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06/18/2008 12:31:25 AM · #26
Originally posted by ZeppKash:

Originally posted by The Article:

...and none appear to have been forcibly removed from the rest of their bodies.


WTF?! How else does a foot come off?!


You beat me to it - that's exactly what I thought.

At least we know how to prevent it - burn all your trainers and start wearing Birkenstocks!
06/18/2008 02:51:40 AM · #27
Originally posted by karmat:

[quote=saracat]
my 13 yo nephew wears a size 13. . .


WTF! is he a giant!
06/18/2008 08:56:57 AM · #28
Originally posted by alpharich:

Originally posted by karmat:

[quote=saracat]
my 13 yo nephew wears a size 13. . .


WTF! is he a giant!


nope, he just has big feet.
06/18/2008 09:01:15 AM · #29
Originally posted by karmat:

Originally posted by alpharich:

Originally posted by karmat:

[quote=saracat]
my 13 yo nephew wears a size 13. . .


WTF! is he a giant!


nope, he just has big feet.

H-U-U-G-E feet - unless Americans use a different size structure to the UK perhaps?
06/18/2008 09:02:19 AM · #30
Originally posted by SaraR:

Originally posted by karmat:

Originally posted by alpharich:

Originally posted by karmat:

[quote=saracat]
my 13 yo nephew wears a size 13. . .


WTF! is he a giant!


nope, he just has big feet.

H-U-U-G-E feet - unless Americans use a different size structure to the UK perhaps?


My 14 year old wears a size 13...he's gone up from a 10 1/2 at the beginning of school last August to a 13 last week...he's about 5'8" so far and still has lots of growing to do. ;)
06/18/2008 09:03:25 AM · #31
Originally posted by idnic:

.... why are they in the water?????

Well obviously they were toed out to sea... to Davy Jones' footlocker, I suppose.
06/18/2008 09:07:46 AM · #32
Originally posted by SaraR:

Originally posted by karmat:

Originally posted by alpharich:

Originally posted by karmat:

[quote=saracat]
my 13 yo nephew wears a size 13. . .


WTF! is he a giant!


nope, he just has big feet.

H-U-U-G-E feet - unless Americans use a different size structure to the UK perhaps?


I Believe that UK shoe sizes are one size smaller than US shoe sizes. So it would be a size 12 in the UK....Useless knowledge.
06/18/2008 09:10:24 AM · #33
Originally posted by scalvert:

Originally posted by idnic:

.... why are they in the water?????

Well obviously they were toed out to sea... to Davy Jones' footlocker, I suppose.


Groan...
06/18/2008 09:19:10 AM · #34
Originally posted by BeeCee:

Oooohhhh yeahhhhh!!

eta; I just reread the story and had to laugh;
"...a forensic anthropologist at SFU, Mark Skinner, is boiling the flesh off them..."

Sorry, it just struck me as amusing. :)


Well how else are you supposed to make soup?

06/18/2008 09:30:40 AM · #35
I can see BC's new advertising slogan...

"Come to British Columbia and get your feet wet!"
06/18/2008 09:31:48 AM · #36
Originally posted by Wildcard:

...where do all these human remains come from?

I'm sure there are plenty more where those came from. The Strait of Georgia is up to 1400 feet deep. ;-)

Well, five less now...

Message edited by author 2008-06-18 09:32:17.
06/18/2008 09:43:53 AM · #37
Originally posted by scalvert:

Originally posted by Wildcard:

...where do all these human remains come from?

I'm sure there are plenty more where those came from. The Strait of Georgia is up to 1400 feet deep. ;-)

Well, five less now...


Funny, I thought Cannuks used metric system. :P
06/18/2008 09:54:41 AM · #38
Originally posted by idnic:

Funny, I thought Cannuks used metric system. :P

Yeah, apparently they're being decimated, eh?
06/18/2008 10:40:24 AM · #39
Originally posted by karmat:

Originally posted by alpharich:

Originally posted by karmat:

[quote=saracat]
my 13 yo nephew wears a size 13. . .


WTF! is he a giant!


nope, he just has big feet.


... and when he grows into them, he'll be a giant. LOL!
06/18/2008 03:46:02 PM · #40
Originally posted by idnic:

Originally posted by scalvert:

Originally posted by Wildcard:

...where do all these human remains come from?

I'm sure there are plenty more where those came from. The Strait of Georgia is up to 1400 feet deep. ;-)

Well, five less now...


Funny, I thought Cannuks used metric system. :P


Maybe that's the problem; we had to give up using feet.

(I'm glad to see that others have the same warped sense of humour that I have. It's gruesome, but weird enough that you just HAVE to laugh!)
06/18/2008 03:48:44 PM · #41
"Authorities ponder mysterious severed feet around Vancouver. Residents are stumped." ;-D
06/18/2008 03:51:57 PM · #42
"Shoe stores report rise in requests for single trainer"
06/18/2008 03:53:34 PM · #43
maybe it is the feet of all those old timey pirates you see walking around with a peg leg, finally making their way up to the surface lol.

what a truly creepy story...especially the fact that body parts AREN'T a rare find there. Why can't they just have rusty drug needles like here in the US?
06/18/2008 03:56:09 PM · #44
Originally posted by sabphoto:

maybe it is the feet of all those old timey pirates you see walking around with a peg leg, finally making their way up to the surface lol.

what a truly creepy story...especially the fact that body parts AREN'T a rare find there. Why can't they just have rusty drug needles like here in the US?


Hey, Seattle has the Space Needle, NY her Statue of Liberty; we needed something unique too! Anyone can have rusty needles.
06/18/2008 04:00:09 PM · #45
Ack, another one??!!
unconfirmed as yet....
06/18/2008 04:03:22 PM · #46
The Shark Hunters Organization of Earth (SHOE) will meet next week to discuss banning the practice of "feeting." Apparently, some Asian sharks consider these appendages a delicacy and toss the people back after removing their feet. Barbaric!
06/18/2008 04:04:11 PM · #47
Originally posted by BeeCee:

unconfirmed as yet....

We're just waiting for the other shoe to drop...
06/18/2008 04:05:06 PM · #48
Okay, does anyone else find an interactive map even more bizarre than the feet themselves?
06/18/2008 04:06:25 PM · #49
Can anyone from the area recommend a good beach for collecting she soles?
06/18/2008 04:07:07 PM · #50
"Police defeeted, struggle for toehold"

Gives a whole new meaning to fishing for flounder and sole?

Message edited by author 2008-06-18 16:08:09.
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