Small feet, size doesn't matter, BUT:  

ruggedntenderaty 68M
6 posts
4/3/2006 5:37 pm

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Small feet, size doesn't matter, BUT:

OK, OK, I have heard just check out our own back yards.. About 6 months ago I had tried to say hello to a couple while shopping, but they were married and showed me their rings to prove the point..

Well, today the store was beyond crowded and I figured goooood chance to try the back yard again.. I figured to start with checking shoes... golly all were small feet, but I remembered women say size doesn't matter, so so so.. I glanced at several more closely.. NOT BAD, for sure, I thought if I forget the size thing this might just work.. I did notice all that I was seeing had rings, but then, I thought, size doesn't matter, why worry about a ring.. RIGHT???? After all it is my back yard.. I could see where this would work for sure.. yep

You know, every one I approached soon had a husband showing up at her side, now that just seemed way more weird than I wanted to think about.. You see, not a one of the guys seemed like the type I would be interested in talking to at this time, course I am not into talking to guys any way..

OK, here is what I have decided again.. Size does matter, as all women with small feet that look fairly good are wearing a ring and for sure have a husband lurking around somewhere.. Ladies, I know you say look in our own back yard, but man oh man I think every one in our back yards is married. What is a man to do now?

bluegirl39 50F

4/3/2006 6:44 pm

I find myself playing the ring game too lol

ruggedntenderaty 68M
5 posts
4/3/2006 9:39 pm

That is cool, thank you for your coment.. It is weird thinking that we are single when we are out even though I have been divorced 2 years. I just think of being single on line as I have been married all my life. The other thing in a small town one has to be cautious anyway I guess.

rm_Froggy21763 53F
65 posts
5/15/2006 4:17 am

Rugged, I took my ring off a year after my husbands death. It was a sign that I was ready to go on living. It is funny though over a year later and the grove were it was is still there.


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