|Some people can be classified as loud walkers: They walk so loud, you can hear them coming from a mile away. I work with several loud walkers. There's a woman who works in the office next to me who wears heels every day (yes, every single day). I have no idea what these heels look like or how big they are or where she got them. I'm not observant; I've never seen them. But I know what they sound like. I always know when she's walking by, and I can hear her all the way down the hall. She used to be my semi-boss, so I learned to dread that sound. Now, whenever I hear her, my heart starts beating harder and I have to remind myself that she's not coming to boss me around anymore.
Sometimes men wear shoes that sound like women's heels. That's always weird. I'll hear the "click-clock" of heels on a hard floor, but the sound is coming from a man. That doesn't make sense in my head, so I usually just collapse on the ground and convulse. My brain can't handle that type of input.
Unfortunately, I might be a loud walker too. It's not because I wear heel-like shoes. It's because my shoes squeak. I try to keep them quiet, but it's just too much effort. But hey, at least I don't have heels. Buncha nancies.
Collection of other Seinfeld-esque terms for people: Loud gum-chewers, weird noise maker, long talker, loud breather #psychology