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    I enjoy wearing hiheel women's boots with levis, leather, and gloves...Would love to meet guys with similar interests, I wear size 12 women's boots.

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  1. I'm not afraid to admit it, I love watching mindless TV shows like "Vanderpump Rules". Yeah, I know, it's phony stuff staged for ratings, but I watch this stuff just the same... I have always admired "Tom Sandoval", he takes great pride in his appearance, and always puts pleny of effort into all his outfits. I'm not crazy about Tom's drag outfit, he has done better, but he is killing it in those ankle boots! vanderpump rules tom in drag boots - Google Search
  2. You're the man alright! Would love to hang out with you sometime, hopefully will develop the courage to wear my boots loud and proud just the way you do....
  3. So true, but I wouldn't want to "trick" them by not revealing who I was before asking for opinions.
  4. I agree buddy, but I guess there are two ways of looking at it...I chose to think that a guy that has the confidence to wear heels in public really shows that he is comfortable in his skin, not worried about being judged by the usual social norms. These qualities spell masculinity to me for sure. I feel amazing while out and about in my boots...Still plenty of work to do, but have progressed a great deal from not too many years ago....
  5. Well, the subject of my boots has surely been discussed, but usually in an argumentative setting. He does not approve or think I look good, ridicules me for wearing regular cowboy boots.... I think he realizes my boots aren't going away, so the topic just isn't discussed and the boots aren't left out in the open for him to see. Not great, I know....It is a shame for sure.
  6. It seems like societal pressures did a number on many of us. I remember my sister's red go go boots also...Put them on every time I was home alone....The strong desire to wear them and how they made me feel were more powerful than the "little voices" saying I shouldn't. I don't know what I would have done if I was ever "caught". Thinking back, maybe my Mom/sister did know, but let me be me....
  7. Oh dear, depression will do that to your for sure. I hope you are OK now. I would have thought you would have been more interested in wearing heels when you were going to the gym. Please take good care of yourself, do and wear what feels right to you....D
  8. Well, it might have been "interesting", but he/she might not have appreciated being trapped into possibly making comments that were not complimentary
  9. Guilty as charged......The things we do (or don't bring) to keep the peace.... They were block heel with pointed toes, and looked great, was so envious....
  10. Spending 12 days in Honolulu on vacation, really missing my boots... Today, while out and about, I saw a tall young man wearing a real nice pair of black patent leather ankle boots with 4" heels. I stepped up my pace to catch up with his group.....Passed him by, and complimented his boots while looking back at him. He didn't notice because of the usual phone distractions....One of his female friends nudged him telling him about my compliment. He apologized and thanked me. I told him not to worry, and that I didn't want to seem "creepy" by stopping him and forcing a conversation. Wish I could have taken a photo, but that would have been creepy....
  11. OK, will start looking for LAS trips as soon as October schedules come out....D
  12. The more I think about it, the more I suspect the cobbler accidentally damaged the heel while replacing the tips, then did his best to "repair" it....I am not one who leans back on my heels, and do my best to avoid road/sidewalk hazards. I surely would have remembered getting the heel jammed enough to do that damage, not to mention probably would have tripped/fallen as well. Oh well, will try to get them repaired...Then start looking for the "back up to the back up pair"!
  13. I'm more than willing to spend the money to have the heel replaced...I guess I just worry about the heel not being an exact replacement, or looking like crap. I agree, the wooden dowl would snap off...Some sort of steel roll pin or threaded rod seems like the only viable heel "repair". I guess I will just try a new cobbler, and see what he thinks. I just can't think of anything I did that would have split that heel like that. I just had those heels tips replaced not too long ago, just wondering if the cobbler messed up the heel while doing the work, then tried to patch it back together.... I am usually very careful when walking, don't walk over grated city sidewalk surfaces, and avoid rough sidewalk surfaces whenever possible. I think I would have remembered a mishap that could have led to such damage... Oh well, will try a new cobbler...
  14. No problems, the only thing bruised was my ego....
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