Crikey! It Is the Croc Attack!

Manolo says, here is the long article about how popular the Croc have become, for as we all know if something it is very popular it must be very good.

“There’s no doubt that they are very, very hot right now,” said Michael Wood, vice president of the marketing firm Teenage Research Unlimited. “The key to it is they’re comfortable, they’re practical and they’re fun … and they’re also affordable so you can buy into the trend without making a big investment.”

Jen Mosher of Tuscaloosa, Ala., said she got her first pair of Crocs for Christmas in 2002.

“I stuck them on to wear for slippers and haven’t taken them off since,” said Mosher, 39, a University of Alabama microbiology graduate student who’s often on her feet in a lab.

She now has the original Crocs in nine colors dark blue, royal blue, yellow, orange, red, purple, green, black and the tan ones she wears as dress shoes.

She cleans them by throwing them in the dishwasher.

Remind the Manolo not to have the dinner at this person’s house.

It has now become clear, that despite the best efforts of the Manolo once again, the nation it is sinking into the slough of bad shoes, and just when the curse of the Uggs had abated.

The Manolo must reiterate this point, that the Crocs they are suitable only if you are less than 10 years of the age, the point at which the vividly colorful plastic things are cute.

If you are taller than these girls, the Crocs they should be avoided.


Hasselhoff Injured!

Manolo says, Ayyyyyyyyy!

Former “Baywatch” star David Hasselhoff had surgery after severing a tendon in his right arm in an accident in a London gym bathroom, his spokeswoman said Friday.

The 53-year-old actor, who played lifeguard Mitch Buchannon on the TV beach drama for 11 years, was shaving at a gym in the Sanderson Hotel on Thursday when he hit his head on a chandelier, showering his arm with broken glass, his publicist, Judy Katz, said.

Doctors operated to repair the injury and Hasselhoff spent one night at St. Thomas’ Hospital in central London, Katz said.

“He’s fine,” Katz said by phone from New York. “He’s out of the hospital and will resume filming tomorrow.”

The Manolo he has two reactions to this news. First, Thank the Lord that the mighty Hasselhoff was not serious injured.

And second, What athleticism, to be able to bounce his head off the chandelier while shaving!