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|
|Don't these look like comfy slippers?|
|I would try these out!|
|This is what to do with all that leftover Christmas Candy!|
|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!|
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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.