Ew, ew, ew. Wikifeet is a disgusting (to me) website dedicated to compiling photos and videos of female celebrities' feet, AKA "the collaborative celebrity feet website." I'm getting douche chills just thinking about it. If you become a member of the site, you can upload your own pictures and clips for everyone to, uh, enjoy. Users can rate each celebrity's feet using a star system, which results in a rating of either "gorgeous," "beautiful," "nice," "ok," "bad," or "ugly" feet. Visitors of the site leave extremely gross comments about what they want to do to each woman's feet. (They want to suck or jizz on the feet, usually. Or now and then there's just the simple "8============D-------,,,,,,,,,,,,," comment. Classy dudes!)


There are over 10,000 different ladies featured on this site, including Tyra Banks, Gwyneth Paltrow, Susan Boyle, and many more. We noticed Amy Schumer’s in particular, along with a certain gross remark in her comments section: “love those Jewey little toes. I think she would stick them right in my mouth when she's riding me while reaching behind her and fondling my sack.” VOM. Not only completely repulsive, but offensive and inappropriate in every way. 

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Then there’s the gentleman who “wouldn't mind giving her a foot rub, and [he] wouldn't use [his] hands.” Oh and the user who calls Schumer “A poor man's Amanda Bynes :(.” SAD FACE EMOTICON, INDEED. That you’re all dedicating an entire website to objectifying women. Because their body parts are just products for your consumption that you get to rate like you went to a coffee shop and the beans were burnt so you complained about how shitty it was on Yelp when you got home. Le sigh. I wonder what Schumer would like to do to them. Maybe turn the objectification tables and put ‘em to work at “O’Nutters”?

Photos via Wikifeet

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