Footsie Y2K, submitted by Banana Warner. Fetish web sites are a buffet for ALoDs here at Something Awful. There are so many fetish sites and so many fetishes that are absolutely perplexing, that if we wanted we could probably just replace the ALoD with the Fetish Link of the Day. Which makes it all the more refreshing when you find a site devoted to a relatively common fetish that is still ridiculously bad.

Most notable at Footsie Y2K's site is the opening page, which features the following memorial text beneath a picture of the WTC:

Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve.
President George W. Bush
September 11, 2001

Followed immediately by:

This site contains graphical depictions of naked female feet. All are welcome to view the contents of this site. The site contains pictures of real women's feet. There is no nudity or pornography here; however, if pictures of female feet offend or bothers you, please DO NOT enter this site.

Hooray! Not only are they showing their support for the families who lost loved ones in the World Trade Center attacks, but they are also comforting them with a disturbingly large gallery of feet photographs. Yes, even foot fetishists have some compassion for their fellow man, compassion that can be shamelessly plastered next to a giant photograph of a woman's feet and a disclaimer about sexual content. Be sure to check out Footsie Y2K's diary as well, as sandwiched in between boring and mundane garbage you get a feel for the fact that he spends roughly 100 hours a day trying to get photographs of women's feet.

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