Is there a real difference between the two though?
Let me just start off by saying the only person who should be allowed in a pair of crocs is my 80-year-old grandma, who looks like a total badass.
Isn’t she the cutest?
Anyone else is committing an unforgivable fashion crime and needs to be stopped immediately before embarrassing all their friends and loved ones. And also because they’re sort of bad for your health.
Chicago podiatrist Megan Leahy say that people who wear crocs throughout the day are subjected to suffering from a variety of disgusting foot problems like arch and heel pain, tendonitis and nail growths.
Leahy said, “Unfortunately, Crocs are not suitable for all-day use,” (lol I promise you, it’s not unfortunate)
“These shoes do not adequately secure the heel. When the heel is unstable, toes tend to grip which can lead to tendinitis, worsening of toe deformities, nail problems, corns and calluses. The same thing can happen with flip-flops or any backless shoes as the heel is not secured.”
Yea but most backless shoes or flip flops aren’t as hideous, so that part is irrelevant.
These rubber clogs have somehow sold over 300 million times. Unbelievable.
“I don’t care, they’re comfortable” is not an excuse people!!!
And stop it with that happy dance.
So anyway, now you have a valid reason to tell whoever it is you know to stop embarrassing themselves for the sake of fashion their health. And if you’re the walking fashion faux-pa time to take them off, look in the mirror and repeat after me: “Crocs are not okay.”
Trust me, it’s for the best.