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September 22, 2010


High heels 'wasted on men'

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Can I still keep them for use as a weapon?


I always figured women wore high heels because they liked them. We men can't keep track of what we wear. Did you really think we care about other people's fashion sense?

Women wear shoes?

Put them a little farther north and maybe we'll notice.

*SMACKS Layzeeboy with a high heel to the forehead*

Izzat far north enough?

Thanks, Annie. I was just about to do that.

*WHACKS Layzee upside the head anywho*

Next time I'll use the kick ass boots.

This is another reason to doubt the story of cinderella. That prince did not notice her glass slipper. Wasn't even looking at it. Probably would not have noticed it unless he tripped over it or it flew off ande smacked him in the head.

*hands Layzeeboy an ice pack* I don't think I've ever had a guy say, "Nice shoes"!

Nice shoes, nc.

Unless one looks like Anne Ramsey in "Throw Momma from the Train," chances are pretty good that these shoes will make one look more appealing. That is of course, unless said female has long lost that ability to also wear bikinis and thongs.

Thanks bonmot. *SMACKS* OC Dolphin.

OC, said male would better look like Brad Pitt if he's so picky about 'one's' looks.

*joins cindy in SMACKING OC*

if i do notice high heels, i tend to think "what a maroon"

Hey, all's I'm saying is that if I ever saw Anne Ramsey wearing a bikini and stilettos I would have to resort to pelting her with a possum.

I don't know. Sunday a woman at church wore high heels for a change. Made those legs look like they were a mile long and immediately above moved like two bulldogs fightin' under there (to quote Maximum Bob). But, my mind is pure.

I don't think I've ever had a guy say, "Nice shoes"!

Posted by: nursecindy | September 22, 2010 at 03:28 PM

Michael Douglas says it to Annette Benning in "American President" after his ten year old daughter tells him to

nc, that's because it's not the shoes, it's the advertising.

And speaking of shoes...while my wife was in Orlando with her friends shopping the outlets she was forced (ha!) to order a pair of shoes to be mailed to her. They arrived today but were black when she ordered white. Rather than send them back she decided "you can never have too many black shoes" and had them send another pair in white.

The UPS delivery guy told me his wife uses their third bedroom as a "shoe room."

I heard it said that if heels were so great, men would still be wearing them.

But that didn't stop me from loitering in a shoe department trying on various heels for an hour today.

Classic pickup line.

I've told my wife that shoes, ear rings, etc., that women wear to attract men are, in reality, to compete with other women. It's the women who notice.
The only time I've really noticed ear rings was on a co-worker who wore what appeared to be radio receivers hanging from her earlobes. Colorful and HUGE.
Sorry, Ladies. It's time you knew.

*LIKE* Cheryl Howard's post...

High heels have two effects as far as I can tell. 1) wearer is one to several inches taller and 2) wearer will have foot and/or knee problems at some point in the future.

Blahniks = sex.

At least that's been my experience every time I bring a new pair home to the current wife.

They never asked me. I notice a woman in heels immediately.

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