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Evans Electric

Walking shoes / trainers

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Evans Electric

Anyone  interested in pair of trainers  , walking shoes  Euro  size  45      UK   size 11    £35.00 

Wrong size  for me , I'm a 9  don't ask !      brand new , never worn ,  See piccy .  

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revjames

so you are a sole trader then?

 

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Evans Electric

I am  indeed  !!!   Now get the cash into Paypal  and  you too can be a sole trader .    

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roys

How much for the table and stools 😀

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Evans Electric
6 hours ago, roys said:

How much for the table and stools 😀

Not for sale ......where would I have me brecky   :C  

 

Now come Roys  , you look like a size 11 .......£35.00     you slip these on & you 'll be dancing like Fred Astaire  ,  running like Usain Bolt , floating like a butterfly , moving & a' groovin'  , slipping & a slidin'   , rocking & a   rolling .   

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roys

Haha Deke I am actually a size 10.5 to 11, depending on make,  but I actually need a new pair of working boots, those walking shoes don’t have steel toe caps do they😀?

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revjames

no good for me with my little size 8's

 

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kerching
3 hours ago, revjames said:

no good for me with my little size 8's

 

They're not feet.  They're hooves

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Evans Electric
23 hours ago, roys said:

those walking shoes don’t have steel toe caps do they😀?

No  they're called walking shoes ,  have to say I got my size nines , exactly the same  and have been wearing them for the last 3 months  with no complaints .

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kerching
12 hours ago, Evans Electric said:

No  they're called walking shoes ,  have to say I got my size nines , exactly the same  and have been wearing them for the last 3 months  with no complaints .

So......WTAF did you suddenly think your feet were two sizes bigger?

heat expansion?.....Thick socks?

 

just wandering around in shoes

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Evans Electric

Mix up with the Euro sizes  .  Don't ask !

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kerching
28 minutes ago, Evans Electric said:

Mix up with the Euro sizes  .  Don't ask !

Ah, the wife's fault then!

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Evans Electric

Naw  mine  TBH . 

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Doc Hudson
On 02/09/2019 at 17:02, revjames said:

no good for me with my little size 8's

 

 

Don't brag about that, no doubt someone will post a comment claiming that shoe size relates to your male member size. i.e. the consistency of your meat, between the two veg. (certain forum members may or may not know who they are!).

 

Doc H.

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Doc Hudson
On 03/09/2019 at 15:09, Evans Electric said:

Mix up with the Euro sizes  .  Don't ask !

 

Well depending upon the final outcome of all this Brexit debate/whinging/discussions/parliamentary voting etc.. all this Euro shoe sizes may become a distant memory!    Just measure your feet in inches and pick some shoes based on the traditional imperial measurement techniques...  What could possibly go wrong? 

 

Doc H.

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Evans Electric

Never mind all that Doc  ,   what size do you take ?    ( Imagine winking emoticon here)

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NozSpark

No good for me then.... I have a 9.5 and a 7.5

 

I was born with talipies :(

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Evans Electric

Sorry to hear that  Noz  .   Did they have to be corrected ? 

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NozSpark
On 09/09/2019 at 20:35, Evans Electric said:

Sorry to hear that  Noz  .   Did they have to be corrected ? 

 

Yeh,,, I had an operation on my right foot (the smaller one) when I was 4, doesn't really bother me though

 

The funny thing is that I have had restricted movement in my right foot for forever, with my left foot being absolutely normal.... since I sprained my left foot (feb 2017) it's now worse than my right one..... arthritis has set in :(

 

 

BTW there's no need to feel sorry for me... I've lived with it all my life so I don't know anything different 

 

apparently 1 in every 1000 are born with Talipies, however most are manipulated to a "normal" position now.... mine was mid 70's when it was very much the opposite

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Evans Electric

OK  mate !!     If I come across a pair  9.5  & 7.5 I'll know who to ring . 

 

Am I right in saying you must be near Llandiddlydoodah  ?   

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Andy™
On 09/09/2019 at 00:28, NozSpark said:

No good for me then.... I have a 9.5 and a 7.5

 

I was born with talipies :(

 

 

when buying shoes, do you ask for 9.5 & 7.5 to try on, then mix them in the boxes so you only buy 1 pair

 

and if yes, have you ever bought the wrong box?!

 

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NozSpark
4 hours ago, Andy™ said:

 

 

when buying shoes, do you ask for 9.5 & 7.5 to try on, then mix them in the boxes so you only buy 1 pair

 

and if yes, have you ever bought the wrong box?!

 

 

LOL..... as far as I'm aware Clarks are the only shoe shop that will split a pair of shoes, however they cost 150% of the ticket price.... I've not had a pair like this since I was about 12, so that's 36 years

What I do now is buy a pair that fit my larger foot really well, but they always have the wrong shoe on display (the right one), so I'm always asking for the left one to try on

5 hours ago, Evans Electric said:

OK  mate !!     If I come across a pair  9.5  & 7.5 I'll know who to ring . 

 

Am I right in saying you must be near Llandiddlydoodah  ?   

 

Yes... there are a few "Llandiddlydoodah"'s around here though ;) .... "Llan" means church in welsh

 

I live quite near to the Northern most point on mainland Wales

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Evans Electric
54 minutes ago, NozSpark said:

I live quite near to the Northern most point on mainland Wales

Would that be the Great Orme ?   

 

I ask because I meant Llandudno ,   we have some friends there who have recently sold up their guest house in Mostyn  for a smaller bungalow , they mentioned some electrical work at one stage , (I did the guest house  100 yrs ago)   but I'm not in a position to  go there this time , bound to a load of kneeling down , just can't do that anymore , other than in short bursts.

So if they ask , are you interested ?       Feel free to say no  .    

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NozSpark

Holy ****......... I used to live in Rhewl, Mostyn........ can only think of the "guest house" that was opposite the old railway sheds,,, that was used for the "waifs & strays".....

 

The most northerly point of mainland Wales is Talacre.... I live in Prestatyn

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revjames

My brother  (not Revsparky) used to live in Rhewl too? old house that used to be a pub I think on the left going up the hill..

 

On 12/09/2019 at 22:42, NozSpark said:

The most northerly point of mainland Wales is Talacre.... I live in Prestatyn

was just going to get in an argument with you then I saw the word mainland......

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