There’s something about a set of smooth, shapely legs in high heels that drives me crazy. Especially when a woman is an expert at walking in them… Salma Hayek comes to mind because whenever I see her on interviews, the beauty is dressed… with heels. I love everything about a heel, the weapon-like heel itself which can be used to spike the loser who didn’t tip (saw this at a strip club), the forceful flexing of the calf muscle that they bring about and even the slight damage to the flesh where the indentation from the back of them was made. Heels are sexy, I’m the “leave em on” type, so I am being 100 in this. God bless the woman/man who invented the 6-inch stiletto.
Clear heels… bring em on, but the appearance is everything – cheap fogged up shoes aren’t cute but you know what is? A nicely pedicured set of feet within the more expensive pair of glass slippers. I remember once when I went to our favorite “gentleman’s club”, this cute Korean thing (I asked) sat in the chair next to me and placed her legs upon my lap, eyeing me coyly. Her feet were nicely shaped, resting perfectly inside their clear hospice and on her ankle was… sigh… a dragon tattoo. She got a couple dances off of me… I mean think about it, heels + my totem on her foot. Sold!
It’s funny that after showing a buddy of mine this article he begun calling me on having a foot fetish. See beyond all of that many men like heels (gasp!) we just don’t talk about it, at all. So if you love your heels, and you feel loathe to wear them after the harsh task of trying them on as a young woman and learning the methodology behind walking in them, I am here to tell you that it is working. We may take em for granted, we may not notice that you have a new set of wheels on, and we may compliment you on everything but your shoes but those heels are working their magic… at least for me.
My fellow admirers of the lower ensemble in a woman’s decor, you’re not alone. We are forever silenced by the ridicule of men who are less comfortable in their tastes, but this should not mean that we are few. Here’s to heels and the women that exploit them (raises Dragon flagon), I have my eyes on you.See some words or phrases that you don't understand? Check out The Dragon's Lexicon.