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Thighbootguy last won the day on May 23 2017

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About Thighbootguy

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  1. Missing your guitar, your consistency, your trips shopping.  They'll always be valued by me.

  2. The Philly museum is a major museum. It would take days to see all of it, so like you said, "giving me a reason to go back, and soon". I think @Lawrencesummed it up nicely that you present a "quite nice and moderately conservative" look. I see no reason why anyone (other than kids) would notice you wandering through the museum or sitting in a park. And as maddening as "no one noticed" is, it was nice that some folks did and made positive comments. Again, you get points for proper, prior, planning.
  3. Having the beard did keep me from serious CD but after I shaved it off, I muddled around for a while then I went for the dark side. But then folks have said I've "been in the dark" for most of my life.
  4. Stubborn is the polite term starting with "st". And even though the automotive industry is metric,we still measure speed in miles per hour. At one time I suggested using furlongs per fortnight for speed measurements, but it never caught on. A furlong is a measure of distance in imperial units and U.S. customary units equal to one-eighth of a mile, equivalent to 660 feet, 220 yards, 40 rods, or 10 chains and a fortnight is a unit of time equal to 14 days (2 weeks). 1 mph = 0.0238095238095238 fpf 1 kph = 0.0383177142857143 fpf
  5. I think I mentioned that too. (without the lol)
  6. Oh well, beauty being in the eye of the beholder, so if you don't like it, that counts, but no one else is ever going to notice that heel tip and it really does prolong the life of the tip considerably.
  7. Today started with blue skies and white fluffy clouds and the temperature in the mid 70sF (24C). I pulled on a short denim skirt, hose, and flats with a hat and my hair in a pony tail I cut the grass in the front yard. I came in and changed the flats for OTK boots with 4" stiletto heels and headed out and about with nothing in mind. My first stop was my favorite thrift store where I was greeted warmly when I walked in and even got a couple of "You look nice" comments. I wandered around and found a James Patterson book but nothing else exciting. I have to keep telling myself "Y
  8. The Kroger's picture was with a timer on the camera sitting on top of the car, which is why the bottom is cut off. As for being passable, thanks (I think) but that isn't the goal. I'm really just trying to find something that is (mentally) comfortable.
  9. Unfortunately when selected size 11 it returned "No items found."
  10. I mentioned in another thread that I just gotten a John McCutcheon CD of children's songs and after listening to them I realized they were for adults too. I offer this for problem resolution: Let Someone Else Decide
  11. That seems to happen a lot on Tuesdays. It may not look like much but 5/16" is a lot when it's already 5" off the ground. As Clint Eastwood said in Magnum Force (1973), "A mans got to know his limitations". I hit the same limit at 5". I have a pair of boots at 5 1/2" that are just difficult to walk in, but 4"ers are feeling better and better all the time. By the way, they are both great looking shoes. Congratulations on a great find. Also note that the heel tip on the taller shoe is flared. When it comes time to replace the tips on the lower pair, I recommend having the t
  12. Great look...love the mini (shoes ain't bad either).
  13. For a long time I wore a beard and went out and about wearing thigh boots with 5" stiletto heels. The beard, in my mind, made sure I didn't try serious CD. I did have a lot of fun wearing my boots and even a skirt but there were a number of hhplace members that did not understand why I kept my beard. After a while I didn't understand it either and shaved it off. The only comment I got for a good friend was, "I never liked it anyway." I've been having fun ever since. Like you say, "Its' a process" and my only advice is let yourself be yourself.
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