I was recently reminded by a client that this is a classic story, and one that applies to people of all walks of life. A man was visiting a client in their home and noticed that he had a pair of crocs on his shoes.
The story goes that the man asked the client to buy the shoes, but the client pointed out the irony that he had the shoes because he had been trying to save the life of a man he had never met. The man then took a pair of scissors to the shoes and cut them off. He then removed the crocs and hid them in his closet.
After the client left the story, he came home and found the shoes in the closet, but the crocs were gone. He then went to another client and asked them to buy the shoes, but they wouldn’t part with the crocs, so he decided to make an end run around the laws of personal property law by taking the crocs and then selling them to a pawn shop.
So, you would think that a man who had cut off his shoes would have no problem with his shoes being returned to him, but in reality, he would just be a man who does not have a clue who owns these shoes. So if you want to return your crocs to a man who has no idea who owns them, you have to know exactly who they belong to.
For one thing, every time a crocs-owner is in a place where people like him, his shoes would be back. He could have bought them for a living, or one of his friends would have had to buy them, but instead, they are now sitting in a box in his office, and no one buys shoes from him anymore.
The other aspect of crocs, especially the green ones, is that they are all made by one company owned by the same person. This means that even though the company is very small, it can really make a difference in how the shoes look. There are a few different companies out there, and each one is different in one way or another.
The good part is, if you ask your friend who owns the company, he will tell you that it’s a “multi-million dollar company.” The bad part is… a lot of the shoes that are made by that company are made in China which is a huge place to be looking for shoes. It’s not a good look to be buying shoes from a company that only serves Chinese customers.
I was given one of these golf shoes to review (for free) by a friend of mine and i was going to write a follow up review (but i just didn’t want to give it away) but it turned out to be such a great deal that I just had to share. It’s a great value at $34 and I have no doubt that, if you bought it for $34, you can’t wait to get it.
I was looking for a pair of Crocs to review for this summer, and I found a pair on sale for 27.90. The shoes are really well made and I love the fact that Crocs are made in China. The shoes are also comfortable to wear, which is always a good thing. The color of the shoes is a great match with my skin tone.
Because of the high price, I don’t want to be a spoilt toy by the end of the day but I also seriously don’t want to make all the money by buying a pair of shoes, especially when it’s just me and some friends.