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2 hours ago, Cali said:

Kill them with kindness

Thanks. Already have schemed up a plan to get my revenge. First get her to trust me and become courteous and full of compliments and be caring. Yet difficult to do  when someone has no style whatsoever or has no fashion sense.  Or understands caring enough of her fitness approach, diet and physique to achieve any results. Someone who acts very smart judges others as fools in comparison. Yet she can’t understand basic body function between tricep, , bicep or back muscle laughing upon herself as if it was joke. 
 


 

Often my revenge to hostile gal i can’t avoid is opposite to run away or back down. Have the problem play into my advantage.rather trying fight current upstream I follow the current.  It’s to have the gal notice me in different clothes I enjoy to wear. Hostile gal can’t ignore this on daily basis something new I wear Upping the bar so to speak, yet same style I’m use to. Gal might get angrier even try to ignore me but time wears them down when the truth comes out. Jealousy or envy often is motivating factor for recognizing hate.
 Only my neighbour gal has no jealous bone in her pale old body. Neighbour gal with her narrow mindedness of her beliefs of appropriate attire or lifestyle choices I make is one she can understand or care for. Her belittling behind my back is only way for her to vent disapproval. 

Once my plan takes shape I feel neighbour gal  will get exactly what’s coming to her. Only then I will satisfied not caring ever again what she really thinks of me again. Little will she know will enter into my trap only then will figure out he was only planning for his sweat revenge. 
 

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not sure about any moose that close to the city, or to the west of it where we were.  but north of the city is serious moose country.  where we were, there is a huge deer population but that was not a deer walking down the side of the road.  i got to thinking, if it were someone, why wouldn't they walk on the pavement and be silent?  there were no cars on the old highway, but us.  so weird.  

anyway my gal pal showed her city girl colours with her freak out, scream, frantic run to the car, never going out there again statement and her hand gripping my thigh all the way back into the city!  her hand on my skin: wow!  her hand was boiling hot!  once inside the city though she calmed down and back in her place she asked what can i do for you for saving my life?

ha!  (i certainly told her what she could do!)

sadly it is going to be very cool for the next several nights.  no more super sexy show all stretch shorts and white high heels on bare feet and legs.  already, yesterday, i asked if she would like to go out again and she said to where we went:  No!  but she would like to walk the city streets at night, so maybe there is something we can do together.

i'm still chuckling over how she totally lost it out there.  that blood curdling scream of hers was more scary than any night sounds out there in the wild darkness!  but i have to play my cards right with her as for now, she is the only gal pal who will go out!  all the others are paranoid about catching the stupid virus and so are locked down like lunatics.  

gosh how i miss the night club, getting dolled up and going out.  

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the good old days: when i could put my white high heels up on the rail over at the club.

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or when i could enjoy a show at the club and wear my black body suit with my fave shoes...  

 

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The foot steps crunching in the gravel reminded me...

Years ago my wife and I were out visiting. It was late and we knew of a dead end farm road that went back along a river and decided to go back there before heading home for a bit of fun. We got there, laid out a blanket in the grass, (it was mowed, someone keeps the area in shape), and were just getting "warmed up" and unbuttoned then we heard this loud snarl, like from a mountain lion, and we do have them in the area. My wife leapt to her feet and was in the car in a fraction of a second, I am not sure her feet even touched the ground. I grabbed the blanket and tossed it in the car and we left. Any "fun" was over for the evening.

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it is a beautiful day out there!  warm and blue skies!  which means it might be a wonderful evening for a drive in the country.  i'm going to ask my gal pal from last week if she'll take a ride with me, back out to the west end where "the thing" scared her silly!  

any excuse these days to wear high heels...

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weather is beautiful again tonight and forecasted for the entire weekend, it could be the last chance this year to wear the super fun second skin shorts and white high heels!  i asked my gal pal with the blood curdling scream about a drive and she said yes!  we agreed that tonight we'll go east of the city for a change in scenery and a less spooky experience.  

the other night we made it without any creepy night sounds but weirdly...  someone pulled over on the same stretch of barren highway, about 500 yards down the highway, pulled over and left their lights on.  we watched the scene and both agreed:  okay...  not sure what is going on with that but maybe we'll get out of here!

but like i said:  any chance to wear high heels these days is good enough for me.

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fun stuff: it is smoking hot and beautiful here today.  we (a new gal pal!) went for a drive in the country this afternoon and took in one of the nature trails.  i was in my super fun second skin shorts, a black tank top, and going barefoot down the nature trail.  after 30 minutes we were both sweating and i said enough with this tank top and took it off.  she looked me over for a few minutes and then said:  you have no body hair?  no hair on your arms, chest, back, legs?

i admitted that i did shave my legs every three or four months but the rest of me is silky smooth!  i laughed when she said: i guess all the hair you got is on your head!  

she didn't see me in heels.  i'll save that for later.  hoping to catch my second wind as it is still beautiful out and we, me and the gal with the blood curdling scream, are going to the east end for a night drive.  looking forward to that but i need to put it in relax mode for a couple of hours!  

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monday night was the last of the hot summer like nights...  we took off around 7 p.m. and went back to that spooky stretch of highway for some dark sky time and spent 2 lovely hours out there watching the moon duck behind the clouds.  the same usual amusements with cars passing by on the four lanes, lighting us up for a few brief seconds.  we tried to get a video of the scene but the phone camera wasn't up to the low light conditions.

i hated to leave the scene knowing that the weather was definitely going to change to rain and cooler nights.  

i wanted to stay in my second skin blue jean shorts and my white 7.5 inch heels!  

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i love an invite and a little road trip!  a gal pal in Toronto is complaining about cabin fever!  seems the virus crap has her locked down in the city and she needs some drive time in the country.  she called me!  of course i'm going!

i'm taking my sexy skin tight jeans and for this one, i'm taking my black 6 inch heels, and because it might be cooler, i'm taking a black high cut leather jacket.  outfit might look something like this:

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sorry about the crap image quality:  that is a photo from an analog video!  (ha!)  

anyway, i'm on the road tonight, spending tomorrow and sunday with her, and hopefully some fun times will happen!

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i just got back from my visit with my gal pal.  she is virus insane and won't leave her apt.  so no drive time.  we spent the entire time in her place, ordering in the food and the vin.  fun times!  

i left the city at 5 p.m. and decided to take the back roads home.  the drive is about 5 hours.  it was mild in Toronto this evening and so i wiggled into my second skin blue jean stretch shorts, my black tank top and my white 7.5 inch heels and asked her to please walk me to my car, which of course she did.  my thinking was: how many more days am i going to get to wear such a skimpy outfit?  and so i hit the road, the backroads, and started out.

around 10 p.m., 35 kms short of my destination, i rolled up on a transport parked on the side of the southbound lane, headlights off, four way flashers on.  i was northbound.  i slowed and rolled my window down but then soon saw debris all over the 2 lane highway.  then i saw 3 vehicles pulled over with their 4 ways flashing.  by this time i'd  slowed to a crawl and had pulled over to the shoulder of the north bound lane as the debris on the road was everywhere.  i saw a few folks standing on the road way and then saw a person lying on the road, AND a mangled bicycle nearby and thought holy hell...  

the cops weren't there and it was clear to me this disaster had just happened.  by this time i slowed to a crawl and thought:  that person on the ground is going to be dead tonight.  those folks who are standing there must have called 911, cops must be on the way, ambulance too.  one of the  folks was on his knees trying to comfort the victim.  and i heard the victim crying out in pain.  

my next thoughts were to ask no questions because it was obvious it was a serious situation, i knew the cops and ambulance were on their way, there were half a dozen folks there keeping the poor person on the road in whatever comfort there could be.  my first aid is 5 years old and from what i saw there wasn't much anyone could do for that poor person lying on the road.

the other weird thought i had was: this is not the time or place for a guy like me, wearing what i was wearing, to get out, at that grisly and horrific scene.  

so i slowly rolled past knowing there wasn't anything i could do for them.  

i wasn't 30 seconds down the highway when i saw 3 cops cars, lights a blaze, racing to the scene in the south bound lane.  

as i rolled northbound, i knew there was nothing i could do at the scene.  no use in stopping.  and like i said, that was surely not the time or the place for the way i was dressed.  

still... i felt pretty weird about not offering something.  but what?  

i'll have to listen to the news tomorrow morning.  i can't imagine that person who was hit, living through the night.  

 

 

yup.  he's dead.  heard the news this morning.  died in hospital last night.  

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w6ish,

Believe you made the right call based on how you were dressed. Unless you have some EMS/CPR skills or have been around accident/emergency scenes you may well have just been in the way. During a career in law enforcement I came upon or responded directly to some accident scenes several of them fatal indeed. Assessing the needs at the scene quickly and calmly are key before others arrive on scene and they WILL look to you for that initial burst of information. Anyone who found themselves in a combat zone is usually best prepared for this type of situation. Of course just because you have been in that situation before doesn't mean you will not shed some tears over it later. It happened to me several times.

Had a driving experience in 2008 (26th December) my son and I will never forget. We took my wife from our home in southeastern Wisconsin to Midway Airport on Chicago's south side to get an early morning flight to San Diego so she could visit family in Mexico. Some light drizzle quickly became a light shower which froze ON CONTACT with the colder road and ground. We saw a few spinouts which increased as we got closer to Chicago. Dropped off my wife and we continued southbound on Interstate 55 toward St. Louis. Between Midway Airport and Interstate 80 we saw no less than 300 (my son kept count) vehicles in ditches, otherwise hopelessly stuck, on their sides, or upside down on both sides of the interstate highway. It was the types of vehicles which most surprised me. There were City of Lemont school busses and Illinois Dept. of Transportation snow plows on their sides in the ditch. Even a tow truck. Here we were proceeding along in a column of traffic going no more than 25 miles per hour (40 km/h) navigating an apocalyptic landscape. I was never more focused on who was in front, behind, or at my side and their relative distance to me than at that moment. Slowly the temperature creeped up above freezing and the road condition greatly improved but not until we had driven another 100 miles (160km) to Bloomington. Never saw conditions like that before or since. The traffic guy on WBBM radio said he'd never seen conditions deteriorate that quickly in 20 years of traffic reporting. I believe had we seen anyone lying on the pavement we would have gotten off the road but it didn't occur that day. If you drive enough places you'll eventually get tested like never before or see a fatal accident before any EMS arrives or both. Sharpens the skills and makes one appreciate life a little bit more. HappyinHeels

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i'm at the cottage for Thanksgiving weekend, beauty weather so far but no high heel adventures as of yet and no sass bikini adventures at the waterfront either.  sunny yes, but cool...  

a gal was over here last night in with a gang and she was wearing skin tight jeans to her ankles.  wow!  she had amazing and gorgeously beautiful legs.  i was jealous!  i want legs like that!  she had fabulously shaped thighs and her calves were beautifully shaped and curved.  i could NOT take my eyes off her gorgeous legs!  she caught me staring and asked:  what do you think?  i said to her: you have some amazingly beautiful legs!  what fun you must have in those super high heels.  

and she said back:  i don't wear heels...

talk about a WTF moment!

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this jealousy business is fun stuff:  i saw that gal last weekend with the amazing legs in those super tight jeans and thought wow, to have legs like that, i'd be wearing high heels every day and everywhere!  

this new gal i'm getting to know, we've met a few times and she's seen me in my skin tight jeans and my black 6 inch heels, things she would never wear (like the gal with the gorgeous legs when it comes to high heels!).  this new gal sent me an email the other day about our upcoming weekend visit and my outfits and one of the things she said, which i LOVE!  was:  it's not fair, you in those high heels, that golden tan all year, and no hair on your legs either...  

fun stuff!  here i am all uppity about that gal from the long weekend and here is this new gal all uppity about me!  

i'm on the road tonight going back to T.O. for a weekend and this time i'm not staying in all day on Saturday!  i'm bringing my usual selection of black 6 inch heels and i hope to get a chance to wear them and make an outing of it.  times are getting pretty tough with the high heel outings these days...  

 

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we're in: swimming in vodka...  and reading the forum: for the guys!  she is enjoying your stories but she wonders why you lads don't go out!

the evening continues.

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