Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
i cant feel my toes anymore. its officially time to wear my redwings insulated boots.
I'm about to leave the house right now and I have quite a bit of walking to do, so I have on:
Shearling-lined Ugg boots, Icebreaker wool long underwear, jeans, t-shirt, sweater (cashmere blend), J. Crew peacoat with thinsulate, cashmere scarf, fleece gloves and a wool skull cap... and I'll probably still be cold.
Are Uggs for girls???
and spammers. Hence the
I'm going to post this again, I have these:
They happen to be made by Ugg, but are just lined snow boots... and due to free credit I only paid $40 for them. So, your was incorrect.
FYI: I'm a cultural Joo... as well as an anti-theist.
damn man, thats a big yarmulke.
Seriously, you should not be advertising the fact that you own those boots, regardless of what you paid for them. I bought a pitcher of Miller Lite for $1 the other night but I don't go around advertising that fact.
Oh wait, shit...
No. It wasn't.
A) They are Uggs. So they are inherently
B) You've proven that no matter what, Uggs are uggly (see what I did there?). So more
C) That you thought those were worth paying anything more than $1 for (see point B) is more
Ergo: + + =
I'll keep my fingers crossed.
I would like to see an algebraic proof of this.
I love your body, sweetie.
its dry as a bone outside here in NYC today.... the only reason to wear boots like that is to avoid getting your feet wet when stepping into a 8" NYC urban decay puddle.
just wear regular shoes with thick wool socks - especially if you're doing a lot of walking.
my favorite wool socks are Darn Tough socks - i use specific models for everything running/biking/skiing and casual versions too. merino wool is the cold weather wonder fabric even more so for your feet because even if you accidentally get them wet they'll still keep you warm.
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