In spite of the second toe elongation I still find her feet attractive. Perhaps because she takes such good care of them. Always clean and nicely polished. Lots of her feet in cute shoes in the movie "How Do You Know."
@Toe - check my comments for Alicia Silverstone... she suffers the same second toe elongation... Now as @Back contests, he isn't keen on this shape of foot either. For a beautiful foot, all toes should be in correct proportion and balanced.
Mojotoejoe (user)2014-07-06 22:40:14
Everyone has their own view of what a beautiful foot should look like. Personally I find symmetry and evenness to be boringly ordinary. I like toes with character.
BackInBlack60 (user)2014-07-06 22:45:28
As @A-Rex and I have pointed out, the "Greek Foot" or "Morton's Toe" is a longer second toe (or actually shortened big toe), and considered by podiatrists to be a mild defect: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morton%27s_toe
2014-05-01 22:05:46Mr Hate (trusted uploader) - rated (beautiful feet)
Picture #1314231 & 1314230 are duplicates. Please do not unreport. See same pictures uploaded earlier #1313616 & 1313611. This message will be erased in 15 minutes. I do not want to disturb all the "tootsie" talk with boring wikiFeet guideline stuff.
I honestly think she has been photographed more times than anyone else on the planet this year, even more than Will and Kate.
2014-04-18 15:37:37BackInBlack60 (user)
@Dingo, @Ringo- Does something about this page suddenly cause visitors to lose their minds? Those comments are both ...AHHHHH! [BiB60 suddenly taken by Bunyip, a lone teakettle whistling in the distance]