People who buy sneakers are more likley to be leaders, apparently

No_trainers As regular readers will know, The Fashion Police have a firm policy on sneakers, believing them to be only for the gym/sports. This possibly explains why The Fashion Police are not world leaders, though, because according to a survey by Mindset Media, people who buy more than three pairs of sneakers per year are 61% more likely to have the qualities of a leader.

This is bad news indeed for the stiletto-toting fashion police, but we’re taking it with a pinch of salt for the time being and sticking to the stilettos. If we do ever become world leaders, we think we’d rather do it in heels…

(Thanks to Fashion Police Officer Jenna for the heads up on this story!)

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  • April 7, 2008


    This reminds me of a survey told to us by our stats teacher that said that people who had dogs as children were 60% more likely to be CEOs. It turned out to be a complete error and misuse of stats. 60% of CEOs may have had dogs as a child, but that doesn’t mean that 60% of children will become CEOs when they grow up. Make sense?

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