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post #16 of 23
If you are asking if they are equivalent in terms of formality then i would say yes they are. But if you are asking if they serve a purpose like high heel shoes (a model friend of mine once told me that high heels make their thighs look fuller or something along those lines) then i have no idea
post #17 of 23
Oh dear, this thread is a disappointment. I was hoping the OP was asking whether wingtips had the same fetishistic turn-on effect on women that high-heels do on most men. This proposition struck me as improbable, but I was looking forward to the discussion.
post #18 of 23
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Originally Posted by JLibourel View Post

Oh dear, this thread is a disappointment. I was hoping the OP was asking whether wingtips had the same fetishistic turn-on effect on women that high-heels do on most men. This proposition struck me as improbable, but I was looking forward to the discussion.

Only if the wingtips are worn with fishnet stockings. Add seams and you're unstoppable.

Try it the next time you go out prowling........................report back here on the results.

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post #19 of 23
^My prowling days are far behind me. I'm just a weary old man these days.
post #20 of 23
so that's a 'no go' on the fishnets?

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post #21 of 23
Brogues are usually heavier and need thicker hoses G, you know that smile.gif

OP: I think you should be questioning the comfort of the Magnannis instead of the full brogue design.
post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by dsmivtr View Post


Brogues are usually heavier and need thicker hoses G, you know that smile.gif
OP: I think you should be questioning the comfort of the Magnannis instead of the full brogue design.

It hurts to be pretty.
post #23 of 23
I think the OP would look great in a pair of louboutin pumps. show off them sexy calfs bruh.!
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