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hello anyone ever get their car stuck in snow wearing heels. sitting there gasing it having the tires spinning while wearing heels.

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got stuck in mud, but not snow! my heels actually helped with gripping the ground under the mud :wink:

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I haven't got stuck in a car in the snow wearing heels before but I have walked around in the snow wearing 5 inch stilettos! It was a very slippery experience, and also quite amusing!

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My car doesn't wear high heels, but fortunately doesn't have flats either :wink: When I was younger (much) I used to experiment with walking on snow and ice wearing metal tipped 4 inch spike heels. Usually I could dig in the heels and get good traction, but the heels loosened up pretty quickly with that kind of abuse. One time I was wearing a pair of new clogs which had 3 inch thick soles and pretty much flat heels. They were flat, new, smooth, and slippery on the bottom. I went down some carpeted stairs and started sliding down the edges of the steps on those soles. I threw the shoes away so I wouldn't be tempted after the cast came off :D

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Been there, done that. Got stuck in the snow/ice at 3am in the morning wearing nothing more inappropriate than a pair of 5 inchers. What made it worse was that the sole was made of leather not rubber so I had no grip at all (I seem to remember). I actually had to abandon the car at the time and walk a few miles (which was a nightmare). Wearing heels (particularly metal tipped ones with leather soles) is NOT a good idea!!! I seem to remember having a sore back for a while after :wink:

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So you didn`t try to push your car out of the snow, that would be an great thing with high heels on

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Have you tried walking on snow/ice? let alone pushing a car? :wink:

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i sat spinning my wheels like crazy till i got out had the stiletto to the metal.

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i sat there stuck in snow wearing heels rocking and reving happens alot here. i have rear wheel drive so i know how that is, trying not to get out of the car and ruin the heels.

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asked my lady to drive in 5 inch.. the car was stuck at the time. she was a trooper and managed to make it out.. i shoveled though... some. it was my request. she' never wear heels that tall to drive.. let alone when stuck. she drives in flats mainly. RPM

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I'm happy to get stuck in anything me!!

We don't get much snow here in the UK - so when we do it's a treat to go driving in it - in VERY high heels of course - and punish the tires with my stiletto heeled right foot!

Thick, slick mud is more common here however - and that's great fun to try and drive in. More often than not - the result is sunken spinning wheels and boggy struggles!!

The soft sands on the beaches near where I live are a traction challenge too!

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i have have trouble on wet grass to i'm a realtor so i have parked on wet grass showing a house. it was almost impossble not to spin the wheels

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why oh why aren't we neighbors!!!!!!!!!

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I am in the process of buying a new house, too bad "niceboots" was not my realtor! The realter I got was an odd looking fellow who was forever choking or gagging!

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Hey, that's a pretty cool pic!;)

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