CFM PUMPS, not shoes

LeBeouf Sabrina K ska5343 at LOUISIANA.EDU
Thu Aug 11 15:11:48 UTC 2005

I've found this topic very interesting and will now throw in my 2 cents...I
first heard the expression a few years ago on an episode of Sex in the City
when Samantha thinks her guy is cheating on her because she saw him getting
into a cab with a woman wearing "come-fuck-me-HEELS."
Sabrina LeBeouf

On Wed, 10 Aug 2005 21:35:32 EDT, Beckymercuri wrote
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> In a message dated 8/10/2005 9:29:55 PM Eastern Standard Time, douglas at NB.NET
> writes:
> By coincidence, it was in 1990 that I first heard this term and, FWIW,
> > > I've heard only the alternate form, "fuck-me shoes."
> > >
> >
> >I have never heard anything but "come-fuck-me-PUMPS"--never shoes.
> I've heard only "shoes" in this context, never "boots" or "pumps" or
> "galoshes". I don't remember when I first heard the expression but possibly
> only after 1990. I can't remember whether the "come" was there in
> all cases but it was in some.
> -- Doug Wilson
> I seldom participate but I couldn't resist adding this term, which
> is popular amongst ladies joking about certain types of shoes
> referred to as "whore-hoppers."

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