Over at the witty as heck publishing/gossip/style/stuff site, Gawker, there's a big debate on the yays and nays of toe cleavage.
Like here, in New York those horrible (but I hear, useful if you work in a kitchen or a boat) crocs are infesting, thongs (they call 'em flip flops) everywhere and people still wear those ridiculous lookin' brown velcro sandals (Tevas, apparently).
There may be the odd attractive foot walking around out there but I'm mostly irritated by any sight of toe in a shoe.
Always said it, everybody no matter how attractive they may be has an imperfection, and if you want to find that imperfection real quick, look down to the feet.
Gawker commenter, Ian Spiegelman agrees:
"Toe cleavage is like anything else: it's attractive on attractive people--and by that I mean attractive women. No male should ever show his feet except at the beach. Period"I'm with another commenter, Meredith who reckons:
"Toe cleavage: nice in the right shoes.Tevas and Crocs?
Those shoes: not nice.
Flip-flops: never, ever, ever. Men or women. No. Unless you're on the beach.
Tevas: Are you fucking kidding me."
"Honest to God, I've always assumed that anyone in Tevas inherently smells like feet.IBentMyWookie:
It is what it is."
"I will see your Tevas and raise you Crocs. I maintain that they were created for the sole (geddit?) purpose of destroying my spirit.Mine too.
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