I just wanted to share an experience with you that I had whilst coming home from work one day last year.
I had just boarded my train a bit earlier than usual, and a beautiful mature lady stepped onboard wearing a gorgeous pair of 6" black stiletto pumps and seamed stockings. All of it was hidden under a long black coat.
I had the painful view of watching her from behind as she walked down to the end of the carriage. Not many people seemed to be that bothered but it was a heart-pumping moment for me, because I've never seen a woman wear such mouth-watering heels out in public before. I was overwhelmed by the thought that she probably just spent a whole day at work in those amazing heels!
Anyway, I was praying that she wouldn't get off at my stop, because if she did, I would have to try and talk to her... I wouldn't be able to resist. But, just my luck, she DID get off at my stop (which was Romford in Essex, UK by the way... if you're on this website, it'd be great to hear from you).
There wasn't that many people getting off so I had a clear view of her walking onto the platform and down the stairs to the station... it was the most beautiful sight I'd ever seen. She was quite tall and very slender, and had a natural beauty about her.
She was walking in the same direction as my bus stop outside, so I took the opportunity to catch up with her. I was shaking like a leaf.
So, I caught up her and said... "excuse me, sorry to bother you. (she stopped) I hope you don't mind me saying but I just love your amazing heels. You look absolutely stunning in them."
She wasn't too impressed at all and she practically ignored my efforts to compliment her and walked away quickly.
I'd just like to get everyone's opinion on that event. I mean, was I being too direct? or... have I actually done something wrong by complimenting a woman in such a way?
If I was to do the same to a fellow member of this website, would you have reacted the same?