Tuesday, 17 July 2012

DON’T laugh

No, seriously. It’s not funny.

It’s a form of torture.

From the sublime…SDC13709

 

To the utterly ridiculous…

SDC13706

So, at the wedding we are going to at the weekend, there is a serious risk of injury.

Oh, and I have to wear…a dress. Uh.

12 comments:

Andrew W said...

As long as you don't get them mixed up. :-)

Louise said...

...I could pop them into my pack for Braemar...

Alan Sloman said...

I wouldn't do that. Jeremy might swipe them...

Louise said...

Size 4?! My, he's got dainty feet...

Alan R said...

Will David be sporting a similar pair as you seem to be wearing the same gear now.

Louise said...

Now that could be amusing! Wish I'd thought of it.

Oldmortality said...

If this is the wedding down here that you mentioned earlier, I suggest waders !

Louise said...

I had noticed it's a bit damp down your way. Might swap the dress for a wet suit while I'm at it!

Mick said...

Wear a long dress and the boots!

Louise said...

That was my preferred option, but I was out voted by the fella that doesn't have to wear crippling shoes!!
Typical.

Gayle said...

In 2 days time (unless I lose concentration on the task) there'll be a photo on my blog of me in a frock ... on the PCT. I wasn't wearing heels though.

Do you think you'll remember how to walk in them, or will you be teetering like you're drunk before you've even got started?

Louise said...

I have a rule about wearing heels. I will only wear them in a mainly standing still or sitting situation. I do not go to the bar, dance or mingle. There will be staggering to and from the powder room. Before and after anaesthetic has been administered. And unless I get a wheelchair or piggyback, to and from church and reception. Good catholic do, so I'll be up and down like a yoyo. Joy.
Gayle in a dress eh? Will you be slipping one into your pack for a sociable Challenge?