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05-13-2018 05:16 PM
Since it takes all kinds to make the world go round, I have to say why I actually liked the marshmallow comparison.
My feet have changed A LOT since my knee replacements, and buying shoes is now a much bigger deal than I’d like for it to be. The more facts that can be shared orally and visually about a shoe, the better I like it, and the more it helps me decide whether that might be the right shoe for me. I do look for lightweight shoes, and comparing the actual weight of the shoe to marshmallows gives me a very good idea about the weight I’m putting on my feet.
05-14-2018 10:37 AM
So how many marshmallows did it take to match the shoe in weight?
Love me some s'mores or rice krispie treats
She had to keep piling them on . . . I didn't count, but for her sake I hope she got it straight if she had to do this all day!!
05-14-2018 11:09 AM
I don't get why this was so weird. Amy is pointing out how light weight the shoes are. I think we all know how light marshmallows are.
I also swore during the presentation with Jayne Brown she said 12 marshmallows were the same weight as the shoes. But I could be wrong. She definitely wasn't piling a ton of marshmallows on the scale. Both weighed 5 point some odd ounces and while it's the same weight, it's easy to imagine the weight of 12 marshmallows, IMO.
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