Shoes, Boots and Footwear in General.

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9 years 7 months ago #12000 by Envy
:laugh: I remember when I found heels awkward to walk in - Nowadays it's only the stilettos that elude me - they leave me looking wobbly and drunk as opposed to duck-like.

A few walks around the house helped me prepare for the blisters as well. :blink: The pain! Especially during my 'prom' night..6 hours 'dancing' in heels. Bah. Daggers through my feet.

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9 years 7 months ago #12001 by Envy
Katelyn wrote:

8 inch stillettos? OUCH! My feet hurt just thinking about it!

What is that like? A ballet shoe with a pointy heel on it? owwy ow ow ow


I've seen some like that actually. :P Let me see..

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9 years 7 months ago #12002 by Envy
I haven't yet..Usually I just give them a wipe and polish if necessary. :blink:

I think fabric-like shoes, like Converse shoes, could be washed easily..Or at least, dunked in the bathtub with lots of soapy water. I'd stick to just polishing and wiping down my other 'more fancy' shoes/boots. :P

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9 years 7 months ago #12006 by millkins
I feel blisters only after I take the shoes off :D But seriously the prom? My feet still shiver. :lol:

I can't swim. I can't drive, either. I was going to learn to drive but then I thought, well, what if I crash into a lake?

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9 years 7 months ago #12022 by Morgana
If you wear your shoes barefoot (as in, without nylons) it helps to put a bit of baby-powder on your feet. I find I don't get so many blisters that way, although it won't stop them completely.

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9 years 7 months ago #12055 by SkieShauphen
Thank goodness I'm a male, and not a crossdresser.

Meaning comes from within.

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