- A young woman recently took to social media to show off her new one-of-a-kind high heels
- The viral snaps of the shoes had social media users abuzz with many confused by their otherworldly appearance
- Briefly News shares some of the hilarious reactions sparked by the images and they're definitely worth reading
A local woman might not have gotten the reaction she expected when she proudly took to social media to share images of a brand-new pair of shoes gifted by a partner.
Photos of the blue and orange ball-shaped high heels left some users convinced they belong in a sci-fi movie while others simply struggled to make out what the shoes were, hilariously comparing them to dishwasher tablets.
@brthnly hilariously said:
"daamnnnn they got the wicked witch of the west edition."
While @_asap_smoove said:
"Fam those the Shego 11’s"
"These are a fracture just waiting to happen. The only thing snapping will be your ankles."
Other users genuinely had no idea what the shoes were for as @_brexoxo_ commented:
"Genuine question: what are those? Are they like a phone holder or something?"
Good Samaritans like @truthmeds had no problem helping confused users decipher what the shoes were with this tongue-in-cheek reply:
The young woman, @MilanBrielle, was quick to clap back, saying she didn't care if she looked crazy and confidently reminded other users to mind their own business.
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported an unusual shoe invention has torn social media users apart. The shoe style, in photos shared on Twitter by @LifeOfNapaul, was modelled after human-feet.
The rare shoe invention sparked huge debate among netizens. In viral photos that emerged on social media, many thought it was a weird and awkward shoe while others remarked that it gives them the creeps.
Like normal footwear, it also came in different sizes, colours and shoe packaging. Many tweeps frowned at the footwear they described as awkward and weird. Some thought it looked scary.
There were even those who hilariously said it was made for Celestian faithfuls, a group of Christians in Nigeria popular for walking barefoot.
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