat on my face. haha

    Elsie

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    1. LOL! Like you, I'm no longer a fan of high heels, but I used to wear them all the time. I may wear something crazy for about 10 minutes, but that's about it, Elsie. (lol)

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  2. I can't wear heels at all, so I wear my Reebok Princess style tennis shoes. Although Reebok changes the style of their shoes every season, they have kept the Princess since I knew about and started wearing them years and years ago. These shows prove that a few designers had too much time on their hands, or they were in a contest to find the weirdest, wildest shoe no sane person would wear. As for regifting, I would gift them back to the person who gave them to me in the first place.

    My friend Scott and I had a "healthy" discussion about EVOO after he heard a talk that actually referenced the above study. I only buy one brand and it is rated high on their list. I DID buy some cheap Olive Oil the other other day, not even EV. I'm going to make soap and cheap is OK according to the recipe I follow.

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    1. Ooh, Princess style Tennis Shoes sound pretty fun! OMG Elizabeth, you are so funny! I love the idea of regifting a gift right back to the gifter!!!!(lol) That made my Tuesday morning! Until I read this study, I wondered why in the world Olive Oil was so dang expensive, but I agree if you're using it for a project, no need to spend the big bucks. Hugs...and Happy Tuesday! RO

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  3. Goodness. I should learn to proofread BEFORE I publish. That should read SHOES not SHOWS.

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    1. LOL! I knew what you meant, Elizabeth. Hugs...

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  4. I can think of several funny Halloween costumes to go with those shoes!

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    1. I agree for sure Angela! Some of these would make great additions to a costume.

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  5. Goodness, I wouldn't wear any of them!
    I tend to wear flat shoes these days ... far more comfortable for me.
    Interesting to read about the olive oil.

    All the best Jan

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    1. LOL! Some o these are downright scary Jan, but there are a couple I would try out for a few minutes or so. Hugs...

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  6. First are those brussel sprouts? I love them! Um as for the shoes..hells no. My idea of living large are platform flip-flops!!

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    1. Opened it up on my laptop..those are olives..but ya know what I love them too! Garlic stuffed ones are delicious!

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  7. Ya know even though I love rats I would not wear slippers that look like that. I really hope those were real rats that were used. So tacky.

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    1. Girl, seeing those every morning would probably scare me to death! (lol)

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  8. I wouldn't wear any of those shoes, but some of them made me smile or laugh! I've seen a pair of ice cream cone shoes that I would wear, though, if only the heels weren't so high.

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    1. It amazes me how creative people can get. There are a few I would wear for a few minutes, but nothing long term. Definitely NO to the rat shoes though. (lol) Hugs...and Happy Friday! RO

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  9. Oh my word. That first pair and the rats totally freaks me out. I would wear the same pair you picked (polky dots and stripes:). If I tried to wear the second pair I'm sure I'd break my neck without even trying. The wifey ones would be a cute shower gift.
    Another great post, Rockin Ro.
    Have a weekend filled with sparkle.
    Hugs,

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    1. LOL! It makes me super nervous to even look at the ratty shoes Super Sandra! We could be twins with the striped shoes, right? I don't wear heels anymore, but I sure would try a few of these on for about 5 minutes just to shock someone. (lol) Hugs...and Happy Wednesday!

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  10. I always wanted to tour the white house, but I might have to wait until 2021 to do so. I always imagined I'd be on tour and the president would walk by. I'd probably be asked to leave for telling President Cheeto he is a horrible person.

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    1. LOl! Adam, what in the world am I going to do with you??? Hugs...

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  11. I was just warming to the shoes when I came to the rats – ugh, can you imagine slipping your feet into those in the morning.
    I bought some (very expensive) Extra-Virgin Olive Oil only this morning, and I’m glad to report its in a heavy dark glass bottle – let's hope it tastes as good as it looks!
    Have a good week.

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    1. When I saw those rats, I was a little spooked too Barbara(lol) I hate spending the money, but this is one of those instances that seem as if it's better. Happy Friday! Hugs...RO

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  12. OMG! I wouldn't wear these shoes!

    Interesting about The White House and thanks about letting us know about the extra Virgin Olive Oil. I like the taste.

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    1. Some of them are pretty crazy, but there are a couple I would throw on for a few minutes or so. I had no clue the White House was so big inside! Hugs and Happy Friday!

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  13. Those octopus heels are amazing! Although, I would need them to be flat because I am not a heel kinda person.

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    1. I don't wear heels either the way I used to, but for fun, there are a couple I would thrown on for a few minutes. Hope your weekend is fab! Hugs...RO

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  14. Well, well, now those are some eclectic shoes. I don't do heels, but could see myself trying the Lego ones for fun.

    It would be fun to tour The White House someday. Good to know how to arrange for tours.

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    1. They are definitely creative, that's for sure. I'm not a heels person these days either, but for the fun of it, I would wear a few just for a couple seconds or so. I had no idea the White House was so large, and can imagine that people get lost in there. Happy Friday! Hugs...RO

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  15. blessings....
    I must confess to not really seeing the shoes as my computer is being temperamental today. So what i can say in regards to wearing shoes is this, i where what i want and like as long as it does not hurt my foot or pinch my toes and of course in my budget.

    peace.
    Rhapsody

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    1. I hope you are able to see the pics now, because some of these are quite creative. I definitely agree on the comfort piece of it. Hugs...RO and Happy Friday!

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    1. I hear you on that one, but fun to look at for the creativity. Hugs...and Happy Friday! RO

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  17. Oh gosh - these shoes are crazy, and it looks like I'd break an ankle in some of these. LOL The lego ones are kind of cool to look at though.

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. I would like to try wearing those Lego shoes, but only for a few seconds before I had an accident, too Lauren. They were sure fun to find. Happy Friday! RO

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  18. My little grandbabies would love those Lego shoes:)
    Have a day full of sparkle Rockin Ro.

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    1. I would totally wear those Lego shoes for about 2 minutes, Super Sandra, but that's all I could take. They do look fun! Hope your day is as fab as you are! Hugs...RO

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    1. I hear you on that, Blodeuedd! (lol) Fun to look at though. Happy Friday! RO

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  20. Oh, these shoes were fun. Not my thing since these days I'm strictly a sensible shoes kind of girl but they were fun to look at.

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    1. They are fun to look at and a few are definitely creepy, Deanna. (lol) Like you, it made me smile. Happy Friday! RO

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