If the heel of your shoes suddenly got broken en route to work, what would be your temporary fix?
As classy as it is, I think I would just duct tape it, since goign barefoot isn't really an option for work:/
I would suggest Super glue gel. It's strong, dries quickly, & it dries clear.
I would either go barefoot, run to the nearest Target/Walmart and buy a cheap substitute, or snap off the other heal and consider them a new pair of flats.
It happened to a friend of mine on a night out, she got her high-heel caught on a step, so she just broke the heel off the other shoe and continued on with her night out!
This question makes me laugh because I've totally been there and it's horrible!
I gimped to a nearby store and bought a new pair of shoes to get me through the day. If there wasn't a store nearby, break the heel off the other shoe and make them into flats.
by Barefootfae4 years ago
Let say the grocery store or convenient store. That is as opposed to a park or a swimming pool or beach. In other words someone is fully barefoot in what in conventionally an unconventional setting.
by screaming5 years ago
Which is better? Shoes or barefooted on a rug?
by kimback089 years ago
I don't like wearing them, and I don't like shopping for them. If only the world were conducive to barefoot living.
by Ryan Hupfer6 years ago
What are the best types of running shoes?
by shesacraftymom6 years ago
How do you feel about barefoot running shoes like the FiveFinger toe shoes?Do they make your feet hurt when running? Do they take a long time to get used to? I'm thinking about investing in some and I'm nervous to spend...
by whoisbid6 years ago
Do you ever walk bare foot outside?I saw someone in a hotel who was a european tourist. I noticed he walked barefoot. Is there an advantage of going without shoes?
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