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About nyenor

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    Queensland, Australia
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    Sports, travelling, seeing women in high heels!

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  1. I have heard the same story about the state of the economy affecting heels and skirt lengths. From what I recall heels go higher in bad times and skirts do the opposite, i.e. go longer in bad times. I do not think this is a 'new idea' as I first heard it way back in the 1960's (that gives my age away).
  2. Thanks at9. Must admit she's not bad and definitely better looking than Keith Moon or Mr. Starkey.
  3. A little disappointed. I was expecting (hoping) to see her actually PLAY the drums wearing those heels she talked about.
  4. I have heard of this type of thing before. I recall several years ago, can't remember exactly where I read it, but a guy got abused for holding a door open for a woman, sharply told 'I'm quite capable of opening a door". Weeks later, same woman, same man, "I thought a gentleman held a door open for a lady". This by his own admission after he deliberately let it go in her face.
  5. I'm afraid sneakers (usually called 'trainers'' in this country), took over 'my' city many years ago. I rarely see a woman in heels, and those that do occasionally wear them seem limited to about 2".
  6. I can recall the days long past when many dance halls with wooden floors banned stiletto heels for this very reason.
  7. Add a 'c' in front of rap and you have the right word to describe this so-called 'music'.
  8. I agree Bluejay I also hate the mere sight of flipflops (or thongs as they are known in the 'land down under). Should be totally consigned to oblivion and made against the law to wear the horrible looking things.
  9. Neither do I - and I live in a major city.
  10. I recall hearing a story about the comments of a male on a talk back radio program in the UK (Norfolk area). He said he was fed up of not seeing women wearing skirts and heels, always seeming to walk and act like 'pseudo males'. The story also stated that the radio's studio switchboard lit up like a Christmas tree as feminists rushed to condemn the man. His wife was said to have later stated that she always wore skirts and heels, adding by her own choice not her husband forcing her to do so.
  11. That terrible song by Miley Cyrus's dad 'Achey Breaky Heart' I think was the title.
  12. Not from 'Mucky Maccas' I hope.
  13. Down here in Oz, apart from a few weeks in 'winter', I wear shorts virtually all the time as does just about everybody else of both sexes. I even know of some business people who wear shorts to'from work and change at the office. Even my PJ's are 'shorts' during the warm summer months.
  14. A brilliant version of a great song. I almost found myself singing along.
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