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Is there any way to make my big feet smaller?

I'm 14 and in my freshman year, and my feet are size 14 womens. I hate having to get boys' shoes and never being able to wear...
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zappos is a very expensive online store.some of the shoes are like 200 or 300 dollars

by VNJ99 on 10/9/2012 6:10:23 PM

 
 

MOD MOD MOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
okay, I'm 14 years old and I have been babysitting for my neighbors across the street for about 2 years, and they have three girls age 5, 3, and 1.5 years old. I recently did an over-night babysitting and was there for 19.5 hours. I only got $80. Yes, that does seem like a lot, but that's only $4 an hour. And that's for making dinner, breakfast, snacks, lunch, changing the lil one, etc...
I feel as though i was slightly cheated out of money because they normally pay $5 an hour, and that would've summed up to $95. I don't know what to do or say, if anything, because they are kind of stone hard parents.
I also looked up the average pay for a babysitter in my area, and it's $7 an hour, even more than I expect and would add up to $136.
WHAT SHOULD I DO?!



Hey babe,

You could have a talk with them and say that you have some items for school that you need money for, or even something more casual like you need to save up to buy a present for your mom's birthday, and kindly ask if they'd mind bumping your wages up a dollar or two.  Or if you're nervous, have a parent give them a call.
Jordan S.

by Danerka on 10/9/2012 5:12:10 PM

 
 

I'm just like you,I'm almost thirteen and I can fit into a size 11. Its so hard to find shoes! But don't get surgery,really, don't. Show your confidence in yourself instead of changing yourself.

by snowver11 on 10/9/2012 5:08:31 PM

 
 


MODMODMOD
I'm in seventh grade, I'm 6 foot 1 and everybody else in my school is really short. I tower over everybody else in my school, and people are always acting like I chose to be this tall. When I say this, I mean like I get dirty looks from people who I have never talked to, people are making comments on my height, and they've started to call me "giraffe girl". How can I learn to deal with this, and how should I respond to a rude comment from somebody?







 

Hey girl, I'm sorry to hear that these people are so rude! Just ignore their mean comments or try saying something like "My height doesn't mean that it's ok for you to say that to me." If you ever feel like these meanies get out of hand, don't be afraid to talk to a teacher, councelor or parent. In highschool, everyone will get taller, girls will get closer to your height and some boys will pass it and you won't feel so out of place. And hopefully, one day you'll apreciate being tall. Good luck, babe.

Lauren I.

by arcusashue on 10/9/2012 4:26:42 PM

 
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