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padder

In the context of fat fetishism, a person whose sexuoeroticism hinges on swathing him- or herself with extra clothing or padding to simulate an increase in girth.
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Padders is a family-run, UK-based, independent comfort shoes manufacturer and supplier of wide fitting, comfort shoes, sandals, boots and slippers for ladies and men in a wide range of styles and colours.
When a friend told her about the new craze of Crash Padders, she found the perfect match.
The revived TJs will be relaunched with the strapline 'Making Famous Brands Affordable', but Mr Juneja says some old favourites still have their place, such as Padders slippers which are one of the chain's best sellers: "The ladies love them because they are so comfortable.
Unfortunately the mugger knew a pair of posh padders when he saw them and ran off with her favourite pair of strappy sandals.
BCGBA Padders feelgoodfeet Senior Merit: Andrew Spragg (Derbyshire), BCGBA Junior Merit: Wayne Ditchfield (North Lancs and Fylde), Jack & Jean Isherwood Veterans Championship: Arthur Bromley (South Yorkshire), British Parks Merit: Richard Howson (South Yorkshire), Swallow Hotels Waterloo Championship (Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool): Andrew Moss, London & Edinburgh Inns Spring Waterloo (Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool): Tommy Johnstone, Isle of Man September Festival: Darren Smith, James Birks Memorial Midlands Masters: Stuart Smith.
Archer's Hung In A Bad Place is patently a second-rate tune that flatters the boss by ripping off previous Oasis album padders.
Estrada said he will curb the spread of crime, vowing to nail the crooks in government including the ''economic saboteurs in expensive clothes, the dishonest stockbrokers, the wheeling-dealing businessmen, influence-peddlers, and price padders.