High_Heels_&_Wedges wrote:Ginas1120 wrote:Fun! It probably isn;t a good idea to step on a power cord with a metal heel
I REALLY enjoying stepping on things with my stiletto heels especially when I can make it look like an accident, which it rarely ever is ..... I am soooo wicked too
I also like to dig my stiletto heels into chairs or benches across from me.....especially at airports...or on metro trains....I usually attract a couple of leering eyes and guys bulging when I tease them with my stilettos. I will read or work on my phone while my killer sharp metal stiletto tips dig into the fabric of the seat in front of me.....hahaha... love to make those guys hard...and salivate....
Whenever I'm wearing stilettos (which I have seen I am going for more now), I'll always dig my heels in to everything. I'll put them against a coffee table and push against it.
Sad news from me though.
I took a slip and a tumble... down a flight of 300 stairs.
I was walking in a clients new renovated area, and there was a slick wet spot that nobody decided to put any warnings with, and I slipped on the first step, and couldn't catch myself, and fell down 300 stairs.
I broke my leg, and three ribs. I passed out from the pain.
Woke up in the hospital at like 3 AM in the morning, my girlfriend was in a meltdown. She was scared honestly.
Doctors say I'm lucky to not have broken my neck.
I'm gonna be in the hospital for 3 months at least, gonna be out of work till 2019.
My girlfriend grabbed my laptop and that's how I'm typing all of this.
Stupid idiot client didn't think of putting a wet floor sign. My company is suing them, for injuring a worker of theirs, a danger to people itself, and most of all, for just plain stupidity.
I have to go now, the next couple months is gonna be painful.
Jeez you should look where you are going and not blame others for a missing sign.
You will recover.