The kiddos just received Crocs from a fabulous grandmother in their lives. Now, I have heard opinions from both sides of the argument regarding whether or not adults should wear Crocs. I will not be addressing that as I have friends on both sides of the isle. Indisputable fact: Crocs are, most assuredly, cute on kids. Nope. Not open for debate. If you’re still not convinced, I plead with you to withhold judgement until you see the pictures.
So, we are in the Crocs store and the boy child starts pointing to the animal prominently displayed on the wall behind the cash register. He clearly wants to know what it is. I declare loudly (of course) and confidently in front of all the onlooking employees, “I don't know. It might be a dinosaur. It’s IMPOSSIBLE to tell.”
Ah, Emily. Sometimes you’re all beauty and no brains…It was not until I was driving home that it dawned on me the mystery animal was, in fact, a CROCodile. Ugh.
Back to the story. Did you know that there are Crocs that change color in the sun?! Well, there are. They are radical to the max and they look a little something like this:
And, lest you think the soundtrack to this picture was something relaxing like a babbling brook or a string quartet, let me give you a peek at the top half of the boy child while I took that last picture:
Why was he crying/screaming like a pterodactyl? Are you kidding me?! I have no earthly idea. Perhaps he didn't like the flavor of the green chalk he was ingesting.
Incidentally, how many times do you have to tell a human to stop eating chalk? Just curious. I’m ready to be done with that conversation forever.
In closing, I would like to add that I received no compensation from Crocs for this product review. This is 100% my real opinion. If, however, you happen to be an executive with this fine company, I would be willing to receive a retroactive payment for my whole-hearted advertisement. After all, I DO have 4 followers on my blog. I’m kind of a big deal. Think about it.