Why burning shoes?

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TrashedAbusedShoes
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Re: Why burning shoes?

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Great story! I know the pain of seeing a pair of shoes that ultimately you can't have... it hurts.
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Re: Why burning shoes?

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I wanted to add my own story.I had an uncle near to my house who must have had a shoe burning fetish. we burned our refuse in an open receptacle made from a huge old drum then cut in half and laid out on the dirt. The earliest responsibility i had a young child was to take the refuse to the burner and start the fire and watch for a while to set that the refuse fire did not also catch the grass around. Over years though the ground around was cleared and there wasnt much danger,but i was still allowed to watch the fire as long as i could.Honestly any fire became mesmerizing and i enjoyed this. I began to notice as i burned that my uncle in the warm months would bring to the refuse groups of single shoes. there were heels,sandals,boots,tennis shoes, everything..mens and womans.so when the shoes burned I immediately began to enjoy so much how they crackled and shriveled and twisted and burned completly i was more mezmerized than ever before. At first he drops the shoes all at once in the fire. Little by little or possibly he got too much in a hurry and left some shoes not immimently on the refuse fire.So i helped myself to shoes to toy into the flames until each were too hot to hold onto,then I discovered a leftover piece or rebar that worked soo well to dangle each shoe out to the flames. Allowing each shoes too get licked by the flames and get all sooty.sometimes the shoes felt apart on the flames and some times they curled onto themselves in a knot. once my uncle watched me dangle a shoe and knew he had a shoe burning fetish convert. he told me later that he feared i was trying to save the shoes from burning,but got greatly excited at what i was doing.To the day the shoes the get me the hardest burning are those i could dangle off somethin like the rebar through the toe!! Dont know why for sure just does! the next winter he showed me the coal bin in his house where he collected shoes for burning.My aunts shoes were plentiful because he delighted in buying her many many beautiful shoes and having wear a season at a time and then thinned the herd, we burned her shoes and my mothers shoes and neighbor ladies shoes and me and my brothers shoes,my neices shoes..anyone who he could get to give him shoes. he would use his collection usually one at a time to keep their wood burning stove going. he start each days fire with a shoe and when the house was warm and the fire rekindled then another shoe was thrown in.
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Re: Why burning shoes?

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For me, it is the leather. I love to see leather burn, and when that leather is part of a shoe the better I like it. I really love burning leather sandals, clogs, and loafers. I love it when the leather distorts and crumples up as it burns. Sometimes the leather really moves and the whole shoe curls up. All that makes my cock rock hard. I cum the best while burning a LEATHER shoe.
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Re: Why burning shoes?

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Fluxade wrote:Do you know why people take Viagra?
Correct! It makes your dick rock hard.
Do you know why shoe burning fetishists like shoe burning?
Correct! You got it!
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Fluxade wrote:Wood: 15.000 kj/kg
brown coal: 20.000 kj/kg
Shoes: 24.000 kJ/kg
ethanol: 26.000 kj/kg
black coal: 30.000 kj/kg
petrol: 45.000 kj/kg

You see that shoes are very good for burning in a stove.
I remember that my father did not only burn the shoes of my mother.
Everyone around who had a modern petrol driven boiler gave their old shoes to my father for burning.
So I saw not only the shoes of my mother burning but the shoes from my aunts, from our neighbors woman and everyone who wanted to get rid of old shoes.
The shoes had been stored together with the fire wood and burned one by one preferably as fire starters if flames declined.
I remember that the fume and smell of burning leather was literally everywhere.
I often played with the shoes before they are consumed by the fire.
I couldn't rescue a single pair :-(
Fluxade I want to know where you get these numbers from. Its very interesting. I would like to learn more. Please share your sources.
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Shoe burning is a form of shoe abuse art. Shoe abuse is an art form and a fetish. Shoe abuse is a sub type of shoe fetish, and shoe burning, is a subtype of shoe abuse fetish. Category wise: Shoe fetish > Shoe Abuse Fetish > Shoe Burning and Melting.

There is something arousing about a shoe being abuse and destroy. In a way, one can view it as a type of BDSM play with shoes, where the owner (ether the girlfriend, boyfriend, or both) is the dom, and the shoe is the sub. There is also some emotional release and stress release when it comes to abusing shoes. Its better to ruin a shoe than to hurt a living creature, person, ect.

There is also something sensual about watching a shoe slowly being worn away, slowly being ruin. And the final stage is burning or melting the shoe. The last abuse.

I hope I explain it clearly, but if not, please feel free to ask. Also, I get ask this question a lot by friends, so I am thinking of one day writing something on this subject, to explain to them, so if anyone has anything to add, please feel free.
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Re: Why burning shoes?

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Just to add my opinion. I love the way man made material melts. Also plant material melts and burn well too. Some examples are faux (fake) leather (pleather), polyurethane. plastic, rubber (ether synthetic or natural), nylons, cotton, hemp, cork, satin, etc. I prefer plant base plastic over protorium base plastic. There is also the feel good factor knowing that no animal were harm in the material production.

Man made and plant material also capture the scent of the woman really well. And there is something arousing about watching a shoe melt, shrink or shrivel up, or flatten out in the heat, and turn to puddle and catch on fire and disappear.
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