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Toe Jobs?!

 
 
Roberta
 
Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 12:29 am
This week's issue of Newsweek reports a "spike" in requests to plastic surgeons for cosmetic surgery on tootsies. One woman is reported to have asked for liposuction on her big toe.

Is it just me, or does this seem a bit much to others? Do we have too much time and money? Time to be worrying about fat toes and money to spend on making them thinner?

Decadence? Vanity? Both? Neither?
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the prince
 
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Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 02:24 am
Roberta, while I find it really funny that someone would go and have a toe job, I also have to admit that toes can be one of the most erogenous parts of the human body. So if u r in bed with yr partner, and he/she wants to suck yr toes - then they's better be beautiful....guess it is the same principle as pedicure, just a bit advanced Laughing
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Roberta
 
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Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 03:00 am
Gautam, Yes, toes can be hot. But are you suggesting that all erogenous body parts must be beautiful, even if they need to be surgically altered? Surgery is a lot more advanced than a pedicure.

As far as I'm concerned, my little piggie who went to market is fine just the way it is, as are my other little piggies.
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the prince
 
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Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 03:42 am
They say beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, then they say love is blind, and then they go on to say that a thing of beauty is joy forever.

Guess these people follow the third saying.....
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Roberta
 
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Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 06:10 am
Gautam, I have to admit that "they" can be very confusing. Confused

I guess that if people want cosmetic surgery on their toes, that's their business. I confess that I read the article and went a little nuts. Not an uncommon occurrence. Smile
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Phoenix32890
 
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Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 06:14 am
Roberta- Maybe I am being naive, but maybe it has more to do with comfort than sexiness. Maybe some of these women have fat big toes which squash in tight shoes and hurt?????
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Roberta
 
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Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 05:34 pm
Phoenix, Anything is possible. But the article reported requests for cosmetic enhancements. No mention was made of comfort or the lack thereof.

However, it was reported that one doctor has already seen 12 people whose feet have been damaged by cosmetic surgery. I'd take a chubby toe over not being able to walk any time.
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New Haven
 
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Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 05:37 pm
It's very sad, that a person will have the fat sucked out of her toe and pay big bucks for it, and in the meantime, millions of people around the globe are starving and/or dying from diseases like AIDS, just because they lack sufficient funds to buy the necessary meds.
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Rae
 
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Reply Thu 8 May, 2003 05:53 pm
Toes. Very touchy subject for moi.

I wore high-heeled shoes that were too big for my feet for too many years and ended up with ingrown toenails on both big toes. Then I suffered through the pain of the ingrown nails for about ten years. Finally had them removed.

Hi.

My name is Rae. I have no big toenails. And I'm okay with that.
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