SCP Seeks Same

lost-pumpSingle, cream-colored pump seeks like-minded mate for quiet, candlelit dinners, Broadway musicals and intimate getaways to exotic locales.   I’m the designer sort but not pretentious; neutral but still possessing a subtle sense of color.  Average in height, I’m even considered practical by some fashion-forward thinkers.   But make no mistake, I am all woman and comfortable in my own skin.  I can easily move from boardroom to bedroom with confidence and grace.  I’m a little naughty, a little nice.  Dare I say, I go with just about everything?

So…Now you know me.  Interested?  Serious inquiries only.  Reply to SCP3456.

(Jesus H. Christ!  Will somebody tell me how in theee hell I can lose one goddamn shoe??)

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April 27, 2009 2:12 am

Im dying over here…the “lone” shoe

April 27, 2009 9:43 pm

Im sure you could go look into one of the many “full length house” closets that adorn your parents home and find a similar match. Of course it probably came from the deceased or a church rummage sale from 1972….Just a thought.
And in answer to your question. I have no @#$@’n clue.

Sharon Matthams
Sharon Matthams
April 28, 2009 2:54 am

I believe Marshals has the same shoe, and it’s so ‘inexpensive’ (cheap) that you could buy the pair and have a spare. You know, in case the other shoe dies of old age.

April 28, 2009 10:06 pm

Wild escapades?

May 6, 2009 3:59 am

I have an idea for a new product. It’s called “Make-A-Shoe”. We can get Billy Maze to pitch it. This way you can make a match for the one that has gone missing. Hey, maybe baby Noah took it with him when he broke out of baby prison.