Her nails are like moonstones. No woman that I've seen surpasses her looks below the ankles. I have several of her albums as I love her music too.
2014-04-06 18:50:03Toe (user)
@BIB - Your point is well taken, and I am one who looks at feet first. Then I listen for intelligence. That's a big deal breaker if they are no smarter than their shoe size. Then back end (of course), then everything else. But we are but a small sampling of a larger population.
@Toe- I'm not sure about that, but you are probably right. However, I think some here (couldn't guess percentage) are probably 'true' foot fetishists; I am not, and it may or may not even be my #1 'part of choice,' especially now; in my youth, perhaps I was more 'one-track.' Many here seem to be truly fixated on & obsessed with feet, and even particular parts like soles or toes. Again, doesn't apply to me... I love women and all their parts, head to toe, separately & collectively, but feet are a definite favorite.
2014-04-06 18:09:19Toe (user)
@BIB - It's what most of us are. It is commonly thought that we are one-track, but this is fairly atypical.
@Restraints> "I've bought her CDs both for the music and for the pictures of her toes. Don't let that creep you out, Diana. I'm an aesthete, not a one-track fetishist."
I don't think it's your CD purchases that'll creep her out ($ in the bank!), I'd think it'd be your username that might! ;)
I *love* your simple 7-word (8?) sentence and the use of the word 'aesthete' (also "one-track fetishist") which so concisely summarizes what I've attempted to explain about myself so often. I'm gonna steal that phrase! (:^p)
As for Diana there, well she's a talented musician, beautiful woman, and this--> would inspire me to 'Krall' on over there and do some yodeling. In the valley.
Look at picture 131527 (the black and white with leg tucked under). Do you think this incredibly talented woman doesn't know that her gorgeous feet aren't an asset, too? I confess . . . I've bought her CDs both for the music and for the pictures of her toes. Don't let that creep you out, Diana. I'm an aesthete, not a one-track fetishist.