Tuesday, August 10, 2010

VIVID Extra - The Modern Checklist to Buy Shoes

As shoes are getting multi-purpose day by day, there was a need to put a new guide to buy shoes. These days, there are ever so many kinds of them out there; however, the rules to buy shoes have not pretty much changed over the years until now. In order to buy shoes, you should always try to do the things according to the following checklist:
  1. Check your feet size regularly 
  2. Buy your shoes in the afternoon when your feet at the full size. 
  3. Make sure that they are comfortable on your heels and slip on easily. 
  4. Make sure they are aero-dynamic.
AERO-DYNAMIC! Well, you would ask why. I tell you why. You need aero-dynamic shoes to throw. Recent practices have shown that they are an effective way to get into the news and be a star, and who knows with all that throwing going on, there might be a sport hidden somewhere out there. After all, discs, hammers and javelins have been thrown too much. How about something new and totally radical, only shoes can do that. London 2012 Olympics could be a start for this new sport.

Now let’s review what shall be the four right types of the shoe for throwing.

As show-throwers would be called athletes and there is a plausible chance that they would be throwing their own shoes. They must be throwing a pair of athletic shoes. After all, what’s an athlete without a pair of athletic shoes? They are pretty light though and the endorsements would come flying.
My personal recommendation: Any brand would do but the best would be China-made. We should endorse our friend’s product after all.

Heels can be good for throw sport. First, most of them are made out of very light materials but due to their shape, the heels can put some resistance in the flight so the athlete needs to develop a skill and use the heel effectively. If they thrown correct, they can surely make a point. People who think that the heels are a women-thing, well they need to be informed that King Louis XIV was wearing them in his time, so there will be no problem for men to use them for a sport.
My personal recommendation: Any good old 6 or 8 inch ones. Pencil ones would be the best.

They are strong and sturdy. They look like a boomerang, so they should fly but again a skillful athlete would be required to make it fly the furthest. With all the budgets being spent by nations over military, a little expenditure for this peace-time practice might not hurt. Beware! Some of these boots do not like being tossing around and they might harm as these boots "are made for walking".
My personal recommendation: The ones that a General wears.

Instead of going to specifications and all; let’s use something fairly common, shoes with MUD. Be short, long or Army-sized, muddy shoes would be best as they could regularize the weight being thrown. The question stands what kind of mud. I reckon the mud from a flood would be plenty.
My personal recommendation: Flip flops with mud.

So the next time if a government needs to save their elite’s grace, they can say that the meeting was a shoe-throw practice and the person who threw the shoes was their upcoming talent. Surely, it will give that a better image and a concern for something other than their interest percentages as well as the government TV channel’s editor would breathe easy while editing. So, who wants to join practice?

1 comment:

  1. dude this deserves to be on a paper :O aweosmely hilarious haha great work *thumbs up