How many of you women have been breaking French law?

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How many of you women have been breaking French law?

Post by BJ. » Mon Feb 04, 2013 7:40 am

From today's Torygraph

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Re: How many of you women have been breaking French law?

Post by Rizzo » Mon Feb 04, 2013 2:00 pm

I usually wear business-suit skirt and top to work, but the rest of the time I'm in jeans, so yes I too am guilty.
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Re: How many of you women have been breaking French law?

Post by Suz » Mon Feb 04, 2013 4:00 pm

There I was thinking I was a law abiding person, but it seems I've broken the law on my visits to Paris :smt012 :smt001
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Re: How many of you women have been breaking French law?

Post by cornish tigress » Tue Feb 05, 2013 8:59 am

Oh my word, hang me. I hardly ever wear skirts. It takes a night out somewhere expensive, undercover of darkness and the bribe of a taxi to get my legs out and wear stupid shoes.
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Re: How many of you women have been breaking French law?

Post by DickyP » Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:19 am

Being an self-declared expert from many decades of looking at, and admiring, female legs I would add that there are trousers and then there are trousers. The current trend of skin tight leggings rather counters one of the reason many girls give for not wanting to wear skirts/dresses as they reveal far more than many of the latter do.

I would add that there are certain females I'd happily see arrested for wearing revealing clothing (and men for that matter)!
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Re: How many of you women have been breaking French law?

Post by cornish tigress » Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:25 am

Ha, ha, no tight leggings for me unless worn with knee high boots and knee length top! If you like looking at legs like mine then Chicken Run is the film for you :smt001
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Re: How many of you women have been breaking French law?

Post by DickyP » Fri Feb 08, 2013 7:33 am

One of life's great problems - you have to look at all legs, even the bad ones to check to see if they are worth looking at! It's the second and subsequent looks that count, but unfortunately there's always the chance the first look will have done the damage to you digestion/sense of aesthetics! :smt019
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Re: How many of you women have been breaking French law?

Post by Kinoulton » Fri Feb 08, 2013 1:32 pm

My breadknife was a model and a dancer and subsequently worked hard on a livery yard, so her long legs are still in good shape and even though she's in her forties she can wear short skirts and gets many admiring glances.

But I have to say I always like the sight of a woman's legs in a well chosen combo of skirt and shoes. Whether legs are short, long, skinny or chunky, it's always fine with me.
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