Are candids dead?

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Mr. Mike
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I would partially disagree. That’s a “deep dive” because then we start talking about the origins of your fetish, we’re you born with it…High heel shoeplay has turned me on since 1st grade. Never liked flats, flip flops or anything else. After 50 years, you cannot just trick your mind into “liking flip flops”






Collegetownstudios wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 9:48 pm
Mr. Mike wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 6:35 pm Not a chance. You don’t “adapt”. You like what you like, you cannot forceably change that. For me, flip flops are bane of humanity, vessels of parasites and germs. Birkenstock’s are too “hippy” for me. Crocs…no thanks
Actually, most people do adapt. You may not, but most eventually do.

For instance, I did not like stockings or bare feet when I began filming.
But now, I can appreciate barefoot shoeplay and nylon shoeplay as well.


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Mr. Mike wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 11:36 pm I would partially disagree. That’s a “deep dive” because then we start talking about the origins of your fetish, we’re you born with it…High heel shoeplay has turned me on since 1st grade. Never liked flats, flip flops or anything else. After 50 years, you cannot just trick your mind into “liking flip flops”






Collegetownstudios wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 9:48 pm
Mr. Mike wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 6:35 pm Not a chance. You don’t “adapt”. You like what you like, you cannot forceably change that. For me, flip flops are bane of humanity, vessels of parasites and germs. Birkenstock’s are too “hippy” for me. Crocs…no thanks
Actually, most people do adapt. You may not, but most eventually do.

For instance, I did not like stockings or bare feet when I began filming.
But now, I can appreciate barefoot shoeplay and nylon shoeplay as well.
I understand. The thing is everyone has their different tastes in shoes and we can’t force people to like new things.
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Mr. Mike wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 11:36 pm I would partially disagree. That’s a “deep dive” because then we start talking about the origins of your fetish, we’re you born with it…High heel shoeplay has turned me on since 1st grade. Never liked flats, flip flops or anything else. After 50 years, you cannot just trick your mind into “liking flip flops”






Collegetownstudios wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 9:48 pm
Mr. Mike wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 6:35 pm Not a chance. You don’t “adapt”. You like what you like, you cannot forceably change that. For me, flip flops are bane of humanity, vessels of parasites and germs. Birkenstock’s are too “hippy” for me. Crocs…no thanks
Actually, most people do adapt. You may not, but most eventually do.

For instance, I did not like stockings or bare feet when I began filming.
But now, I can appreciate barefoot shoeplay and nylon shoeplay as well.
Understandable. I have been interested in sock school play and sneaker shootplay since I was in kindergarten. As a result I have always been interested in sock school play with sneakers. Never flats never heals. But now I enjoy all of it.

I may be different, in this regard to a normal person.I have had the immense pleasure of being able to spend the last 13 years of of my life actually filming tons of stuff.So it is possible that all of these experiences have helped to shift my appreciation toward accepting all of these things rather than simply accepting one thing.
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Collegetownstudios wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 9:48 pm
Mr. Mike wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 6:35 pm Not a chance. You don’t “adapt”. You like what you like, you cannot forceably change that. For me, flip flops are bane of humanity, vessels of parasites and germs. Birkenstock’s are too “hippy” for me. Crocs…no thanks
Actually, most people do adapt. You may not, but most eventually do.

For instance, I did not like stockings or bare feet when I began filming.
But now, I can appreciate barefoot shoeplay and nylon shoeplay as well.
you shouldn't speak for "most people" just speak for yourself. If you are so well at adapting the quit your foot fetish

As for me it's hosiery or nothing when it comes to shoeplay. For footsie I prefer hose but of course I will take bare
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Mr. Mike wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 5:55 pm Why would fashion designers “plot against us”?
They’re in it to make money, not put candid videos out of business.
Yes, we’ve been getting casual for years, but COVID made it worse
ok if they wanted dippable shoes "in style" they can. But for at least the past decade it's been mostly sneakers , sandals and boots. I understand women not wanting to prance around in heels but what's wrong with flats? I'm assuming they are as comfy as slippers. And also the decline in hosiery is because of fashion designers saying bare is in


Now I'll ask any of you when's the last time you seen a live dipping show with pumps/ flats with hose
Excluding your partner. I mean a random lady in public but you can't

In my opinion there is no such thing as shoeplaying in sandals flip flops etc. The main objective is not to see toes or heels. It's the thrill of the tease wondering what the toes, heels etc look like as the come out of the shoe? It's all about mystery
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Mr. Mike wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 5:55 pm Why would fashion designers “plot against us”?
They’re in it to make money, not put candid videos out of business.
Yes, we’ve been getting casual for years, but COVID made it worse
Well we will find out in cooler months have made it worse. I think it will just go back to the norm of mostly boots as in previous years.
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Footsiefreak wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 6:16 am you shouldn't speak for "most people" just speak for yourself.
If the scientists can do it, so can I. :hug:
Footsiefreak wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 6:16 amIf you are so well at adapting the quit your foot fetish
I don't have one. Hard as it may be to believe.
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I’m not “speaking for everyone “, I’ve just been on this board for 15 years and I know most don’t care for flip flops.

Fashion is cyclical, they are not purposely designing shoes so that women cannot shoeplay…it just “what’s in” currently
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The last “live shoeplay “ was about a month ago. I posted videos here of a flight attendant and a girl working at a kiosk.
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Footsiefreak wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 6:31 am
Now I'll ask any of you when's the last time you seen a live dipping show with pumps/ flats with hose
Excluding your partner. I mean a random lady in public but you can't
December 2019. I do the vast majority of filming in casinos, typically on weekend nights where the younger crowd will dress up for a night out. Towards the end of the night I came across this attractive woman at a roulette table with her boyfriend. She definitely had a few drinks in her and probably was standing in heels for a few hours. It wasn’t long into filming when she started to dip by popping her heel out and letting the pump drop and hit the floor, then resting her foot on top of it exposing her sole. I’m not even a hose guy but her movements were just so sexy. It was definitely risky, but l pretended to adjust my shoelaces just so I could bend down and get a closeup of those soles. Luck would have it she switched foots and dipped the other one in the short time I was down there. Definitely one of my best all time captures. But outside of her, maybe 1-2 other time in about 4 years of filming. Really a rarity these days.
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Footsiefreak wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 6:31 am I understand women not wanting to prance around in heels but what's wrong with flats? I'm assuming they are as comfy as slippers. And also the decline in hosiery is because of fashion designers saying bare is in
It depends on the flat, and the foot.

My wife is a very particular flats girl. She doesn't do heels at all. She also doesn't like the feel of her bare feet in shoes, so she wears tights or no-show socks. As soon as it's warm enough, she switches to sandals so her feet can breathe. She'd probably be more of a shoeless girl, but she doesn't like her feet getting dirty either. One of her co-workers walked around the building barefoot this summer and it bothered her.

She'll also admit plenty of flats aren't really comfortable. Most have minimal support, and some don't stay on well so they're challenging to walk in. (Though we're also talking the fast-fashion cheap ballet flats; she knows she's buying them for cute, not for comfy.)

I know two women at least who say that flats are less comfortable for them than heels. One spent most of her life in heels, though motherhood has eliminated some of her taller shoes for the sake of practicality. Another friend said she has a high arch, so most flats don't give her much support for that. She'll opt for sandals, clogs, wedges, anything but ballet flats.

And if the rest of the outfit is already comfy, why go out of the way on the shoes when there are more relaxed options?
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Mr. Mike I was agreeing with you most us old timers here are not into sandals,etc. We know the consensus of the posters here so we can speak for that.

@collegestudio you don't even have a foot fetish? So why are you here? Self promotion I assume. I mean you don't even have the foot fetish state of mind to be making "scientific assumptions"
Also scientists have been wrong so many times but I'll just leave it as a disagreement of opinion
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Footsiefreak wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 8:56 pm@collegestudio you don't even have a foot fetish? So why are you here?
I see this as an artistic pursuit, kind of like wildlife photography.
I recognize it's hard to catch, I choose to bring it to those who like my specific brand.
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Collegetownstudios wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 10:45 pm
Footsiefreak wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 8:56 pm@collegestudio you don't even have a foot fetish? So why are you here?
I see this as an artistic pursuit, kind of like wildlife photography.
I recognize it's hard to catch, I choose to bring it to those who like my specific brand.
sounds like you have a foot fetish then. So many other rare things on this earth that can be observed and recorded
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Footsiefreak wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 2:11 am
Collegetownstudios wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 10:45 pm
Footsiefreak wrote: Sun Sep 12, 2021 8:56 pm@collegestudio you don't even have a foot fetish? So why are you here?
I see this as an artistic pursuit, kind of like wildlife photography.
I recognize it's hard to catch, I choose to bring it to those who like my specific brand.
sounds like you have a foot fetish then. So many other rare things on this earth that can be observed and recorded
Like.....birds....
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That’s bizarre. I could not imagine filming shoeplay if I wasn’t into it.
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Mr. Mike wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 3:34 am That’s bizarre. I could not imagine filming shoeplay if I wasn’t into it.
I remember seeing it when I was little. I didn't have any kind of attraction to it but I thought "wow that's really cool."

But also people give me money to do it, and it is easy for me. Which also helps.

I am a bizarre individual though.
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Well collegestudios I say you are a foot fetishist. You are a regular poster and this is a foot fetish forum.case closed.
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Footsiefreak wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 4:45 pm Well collegestudios I say you are a foot fetishist. You are a regular poster and this is a foot fetish forum.case closed.
That's cool. I guess.
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Definitely the situation in the last 20 years was never so sad as it is today. While 10 years ago ballet flats were the most popular type of shoes among young women now all women in their 20s and most of the 30s has stopped wearing ballet flats and heels at all. Only very few prefer wearing loafers or oxfords, which are bad for us but still can be elegant. Sneakers and converses are everywhere. I think that 70-80% of women use them most of the time these days. Someone persuaded women that it is ok to go to school/university or even to office work in ugly and unisex shoes. I think that after the covid-19 the situation still will be so disappointing. We have to wait until the fashion will back into the 1960s and more feminine styles. It may take years I'm affraid :(
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