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Old 12-07-2011, 12:13 PM   #1695
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Hey Navy, the secret to your great dancing is not wearing high heels!!
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Hey Navy, the secret to your great dancing is not wearing high heels!!
I leave the heels to Dunner.....don't ask
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The only "Heel" I use is heel dust. A very good defense weapon.
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That was what I was thinking. Still can't figure how he drives a segway in high heels?
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That was what I was thinking. Still can't figure how he drives a segway in high heels?
Wait for it................................................ ..............
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I don't... That pic of me on it with Segway Sadie... I was Photochopped into it.
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I don't... That pic of me on it with Segway Sadie... I was Photochopped into it.
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Just who is "They"?
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That was what I was thinking. Still can't figure how he drives a segway in high heels?
Q: What should I wear?

A: Closed toe flat shoes are required to ride the Segway. Anyone wearing high heels, flip flops, sandals, shoes like shape ups or z-coils, or bare feet will NOT be allowed on the Segway. It is highly recommended that you wear wind resistant clothing for riding the Segway, especially on cool or damp days. On a colder day we suggest gloves as well. Dress comfortably and ready for an amazing outdoor experience!


I guess we'll not see that.
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I suspect our friend Dunner wouldn't let a few rules keep him from wearing his shoes of choice.
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What is this "Rule" thing you speak of?
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Yeah, that's what they all say!
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What is this "Rule" thing you speak of?
In the post just ahead of yours, sweetie (reproduced below for your convenience).

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Q: What should I wear?

A: Closed toe flat shoes are required to ride the Segway. Anyone wearing high heels, flip flops, sandals, shoes like shape ups or z-coils, or bare feet will NOT be allowed on the Segway. It is highly recommended that you wear wind resistant clothing for riding the Segway, especially on cool or damp days. On a colder day we suggest gloves as well. Dress comfortably and ready for an amazing outdoor experience!


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