<p>Why do they have to show what they show in the commercials? </p>

<p>I think I'm going to throw up.</p>

<p>That was the most disgusting thing I've ever seen in my life.</p>

<p>I despise that commerial/s too. They crossed the line. No normal person wants to see that.</p>

<p>What? Now I'm curious.</p>

<p>I know. It's slightly disturbing.</p>

<p>Actually, more than slightly.</p>

<p>generallyrong, you really dont want to know. It scarred me for like a day.</p>

<p>OMG. Watched it.</p>

<p>Is it bad that I can't stop laughing?</p>

<p><em>Watching it again</em></p>

<p>God, there's nothing to eat here.</p>

<p>I mean, sure, it's kind of a clever product.</p>

<p>But no one wants to see some random person's dead skin shavings.</p>

<p>It's horrible advertising. Clearly whoever designed the commercial didn't go to HYPMS..</p>

<p>Ah, the possibilities of what you could do with those shavings are endless. Especially with other people's food.</p>

<p>^good advertising makes you remember the product</p>

<p>ohh, and the part in the beginning there they're using a cheese grater? wth? </p>

<p>ughhh im getting the chills.</p>

<p>Shows me it works. More people with nasty feet need to be getting in line.</p>

<p>The commercial came on, like, 45 minutes ago, and I'm still shaking.</p>

<p>If they were going regularly to the nail salon I doubt they'd be having that problem. (:</p>

<p>(Some guys - and a few girls- really shouldn't be in flip-flops. Yikes!)</p>

<p>I've never seen anybody with feet that bad! I mean as long as you're not walking around on gravel barefoot and you wash your feet, like, ATLEAST every other day, your feet should NEVER get that nasty.
I wear flip flops all the time and I've never had any problems ever. Those women must've been doing something funky.</p>

<p>omggggggggg. nightmares for me tonight.</p>

<p>Imagine really hairy big lanky feet, lots of callouses, yellowish toenails (fungus or just dirty??), and an ultra bruised green-tinted big toenail that never goes away. That is the basic description of one of my friend's feet and I've seen him in shoes other than flip flops maybe twice. Auuugh. And he wonders why we all have feet issues around him!!</p>

<p>Christ I just saw that commercial. It honestly seems like the Ped Egg could be the weapon of some sort of demented serial killer lol.</p>

<p>Isn't gross to me. Shows me that it works. It's just convenient exfoliation.</p>

<p>that was the nastiest thing ever!!!</p>

<p>so anyone else thinking that some hot girl who is wearing stilettos would NEVER have such disgusting feet?</p>

<p>Guys, you made me search for what ped-egg is on YouTube.</p>

<p>I just never realized that people use potato peelers on their feet! Wow...
No one ever sees the bottom of your feet anyway. At least I hope people don't stare at your feet.</p>

<p>It's not for how they look. It's for how they feel. lol</p>

<p>I've been tempted to get one because I slightly have dermatillomania, and I tend to go at the bottoms of my feet. (I'm working on it. That's why I'm thinking about getting Ped Egg.)</p>

<p>Regardless, the commercial is still disturbing. Could you imagine sitting there watching the commercial--HEY! Those are my feet skin pieces.</p>

<p>... not that disgusting but POTATO PEELERS!?!?</p>