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Today novelty socks officially got an attribute for the quick search drop down menu, thanks to the addition of the 3D Pretty Kitty Novelty Socks.
It’s not that I’ve ever been anti-novelty sock,
it’s just that we didn’t have that many
and department stores are full of them, especially around the holidays.
Olivia has it written into the new design so there will be an official catagory for the quick-search-impaired and it is sure to become a large section because people sure do seem to love the silly little novelty socks nearly as much as they love the long, lovely socks our dreams are made of. I’m adding socks we currently have to this category slowly but surely, starting with the obvious choices. I’m not always sure where to draw the line between novelty and unusual so I’ll be employing the help of my assistants and their minions, and of course, you…
9 soxy thoughts:
Phranq looks so baffled.
yeah, the whole cute factor was lost on him,… at first he was happy that I climbed into the chair with him, but when he realized it was picture time and not really cuddle time he was kind of mad. Of course he was happy again when cuddling resumed.
Phranq is wearing such a classic annoyed-cat look!
These are cute…are the kitty faces on the front, back, or both?
they are on the front of both >^..^<
*LOL* I tried to access the Latest Socks and Accessories page from work today and it was blocked! I think it’s because the word “bondage” is in the description of the belted Ozone socks. That just gave me a chuckle!
Argh! okay, I separated bond and age, hopefully that is enough to untrigger the filters. If it isn’t I’ll find another way to mention their official given name. I even googled the word to make sure there are still uses for it that are not, um, questionable.
I bet instead of a space you could do an html tag that wouldn’t show up, so it won’t look as weird. Like <i></i>
are you sure that will keep filters from detecting it?
Dunno. I would think so, since the word is split up technically, but I have no way to test if that’s actually the case since my employer doesn’t filter our content at work.