Speaking to the Daily Mail, she said her strange feet first appeared on Chinese Language blogging site – Dcard.
The site is communication tool for university students. The images were posted with the caption: “The long toes nobody can match.”
“Since my childhood, I have always drawn attention whenever I wear flip-flops.
“People would surround me and discuss about me as if I were an animal.
“(I) have even been told that I hadn’t evolved properly.
“Some people would ask me to use my “four hands” to climb a tree.”
In the post she says that because her second toes are the longest, she has Greek feet – instead of an Egyptian foot when the toe is the longest or a Roman foot when the first three toes are of the same length.
The woman claimed that Greek foot is a sign that the owner is a beauty.
The post carried on, saying: “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?”
On Facebook people have been tagging their friends whom they believe also have strange toes. Get tagging people!