University of Kansas researchers found that people could judge 90% of a person's characteristics from their shoes. You Can Judge 90 Percent of a Strnger's Personal Characteristcs Jus...
Since y'all know me by now, perhaps you can judge which of these most closely matches the shoes I wear every day. Give it a try. I'll tell you in a few days. If you want us to guess your shoes, that might be fun too.
My shoes are E and I would guess yours are, too.
Ruth, my guess is you're shoe E: practical, stable, comfortable and unpretentious.
"Practical and functional shoes generally belong to agreeable people"
That's me. I wear practical shoes like the one shown in C. Black walking shoes. And of course when I go hiking I wear A - hiking shoes.
You're right about "practical, stable, comfortable and unpretentious", The Flying Atheist, and C or E might have been my choice had I normal ankles. But since my ankles are weak I wear A, hiking boots with excellent motion control, for everyday. They're waterproof, so a bit sweaty in hot weather for long wear. You guys know me pretty well. Thanks! Yes, I look schizophrenic when dressing up.
Thanks, I needed a hearty laugh. Actually there's an accessories thread in Odditorium where these would fit right in.
Flying Atheist, wearers of your shoes will definitely need a podiatrist in their later years.
None of these shoes are like mine, lol. I wear sandals (slip-on kind), flat because I'm 5'7", I guess Mom-looking, always have black, tan, and white prs. and wear them till they die. In winter I wear black, brown, and tennies shoes, I guess not stylish or un-stylish. I'm practical, not out-of-style, but not fashionable either, and I only replace my shoes when they start to look bad.
I guess my style is, middle-class Mom, frugal.
That's a shoe ethic I can respect.
I'm an actual Birkenstock-wearing liberal. For shoes, I prefer comfortable, understated sneakers or walking shoes such as "C". When dress shoes are required, I insist on comfort as well as style, and am willing to pay for Rockport, Ecco, etc. to get that.
(And thanks for the laugh, Flying Atheist!)