Don't fall for the UGG boots scam/spam. Who would be dumb enough to buy boots through Facebook rather than an official site?
I have to say, this guy is persistent. Keeps coming back as other usernames...
did all of those threads disappear? they kept popping up this morning in different forums.
lol I don't even like the UGG boots so no worries about me UW. thanks for the warning though. some ppl are definitely persistent when they want to rip ppl off
Live in Cali and that still doesn't stop girls from wearing UGGs looks really ridiculious actually.
As it does in N. Arizona even in the fall. Just saw a girl today, actually. Looked...ugg!
nothing significant, a spammer came in this morning and posted in 3 different forums trying to sell ugg boots, no hubs, nothing, just an outsider. thus the name of this thread, because each thread said something like, come on ladies...
crazd, they do wear them here also, the 2 days that it actually is cold in february. while others still have on their flip flops...
The best boots I own are wool-lined Ranger Rubber boots. So comfortable and NO snow or water gets in.
Not very sexy though.
oooo me likie lol good for Cali when it rains.
Please, girls at my college wear uggs with mini skirts when the temps go into the 60s. I just wanna walk up to them, look them up and down, and say "Are you kidding?"
We've got the same problem here in Texas. We went out today and girls with shorts and tank tops are wearing Uggs. They're so afraid they may miss out on some big trend. Nevermind that they're burning up in them.
Now really is that a nice thing to do to some of us who live in the north who are just getting our snowshovels snowsuits and thermal underoos ready...? You Florida, Arizona, Texas and California ladies aren't trying to rub in that it's too hot for uggs in your neck of the woods per chance are you????
lol Zsuzsy Bee nope just stating how ridiculious the girls who wear UGGs look when they wear them when it's not cold out lol
Well-- I live in California and never wear my Uggs to the beach.
Actually, I don't live near the beach anymore I'm in the Sierra foothills where we get a few touches of snow every winter. Already the frosty nights have finished what was left of my vegetable garden.
Seriously I know what you're saying... here in Canada it's the opposite we had a beautiful warm weekend here about 62F and a couple of girls were sunbathing in their bikinis in the park in London Ontario... most people are wearing fall jackets and uggs
yea here in Anaheim it's hot cold hot cold hot cold...IGH wish the weather would make up it's mind lol
It's funny to me that those of you in hot places see people wearing uggs. Here, the boots are not all that popular. When it gets cold enough to where boots, the really chic tall ones come out for dress, or the clunky snow boots.
Ugg clogs are often seen though, especially in the winter -- when there are only a few inches of snow left in the parking lots (after the plows have cleaned them out). Guess alot of us just refuse to wear shoes, regardless of the weather.
by CASE1WORKER 7 years ago
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