Sure it’s surgery, but now the shoes fit

3 thoughts on “Sure it’s surgery, but now the shoes fit”

  1. I had a bunion taken care of. There just were no shoes that fit right.
    That’s perfectly legit; it’s an abnormal condition. Some of the other stuff seems really weird, though, like plastic surgery for feet. The sneakers, Uggs, and sandals I wear accommodate pretty much anything. I was SO glad to leave heels behind … along with my career. Sniff …

  2. That’s almost sick to me. Some people would go through surgery rather than buy a different pair of shoes that do fit their feet??

    What a sad world we live in.
    That’s certainly the way I interpreted it — surgery on normal feet just to get them into high fashion shoes.

  3. Some of the shoes I’ve seen women wearing lately seem scarily pointy. Are they intended to double as weapons? I wonder. I pretty much hate shoe stores and having to buy shoes. Weird I know. Sometimes I ask my wife to get me shoes. I’m a size 9 1/2.
    Yep, the pointy ones remind me of those shoes in the James Bond movie, where a hidden dagger popped out of the toe. I’ve also wondered how women walk around in them without inadvertently hooking a toe on something and tripping themselves, like skiers hooking gates (I’m in Olympics mode).

... and that's my two cents