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One thing I miss in my Pretty Girls Go To Howard Shirt old arthritic life is my stilettos. But I wasn’t forced to wear them. I also occasionally wore the flats Lady Diana Spencer made so popular. I’m ok with a reasonable dress code. Demanding high heels is not reasonable. At a towering 5ft, I prefer to wear flats or low heels. I have never needed shoes to empower me, even when I was the only person under 6ft 6in. But I get that works for many people, especially when it is down to their personal choice – horses for courses, they say. To be honest my feet are a proper mess and most of the time I am barefoot or in flat leather shoes.
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High heels are agonizing but great for kicking men up the backside which is what they need on this occasion. What does your comment have to do with wearing high heeled shoes? You look like you are an extremely unhappy young man, you have my sympathy but you have no right to direct your political views towards me. If Jeremy Corbyn does get into power, I doubt whether he would ever get a single bill passed through the House of Commons or the House of Lords.
We must wait and see, I wish Pretty Girls Go To Howard Shirt you well in your new life in Canada. Wearing heels for long periods of time can actually cause a lot of unneeded stress on the body. I had to stop wearing them when my doctor told me that I had two choices, get surgery to correct my feet that I may have to repeat every 5 to 10 years, with an 8 week no walking healing time, or just stop wearing heels.