Well, among other things. A unicorn could also Majestically Gallop, or Pose on a Windy Cliff. I'm still pretty sure I went with Whinny and Rear. Though I could've just as well gone with Impaling Evil Things or Believing in Miracles.
I did get through the massage sanely, ok mostly by convincing myself The Therapist was either married or gay. Even then, I blew through topics like the Flash. I get charmingly conversant when I'm nervous - not talky, or jibberish but downright entertainingly witty, mercurial and glib. I suppose that isn't such a bad thing. Save for that one time at the dento's when I kept on making him and the hygienist laugh so much they had to give me another round of gas to make me stop while they sat there in tears, doubled over with instruments clattering noisily on to the floor. They did however say it was their best session with a patient EVER.
Shoes are my Happy Place. Regardless of heel height, I think it's most women's too. Whether it's flat, 2, 4 or even 5 inches, that swoosh of a sigh when shoes come into a woman's line of sight is undeniable. When Berlin's Take My Breath Away wafts overhead, I ONLY think of shoes. A bad day, Shoes. Abandonment issues, Shoes. Got a raise, Shoes.
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Cinderella perpetuated more than just the fantasy love life when she wore that shoe. Who knew it had the potential draw of crack? Yes, regardless of the fact her feet would've sweated up a stink in those, she was definitely selling more than just one myth.
In Kinky Boots Charlie Price's practically cobbled chunky heel on a burgundy boot no less, elicited a venomous hiss from Lola reminding him "to look to the heel young man, the Sex is in the Heel" and sent her screaming for Red, Red, Red! Well, clearly he deserved it. Because it's true. Take it from a drag queen, an amazing shoe adds an undeniable femininity.
FA on feathers, fangs, furies and all sorts of folly, yes, even the serious kind.
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