Wasn't This Guy Prez of HAC??

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Look at all those open-toed shoes!!

 

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Twisted said:
Look at all those open-toed shoes!!

Opened toed shoes were allowed in the 90?s.....I wore them all the time
 

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Angelface2011 said:
Opened toed shoes were allowed in the 90?s.....I wore them all the time

I'm glad I got out before the apostasy came in!  LOL!
 

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TheRealJonStewart said:
But skirts that short were definitely not allowed.

First the shoes, then the skirts.

First the bass guitar, then the drums.

That's how it starts.
 

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Open-toed shoes were allowed also in the 80s .  I believe all the original references to their being outlawed was just for those singing on the platform during services. 

Of course, they were allowed for female students only.   
 

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patriotic said:
Open-toed shoes were allowed also in the 80s .  I believe all the original references to their being outlawed was just for those singing on the platform during services. 

Of course, they were allowed for female students only. 
But why did TWISTED get away with wearing them?
 

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16KJV11 said:
patriotic said:
Open-toed shoes were allowed also in the 80s .  I believe all the original references to their being outlawed was just for those singing on the platform during services. 

Of course, they were allowed for female students only. 
But why did TWISTED get away with wearing them?

Gender identity crisis before it was popular to have one? ?????      (Just kidding!)
 

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16KJV11 said:
patriotic said:
Open-toed shoes were allowed also in the 80s .  I believe all the original references to their being outlawed was just for those singing on the platform during services. 

Of course, they were allowed for female students only. 
But why did TWISTED get away with wearing them?

 

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Twisted said:
16KJV11 said:
patriotic said:
Open-toed shoes were allowed also in the 80s .  I believe all the original references to their being outlawed was just for those singing on the platform during services. 

Of course, they were allowed for female students only. 
But why did TWISTED get away with wearing them?

So you were that girl who worked at the security desk who sported the mustache? ???
 

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16KJV11 said:
Twisted said:
16KJV11 said:
patriotic said:
Open-toed shoes were allowed also in the 80s .  I believe all the original references to their being outlawed was just for those singing on the platform during services. 

Of course, they were allowed for female students only. 
But why did TWISTED get away with wearing them?

So you were that girl who worked at the security desk who sported the mustache? ???
Which shift?
There was one for each.

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