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Quotes About High Heels

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Sure he was great, but don't forget that Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did,
“Sure he was great, but don't forget that Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, .. backwards and in high heels."

From: Frank and Ernest by Bob Thaves, art by Bob Thaves.”
Bob Thaves

Erin McCarthy
“But the truth is, I want to be some woman's work boots, not her high heels."
"Work boots?" What was sexy about that? And did women have work boots?
"Yeah. You know, the boots she pulls out when she wants to get down and dirty, hiking or gardening or boating or painting the kitchen. The ones she relies on and trusts and lives her life hard and good and on her terms in. Her favorites.”
Erin McCarthy, Hard and Fast

“I, a woman, find wearing high heels agreeable only on the very rare occasion that (1) I will be ferried between destinations upon a palanquin or (2) I am going to a cocktail party and, at five feet two, don't want to spend the evening discussing the latest movies with somebody's nipples.”
Lauren Collins

Rita Mae Brown
“High heels were invented by a woman who had once been kissed on the forehead.”
Rita Mae Brown, Six of One

Ljupka Cvetanova
“Before you criticize a woman, try walking in her high heels.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

Karen Chance
“So,high heels weren't a modern invention. I couldn't believe women had been putting up with these torture devices for centuries.”
Karen Chance, Touch the Dark

Celeste Bradley
“Put a pair of high heels on a fellow and just look what he was reduced to.”
Celeste Bradley, The Impostor

“Going around in life using German, which Margaret had learned only a few years before, was like walking around in high heels--although it drove up the aesthetic rush of going out on the town, it was dreadfully uncomfortable after a while, and there were certain places you couldn't go”
Ida Hattemer-Higgins, The History of History

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“High heels are a short (theist) woman's (subconscious) way of telling God to go to hell … in public.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“I had a dream about you. We were married and I walked into the room to see you in my new black dress and high heels and I said "That's not what I meant when I said I bought them for you".”
Georgia Saratsioti, Dreaming is for lovers

Terry Pratchett
“Miss Dearheart gave him a very brief look, and shook her head. There was movement under the table, a small fleshy kind of noise and the drunk suddenly bent forward, colour draining from his face. Probably only he and Moist heard Miss Dearheart purr: ‘What is sticking in your foot is a Mitzy “Pretty Lucretia” four-inch heel, the most dangerous footwear in the world. Considered as pounds per square inch, it’s like being trodden on by a very pointy elephant. Now, I know what you’re thinking: you’re thinking, “Could she press it all the way through to the floor?” And, you know, I’m not sure about that myself. The sole of your boot might give me a bit of trouble, but nothing else will. But that’s not the worrying part. The worrying part is that I was forced practically at knifepoint to take ballet lessons as a child, which means I can kick like a mule; you are sitting in front of me; and I have another shoe . Good, I can see you have worked that out. I’m going to withdraw the heel now.’

There was a small ‘pop’ from under the table. With great care the man stood up, turned and, without a backward glance, lurched unsteadily away.

‘Can I bother you?’ said Moist. Miss Dearheart nodded, and he sat down, with his legs crossed. ‘He was only a drunk,’ he ventured.

‘Yes, men say that sort of thing,’ said Miss Dearheart.”
Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

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