Thursday, June 3, 2010

I am the Robert Langdon in the world of Shoe Dazzle

Sooooo... I cracked the code.
ShoeDazzle sent me my replacement selection.
And, ohmyfreakingwordhalelujiahpraisebabyJesus they sent me more than one pair of acceptable shoes.


Its ShoeDazzle, so of course there is a but.  What, you were expecting success?

The 2 shoes I really really liked were sold out in my size.  As were a pair of decent shoes I liked, but already have something similar too.  They sent me 3 out of 5 SOLD OUT shoes. 
What have I done to deserve this?

Moral of the story: use small words related to what you want.  Like peep-toe, conservative, casual.  Do not use the words tranny, streetwalker, or cork, unless of course you are a streetwalking tranny who favors cork.  But be prepared to still find yourself disappointed that the stylists will figure out exactly what you want and offer you the once in a lifetime chance to covet the shoes without the chance to actually wear them.


Becky Mochaface said...

What does everyone have against cork? I mean I would never wear it to work but it can work during the summer with a casual dress. Although the wedges I own that look like cork are not really cork.

twononblondes said...

I agree. Actually I have a few pairs of really cute shoes with *cork* accents. My issue is that a., I need work shoes, and b. I am a little iffy about the quality of $39 shoes (not all, but some) and since I found my realy cute cork wedge shoes that I wear with summer dresses, they were less than $39 from a store.

Sarah RDH said...

I am almost done with Kim's bullshit. They sent me, AGAIN, the exact opposite of what I effing ask for. Of course, I asked for 5 new pairs, so we'll see how it goes. This time I didn't put a damn word in the comment box hoping that no requests was better then any requests. Maybe it has been because of the use those words, like hooker, tranny, etc....

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