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post #16 of 347
Their "country shit-kicker" vibe is part of the charm for me and my pair.
post #17 of 347
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I'm having a hard time getting behind these shoes. I'm sure the failing is entirely mine, and I have no real frame of reference for eastern European footwear, but to me they look like a county shoe maker's provincial interpretation of urban styles. They look very rural and boxy. Are these actually very good examples of some kind of shoe that I'm just not familiar with? Like I said, the failing is mine I'm sure, and I don't mean to sound insulting.
I felt the same in the beginning but the shoes have really grown on me. I recently looked at all the different photos fritzl has provided over the last year and was amazed by all the different colours, styles and leathers. Some or more precisely all of these shoes are unique in style plus you will get them on lasted trees.
post #18 of 347
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What is the incremental enjoyment of receiving a new pair of shoes when you already own 100 pairs? Is there even any enjoyment?

It's a Tiger Woods type of thing.

If it were a Wilt Chamberlain type of thing, that would be more aportnoy's department.

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Not wearing them will prolong this anticipatory *fingers crossed* feeling.

Regards.

You mean like staring at a delicious desert and never raising the fork?

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100?



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QFT



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Unfortunately,it is impossible to do that,even if I wanted to..



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I'm sure the failing is entirely mine, and I have no real frame of reference for eastern European footwear, but to me they look like a county shoe maker's provincial interpretation of urban styles.

How about we approach it from a different Hungarian angle?



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Their "country shit-kicker" vibe is part of the charm for me and my pair.





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post #19 of 347
I'm glad this thread is finally about vox
post #20 of 347
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I'm glad this thread is finally about vox




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post #21 of 347
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post

You mean like staring at a delicious desert and never raising the fork?

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I wouldn't know. I use a spoon.

Regards.
post #22 of 347
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I wouldn't know. I use a spoon.

Regards.

Hmmph.




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post #23 of 347
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I'm glad this thread is finally about vox

Vox is the pillar of our community and he always posts pictures of beautiful young ladies....
post #24 of 347
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Vox is the pillar of our community and he always posts pictures of beautiful young ladies....

That's not nice lasbar! Shaving his legs and chest doesn't make him a "lady". He does always post pictures though, that's true.
post #25 of 347
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That's not nice lasbar! Shaving his legs and chest doesn't make him a "lady". He does always post pictures though, that's true.

I particularly liked the cycling picture...

I was quite emotional when I looked at it...
post #26 of 347
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That's not nice lasbar! Shaving his legs and chest doesn't make him a "lady". He does always post pictures though, that's true.

My chest isn't shaved or otherwise tonsorially modified.

I know that you are French, but please try to get your facts straight.



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post #27 of 347
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I particularly liked the cycling picture...

I was quite emotional when I looked at it...

That's awfully sweet, lasbar. Thank you.


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post #28 of 347
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My chest isn't shaved or otherwise tonsorially modified.

I know that you are French, but please try to get your facts straight.
Oh I'm sorry about that. Sensitive topic?
post #29 of 347
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Oh I'm sorry about that. Sensitive topic?

Not at all. I really don't mind that you are French. It's a wonderful country.

In fact, I wish that our produce here was as good.


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post #30 of 347
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Not at all. I really don't mind that you are French. It's a wonderful country.

In fact, I wish that our produce here was as good.
I understand - let me know if I can help. Maybe bring you a few tubes of Veet next time I'm back home ?
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