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‘Charles, 24, works at dad’s law firm, drives a Prius and likes cocaine’: Bored store employee hilariously imagines the lives of potential customers based on the SHOES they might buy

A shoe salesperson posted photos of various pairs of shoes on social media earlier this week with superimposed captionsFor each pair of shoes, they imagined a character who is presumed to be the typical person who would be tempted to purchase the shoesA pair of grey Ugg boots was deemed to belong to a 19 year old called Kristynne, who ‘likes boy bands and tacos’ and ‘calls her father Daddy’Elegant low boots, meanwhile, were branded as belonging to ‘Simon, 26’, a ‘tall, dark’ man who ‘writes moody poetry’ and ‘has more sex than you’By

Sounds fun: One of the characters invented by the Imgur user is a 49 year old woman named Crystal with short spiky hair and a taste for well done steak

Ghostify, who published his shots in two separate galleries under the title If The Shoe Fits, provided a simple explanation as to why they were driven to launch the creative project, writing simply: ‘Got bored at work.’

For each imaginary character, Ghostify provided a name, an age, as well as several character traits.

Among the wonderfully descriptive captions, a pair of grey Ugg boots was deemed to belong toa 19 year old called Kristynne, who ‘likes boy bands and tacos’, ‘tried whisky once, threw upand ‘calls her father Daddy’.

Crocs, on the other hand, were described as being fit for Chance, 17, who is ‘big boned, bit of a bully’ and ‘wears cutoff shirts’ while loving his four wheeler.

Backstory: The Imgur user could picture these black loafers in the wardrobe of 53 year old Patricia, who is waiting for retirement and stuck in an unhappy marriage

At the opposite end of the spectrum, some work appropriate shoes were considered ideal for Charles, 24, who ‘works for his dad’s law firm, drive a Prius, went to Duke’, and enjoys cocaine.

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a pair of mint green sneakers were made out to belong to Veronica, a 32 year old who likes to try a new diet every six months, ‘has a C section scar and does Pilates on Wednesdays’ while spending her entire time in sports bras.

Ghostify also encountered elegant ankle boots, which they imagined were made for 26 year old Simeon, a ‘tall, dark’ man who ‘writes moody poetry’, ‘has more sex than you’, ‘wears scarves’ and ‘has an emotional connection to a band he “discovered.” ‘

As for a pair of wedge mules, the Imgur user posited they belonged to Carol, a 60 year old woman who ‘calls your sweetheart’, ‘always sends you home with leftovers’, ‘volunteers at book drives’ and ‘cooks a mean casserole’.

Bro: Ghostify thought these brown shoes would work well for 23 year old Brad, a business graduate and beer pong aficionado who likes to pop his collar

In a different style, flat black sandals were apparently the perfect pick for Krista, 52, who has ‘wild hair’ and a ‘sunflower ankle tattoo’, identifies as a ‘cool mom’, enjoys gardening, and advocates in favor of recreational marijuana.

Ghostify was equally inspired by comfortable looking sandals, which he imagined belonged to 58 year old John, a grandfather who likes fishing and loves his wife, tells ‘pull my finger’ jokes and lets his grandchildren eat ice cream after his wife has gone to bed.

Perhaps John’s son was Carter, a 45 year old ‘cool dad’ and according to Ghostify the typical owner of a pair of flip flops, who manages to stay ‘perpetually tan’, ‘summers at the lake house with the kids’, and ‘treats his Golden Retriever like family’.

A pair of camo sneakers, meanwhile, were described as belonging to Sarah, 27, who ‘always has dark circles under eyes’ and ‘has a kid in another state she’s saving up to care for’.

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Boots has revealed it will be cutting the cost of razors and eye cream after a ‘sexist pricing’ petition showed women are charged more than men for bathroom essentials

She called on Boots chief executive Simon Roberts to ‘review your sexist pricing’.

In a statement on the Boots website, the company said it had never operated a pricing system that discriminated against women ‘so we were surprised and disappointed to see recent examples in the press that did not reflect our own standards’.

It said: ‘We immediately conducted a review on all Boots own brand and proprietary ranges to better understand the cited examples. This review has reassured us that for Boots own brands the two reported examples, Boots disposable razors and Botanics eye roll on, are indeed exceptional cases which do not completely meet our principles and we are taking action to correct these prices.

‘Following the review of Boots own brand ranges, we are speaking to our suppliers to ask them to conduct similar reviews of their brands, however we cannot comment further on their pricing that would be a matter for the brands themselves.’

The petition also revealed that Boots eye cream was 9.99 for women, left, and 7.29 for men, right

Last month The Times newspaper released findings that the cost of clothes, beauty products and toys for females are routinely higher than equivalent items pitched at males.

Across all products with different prices, those aimed at women were 37 per cent higher on average, the newspaper said.

In one case, Tesco charges double the price for 10 disposable razors which are pink, while Levi’s 501 jeans for women are on average 46 per cent more expensive than the men’s version, according to the newspaper.

Maria Miller, chairwoman of the Women and Equalities Committee, said retailers could be called to Parliament to face questioning over the disparities.

She told the Press Association: ‘Retailers need to explain how they can be charging such different prices for items which look identical.

‘It’s an excellent piece of research and it’s something which the committee will be considering whether we should take further.

‘This is just the sort of thing the Women and Equalities Select Committee can consider and make sure that in this instance retailers are made to account for what appears to be price discrimination based on sex.’

In a statement on the Boots website, the company said it had never operated a pricing system that discriminated against women ‘so we were surprised and disappointed to see recent examples in the press that did not reflect our own standards’

She added: ‘I think many women will understand the point that is being made, particularly when it comes to clothing and toiletries.

‘Sometimes the difference in price is noticeable, but I think an independent piece of research like this, an investigative piece of journalism, has really shone a spotlight on how widespread this problem appears to be.’

The Times reported that out of hundreds of products its team analysed, they found only one example of a male item which was pricier than one aimed at females a set of underwear.

But dozens of ‘female’ products were more expensive.

Across all products with different prices, those pitched at women were 37 per cent higher on average, the newspaper said.

Sam Smethers, chief executive of women’s rights charity the Fawcett Society, accused retailers of a ‘sexist rip off’.

She told the Press Association: ‘These findings are shocking because they show just how systematic it is across the retail industry.

‘They didn’t just find one or two examples. Some are targeted at adults, some at children, it includes clothing, toiletries and so on it really is a wide range of products, and they found a 37% mark up on average for products that were marketed as being for women or for girls.

‘That is not just 5%, 10%, that is over a third more that women are paying for the pleasure of being marketed to as a woman. And there is nothing intrinsically different about those products that justifies an increase of that kind.

‘It is a big rip off. It is a sexist rip off and we have all just got to see through it and start demanding something different.’

MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for Boots and is awaiting comment.

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NEW YORK Take that, trend watchers: Ugg Australia’s now classic boots in their comfy, cozy glory are still going strong after 35 years, having just celebrated their anniversary this month at all the company owned stores.

The sort of clunky sheepskin boots have been declared “in” and they’ve been called “out” many times over. They’ve been knocked off even more. But their loyal fans keep buying them.

“Have you ever tried one on? If you did, you’d know,” says Tacey Powers, national merchandise manager for Nordstrom. “They are part of the everyday wardrobe. You own a sneaker, you own a flip flop, you own an Ugg.”

The original boot style is still the most popular, but Ugg has branched out to include more fashion y silhouettes and loungewear. Home products such as blankets and decorative pillows will be offered this holiday season. Almost every item is touched, even if it’s hidden at the base of the heel, by the signature sheepskin lining.

“You have to be comfortable in Ugg. You have to feel good. Our tag line is, ‘Feels like nothing else.’ We want them to be the go to pair in your closet for everything,” says Ugg Australia President Connie Rishwain. “We don’t want to be the pretty pair you never wear.”

The peak of Ugg’s pop culture trendiness was in the early 2000s, when Hollywood starlets made them part of their uniform with short denim miniskirts. Never mind that they were cruising the sunny beaches of Malibu, Calif.

Now it’s evolved into a “Goldie Hawn in Aspen look,” says Adam Glassman, creative director at O, The Oprah Magazine, and that’s how you should wear them: with leggings and a long sweater, or jeans and a fur trimmed parka. Or like you just don’t care.

“Ignore the rest of your outfit. It’s nearly impossible to build an outfit around them,” he says.

However, don’t wear them with socks. Not because they’ll look bad, but you’ll be missing out on the sheepskin sensation that makes them special.

The Ugg backstory

The beach bums actually had a similar idea to Ugg Australia founder Brian Smith, who brought these boots from Down Under to southern California in the 1970s. They were particularly popular with male surfers.

But Deckers Outdoor Corp. bought Ugg in 1995 and saw its potential with young women. “We inherited its inventory and its customers,” says Rishwain, “but what blew my mind was the sell through. We were pretty much a fourth quarter brand, but it pretty much sold out year round.”

Ugg wasn’t going to be a one hit wonder, however, says Rishwain, who has been with the brand since the Deckers deal. With success came a confidence to create clogs, slippers and the cardigan knit boots that are almost as popular as the original. Ugg needed that depth of merchandise before opening its first stand alone store in 2006. Since the line isn’t dictated by “trends,” shoppers come back for the same thing over and over again. She compares it to a favorite running shoe.

Also, notes Powers, people always refer to the brand name it’s never the fuzzy moonboot or shearling slipper. The products are pricey, she allows, but she has no complaint about quality or cut corners. “It’s totally consumer driven. Every high end designer has done a version of Uggs in his or her own line.”

He counted three pairs in his office the other day and it’s only October. “I am probably the only person in fashion who’ll tell you how much they love their Uggs,” he says.

Not true, actually. In previous interviews over the past year, Rachel Zoe and Michael Kors have sung their praises. And it’s always a similar tune: They are for the moments when comfort counts and conditions allow.

They’re not really for the times when you’re making a major fashion statement, but how many of those do you really have?

Glassman recalls a glitzy black tie event during a snowstorm. “Everyone was so glammed up, but I was tired of ruining my fancy and expensive shoes, ruining my pants. I brought a little shopping bag with my tuxedo shoes, I switched them inside and checked in my Uggs at the coat check. It was a little awkward a little Melanie Griffith in ‘Working Girl’ but when we left, it was still snowing. I changed again, walked outside, and everyone said, ‘Wow, you were the smartest guy here.'”
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I had a problem with my ugg boots and the string around the button on them because it had come off. I called a few minutes ago and asked if they repaired shoes. The man said yes so I told him I had a question. He said okay. I started to ask him a question about my ugg boots and he interrupted me and said “You have to call when we’re open or come in. It’s 8 o’clock at night.” in a pretty rude tone. You knew why I was calling and I paused after I said I had a question to wait for his response. He at any point could have told me they were closed but instead let me just go on and then had an attitude like it was my fault. If you don’t want people calling then don’t answer the phone. Or maybe he should have had his hours located anyplace online. I will NEVER go in there. Even when I’m in the middle of closing the store I go out of my way to answer the phone and help customers. Sometimes it takes an extra 10 minutes just to figure out what they want and locate it but I’m always willing to help. A man running a business should not be as rude as him and he could have just not answered if it was that big of a deal!
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A nearly century old hunting boot is catching on with a younger generation that sees the utilitarian footwear as hip. Another reason is new styles, including something Leon Leonwood Bean surely never envisioned in 1912: bright blue and pink leather, new for spring.

At Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, Zina Huxley Reicher, of New York, wears her dark brown, shearling lined boots nearly every day, with a skirt or jeans. She has only one pair, but some classmates have several.

“They are very practical, but they’ve also become a fashion trend,” she said. “They’re simple and kind of have that rugged look that has been adopted as a fashionable thing.”

Defying a trend toward offshore production, the outdoors retailer is adding 125 full time employees to its Maine based manufacturing operation to keep pace with orders.

The well known boot appears to be benefiting from a retro trend, whether it’s penny loafers or the Gap’s 1969 series blue jeans, said Candace Corlett, president of WSL Strategic Retail in New York.

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Another factor that could be helping Bean: There’s been little that’s new and exciting in footwear in recent years beyond UGG boots and Crocs, said Alexander Geyman, editor of Focus on Fashion Retail, outside Los Angeles. Trendy UGG boots and the Timberland brand outstrip Bean’s in sales, he said. Bean. It’s become something of an unofficial symbol of Maine, like the rocky coast and lobsters. Bean boot outside the 24 hour retail store, near the company’s headquarters in Freeport. Tourists regularly snap photos. Bean featured one of its factory workers in a national television advertising campaign.

The boots carry the “Made in the USA” label, something that’s hard to find these days in footwear. Labor Department. In Maine, shoe manufacturing jobs peaked at more than 25,000 in the 1960s, and last year there were 1,300 jobs, according to the Maine Department of Labor.

“We’ve made a commitment since it’s our signature product, and because of our heritage, that they’ll always be made in Maine,” spokeswoman Carolyn Beem said.

The hunting version has a softer rubber compound that allows a hunter to tread lightly, while the “Bean Boot” has a steel shank and tougher rubber compound that holds up better on asphalt.
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John Booker was just 17 years old when he made his first start in a college football game. Now 22, he the youngest player on the Spokane Shock roster.

But it been an active 22 years.

Booker is a charismatic storyteller as he recounts his journey from angry youngster to easy going arenafootball2 rookie. He all about family, teammates and learning from past mistakes with a lot of entertainment mixed into each part of the equation.

The 6 foot 4, 300 pound Booker grew up in Oakland, Calif. His parents divorced when he was 8. Booker and his two sisters moved in with his mom parents, who maintained strict household rules.

mom is my hero, said Booker, who acknowledged he didn handle his parents split very well. was my den leader in Boy Scouts, my baseball coach. She went to every one of my games. This is the first year she missed games. She coming this weekend to watch. blossomed into a promising lineman at Hayward High School and orally committed to California, but he didn fully commit to the classroom.

was a typical high school screw up, he said. senior year I played around and failed some classes. ended up at San Jose State and was thrust into action early, even though original plans called for him to grayshirt. He earned his first start in a nationally televised game against Boise State.

Booker went on to start 36 games, including San Jose State landmark win in the 2006 New Mexico Bowl that ended the school 16 year bowl drought. Teammates voted Booker co captain as a senior.

Booker spent some time with the San Francisco 49ers and he was making a mark until the team signed a veteran lineman. Then, Booker pulled his hamstring. The injury didn heal properly. It aggravated his sciatica and his back locked up.

He went from believing he had a strong chance of making the team to being released and receiving an injury settlement.

didn understand the business aspect of it, but I learned a valuable lesson there, he said.

Booker hooked on with Spokane and he been a fixture at tight end. Offensive linemen often toil in anonymity until one mistake results in the quarterback getting knocked on his wallet. But in arena football, the spotlight occasionally shines on a lineman.

It called the tight end screen. The lineman who raises his hand as he approaches the line of scrimmage is a tight end and an eligible receiver under af2 rules. Booker has hauled in 10 passes and scored four times.

loves it when a fat guy scores,
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Shock coach Adam Shackleford said. makes people yell and scream and go crazy. John a good athlete and he still fits the mold of what the NFL is looking for. He a pretty athletic guard in the NFL. made a nifty cutback to complete a 19 yard scoring play against Wilkes Barre/ Scranton. He admits he been hit or miss with his end zone celebrations.

think I might have the best celebration of the year with the surfboard, he says, laughing. might be leading, with me being a big man doing a pretty complex dance. I also might have the worst one of the year. The rodeo attempt on the boards it was a disaster, as my mom called it. center Kyle Young and guard Ryan Belcher form a solid line that has yielded just six sacks, tied with Bossier Shreveport for lowest in the league. Quarterback Nick Davila leads the af2 in pass efficiency and only three teams have scored more touchdowns, a reflection of the line performance.

past seasons we might have had trouble (blocking) certain teams and I would have to cut my route off faster than I normally would, receiver Raul Vijil said. I have all the time I need and I can get on the defender toes and be patient with my routes. It a good feeling. I know it a good feeling for Nick. key up front is technique and teamwork.

all just clicked together, Booker said. met Belcher at a (San Jose) Sabercats workout and Kyle played in the same (WAC) conference as me so I knew of him.

when I first saw Kyle, I didn like him. He walked in with a wool hoodie on and UGG boots. I was like, at this guy. I started hanging out with him and he a good guy. We all get along, we like to laugh and we don take ourselves too seriously. We all good players, but we not cocky. is in charge of pregame music in the locker room because he has a comprehensive selection on his iPod. When youngsters from the YMCA showed up at a recent practice, Booker was one of the first players to greet them. kids, he said loudly as he began shaking hands.

always been taught to try to be optimistic about things, he said. always been lighthearted. I had some anger problems when my dad left, typical in that I was the only boy and was tight with him. From that,
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I learned to become a relaxed person and it takes a lot to set me off.

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Body of missing Newcastle woman discovered on South Wales beachDyfed Powys police have confirmed a body discovered on North Beach, in Tenby, on Monday is that of MaryAnn Cooke, who was last seen on June 913:18, 24 JUN 2015Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!

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The body of a Newcastle woman who went missing two weeks ago has been found on a beach in South Wales.

Dyfed Powys police confirmed the body of MaryAnn Cooke was found on North Beach, in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, at 9.50am on Monday.

Formal identification has taken place and her family has been notified, police said.

The 63 year old was last seen on June 9 when she left her Oakfield Gardens home, the Benwell area, before taking a taxi to Newcastle Central Station.

Welsh police appealed for information regarding possible sightings of MaryAnn between 5.50am and 8.30am on Monday morning and it is believed she had been visiting the town at the time of her death.

A spokeswoman added: “It is believed that she was wearing a green coat and was carrying a rucksack or similar holdall.

“It is also known that she was seen wearing a flowered blouse, black leggings, black ‘Ugg style’ boots and black T shirt under her blouse.”

MaryAnn, also known as Maryam, was known to be a church goer and has previously attended St Joseph’s Church in Benwell.

A statement released by police said: “Dyfed Powys Police can now confirm that the body has been identified as Maryam Cooke, 63 years old, from Newcastle.
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Bobby Brown does not want the upcoming biopic of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown to air.

Bobbi Kristina is set to premiere on Sunday, Oct. 8 on TV One, but Bobby has just filed a lawsuit to stop it from being released. In court documents obtained by E! News,
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Bobby claims that the TV One defendants “knowingly and maliciously” used his persona and life in the movie and promotion of the film.

Bobby also claims in the court documents that the movie “contains defamatory and untrue depictions” of him “being violate” towards the late Whitney Houston.

One line in the documents states that the biopic “contains defamatory untrue depictions” of Bobby and Bobbi Kristina’s relationship, with scenes “suggesting” that Bobby “does not love his daughter.”

In addition to keeping the made for TV movie from airing, Bobby also is seeking over $1 million in damages.

TV One released the following statement to E! News in response: “We are aware of the reported legal challenge by Bobby Brown regarding the film Bobbi Kristina and are taking appropriate steps on behalf of our network to respond. While we are not able to address our legal response at this time,
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Tuesday on the top 10 applicants seeking to replace Superintendent Burnell Lemoine, who plans to retire at the end of the year when his contract expires.

Tuesday’s special School Board meeting will feature 26 qualified candidates out of 32 applicants, with each board member voting for his or her top 10 candidates to be interviewed for the job, Mark Allen Babineaux said.

On Monday, Babineaux was working with Central Office staff on logistics for the board’s votes to be displayed publicly since it’s unlikely that the board’s electronic meeting system will manage the tasks.

“I think the easiest way would be to do a hand vote and transfer it to an Excel file so the public can see what the vote is,” Babineaux said.

Interviews were scheduled to begin later this month and a new superintendent could be selected as early as Dec. 7, the tentative date for the School Board to select a new leader.

The School Board allows two representatives from the 100 Black Men of Greater Lafayette and the Lafayette Public Education Stakeholders Council to sit in on the interviews and recommend their top choices. regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, the School Board may receive further clarification from Baton Rouge attorney Bob Hammonds, who in a recent legal opinion, discouraged the School Board from allowing non board members to cast votes in its superintendent selection process.

Applications for the superintendent job closed on Sept. 12. However, the School Board waited until the results of public forums and an online survey related to the search were analyzed by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette communications department.

The feedback, which School Board members received Saturday in a 30 page report, will be used by board members as they narrow the pool of applicants, Babineaux has said.

The new superintendent’s priorities should be improving the management of financial and human resources; improving student performance, particularly in reading, science and math; and quality of life and improving community relations, according to the report.

Applicants for the Lafayette Parish superintendent post include sitting superintendents and current and former Lafayette Parish school system employees. Here’s the list of the 26 candidates who will be considered Tuesday:

e_SBltDon Aguillard, of Centerville, St. Mary Parish school superintendent.

e_SBltWayne Alexander, of Old Lyme, Conn., director and special education teacher for Hartford public schools.

e_SBltHerman Brister, of Port Allen, chief academic officer for East Baton Rouge Parish schools.

e_SBltWilliam E. Butler, of Pine Bluff, Ark., formerly interim science specialist at the Math and Science STEM Center.

Pat Cooper, of New Orleans, president and chief executive officer of the Early Childhood and Family Learning Foundation.

Craig A. Fiegel, of Novi, Mich., superintendent of Canton Community schools.

Walter Gonsoulin Jr., of Starkville, Miss., assistant superintendent of federal programs and operations for the Starkville School District.

Luis Gonzales, of Harrisburg, Pa., superintendent and chief executive officer of Central Dauphin School District in Harrisburg, Pa.
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