Tuesday, February 23, 2016

sigh...



 



25 comments:

  1. Gives a whole new meaning to 'dagger' heels... :-)

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    1. Old NFO, Yes it does. I was thinking they would be an interesting way to carry a weapon in gun free zones.

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  2. Can't be comfortable, but it is impressive.

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    1. CW, Italian leather, so they probably are more comfy than one would think at first glance!

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    1. Jenny, Nice? Those are killer stilettos, nice doesn't even come close. lol.

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  4. I actually used to go to work in shoes like this. Of course I was much skinnier. Now I would snap them like a twig.

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    1. Granny Annie, LOL, so did I and they were fun. Made me a bit taller than the Cowman, but he didn't seem to mind...

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  5. Those could kill. Hate the feeling they give the feet but love the look it gives ones legs and butt. Yes, sigh. That time has passed and for me it is the sneaker age now.

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    1. A Patti, I still wear mine on occasion, but I have to be selective about where... dammit!

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  6. It would make your calf look luscious!

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    1. Woodsterman, LOL, dangerous possibly...

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    2. I said luscious not dangerous.

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    3. Woodsterman, well heck, I was hoping for dangerously luscious!!

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  7. They send a statement. It's like, "I'm a berserker, I'm dangerous, but I'm here to party!!"

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  8. Big Sigh from me too. I am not allowed to wear heels any more. :( :(

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    1. Grannymar, Well heck, that can't be any fun.

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  9. Designed to stab men through the heart.

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  10. Don't listen to Odie, Brighid! Those stilettos are definitely dangerous!

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    1. Grunt, LOL, they are aren't they!

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  11. Will they let you on the airplane with those? :-) Who cares about airplanes, better on board a ship I suppose.

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