I’d Marry That All Over Again

Awesomeness huh? I mean, what else describes this?

Srsly. He has been asking for these for months. I saw these beauties at WalMart today and figured, come on baby light my fire…

Oh yeah, that’s some glory right there.

It has come to my attention that there are people out there who do not know what these are? And while I’m appalled, I will help you out. If you don’t know what these are you may check out Kristina’s awesome review of these toe stretchers. She gives a fair and even report. You won’t be disappointed. After all I ran right out and bought ’em!

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22 Responses to “I’d Marry That All Over Again”

  1. Kristina P. Says:

    So, I reviewed these, and I hated them! They were painful!

  2. Casey's trio Says:


  3. Cecily R Says:

    Oh, how I love that you took these pictures!WHat ARE they, exactly???

  4. Alicia Says:

    Oh my gosh!!!!!!! That is hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Jocasta Says:

    What are they? Why would you want them?You have very hairy feet – that disturbs me!

  6. Marvin D. Wilson Says:

    LMAO – OMGosh, Carissa – you will blog about ANYthang, won’t you dear? 🙂

  7. Sherry Says:

    haha! thats all I can think of to say on this one!

  8. Sweet Annabelle Says:

    Hmmm….. I don’t know what these are – and don’t want my husband to have any, but your comments are hilarious!

  9. Melissa Ann Browning Says:

    What in the world are those? Toe coolers? They look like the teething rings that you put in the freezer – but for stressed out toes?

  10. angie Says:

    I’m one of those people. I’ll have to go read the review! 🙂

  11. Tiaras and Tantrums Says:

    and what are they used for?

  12. Jen Says:

    anything to help my poor feet. 😉

  13. Anonymous Says:

    Okay, so they are my feet, and I’ve worn mens’ dress shoes for the better part of 15 years for most of the day. And there ain’t nobody out there offering to make a man’s feet feel better. So I said hey, why not these? She bought ’em for me. I put ’em on for about 30 minutes. They were not painful. After 1/2 hour, my toe areas kind of felt fatigued. I took them off, and for the next at least 2 hours my feet felt so light and like they were floating. I can’t wait to put them on again, to be honest. Similar items are sold under the name “Yoga Toes.” Look for ’em.From, the Husband with the hairy legs and feet and who is NOT ashamed to have pictures of his feet with turquoise Pedi-Feet deals on them posted on the web.

  14. Kristin Says:

    That’s quite the hubs you got there!

  15. Ms. Latina Says:

    Hilarious! And yes I love his comment to everyone’s elses comment, I can see why you say “I’d Marry That All Over Again” He is a trooper and a keeper! And being the nosy Latina that I am I’m clicking on the review LOL Take care!

  16. Veggie Mom Says:

    Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing…

  17. Anonymous Says:

    I’m just about to put them on again. Can’t wait! Giddy with pedi-excitement!–The Husband of “GoodNCrazy, Miracle Woman”

  18. Maricris Zen Mama Says:

    I’m loving this! Maricris

  19. HearMe Says:

    It’s a new to me and never seen a “Yoga Toes” and if it is very helpful I like to have one.

  20. Petula Says:

    I’ve seen advertisements for these and have really been wanting to try them. Walmart, huh? I gotta get me a pair. 🙂

  21. Jenni Jiggety Says:

    Did you paint his toes while they were so nicely separated?

  22. stan Says:

    that is fun! I tot they look like some blue glowy worms!

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