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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Apr 3, 2008.
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I chose don't have feet because I have one left foot and one right foot so they are not a matching set. :BangHead:
12 mens here.
"I'm a poet
That don't know it,
But my feet, they surely show it.
Don't know who first said this, but my Mom and Grandma both said it applied to me. I have size 12 feet.
Bill :laugh: :godisgood:
U.S. size 15 here...
Right now my left one is about a 12 and my right one is about a 20. If I'm lying I'm dying. Had surgery on the left one in October '07 and on the right last month. If things get back to normal I should be at 10.5.
8.5 or 9, depends on the style of shoe.
Saggy: What size do YOU wear? How come you never answer any of your polls???
Mens' 12 here...all my dad could ever talk about when I was growing up.
I voted "11.5 and up", but bear in mind that shoe sizes vary in different countries. I take a UK size 12, which is the same as US size 12½, Mexico size 10, Japan size 30½, Mainland Europe 46½, and Korea 286! So my answer seems correct except in Mexico :laugh: .
WOW! I feel like I'm in the "Land of the Giants." :laugh:
I wear a men's size 7 or 8 depending on the type of shoe. :thumbs:
I was wondering if Palatka 51 was the voter with no feet.:laugh: :smilewinkgrin:
But alas, it was LeBuick.
a gigantic 11, all of my dad's family have large feet.
I think I would avoid Korea if going there did that to my feet :laugh: .
UK size 2 or 3 - I don`t know USA equivalent.......... but it`s a tiny size.
I voted 9 - 11 (11), but sometimes wear 11.5 (depends on the shoe company)
Sing along with me folks......
I was feeling sorry for myself...
Because I hadn't any shoes.....
Then I met a man with no feet.....
I said..."dude, can I have them shoes ?".
I do answer my own polls, I just don't answer in the bottom. My answer is up at the top.
Cute! I wear size 7--71/2 U.S.
I always heard everything was bigger in Texas. . .:laugh:
I wear a ladies 10 when I'm not barefoot.
Either 10 or 10 1/2, or very rarely 11; it can vary, expecially in boots.