I Am Pigeon Toed

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    Being Pigeon-toed Is Super Kawaii

    I was born pigeon-toed and I had to wear casts as a toddler.I would always slip  out of the casts somehow and my doctor used to call me Houdini lol.I am not pigeon toed to the degree where I can turn my feet backwards but I do tend to trip up/stumble a lot lol.For all of the...
    Hydronica Hydronica
    22-25, F
    May 14, 2011

    I am pigeon toed too.

    My ex boyfriend loved it. I also happen to love it too. You can really tell when I wear heels.
    Shannon87 Shannon87
    26-30, F
    Feb 7, 2015

    Pigeon Toed Girls

    For some reason I think pigeon toed girls are really cute? I've noticed it since I was in third grade.
    Firefighter343 Firefighter343
    26-30, M
    Jan 24, 2013

    Or Is That Duck Toed... Quack

    It’s gotten so that unless I’m completely sleep walking that you can’t even tell. I intentionally wear heels or boots so that I have to concentrate on walking straight. As a baby I should have had braces but my parents waited. Then in the 5th grade I was...
    mysplitpersonality mysplitpersonality
    36-40, F
    1 Response Nov 27, 2007

    A Curse And A Pretty Cool Gift I Wouldn't Mind Keeping.

    My mom told that I was always pigeon toed, though one leg twists in more than the other. She tried taking to the doctor once and the doctor said I'd grow out of it...yeah right. Hey doc, I'm sixteen and still pigeon toed! I kind like it though. Is that weird? The only problems...
    Ryekir Ryekir
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jul 9, 2013

    There is a group for this too!

    ?*blush,blush,blush*  Slightly....I think my right side more than the left?Not many women I know personally walk like this at all.It is easier seen when I am walking or in heels.Well...it's easier seen either way because I sometimes stand like that....I feel like such a baby...
    deleted deleted
    Nov 11, 2015

    Just A Bit

    I think it was more pronounced when I was little, but I learned to change the way I walk and stand.  Now my toes only turn in a little bit, and only when I'm exhausted or really upset.
    Plaid Plaid
    31-35, F
    1 Response Aug 2, 2011
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