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Sensible shoes?

With thanx to Lion3ss, I recently found my shoe type:

You scored as Sensible Flats. You are Sensible Flats. Practical and comfort-oriented, you'd rather go through life without the pain of a pulled arch. Still, you might want to walk on the wild side a litte more.

Sensible Flats


87%

Flip-Flops


53%

Classic Pumps


47%

Quirky Shoes


23%

Sexy Heels


3%

What Kind of Shoes Are You?
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Of course, in reality, it was a rare day that I did not come in to work with my Beatles-esque ankle-high boots *grin!* And when not at work... my Nike sandals! and of course.... tennis shoes!! :)

Sam, *you* should see how you fare in this quiz! :)

Comments

  1. Here's my rating:

    You scored as Quirky Shoes.

    You are Quirky Shoes! Combining style and an unflappable orginality, who cares if you'll never find a handbag to match? You're Fab-U-lous, dahling!

    Quirky Shoes
    70%

    Flip-Flops
    57%

    Sexy Heels
    43%

    Classic Pumps
    30%

    Sensible Flats
    20%

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  2. Thanx, Sam of Sam-I-Am! And the "other" Sam (a.k.a. Mash, SS, ... my ex-colleague) e-mailed me with her results.. which were as expected:-

    "You scored as Sexy Heels.
    You are Sexy Heels! Red patent leather and seven inches of heaven are your idea of the perfect sleepwear. Careful trying to walk around in those things!

    Sexy Heels 76%

    Quirky Shoes 73%

    Flip-Flops 53%

    Classic Pumps 33%

    Sensible Flats 0% ... Haha, what are sensible flats again *ROFL*

    oh, that was a good entertaining quiz to do first thing in the morning. thanks :) "

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