heelgal wrote:MistressJodie wrote:Pjedro wrote:A girlfriend told me about a housewarming party from a neighbor (was a women)... These neighbor had not paid attention and did not think so far to ask for taking off shoes...
Next morning the wooden floor anywhere in the rooms was completely demolished by heelmarks! And... It must have been from only one lady...? You think, this is possible...? Because... – she was the only one seen wearing here high stiletto heels through the beautiful new house!
The neighbor was really angry!
Yes entirely possible that one person could do it. Think of every single step, every single foot movement causing a heel mark. A house party could mean thousands of heel marks from just one pair of stilettos. Very ballsy of the girl to wear a pair of nail heels to a housewarming too, I like her style lol
Agreed. Thousands is likely. I can put hundreds of dents in a wood floor in my stiletto heels in a matter of minutes. If they are so concerned, they should be lucky it was just one woman in stilettos and that she was walking throughout the house, not concentrating all her movement on the floor by the kitchen counter.
I think they need to look at it as a "breaking in," when its no longer pristine but can just be lived in normally. We did this at our house after initially worrying about maintaining the floors in a perfect condition. After a few weeks I got tired of the BS so one day I greeted my husband at the door in pair of sexy boots worn to the nail and told him I would be wearing my shoes around the house from now on. He watched me that evening christen our floors in those boots and now it is just normal for me to wear my heels at home (though they arent always my most vicious heels) but by now our floors are covered in dents, scratches, worn spots, etc. So what?
So, you all think that at the inauguration, the visitor knew (or at least noticed) what she would do with her heels in the new house - and so she deliberately chose the beautiful, new floor dented?