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  2. FastFreddy2

    Quiet in here isn't it!?

    Due to a mishap with my desktop.ini file, I have lost my instant access to the site, so daily (or more frequent) visits have not happened for some weeks. Also, I started a job that is keeping much busier than expected. I am getting home mid-evening, eating my main meal of the day, and just about passing out. (Falling asleep straight after din-dins.) I am not built for hard work, and I'm not doing a desk job. It's nice to have more regular money and so much of it, but it really is: 'all work and no play'. I'm sure many others will understand that position, but I've managed to avoid it for some 15 or so years. My luck was bound to run out sooner or later. The only real downside, is that the slow work on Fortress Freddy, has almost ground to a halt. Mrs Freddy says it's good to seen me with a 'proper' job (meaning one that might appear to have regular hours), and with the money I'm getting 'shouldn't we pay trades to finish off work?' Well, when I find some that do quality work, then yes. Until then, I'll have to find a balance of work/work and home/work. Another solution would be 30 hours in every day. That would sort it. Was over Milton Keynes recently. (Delivered something I sold on Evilbay.) Popped into the shopping area for a short visit, and saw a fairly glamorous girl wearing some black high heeled ankle boots from Office I had nearly succumbed to several times. (Picture to follow.) P.S. The fella in that video, looks like he could barely walk, much less in heels. I'm guessing too much 'Dutch courage'?
  3. FastFreddy2

    Hello

    I am liking these. Have I seen them on a German shoe site (name I can't remember, could be Fuss?)
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  6. NEW-ON-HIGH

    Hello

    Welcome to Heels for Men, I am German too - its a bit quiet here - may be we new ones can bring some life to the forum Greets NEW-ON-HIGH
  7. franzy02

    Hello

    I'm new here. I love heels and have many of them. Without heels, I feel naked. I'm curious, what I experience in this forum, I am looking forward to it.
  8. FastFreddy2

    Hi everyone - I´am new here

    Hello New-On-High, and willkommen.
  9. NEW-ON-HIGH

    Hi everyone - I´am new here

    Hi Puffer THX for the welcome - I am happy I found a forum to exchange news and views on High Heels for men NEW-ON-HIGH PS: Year my home is not so far away from the Black Forrest but that is in no way High Heel Country ;-)
  10. Puffer

    Hi everyone - I´am new here

    Welcome to H4M! We shall be pleased to know more about you and your heel collection. Perhaps you could go out in your heels for a 'walk in the Black Forest'?
  11. NEW-ON-HIGH

    Hi everyone - I´am new here

    Hi there - I´am NEW-ON-HIGH I´am a 51 Year old Guy from southern Germany - loving wearing high heels - mostly boots from ankle to thigh high For me moment I did not find the courage yet to wear them in public - now Iam looking for exchange with other high heels fans Thanks for accepting me NEW-ON-HIGH
  12. FastFreddy2

    Something special

    Victoria Silvstedt....
  13. FastFreddy2

    "Last minute" meeting around the UK?

    Warm yesterday (Saturday), with clear skies all day. Same today with 25'C predicted for my area. That's a 20'C shift in the space of 7 days ..... Monday is predicted to be 27'C and the hottest May Bank holiday on record. And some wonder why Brits spend so much time talking about the weather. Will be walking along the banks of the Great Ouse today. Hopefully, something a bit more heel related tomorrow, though I won't be at all surprised if I have another day/weekend without. 'The world' is conspiring against it.
  14. FastFreddy2

    Eurovision 2018

    Obviously, you are talking about a time when "talent" wasn't computer generated.....
  15. Puffer

    Eurovision 2018

    Simply what I grew up with and (mostly) enjoyed! Time was when singers had a song with meaningful lyrics, delivered properly and (if needed) accompanied by professional musicians. Now, so many 'songs' are simply repetitive strings of words with little or no meaning and no discernible musical merit. Matt Monro was widely recognised as having a fine voice. Had he not died so young, he would surely have had a long-lasting international presence - much like SInatra (who was a fan). Now, where did I put my Alma Cogan 78s? Alas, the whole country has gone downhill since Grace Archer died. [Who?]
  16. FastFreddy2

    Maternity wear?

    It couldn't be me. I never wear a dress..... Well, I say never ..... You mean someone from HHP, presumably?
  17. FastFreddy2

    Eurovision 2018

    I think your taste in music was born "old".
  18. Puffer

    Eurovision 2018

    Well, it sounds pleasant enough, but it doesn't do anything for me (known what armene?). I can't recall much on ESC that I've liked since the days of Matt Monro and Ronnie Carroll - not to speak of Brian Johnson, and Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson. But then little 'popular music' since c1970 appeals ...
  19. Puffer

    Maternity wear?

    Yes, presumably a joking comment - but could be otherwise for some of our esteemed members - no names!
  20. FastFreddy2

    "Last minute" meeting around the UK?

    Looks like we are going to have a warm bank holiday weekend. I am baby-sitting all Sunday. A nice job, but no heels. Maybe Monday ...
  21. FastFreddy2

    Eurovision 2018

    So you don't miss the best song of the night ... Qami = Wind. I have read the translation of the lyrics into English. Really, really not worth reproducing here. This fella appears to be an X-Factor (Armenia) winner. Good singer, great production on the song. The beard ain't doing it for me, but then one didn't stop Austria winning in 2014.
  22. FastFreddy2

    Maternity wear?

    Is this not someone 'making a joke' out of the report?
  23. Puffer

    Maternity wear?

    There has been a lot of comment about the Duchess of Cambridge being smartly dressed on leaving hospital hours after her son was born. One such from a man in today’s Daily Mail (so it must be true ) reads thus: 'Like Kate, when I left hospital after the birth of my son, I wore a smart dress, nylons, high heels and make-up. I was disappointed my wife did not make any effort.' Anyone we know?
  24. Puffer

    Eurovision 2018

    Oh dear - a diary clash! I've kept that evening free to watch some paint dry - so I think I'll keep to that plan.
  25. FastFreddy2

    Eurovision 2018

    We've all kept our diaries clear for the impending Eurovision competition... I'm soooo looking forward to the big night! 12th May. The competition is strong this year, and the UK entry ..... Well, not our worst .... But we ain't winning this year. Again,
  26. FastFreddy2

    "Last minute" meeting around the UK?

    Sunday is usually my 'adventure' day, but not today .... Cold and windy, water (damp) in the air, looking like it might rain any moment ..... The weather today felt more like early December than one of the last days in April. While nearly all of us will doubtless be looking forward to warmer times, when they do arrive I suspect we will go from one extreme to the other. In the recent past we have had a 10'C swing in temperature during a single 24 hour period. I'm expecting at least that should the trans-Atlantic jet-stream allow warmer air to push up from Spain and North Africa. In the space of a couple of days, it's theoretically possible for us to go from single figures (4'C promised for tomorrow with gale force winds) up to mid/high 20's. That's going to come as something of a shock as we will have missed the slow rise in temperatures we usually get through March and April. It won't be long before I'm writing here, that it's too hot to venture out unless wearing wellies filled with ice ...
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