History (or herstory) in the making! Show your love for H-I-L-L-A-R-Y with knee highs from Always Fit.
Or, if you can’t get enough of Hillary’s face, try these custom socks from JaysApparel on Etsy.
WARNING: Only to be worn on the left foot.
Socks for all! If Bernie is your man, show your love for that fuzzy hair. Gumball Poodle offers socks for both sides.
Little pink combs and barrettes not included.
Whether your candidate is a socialist, megalomaniac, or lover of pantsuits, be a part of history and demonstrate your support on your feet.
With these fun Trump Hair socks from Gumball Poodle, you can let you stride ruffle that iconic comb-over.
Happy Birthday #35! On May 29, 1917, President John F. Kennedy was born in Brookline, MA.
President Kennedy’s legacy includes a Pulitzer Prize for his book Profiles in Courage. Though, maybe Jack should have also written children’s books. In a 2011 interview, his daughter, Caroline, recounts his story-telling skills.
My father was spectacular at making up stories. And he used to tell me about a purple shark…. He said there was a purple shark that used to follow the Honey Fitz[the small presidential yacht]. It liked to eat socks. My father would make people throw their socks overboard, and they’d disappear. He’d say, “See? See? Did you see the purple shark? He ate the socks!” And I’d go [gasps like a child], “I don’t really see him. Oh, oh, I think I see him! Look, the socks are gone, so it must have been the shark that ate the socks!” Those stories were fantastic.
Here’s to President Kennedy and to purple sharks.
Born today in 1822, Ulysses S. Grant gained notoriety leading the Union Army to victory during the American Civil War. He went on to be elected President twice and his face now graces the $50 bill. That bill, though, would only buy you two and a half pairs of Confederate Army socks, adjusted for inflation. At the time, a pair of soldier’s socks in the South were $1, or $17.50 in today’s dollars. Good thing the North won.