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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Dunteachin, Mar 16, 2016.
No, I meant those who only model shoes - that is, you only see their feet in magazines etc.
@ValentinoRossi I don't know how to tell you this but I have two pairs of Crocs: a real pair in navy blue and mock-crocs in lilac. They're only worn in the house and garden but I did wear a pair of shocking pink ones on holiday. Nobody knew me.
Of course I do and I like mine. I was wondering why gdw doesn't like them and why they make her feel like a Geisha
And I daresay they were too busy looking at your unclad beauty to even notice the crocs.
In my bag now:
Keys - loads of keys - to my house, my Dad's house, my daughter's house.
pack of tissues
folded plastic bag for shopping
folded nylon bag for shopping
small make up bag with lipstick, paracetomol, ibuprofen, indigestion tablets, some other medications
a CD I should have left in the car
occasionally I'll have my kindle or a book.
It's not a very big bag.
What? At the airport?
There's a time and a place...
Is this a beauty spot?
Out damned spot I say
Above looks like I've been at the single malt but they were posted in reply to a fellow poster who merely posted a spot. It was a nice large spot but it didn't come out in my replies which now look slightly silly.
I am beginning to like Alf58.
I have three pairs; red plastic, brown plastic fleeced lined and brown leather-look. Wear them anywhere if I am not accompanied by Maleficent.
No need for 'dog' there.
Maleficent's are just big enough to carry her stuff and mine.
I do have pink Crocs. And I do wear them. Anywhere and everywhere.
But I MEANT clogs.
Handbags. Yes, I am a woman. But I don't feel like one. I feel like me. I don't dislike women. Far from it. I just feel I'm different. Not a man. No, that would be AWFUL. Just that I'm more me than I am a woman.
I wear make-up. I do my nails. I have floaty scarves. I wear loads and loads of bling. But handbags? No. Just doesn't feel right. I think they're a nuisance, an encumbrance. They slow you down. You have to look after them. I am too independent for a handbag.
Hmmm!! Make up. Never leave the house without lippy and mascara.
Clothes. Three days a week have to wear smart for working in the jewellers shop. The owner wanted me to wear a black suite and white shirt. Forget that, I don't do corporate!! Wear Per Una skirts in greys and blacks, and one of my three jackets. A plain black, a silver grey and a tweed. The last two bought from charity shops.
Handbags. Tend to use one for ages then buy another E bay is my friend!!
Kittens. Owned two cats but both now gone to the cattery in the sky. The first one didn't know he was a cat as he was brought up with our Spaniels. He'd sit for treats like the dogs and growl if he didn't get his share. I used to wake up each morning with him curled up beside me. Sniff!! Second cat was part Siamese and quite a little chatterbox. Sniff!!
Yes... I admit to crying in shoe shops when I was young. In fact cried all the way home when my mother - exasperated - bought me a pair of boys' black lace up for school. It is easier nowadays. I admit Dr Scholl sandals saved me a lil as a teen and.....
What's wrong with Crocs then??????
I have some real Dutch clogs.... before the knee trouble I loved my clogs..... and wore them a lot. Really comfy!
Sorry. Couldn't resist.
As for clogs - two words: shin splints.
I used to wear clogs years ago - I almost killed myself falling down a set of stone steps while wearing them. Carrying a tray of hot coffee.
There's no sneaking up on anyone in clogs either.