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Where Boymeat rambles a bit.

Today is my slave, kinkmogul's birthday.

I did very poorly in celebrating this fact. I am a bad Master. I didn't send flowers, or gifts, or even a card. I am the suck.

But when the foundation of your relationship was built on the slave buying things for the Master, is my lameness canceled out by simply continuing the basic core of our relationship?

Perhaps this is the best birthday present of all. Depersonalization through a LJ post.

I think I just managed to make a birthday wish and a LJ post kinky. Two birds, one stone.

Pssst. Love you. Mean it.

It's a gorgeous day out in NYC. It's teasing me with hints of spring. I want to celebrate my slave's birthday by having a scandalous romp in Central Park with a beautiful belle. It would be the perfect tribute for my lover of the world - to embrace animal passion while risking embarrassment. Too bad I'll be cooped up in my office until sundown instead. But I know where my mind will be.

Also, I must register a complaint. I must register a complaint with the trends in women's footwear during the past year or so. Because for some reason, flats with a generous amount of the top of the foot exposed have come into major style.






These shoes, and the thousands of different varieties just like it, are the bane of my existence.

You see, you know full well that there are bare feet in these shoes. No socks, no mini-stockings, nothing. And you know full well that slipping these shoes off would be no more difficult than bending one's foot at the ankle. Just a little shift in angle and pop, off the shoe would go. One would think that a foot fetishist would be in heaven due to the sheer enormous possibility of random foot popping viewing goodness everywhere.

But no. Because it never happens! Ever! These shoes, and its evil ilk, are apparently so comfortable, so enveloping, that they never come off. Not once have I seen a beautiful foot slip out of them like one often does with heels, or sandals. Not once have I gotten that lovely glimpse of heel and toes slowly sliding out of them, or perish the thought, a nice exposed sole as the leg and calf flips backward. Not Once.

I hate these shoes. I hate that they are so comfortable. Damn you shoemakers! Damn you!

OK, I'm done now. Thanks.

Comments

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julian_wolf
Mar. 3rd, 2008 10:41 pm (UTC)
Shoes.
And on top of it all, people are wearing them with dresses and skirts instead of heels. They also are frequently of the style that you don't even get any good toe cleavage.

:(

PS- Happy Birthday to kinkmogul, though I have yet to meet her, she seems quite lovely!

Edited at 2008-03-03 10:41 pm (UTC)
ciani
Mar. 3rd, 2008 10:53 pm (UTC)
Those are the kind of shoes I try to buy and never succeed at. They're not comfortable to me. Also, they're too plain for me to wear with a skirt and not likely in pants. god I love shoes though. I have to say this since you've mentioned shoes. I've been drooling over hot shoes all week now. I can't decide which ones to buy, and I want to buy them all.

And Happy Birthday kinkmogul!

Edited at 2008-03-03 10:54 pm (UTC)
emeraldliz
Mar. 3rd, 2008 11:11 pm (UTC)
LOL You should hang with me. DCS says I'm a good luck charm in terms of getting chicks to take their shoes off around uswithout any explicable reason.

Of course when it happens I smack him on the arm and ask him how much he paid her to do that. :)
simple_as_snow
Mar. 3rd, 2008 11:13 pm (UTC)
But see, at least you get the chance of seeing the feet, however slight the possibility, it's still there. Guys don't wear shoes like that, and even with the Vans slip-ons, they always wear socks. And it bothers me how few guys wear sandals. I'd rather be on your side of the fence than my side. It's seems a lot more interesting than the endless parade of sneakers and dress shoes that most men seem to wear.
whispers_of_me
Mar. 4th, 2008 12:31 am (UTC)
Hrmmm, I have to disagree because I happen to own a pair or two of them and I usually end up barefoot while I'm sitting because I enjoy wriggling my toes ;-)
kinkmogul
Mar. 4th, 2008 03:35 am (UTC)
Flowers and cards couldn't compare to the wonderful email you sent Saturday. But now that I'm 35, you must always refer to me as your "sexy older lady slave."
boymeat
Mar. 4th, 2008 03:46 am (UTC)
A brilliant retelling of The Graduate that I'm Hollywood would trip over itself for.
kahoki
Mar. 4th, 2008 03:54 am (UTC)
I have been noticing them here in Boston too, which I thought to be odd since there is still snow and slush about, things that you don't want to get into said open tops.
divalion
Mar. 4th, 2008 05:26 am (UTC)
I despise shoes like that. So ugly! I never wear anything with less than a 2-inch heel except sneakers, and rarely-- except for boots-- anything I can't just slip out of.

If I buy the uber Barbie metallic hot pink heeled sandals I've been craving, I'll be sure to send you pictures of my feet in them. ;-) Just to make up for all your torment!
redhead_sue
Mar. 4th, 2008 04:46 pm (UTC)
I have a pair of shoes like that. (Actually, not like those - those are ugly. But the same basic style that you mention.) The first time I wore them last summer, they hurt so much that I slipped them off under my desk all day. Does that make it better at all? :) (Probably not - the shoes went back on for things like walking down the street, of course.)

Of course, there's another style that covers just a little less - I'm wondering what your opinion is on toe cleavage? (Where you just see the lines between the toes, but not the tops of the toes themselves.) I'm against, but I'm wondering if that's more or less tantalizing to you.

Never fear, sandal weather is around the corner...
boymeat
Mar. 5th, 2008 03:14 am (UTC)
Toe cleavage is an enticing cock tease to a foot fetishist. It calls out to us like a syren, only to leave us wanting.
avahdi
Mar. 6th, 2008 01:37 am (UTC)
I have shoes almost just like that! Except they have straps to make sure they stay on ;-)

In other news, I saw girls in flip-flops today and it made me think of you.
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