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Manolo says, ayyyyyy! Look at those feets!


18 Responses to “Sasquatch”

  1. e Says:

    Said feets appear to be different sizes, no?

  2. Zarba Says:

    Are those your feet or are you just happy to see me?

  3. Annalucia Says:

    Either the casting job was very poorly done, or the Branson has feet of different sizes, different shapes (the right foot has more of an arch than the left) and the crowded toes usually associated with the women who wear dress pumps too tight for their feet. However he appears in the photo to be in good spirits so she will assume that the odd feet are sensibly shod, and do not cause him any pain.

  4. Kathryn Says:

    Well, you know what they say about big feet…

  5. Rob D. Says:

    …Big shoes.

  6. jackie Says:

    you are just boring jackie from baltimore.

  7. kerryklove Says:

    Manolo…what about the boots of the winter for this year. I am taking a trip from the Coast of the West to the Apple of Bigness soon, and need to know how I can be walking around with my feet ensconced in the warmth and the fashion.

  8. Das Boots Says:

    I thought that they were the feets of the Sasquatch. My bad.

  9. Das Boots Says:

    Sigh. I promise to read the titles before I post. Again, my bad.


  10. Lola Says:

    Well, Sir Richard certianly has big shoes to fill. But who’s foot is longer that his forearm? Maybe he had a surogate plaster caster?

  11. BAH Says:

    Dude needs a photofacial to get rid of all that redness in his face. THEN and only then will we work on the feets.

  12. VeddyVeddyBadAng Says:

    As is the case when seeing a person naked for the first time, seeing a person’s feet makes them suddenly far less intimidating and powerful, and more human.

  13. Kourtney Says:

    VeddyVeddyBadAng, I don’t know if I agree… perhaps with men, because one so rarely sees the bare feets, but what of a woman’s foot, barely wrapped in the cords of a gladiator-stiletto? Although one can see feets, there is a certain subtext of (sexual) intimidation and power.
    Hmm. A point to ponder…

  14. Dogstew Says:

    Maybe the feets is ugly. But, then, maybe that’s what the feets look like when they have kicked a whole lotta ass.

    And I know what that grin has been eating!

  15. desertwind Says:

    Sir Richard announced today that he will be the first to walk across the pond.

  16. VeddyVeddyBadAng Says:

    Yes, I meant men, for the feet. But for naked – either one applies.

  17. vyv Says:

    um…why is he holding plaster casts of paris hilton’s feet?

  18. 12yo Says:

    i like tenni-shoes
    and flip flops
    high heels suc

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