The super soft fake satin ballet "slippers" they unfortunately sell next to dancewear at Target and Walmart. Every preschool teacher's nightmare. They fall off feet, cause dancers to trip and fall and are simply not suited for a dance class.
|Ok I may be exaggerating a bit.|
Then today I was shopping for some new ballet slippers for myself from Discount Dance and I see this:
Let's take a closer look...Discount Dance?
I mean, I understand that Target and Walmart might not care if the bedroom slippers they are passing off as ballet shoes aren't ACTUAL ballet slippers, but Discount Dance should have SOME shred of integrity when it comes to shoes that are listed under the "Ballet" category! Whyyyyyy??
At least one of the reviewers (mind you, a 13-year old who has better sense then a dance catalog) wrote:
"I'm just going to quickly say if you are planning on buying these to wear them, don't...Anyway, I actually made them in to a keychain!"The only use for this shoe is as a decoration!
Ok... rant over. I feel better now.
At least until the first day of class...