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Tick, tock, tick, tock,.. the clock seems to impatiently count the minutes I’m taking trying to figure out what shoes to wear. Yet again, I find myself searching aimlessly for that perfect pair that will complete the fabulous outfit. I chose to wear for that rare occasion in which my boyfriend will take me out on a date. Seriously, I don’t think you can call yourself gay if your word of choice when expressing how superb your accouterments are is not fabulous; don’t judge)

It’s not that he chooses not to take me out, but after ten years of been together we hardly ever have the time to take a breath and enjoy our time together. We’re both busy people but we try to make time for ourselves when we get the chance. But that’s beside the point.

When I finally make a decision, I find myself no longer feeling that same attraction I felt for that pair when I first laid eyes on them, and I wonder. Do shoes evoke the same attraction and desire we feel when we first encounter an attractive person? And if so, are shoeaholics really shoe whores looking for their next fling?

One hundred and something pairs of shoes later, I can tell you that women are definitely not the only ones with a shoe addiction. Do you remember the TV show cribs? Do you remember peeking at some of those rappers and athletes closets?  And, lets get something clear here, not all addictions are bad.

Having a shoe attraction does not always mean you have a problem–unless you start using your rent money to pay for an extra pair or two. Wanting the latest style in shoes, and having the means to pay for it without compromising your well being and that of your family, does not necessarily mean you have a problem. But, where do you draw the line?

There comes a time in life when you must ponder whether or not you can live without that extra style of boots, when you already have four others. When you must account for all the money you have spent over the years buying shoes you hardly ever wear; because you work so damn much that you hardly ever have the time to go out. There will come a time when you will realize that shoes don’t complete that fabulous outfit you put together, but what makes that outfit fabulous its you and nothing else.

Well, that time is not yet my time, but good luck finding yours. I will definitely happily let you know when my time comes, because right now I am enjoying being a shoewhore. Hey, I work hard for my money! But remember, accepting your flaws is the first step to loving yourself and shoes don’t make the person, but they sure do make you walk with a little more sass.

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