theCryptofishist wrote:Don't bother. Even when I had feet, I wore pretty plain, pretty practical stuff. I don't know why I hang out in this thread, but it's not about me and footwear.
It really hurts my feeling when someone says "I would love to give you a makeover".
What this tells me is that the person doesn't like me as I am. I know I am not a fashion queen, and I fail on dressing feminine, some reasons I dress like I do is for concealment, I dont like my shape I and will not wear anything revealing in this shape. I dont need makeup, why would I spend all that money to feel like a clown and turn my face into a picture someone else would like. I am working on finding a fashion style suitable to me and I dont need anyone's help, its personal.
MisaBlue wrote:Really nice...I would go for the black ones.
TomServo wrote:MisaBlue wrote:Really nice...I would go for the black ones.
Savannah wrote:My favorite procedure before spending 12 hours in tall boots: plenty of lemon juice on a baby wipe all over calves and feet + air dry or pat dry + lotion up + put socks and boots on.
Savannah wrote:Asquared, I love the knee high converse too! (Sorry, Yggy. If it's any comfort, I can't wear spaghetti straps, and you totally can!)
Asquared wrote:if you do the create your own, you can get size 13.5 and they run 1/2 size large.
not cheap though
*edit, thanks sav (again!)...i plan on having about 20 pairs of tall socks (thank god for santee alley!)
Mojojita wrote:Yep, I know I enjoyed watching you climb Yggy like he was an oak tree!
gaminwench wrote:He IS an oak tree... thank goodness someone was sturdy!
Savannah wrote:50"! You are outrageous. Brings to mind this exchange, which I never forgot, 'cause it made me laugh and laugh . . . .Mojojita wrote:Yep, I know I enjoyed watching you climb Yggy like he was an oak tree!gaminwench wrote:He IS an oak tree... thank goodness someone was sturdy!
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