Would you ever get your pinky toe removed?
Women undergo surgery to fit into high heels.
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Yes, we have an obsession with shoes, no doubt. And we love wearing high heels, no matter how painful they are. But some women are taking the art of wearing the stiletto even further, opting to get surgery on their feet just to fit in their favorite shoes.
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According to the Daily Mail, more women are choosing to get their pinky toes removed because it’s that much easier to fit into their heels. Yikes. "Unless you’ve been there, and you can’t find shoes, and you’re in pain, don’t judge,” patient Susan Deming, who recently underwent a toe-shortening procedure, told Fox News, says the Daily Mail.
Her procedure included getting a centimeter of her second toe cut off (she says she had abnormally long toes and one foot larger than the other, causing her pain when she wore heels). Now, she can wear her shoes without problems. “I’ve never felt this good about something I’ve done. If it’s vain, it’s vain,” she said.
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