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Question about shoeplay

Post by amaranth3765 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 11:30 am

My question is what normal people think when they see a woman shoeplaying in public for example in a conference?
Some women shoeplay shamelessly when they are talking in front of dozens of people but it seems that people don't care
I think that taking off shoes in public it's not a thing that goes unnoticed
I can not to imagine shoeplay as a no-erotic act

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Re: Question about shoeplay

Post by paradigm88 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 11:41 pm

I was talking with a female friend of mine this week. She knows I'm turned on by legs and shoes and female fashion, but I don't think she realizes the whole of it. We were discussing fashion and shoes, and she was telling me how she's been super into ankle boots lately.

So I mentioned that my wife likes taking her shoes off too much to wear boots. I added that she usually takes her shoes off under the table and rests her feet on her flats. My friend replied "Oh, I do that all the time...it must be a girl thing because my daughters do it too."

(Oh, the visual. I've caught her doing that once at dinner...)

I've had other female friends bring up their behaviors in conversation, too. Stories of losing a sandal at a concert, or being caught sans heels at the office. It's usually just "a girl thing."

For those who aren't turned on by it (or, for that matter, turned OFF by it), I think it's just a nervous habit they overlook. It's only those who assign a relative value to it who pay deep attention.

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Re: Question about shoeplay

Post by Mr. Mike » Sun Jan 13, 2019 5:51 am

You know, just like we don't recognize other fetishes like hair, smoking, chewing gum...these are all things that we see every day, but we don't think anything of it...the same would apply to our shoeplay fetish. I bet 9.875 of people would even be fazed by a girl dipping in front of them...now maybe on a stage in front of hundreds of people, some might say ""really, that women is taking her shoe off in front of everyone...". It is truly amazing how it really doesn't bother some to shoeplay in front of people (maybe they think wtf, it's a foot people, big fucking deal)...while others think it's so wrong, tacky or unprofessional... sorry folks, it's just a foot and if it hurts, so what, why the big deal

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Re: Question about shoeplay

Post by amaranth3765 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:45 pm

I've found an answer in the comment of this video:


he obviously refers to this video:

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Re: Question about shoeplay

Post by Lily Hoorn » Thu Mar 28, 2019 2:04 pm

Personally when I shoeplay/lose a shoe I like to make it as obvious as possible. For example when I was in school a couple of years back I would always lose my shoe, I would do it in the most obvious way possible like kicking it into the aisle or stepping out of it on the bus or leaving it in the classroom. I always show off my socked foot once the shoe is gone and usually go around asking if anyone’s seen it while pretending to be worried/embarrassed

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