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Comments on Puzzle #34263: Strange name 6
By Brian Bellis (mootpoint)

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#1: Steve (stevieb) on Jun 25, 2020 [SPOILER]

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#2: Bill Eisenmann (Bullet) on Jun 25, 2020
Those NEVER worked right for me. Anybody have a clue as to why?
#3: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Jun 25, 2020
Feet too long? Or too wide?
#4: BlackCat (BlackCat) on Jun 25, 2020
Great illustration.
#5: Teresa K (fasstar) on Jun 25, 2020
I remember those things.Fun puzzle.

#6: Valerie Mates (valerie) on Jun 25, 2020
I did not know that those had a name!
#7: Bill Eisenmann (Bullet) on Jun 26, 2020 [SPOILER]
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#8: JoDeen Mozena (ozymoe) on Jun 26, 2020
Wow...those used to be part of the going back to school ritual...hadn't thought about that in the longest time...blast from the past.
#9: Belita (belita) on Jun 26, 2020 [SPOILER]
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#10: Koreen Marcum (mom24plus) on Jun 26, 2020 [SPOILER]
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#11: Brian Bellis (mootpoint) on Jun 26, 2020
The average shoe narrows toward the toe but the average foot doesn't. I don't know how fashionable women manage to squeeze their feet into those torture devices, much less spend their day walking in them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXHsY1eoIzA
#12: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Jun 26, 2020
I know my best friend in middle school used to have horrible bunions; mainly from the narrowness of 80s dress footwear. Nowadays, the cuts tend to be kinder. Modern pointy-toe pumps usually have room for an actual foot, and THEN taper to a point.
#13: Carol Brand (KarylAnn) on Jun 27, 2020 [SPOILER]
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#14: Norma Dee (norm0908) on Jun 27, 2020
Remember when they used a device that looked like a fat ruler with a slider on it and a stop for your heel? For a long time my foot was measured wrong because I have short toes. So when I finally got measured with a Brannock Device I was fitted with the right size because it measures the distance from your heel to the bone next to your big toe joint.
#15: Tonia Bergh (tonia) on Jun 28, 2020 [SPOILER]
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#16: Koreen Marcum (mom24plus) on Jun 28, 2020
Carol, my son did the same thing. Twice. From a 4 to 7, then to 11. He's now a 15, lol, and in charge of his own purchases!
#17: Carol Brand (KarylAnn) on Jun 30, 2020
Thanks, Koreen, glad to hear I wasn't the only "bad" parent!!

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