Oh it's just the gears of the civil liberties industrial complex being engaged.what a silly twat she is
I often wonder about kilts too. Obviously there are some exceptions to the rules of menswear.I am utterly mystified as to why he would want to put himself through the discomfort of wearing high-heeled shoes.
I wore a pair of women's shoes and a dress for a theatrical production while I was at university. The dress was actually really comfortable, but the shoes were really quite painful and difficult to walk in.
It's interesting that, in various cultures, men wear clothes that are similar to skirts because they are comfortable and practical - sarungs, lungi, kilts and so on - but was far as I'm aware, nowhere do men wear uncomfortable high-heeled shoes.
I am utterly shocked at my perceived reputation and stature in this forum. I shall have to defer to Buddha or baby Jesus for a truthful opinion on the subject of my character.Something I’m sure will be of interest to our Fwiffs: