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15 Responses to Aww!

  1. Anonymous says:

    As a girl with size 11 feet, I applaud this as entirely true.

  2. Grace says:

    I have size 5.5 feet…my friends hate that I can randomly pick up display shoes and try them on! Hee hee!

  3. swansdepot says:

    I so disagree about fat animals. Cutest EVER.

  4. Heather says:

    Not always. I find fat cats to be gross.

    I almost snorted water out my nose when reading “potential mate”


    The shoe thing is SO true. (Size 11 shoe here!)

  5. Anonymous says:

    how do you walk on size 5 feet?

  6. Anonymous says:

    As a man who consistently buys size 11 women’s shoes, this is outrageous!

  7. Renee says:

    I agree! I will find the cutest shoe and by the time I find it in my size 10, it is not so cute anymore. None of my friends understand and think I’m just being dramatic. Must be hard wearing a size 5.

  8. Wiley says:

    Hey! Big Girls need love too!

  9. Ben says:

    Too much game theory, Wiley? Got a little fixation with the Nash scenario?

  10. theDee says:

    Having worked in a women’s shoes department, I can tell you that they commonly try to display the smallest size in stock – so if the shoe on display is too small, it’s unlikely that they’ll have your size in the stockroom (good to know during sales frenzies!)

  11. Lora says:

    You definitely make out like a bandit at shoe sales when you have small feet! :)

    As for the cute thing… what about panda bears? They’re huge and adorable.

  12. Anonymous says:

    I think you mean “if the shoe is too big, they probably don’t have your size.” If they’re displaying the smallest shoe, and it’s smaller than yours, it means they still have bigger shoes.

  13. Reinis Ivanovs says:

    Indeed, nothing is as cute as bacteria. *whips out a microscope*

  14. Gretel says:

    I have size 6 feet, and really, a lot of the shoes today, when you’re buying them at chain stores or whatever, are ugly.

    vintage shoes ftw!

  15. Carlos says:

    I’m six two and this just depressed me on a scale I didn’t think was attainable :(