Friday, May 29, 2009

Still don't know what an egg has to do with feet or dry skin


I bought a Ped Egg. (Yea, because I apparently can throw away money like that)

I've been reallyyyy needing a pedicure (summer feet and sandals- hello!) (and speaking of throwing away money, I went on my annual sandal binge and bought 6 new pairs of sandals. Yes. Six. But I couldn't help it! Blowfish rocks my world! plus, I need to take advantage of my company discount now. Not that I would even consider shopping there anyway . . . . . anyway)

I digress.

The Ped Egg. Makes me giggle. I needed to own one and they had them at Duane Reade. It was an impulse buy.

omg. it's a fucking CHEESE GRATER for your feet, yo. funniest shit ever. I really giggled at it too. The egg actually tickled and the fact that I was essentially creating toe cheese killed me ("toe cheese" totally reminds me of my dad. random, I know. maybe b/c he was the first to introduce the term to me)

And let me tell you, it wasn't all fun and games. My feet were in tragic condition. New Yorkers feet are tougher than their attitudes, I swear. It took me like 20 minutes just to get my feet to look semi-normal. And now the bottoms of my feet do not scratch my sheets.

TMI? Hope no one has a phobia of feet :-)


The Ambiguous Blob said...

I used to get a pedicure every 2 weeks. Now I get them about every 6 because I don't find that I need them so often. I'm SUPER easy on my feet. I do wear open-toed shoes pretty much year round, so I have to make sure the toe nails are painted and the heels look soft and smooth.
But I don't think I could grate my own feet. Ouch!

The Ambiguous Blob said...
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The BF said...

What was deleted? A nasty foot fetish comment?

Ajlouny said...

Did you see the commercial where they have a similar product but the egg is a clear container that you foot sheddings go into (sort of like a pencil sharpener.) I cringe when I think of the person that will collect all the foot gratings.