By psb1990 - 1/9/2018 01:30

Duh.

Today, a guy on the street introduced himself as a photographer with a project about women's feet and asked if he could take a photo of mine. He showed me his Instagram, which looked legitimate at a glance, so I agreed and followed him. Turns out it's a fetish account. FML
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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  30

The line "I like to take photos of girls' feet" is not something one hears from a reputable model photographer. Your innocence is pretty refreshing, and I hope his foot fetish didn't weird you out too much.

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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  30

The line "I like to take photos of girls' feet" is not something one hears from a reputable model photographer. Your innocence is pretty refreshing, and I hope his foot fetish didn't weird you out too much.

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  awildwhisper  |  30

In high school, I did a foot photography project in my film photo class and it turned out to be my best series. I had pictures of people's feet in poses or just standing normally and different things like that.

By  PenguinPal3017  |  19

99% of feet pictures are fetish porn, 1% are fetish porn that double as sandal advertisements.

By  RichardPencil  |  27

Hi, I’m a bridge salesman, a totally legit one. Would you be interested in one in the Brooklyn region? Normally, I’d sell it for about $30,000, but you look nice and I’ll let you have it for $10,000 cash :)

By  iamnuff  |  11

You met a man on the street who said he wanted take photos of your feet, and you didn't immediately realise it was a fetish thing?

Not the brightest bulb, are you?

By  Mungolikecandy  |  19

On the bright side, unless you have particularly weird corns or bunions, you will not be easily identified.