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    Uberfuhrer wrote:
    Yes, but are they comfortable on you?
    I have a size 13 foot; I could only wear heels from the Dennis Rodman collection, not within my budget. I'd have to go for more of the heels worn by KISS in the 70's maybe...

    Are you comfortable when you wear heels, oh Texan autocrat?

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    didn't really read the thread but...i have mad love for heels too.
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    They make a woman's legs look longer, which is a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade Wilson View Post
    I always thought they were for stabbing people in the eye.
    You've seen Robocop too many times.
    Listen to me, baby, you got to understand, you're old enough to learn the makings of a man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I have a size 13 foot; I could only wear heels from the Dennis Rodman collection, not within my budget. I'd have to go for more of the heels worn by KISS in the 70's maybe...


    Up to a size 16. You're welcome big guy.

    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    aahah, Ceecee ftw!

    I have a pair of spike-heeled knee-high strappy yellow boots that can really get to me after a while, but they just look so amazing that I put up with it sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    aahah, Ceecee ftw!

    I have a pair of spike-heeled knee-high strappy yellow boots that can really get to me after a while, but they just look so amazing that I put up with it sometimes.
    I like to threaten size 15 ENFJ man with buying him shoes from that site. Every time he picks up something ridiculous when we're shopping and gives me those eyes. I know what you mean though. I have some really insane heels but they look so great I seem to not mind the discomfort too much.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    I like to threaten size 15 ENFJ man with buying him shoes from that site. Every time he picks up something ridiculous when we're shopping and gives me those eyes. I know what you mean though. I have some really insane heels but they look so great I seem to not mind the discomfort too much.
    Werd up, pretty lady!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KristenSnowdeal View Post
    The point to high heels is located on the underside of said shoe- often spattered in blood of men who make comments woman wearing said shoe disapproves of.
    I don't disapprove of it, I just disapprove of having to hear a woman complain about having to wear them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    Up to a size 16. You're welcome big guy.

    You are a terror! God Bless You.

    I'll send you a picture if I ever buy a pair.

    On a historical note, I did volunteer for a charity event to raise money for people living with AIDS in my area. The event was based on the sponsors finding as unlikely of a male candidate as could be found to dress up in drag and do a number to a song of their choosing. Each "performer" donated their tips to the charity. A friend of mine volunteered to be a sponsor that year, and the fellow that was going to be his candidate backed out at the last minute. I was present when he got this phone call, and when he told me what had happened I (mistakingly) laughed and asked him who would he ever get as a substitute on such notice, to which he looked me dead in the eye and with the most evil grin I have ever seen said: "You."

    I tried for an hour to get out of it and he got me with charity guilt. So, I was dressed up later that evening as "Redneck Barbie" and given a wig that looked like one of Dee Snider's rejects from the "Twisted Sister" era. No heels anyone had would fit me, so I had to wear my black Tony Llama cowboy boots, with my purple tube skirt and everything else. My song of choice was "These Boots are Made for Walking."

    That night, a 245 pound (at that time) bodybuilder dressed up as redneck Barbie mocked himself for the sake of raising $345 in tips to contribute to the charity. The reason my tips were so high was at the end of the song I did a front split. I pulled my hamstring in the process, and it was purple for 3 weeks, but $20 bills fell from the sky when that happened, and the 7 rounds of shots that followed the routine masked the pain until the next morning. All for a good cause...

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