Page 211 – Shoes
SHOES – Inventor, (?) Sir Geoffrey de Shoe,
(c.1158). Increasingly considered by many to be a form of “modern psychosis” (source: Dr Stephen Carbuncle, Milan School of Pedology, Twats College, ; “Psyshoesis: a Growing Trend” [Tedious Publications, 2010]). Mental Health professionals have pushed for wider recognition of problems associated with “footwear sociopathy”. Cambridge
Symptoms (various): inability to walk past
Clarks without scoffing sarcastically; avoidance of shoes which fit and are comfortable; obsessive fascination with “ridiculous” creations, such as the notorious “stiletto” (orig. Latin painful blade).
Treatment: none known.