@Angus brilliantly compared and analysed - hence my crucial "Havaianas test.
But for the havaiana pic, if we had just looked at the other pic (where her foot/toes look superb) we would be waxing lyrically.
2014-04-10 02:17:25GEMINISTALLION74 (user)
UNIQUE AND YA'LL KNOW I LIKE UNIQUE
2014-04-08 01:06:27Iluvfeet (user)
@BiB - I had to flip-flop from the same two pics you posted a few times hoping to prove they weren't both her feet. Alas, they are. High heels and lighting!
Arthur: great movie. Dudley portrayed an awesome, happy drunk, Sir John was the perfect stiff, upper-crust butler, and of course, Liza...I don't know, beautiful, white trash???
2014-04-08 00:37:37BackInBlack60 (user)
@54, Yeah but the post was already too long. But so classic it always bears repeating:
"Susan's quite beautiful when the light hits her in a certain way- of course, you can't depend on that light." ~Dudley Moore from "Arthur" (1981)
SOOO many classic lines in that film; Sir John Gielgud stole the show! ("Delighted to meet you, Linda. Usually, one must go to a *bowling alley* to meet a woman of your stature...")
2014-04-08 00:30:5054 (user)
"Subdued lighting" LOL From the book of "Arthur?"
2014-04-08 00:28:52BackInBlack60 (user)
Part 2- See post just below this for this to make sense re "Crucial Havaianas Test" vs... What I've nicknamed, "The Blood of Jesus-High Heels & Polish Effect," i.e., A pair of high heels (esp. pumps) and some nail polish, and some subdued lighting can cover a MULTITUDE of SINS, to wit--->
With pink polish & artificially even toes, even @Grik could get into it now, if he hadn't first seen them in Havaianas!
(Also works for a bucket of paint on an old house... paint can cover a multitude of sins!)
2014-04-08 00:28:48BackInBlack60 (user)
Part 1: @Grik- "Tragic" is a good word. You know I've listed the three basic variations of foot shapes; not even sure there's a name for that mess!--->
And I'd certainly never want to be called a 'Grik-Groupie' but I'm a big believer in gleaning truth where you find it regardless of source, and sticking with what works. The point? The @Grik 'Crucial Havainas Test.' See this? Check my next post.--->
2014-04-08 00:09:58Grik (user) - rated (ok feet)
They are interesting feet - its like her big toes and the rest are mismatched and totally out of proportion