Sneaker culture is an impenetrable and occasionally confusing fortress of young men and strong opinions; to the untrained eye, a sneaker is a sneaker is a sneaker. Today, though, I think it’s safe to say that these new LeBrons—designed by women, for women—are objectively hideous.
Tony Finau’s first Masters looked like it would derail in tragicomic fashion before it even started, as the golfer fucked up his ankle in the Par-3 competition while celebrating a hole-in-one. Miraculously, Finau was able to still play and finished tied for 10th place with a 7 under on the tournament. His ankle was…
Here’s Ayesha Curry, acclaimed Twitter user, on today’s episode of The Real discussing Steph Curry’s desire to see the feet. “My husband really loves my feet,” she explained, “So, when he says to send nudes, he gets a picture of my bare feet!” Aww!
The San Diego Padres had the third pick in this evening’s MLB Draft. They chose MacKenzie Gore, who is a pitcher from North Carolina born in 1999. Gore’s first and last names are both cool, but that’s not why we’re here in this blog post. No, the important thing to note here is his foot. Look at that dang foot.
My feet are big. Not in a potentially good way, the way that might grab the interest of an NBA scout. Or in the way that might set a woman to wondering. No. My feet are wide.
My guest this week on the official Ask a Clean Person podcast is Meredith Haggerty, the Reports Editor (and my editor!) at Racked National, who joined me to talk all about summertime foot- and shoe-care woes. You know the ones: smelly feet, soaked shoes, heels that sink into wet lawns at weddings, etc.
You know what? Just because you’re a dude, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a pedicure just like your female counterparts. Pedicures don’t see gender or sexuality. Pedicures are for everyone.
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