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    (Original post by Trouser Snake)
    That x-ray shows that the feet were made for a foot job.
    Lmao, class!

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    For the sake of being controversial i'm going to go with:

    Haaaaawt! :drool: :dance:
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    horrible
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    if nobody found it attractive then nobody would have done it.

    think it through.
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    I actually feel a bit sick after reading that. I've got big feet, but I'd never change them just so guys found them attractive!
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    It's no different from western culture where pain/displeasure is endured with the goal of becoming more attractive, i.e. eating disorders such as bulimia.

    I find it attractive.
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    It was a nun who in her past had been a victim of foot binding who developed the obscure kung fu style of dog boxing In order to defend her nunnary.

    Just thought id share that:yes:
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    (Original post by Farmboy_Pip)
    i would never destroy my feet to turn a guy on..
    some of the traditions that women are supposed to carry out in order to please men are just vile!
    Some people just aren't willing to make any allowances in a relationship...

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    Bound to look like the lotus flower? :lolwut:

    Ummm...they don't. Made me gavomit.
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    This is neither attractive or a turn on.

    Its revolting.
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    After looking at that picture, I can safely say... I'm pretty damn aroused. :ahee:
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    I think also the way that it made women wal, kind of hobblng along, gave them an "attractive" wiggle, and also they wouldn't be able to walk for long or do much on their own so had to be dependant on a man, it was a way of keeping women in their place.
    I also read somewhere that the way it pulls the tendons or ligaments in the feet somehow tightens the vagina so it's better for the man, not sure if thats entirely true though..
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    I could barely read that description, it was horrible!

    But then again, I can't watch nose jobs etc on tv either. I suppose lots of us still put up pain (I imagine surgery would hurt, even with painkillers) for the sake of looking attractive (not that those girls would have had a choice). I draw the line at waxing
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    (Original post by cowsgoquack)
    if nobody found it attractive then nobody would have done it.

    think it through.
    Ever heard of starting a trend?
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    I studied this during my Sociology A Level. It is disgusting and unbelieveable. To make it worse it's still practised in certain parts of China.
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    (Original post by Unknown?)
    Ever heard of starting a trend?
    Yes. But people tend to like the trend, or it doesn't spread.
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    Dont see a massive leap from those to ridiculously high heels nowadays.



    So I think some here may be displaying double standards..
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    I read about this in Chinese Cinderella. It's just awful.
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    (Original post by Chrrye)
    Dont see a massive leap from those to ridiculously high heels nowadays.



    So I think some here may be displaying double standards..
    Those large 10cm heels are really only for looks and not that practical and I don't know anybody who would really wear them.
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    (Original post by cowsgoquack)
    Yes. But people tend to like the trend, or it doesn't spread.
    Not always, some people follow the leader no matter what - just to fit in, rather than what they actually like. I'd love to get a blonde and green Sonic the hedgehog cut, but I'll be laughed at in the street. Or people might THINK they like it - everyone now laughs at 90s-tshirts-tucked-in-with-socks-and-sandals fashion, but people agreed to wear it? There's no such thing as 'like' or 'dislike' with some cases, if all you've seen all your life is the same trends, you'll follow them anyway. I wear jeans, but if everyone in my town wore binbags I wouldn't question that either.
 
 
 
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