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    Default fluff - FEET, awesome or awful?

    What do you think?

    Feet are adorable! Toe rings and nail polish = cuteness.

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    Ew, they creep me out! Feet are yucky?

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    feet are gross...except for my kids feet, until about the age of 4.
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    My feet are not pretty. I have stubby, mushroom-like toes. They are not cute, I will polish them to look somewhat normal.

    Feet in general are not my thing.
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    Feet are gross unless they are on small children, MY children, or animals.

    It's my biggest challenge in all the yoga I do....SO MANY FEET.
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    I agree, feet are gross (except for babies).

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    I like my feet. Nice arches, good nails, I keep them well pedicured. I do get grossed out when I see people with rough, cracked and peeling heels or huge bunions etc. Ick.

    Toe rings are a little..........1992 to me, as are ankle bracelets. My husband has kindov ugly feet, but I love him anyway

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    Depends on how nicely pedicured they are
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    Quote Originally Posted by Potter75 View Post
    I like my feet. Nice arches, good nails, I keep them well pedicured. I do get grossed out when I see people with rough, cracked and peeling heels or huge bunions etc. Ick.

    Toe rings are a little..........1992 to me, as are ankle bracelets. My husband has kindov ugly feet, but I love him anyway
    Bunions suck. I have one, inherited, not caused by bad shoes. I have to get it fixed and i dread doing so. It really bothers me when i exercise. I think the pressure of it against my sneaker causes my foot to get poor circulation or something. My mom never got hers fixed and it just got worse and worse and deformed her foot worse and worse. Getting it fixed scares me though...the long time off of my feet, and what if it doesn't go well and I'm in worse shape than i started? I'm going to go back to not thinking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimPossible View Post
    Bunions suck. I have one, inherited, not caused by bad shoes. I have to get it fixed and i dread doing so. It really bothers me when i exercise. I think the pressure of it against my sneaker causes my foot to get poor circulation or something. My mom never got hers fixed and it just got worse and worse and deformed her foot worse and worse. Getting it fixed scares me though...the long time off of my feet, and what if it doesn't go well and I'm in worse shape than i started? I'm going to go back to not thinking about it.
    Kim, I had a bunion removed 7 years ago and I will not lie, the recovery was not easy. You will need at least 4 - 6 weeks to heal, closer to 6. You need to have an ice boot for the swelling and you have to use it lots throughout the day. Some bunion removals are combined with an osteotomy with a k-wire fixation, so ask about that if you see a podiatrist. It helps to increase your range of motion in your toe joint after surgery but the incision is longer and you have this thing that looks like a crochet hook sticking out of your foot. As soon as possible you have to start doing your home physio exercises or you will heal stiff and not be able to bend your toe properly. So, now that I said a bunch of bad stuff the good news is that if you do all that stuff you will be able to walk free of pain and discomfort and wear the shoes you want, though 5 inch stilettos still won't be recommended

    I like me feet, even with my scar. Average or maybe a bit narrow in width, good arches (I wear orthotics for arch support), good toes, nothing gnarly or scary looking. My toes all go down in size from big toe to baby toe - no usually long second toes or anything. Yeah, I'm a bit of a foot snob and get pedis whenever I can. HOly $hit it's a blizzarde outside!!!!!! Anyway, the only thing I have right now that's new and is fugly is the psoriasis on the inside of my heels, but when it subsides you can't even tell.

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    Feet gross me out when they are gross. When the foot ortho is at my office on Wednesdays I'm pretty grossed out the entire morning until he leaves. I see screws sticking out of toes, wounds that are healing poorly due to diabetes, actually had a patient's skin from his leg/foot area peel off and fall onto the floor. GROSS GROSS GROSS.

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