Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Sleeping With Ward Cleaver

Because I love the Debs I'm having another shoe contest for Jenny Gardiner, one of the 2008 Debs. Just yesterday DearReader.com chose Sleeping with Ward Cleaver as their book pick this week.

This is a very funny look at what happens in a marriage when Your Husband turns into Your Father and suddenly an old boyfriend doesn't look so bad.Same rules as always, names in a bowl, contest open until Midnight Thursday and winner announced on Friday. Then Jenny sends you an autographed copy and we all go to heaven in a little row boat. If you don't know that song, you're too young to read this blog.

Guess what era this shoe display is from:

A. The 1950's

B. The 1960's

C. The 1970's

23 comments:

  1. Don't know what era, but my GAWD, what did they do with the bodies???

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  2. I am thinking B the 60's. But I do agree with Pinki about the bodies!

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  3. I'm going to have to go with A. I don't know why...it's just calling my name.

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  4. Oh, honey, I know you searched high and low for just the perfect shoes...I am most impressed with your research skills LOL
    Now the question is would you wear these shoes?!
    Thanks for doing the contest!

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  5. I'm thinking it's the 60s. Thanks!

    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  6. 70'S!
    Although, I've seen them THIS YEAR too!

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  7. 50s - because I think that's when the Severed Foot Preservation process was perfected.

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  8. surcie10:10 AM

    Dang, that's a poorly composed photograph.

    70s?

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  9. I think we burnt them in the 60's.

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  10. Anonymous10:44 AM

    S,
    I'll go for the 60s.
    Aloha,
    MJ

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  11. 70s? They're so... flat.

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  12. You left out D) Sometime during the Roman Empire.

    I'm takin' a SWAG at C.

    Shade and Sweetwater,
    K

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  13. pomnot4:42 PM

    I remember a nifty pair of sandals I had in the 60s-so I will go with that! They would look great now with a little platform now, are they Italian?! The amputated feet are pretty creepy . . .

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  14. Anonymous5:55 PM

    I'm going with C...
    and will now have nightmares tonight of severed feet...

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  15. Wow this is hard. I thought I saw Russell Crow sporting one of those during Gladiator. Lets go with the B the 60's based on the lovely backdrop.

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  16. I think they are hideous enough that they had to be from the 70's!

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  17. I'm thinking 70's but you don't have to put my name in the hat since I don't think I'll ever be sleeping with my father. Literally metaphorically.

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  18. I'm guessing the 60's. The 70's were more disco and the 50's didn't paint their toenails red.

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  19. Anonymous1:43 AM

    70s for me.

    My reason is that I saw at least
    2 pairs that I recall wearing,
    being the shoehorse(is that the term)

    Neighhh.

    Cathi
    Regardless, this is fun!

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  20. Anonymous1:43 AM

    70s for me.

    My reason is that I saw at least
    2 pairs that I recall wearing,
    being the shoehorse(is that the term)

    Neighhh.

    Cathi
    Regardless, this is fun!

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  21. Anonymous1:43 AM

    70s for me.

    My reason is that I saw at least
    2 pairs that I recall wearing,
    being the shoehorse(is that the term)

    Neighhh.

    Cathi
    Regardless, this is fun!

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