Does the weather affect shoe removal or shoeplay?

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Does the weather affect shoe removal or shoeplay?

Post by Tomi » Mon Oct 20, 2014 8:01 pm

If I summerize my sights in the past let's say 20 + years observing women and girls, I can tell that in sunny weather somehow more shoe removal or shoeplay is happening than on a rainy day. It may sound strange, but I whitnessed it several times. When I attended the same fair in two consecutive days, on the sunny day there was much more action, than on the day before or after when it was raining. The same noticed last week on a two day training. A tall brunette was attended the course wearing some 5cm pumps. She had enormously long (and beautiful) legs. SHe was wearing on both days jeans, tan nylons (probably socks) and the same new black pumps. The first day was sunny, and she removed her pumps twice for just a minute, and ones for at lest 15 mins! :shockedstar: :shockedstar: :shockedstar: :shockedstar: :shockedstar: I could enjoy the sight of her well suffered nylon feet in those sheer toe nylons! She did sveral times UCA with her legs crossed at ankles. It was fantastic! The next day was a grey rainy day :imsad: She did only two shoe removals, both lasted less than a minute. OK, she was doing again some UCA shoeplay, but it was nowhere compared to the first day hearthattack!

Do you have similar experience with sunny days / rainy days?



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Post by notalwaysright10000 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 11:01 pm

Most emphatically, unequivocally, YES.

I eat lunch almost every day at a certain semi indoor* food court in Los Angeles and believe me, there is a strong inverse correlation between low temperature and shoeplay. I haven't actually kept records, but I can assure you the frequency of shoeplay drops by ~15-20% for every five degrees below 80 Fahrenheit. How do I know this? Whenever I'm undecided whether to head there for lunch, I check the local weather. If it's below 70 the chances of seeing any shoeplay are fairly slim.

The sweet spot appears to be just above 80 degrees. Any lower, and the frequency dips (no pun intended) any higher and I start to see too many sandals.

I remember there was a heat wave in (I think) 1998 when the local temperature somewhat suddenly rose high as 115, whic man girls in pumps and flats seemed not to have anticipated, and I never saw so much shoeplay in my life. You all know how rare sneaker shoeplay is right?
Well, I got on a Santa Monica bus and saw that no fewer than five girls and women had their feet popped at least four or five out of sneakers and lace up shoes.
It was a beatuiful day.

*By semi-indoor, I mean a food court that's under a large roof, but with large sections that have no walls, only support columns.
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Sweet and to the point:
My strong preference is for seated, both-feet shoeplay. Dangling, and shoeplay with open-toed shoes or mules, I'm afraid don't do as much for me.

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Post by notalwaysright10000 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 11:03 pm

edit:

*which many girls in pumps

Damn one-handed typing again.
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Sweet and to the point:
My strong preference is for seated, both-feet shoeplay. Dangling, and shoeplay with open-toed shoes or mules, I'm afraid don't do as much for me.

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Post by Footsiefreak » Wed Oct 22, 2014 6:14 pm

I have never seen a woman dip outside when its under 30 degrees in my area

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Post by Dangling Fan » Wed Oct 22, 2014 10:57 pm

It's well known that the best seasons for shoeplay are the Spring and Autumn. In the spring women stop wearing the boots and in the Autumn they stop wearing the sandals. Both seasons is time for ballerinas (mostly) and pumps. The temperature is definately affecting the shoeplay.

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Post by notalwaysright10000 » Thu Oct 23, 2014 1:24 am

Yep, I totally agree. That's true even in southern California where the seasons don't change very much. When I lived in Iowa, it was even more true.
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Sweet and to the point:
My strong preference is for seated, both-feet shoeplay. Dangling, and shoeplay with open-toed shoes or mules, I'm afraid don't do as much for me.

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Post by dipsdangles123 » Thu Oct 23, 2014 4:36 am

I am curious to know. Do you see many women wearing nylons in California. I know in the Midwest and east coast they are or were common in the spring and fall. But I wonder about California and the west coast or the south since the weather is warmer a majority of the time.

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Post by notalwaysright10000 » Thu Oct 23, 2014 11:56 pm

It depends on what part of Los Angels area you're talking about, but in Santa Monica, Beverly hills, West Hollywood, Downtown, nylons are reasonably common.
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Sweet and to the point:
My strong preference is for seated, both-feet shoeplay. Dangling, and shoeplay with open-toed shoes or mules, I'm afraid don't do as much for me.

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Post by dipsdangles123 » Fri Oct 24, 2014 2:47 am

That is good to know. I will be traveling downtown for business soon. I just had a great dipping experience today, with a black woman in sheer black nylons (with a run in her sole), a valor sweat suit and mules... what are the chances of that. She put on quite a show... crossed her ankles and let the shoe just plop to the floor. Then she twirled it around with her toes for about 8 minutes. Made my day.

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Re: Does the weather affect shoe removal or shoeplay?

Post by DTC1977 » Tue Nov 12, 2019 12:48 am

Yes, it isn't something you seem much in really cold weather.

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