Friday, October 15, 2010

My shoes don't eat meat.

Brother-in-law alerted me to this event. (I'm linking to it, cause you wouldn't believe me otherwise).

But just so do you don't have to go there (gawd listen to me, these days a click is even a drag), here it is in all it's glory.

'We're hosting another party selling certified cruelty free women's shoes. Anyone interested in women's vegan shoes are welcome to come along.

For those of you have been to previous parties, please note that we have a new range!

This party is hosted by Vegan Style.

Feel free to forward this invitation on to anyone you think might be interested.'

Hope to see you there :)

Okaaaaaay. Obviously I have a few questions.

Since when did shoes evolve so highly that they could eat, (apart from your bank balance or your heels) ?

Or, have I got it wrong and are they cruelty free cause they're a state of the art, ergonomic masterpiece that won't give you blisters or make your feet hurt?(But just make you look sensible).

Hmm not sure.

Anyway, if you're interested pop along to 50 Hope St in Spotswood, Melbourne tomorrow between 4.00- 5.30 and you can check out their new range.

Somehow, I can't see me getting there.


15 comments:

Countess said...

Only confirms what we already know......Australians can be seriously weird.

laughykate said...

Too strange for words, Countess.

Anonymous said...

love the bit..'for those who have been to previous parties please note we have a new range'!!

Jo said...

Ah, now, sarky!

laughykate said...

But could you please explain it to me, Jo?!

tinman18 said...

Why not cruelty free mens' shoes too?

Do the cows not mind as much if they give up their skins for men?

laughykate said...

Very good point, Tinman !

laughykate said...

Anonymous, I missed you there ! It's great, isn't it ?

Jo said...

Oh stop, woman, it just means shoes made without any animal products!

Tinman, men must stick their feet in porpoises and walk around like that.

laughykate said...

Hmmmmm, I wouldn't say I was deeply skeptical, but there is a degree of skepticism lurking within.

SaS said...

Does made without animal products include the sweat from the four year old that hand stitched the seams...

laughykate said...

How do you spell a laugh-snort ? Cause that's what you just made me do, Sas!

Full of class, me.

SaS said...

You are indeed a lady, Ms Laughy...

laughykate said...

Why thank you, Sir!

laughykate said...

Why thank you, Sir!