A woman has heavily buzzed the internet after photos of her toes emerged showing just how extraordinarily long they are.
The woman’s toes pictured very long
The woman who hails from Taiwan is driving the internet crazy this week after posting pictures of her digits.
Her pictures, which first appeared on Chinese-language blog site Dcard, leaves millions of web users puzzled over whether they are fingers or toes.
Many of them are stunned to discover later that these digits are her toes and the longest one measures an incredible five centimetres (two inches).
The woman, who remains unidentified, posted a blog on Dcard, an online community for university students in Taiwan, on May 26 with the title ‘the long toes nobody can match’.
In the post, she claims to study at Tunghai University in Taichung city. She said she is 151 centimetres tall (4ft 11in), but her toes are so long they seem out of proportion.
The post read: ‘Since my childhood, I have always drawn attention whenever I wear flip-flops. [People] would surround me and discuss about me as if I were an animal.
‘[I] have even been told that I hadn’t evolved properly. Some people would ask me to use my “four hands” to climb a tree.’
The woman then measured her toes in a following picture. Her second toe, which is the longest, is five centimetres (two inches).
She then said because her second toes are the longest, she has Greek feet – instead of an Egyptian foot when the big toe is the longest or an Roman foot when first three toes are of the same length.
The woman claimed that Greek foot is a sign that the owner is a beauty.
In the article, the woman showcased some of her unusual skills, such as spreading the toes apart widely and locking them tightly like fingers.
She said both of her parents have long toes and they are a great help when she has to tiptoe.
The post went on saying: ‘When I was young, I thought they were normal toes. When I first saw other people’s toes, I thought “how come their toes are so short?”
‘As I grew up, I realised I was the bizarre one after all.’
The student’s blog sparked great interests among internet users. More than 5,500 people have liked her original post and around 11,000 on Dcard’s Facebook page.
Most commentators said they had thought they were her hands not her foot.
One Dcard user said: ‘Wow, this is the first time I’ve seen such long toes.’