I love dress shoes and dress socks. I have been attracted to them since I child. I always look at what a guy has on his feet first. I am also a celebrity shoe whore. I''m always excited when I see any male celebrity with great shoes on. GQ and Esquire always fill this addiction. Anyone else out there have this fetish for male celebrities and dress shoes?
I''m with you OP
When you answer, please post whether or not you are [childish epithet posted by a bigoted tool]. I think this could prove to be an interesting correlation.
um R2, whom I assume is also OP, you cannot make a statistically significant correlation in data where respondents are allowed to self select.\
Please return to graduate school and take at least one course in survey research methods and learn to correlate your regression analysis before you facilitate the placement of bogus information into the public sphere.
I am also with OP, but I''m really getting tired of this new trend of suits etc worn with no socks. An absolute turn off.
honey, only yankee trash... simple pure yankee trash from northern inner cities would wear a suit with no sox.\
misshelenbedd: Two things: 1) I am not OP. 2) I said it could prove to be "interesting," not that it should be published in a research journal.
I LOVE the no socks/suit trend. After a long day in the office, those feet smell amazing.
well, let me guess, R7. you are some second or third generation immigrant-american, probably italian in jersey.\
Close, aren''t I?
Nope, MHB. Rhode Island WASP with an intense suit/foot fetish.
[quote]honey, only yankee trash... simple pure yankee trash from northern inner cities would wear a suit with no sox.\
Clearly you know nothing about fashion, dear. The fashion elite of Milan wouldn''t be caught DEAD in socks on a hot August day.
OP, are you interested in licking the shoes, or is this simply a fashion you approve of?
I think going without socks looks better, but my feet always suffer for it.
Today, just for poops and hoogies, I looked up the phrase, "darn tootin" online. I''d heard it and wanted to know its origin and meaning. Apparently it''s an equivalent of "of course," but someone explained to an ESL student that it should only be used in rural bumpkinesque settings. An example would be, "Rusty... you gohn fuck ye little brother in the aiss this aifternoon?" "You''re darn tootin."\
Isn''t that fascinating? It''s a shame no one''s started a thread about it.\
And while we''re at it, I have another question: Is datalounge''s first syllable pronounced like "date" or "dat"?\
And no, I''m not ignoring the current thread. For the record, I think dress shoes are ugly and I''m not [childish epithet posted by a bigoted tool].
Jordan Brower''s character Eric
A cute guy always looses about 3 points on a 1-10 scale when he puts on dress clothes.
Dress shoes and socks are a must. Nothing beats having a sexy guy come home and slipping off his shoes and then sticking your nose inside of them and getting a good whiff. Followed by a nice good fuck, with his socks on, so I can smell his feet while I suck every inch of his body.\
Dress shoes with no socks is gross. You want to feet to be a little damp, not outright stink.
so paint me a picture... Emile Hirsch in Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys?
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Sometimes I wonder if I would be gay if it were not for my love of dress shoes an socks. Timberlake, Nick Lachey, and Clooney always wear great dress shoes. I love country music- never see an artist in dress shoes.
I agree the no socks with suits is a turn off - looks lazy.
Get the no-sock look with out the no-sock problems.