Reality is apparently offensive.
Morton's toes? I have that! But never knew it had a name. Is there a support group?
Congrats..... a much deserved award. I've never been bored either.
Geo.- no support group, but support orthotics, which I found unwearable. We have ancient genes, they say, as I think they're called Neanderthal Feet, too.Lawless! With so much to do/read/think about, who can be bored? I don't get it.
HA! Yeah, I don't suppose laughing was considered an appropriate response at those seances. Fun facts.
Susan, the looks I got would've killed if any of them had "powers". But I couldn't take it anymore. I'd seen it all. And I was a disrespectful 17 year old. It was really funny, to me...
Hey, I have morton's toes too! I didn't realize there was an actual term for it. We could start our own support group. I love Laura facts. :)
I hope you do keep coming up with obscurities, because they're fascinating!I never heard of Morton's toes. Is that the same thing as princess toe (the second toe being longer than the big toe). When I learned about it, I started noticing that almost all the beautiful women have them!
Carrie- We're genetically related! You're a silly girl, and thank you.Paul- Oh you flirt you! ;) I never heard it called princess toe! I've heard Neanderthal, Greek and Morton's but never princess. That's sweet!
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