The Telegraph reported on a poll today that was commissioned by a shoe storage company so I think we need to take this with a grain of salt, but it is still interesting and I want to know if you think it is true. The poll asked 1000 women in the UK what were the first pair of shoes they bought with their own money. 92 percent remembered. The other question asked was the name of the first boy they kissed. Only 2 percent remembered the name of the boy.
Now, it doesn't say if they had to come up with a first and last name which would be much more difficult than just a first name. The people who funded the poll said the results were attributable to the fact that most women at a young age bought the shoes for a special occasion and therefore were more easily able to remember the shoes.
What do you think? How would you answer the question?