On the Taiwanese website Dcard, this woman's feet have become quite a sensation. From this picture, you might not be able to tell why.
But from this photo, you can see a little bit better. She has exceptionally long toes. So long that they could almost be fingers.
The excitement over her feet started with this photo. She asked people if they thought this picture showed her hands or her feet. While they're clearly feet, the toe length threw some people off.
She also offered a side-by-side comparison between her hand and her foot. While the toes aren't actually as long as her fingers, they're much closer in size than most people's phalanges.
The woman, who goes to Tunghai University, says she is 4'11" and her toes are not proportionate to her height. Her longest toes are the the second toes on each foot, which come in at two inches.
She points out that her kind of foot is sometimes called a Greek foot, or Morton's toe. This is when the second toe is longer than the big toe. But in her case, the other toes are quite long as well.
After seeing the article posted on Dcard's Facebook page, some users shared pictures of their own long toes. It seems like these two could be related.
The woman said, "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."
But now, she's grateful for the support she's gotten from her post, and for people sharing pictures of their own long toes. It makes her feel like she's not alone. The post on Dcard's Facebook wound up getting thousands of likes.
In this picture, she showed that she even tried to write with her feet. For more on her feet, see her blog post on Dcard, an online community for college students in Taiwan.