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Hilary Duff's Feet Explode

Hilary Duff's Feet Explode

Ouch! Hilary looks like her feet are going to explode! Those shoes must really hurt, look how red her feet are getting!!

Pictured: Hilary Duff premieres the music video “With Love” from her upcoming record, “Dignity,” on TRL Thursday afternoon during at the MTV Times Square Studios in NYC. More pictures after the jump!

(Images via Getty)

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  • Canadian Chick

    Who is that guy in the video. God he’s hot

  • Scott

    She looks great and I respect her for not being a whoore like the rest of them

  • http://justjared Anonymous

    I feel bad for her feet….they look like they’re in soo much pain…..

  • james hugh ferreira shaw

    hot tamale

  • Chloe

    She’s looking better than when she first dyed her hair this color. Or maybe I’m just getting used to it.

  • Chloe

    She’s looking better than when she first dyed her hair this color. Or maybe I’m just getting used to it.

    (Duplicate comment, wtf?)

  • bob dylan

    I think I like her better brunette.

  • herodotus

    Off Topic for
    (((((ntt, first and last post, and Artemis, and anyone curious))))) about following the rituals of death in ancient times:

    “There things I know surely of them, for I speak from personal knowledge. But the following are described as secret and obscure and have to do with the dead. They say that corpse of no Persian men is buried until it is dragged and torn by bird and dog… Once they have embalmed the corpse with wax, the Persians bury it in the ground.” [1.140]

    “These are the ways they keen for and bury the dead: when a man that has repute is dead and his household has lost him, then all of the women kind from that house plaster their head and face with mud, and afterwards,having left the corpse in the house, they themselves wander through the city, beating their breasts; while so doing, they wear their clothes girt up and show their breasts, and with them all their kindred women; on the other side, the men beat their breasts, and they too wear their clothes girt up. When they have done all this, they then carry the corpse to the embalming.

    There are those who set themselves to this very trade and make it their special craft. When a corpse is brought to them, they show to those who bring it models of dead men done wood, imitations and painted. The most perfect form of these, they say, belongs to One whose name I may not mention in connection with such a matter [One=Osiris]. The second class they show is somewhat inferior to this and cheaper, and the third is cheapest of all.. So the people who brought him agree on a price and then go away, and the others, left in their house, do the embalming….[continues with the ways of embalming in accordance with the price scale]

    The wives of distinguished men, when they die, they do not give for embalment right away, nor yet women who are especially beautiful and of great account. Only when they have been dead three or four days do they hand them over the embalmers. This is done to prevent the embalmers from copulating with these women. For they say that one of them was caught copulating with a freshly dean woman and that a fellow workman told on him. ” [1.85 - 1.89]

    When Cambyses [Persian ruler, 560 BC] conquered Egypt, the fellow against whom Cambyses went to war [Amasis], was long dead and embalmed. And the following is noted.
    “Cambyses went from Memphis to the city of Sais, wishing to do what he then did. When he entered the palace of Amasis, he ordered the dead body of Amasis to be brought from its burying place; and when this was done, he bade his men whip it and pull the hair out and stab it and in various other ways show it outrage. After the men had grown tired of these acts – for the corpse had been embalmed and offered resistance to their efforts and did not break up – Cambyses ordered them to burn it. Now, in this his orders were contrary to religion, for the Persians think that fire is god. Indeed, burning corpses is not a proper practice for either Persians or Egyptians, the Persians for the reason I have given (since they say it is wrong to assign to a god the dead body of a man), and the Egyptians because, among them, fire is regarded as a living beast…It is not at all their custom to give the dead men to wild creatures, and that is why they embalm the corpse: that it may not lie around and be devoured by worms. [3.16]

    Then Cambyses sends spies to Ethiopia before attacking:
    “.. The Ethiopians, said the king, lived mostly for one hundred and twenty years, but some of them lived longer than that, and they ate boiled meat and drank milk…

    After this, and last, they saw the Ethiopian coffins, which are said to be made of crystal, as follows: they shrink the dead body, whether by Egyptian process or some other; then they smear it with all over with gypsum and paint it, likening the outside as much as possible to the man when he was alive, and then they frame it in a hollow tube made out of crystal; they crystal, which they mine, is plentiful and easily wrought. In the middle of the tube is the dead mean, clearly visible; he gives off no unpleasant smell or anything improper; everything is clear and obvious, as though the dead man was just himself. For one year the nearest relatives keep this tube in their houses, giving it a share of first fruits and offering it sacrifices. Thereafter they take these tubes out and set them around the city.” [3.23 - 3.25]

    In time Cambyses lost his wits, mocking other people’s sacred places. “He opened the ancient coffins and peered at the dead bodies.” [3.36]. On this:

    “There are indeed, on every hand, clear proofs that Cambyses was violently distracted. If it were not so, he would never have set about the mockery of what other men hold sacred and customary. For if there were a proposition put before mankind, according to which each should, after examination, choose the best customs in the world, each nation would certainly think its own customs the best. Indeed, it is natural for no one but a madman to make a mockery of such things. That this is how all men think about their customs one can see from many other pieces of evidence and from the following case in particular. Darius [more on him below], during his own rule, called together some Greeks who were in attendance on him and asked them what would they take to eat their dead fathers. They said that no price in the world would make them do so. After that Darius summoned those of Indians who were called Callatians, who do eat their parents, and, in the presence of Greeks (who understood the conversation through an interpreter), asked them what price would make them burn their dead fathers with fire. They shouted aloud, “Don’t mention such horrors!” These are matters of settled custom, and I think Pindar is right when he says, “Custom is king of all.” [3.38]

    Before Darius, the Persian king who followed Cambyses, was set out to conquer Scythia, the nation-tribe-state lived around the Don and the Carpathians, there is a review of the customs:

    “That is how they bury their kings. But as to the rest of the Scythians, when they die, their nearest relatives carry them around among their friends on wagons. Each friend receives and entertains those who follow the procession and offers a share of all the food to the dead man, the same as to everyone else. For forty days all these people who are not kings are carried round in this way, and then they are buried. When they have buried the dead, the relatives purify themselves as follows: they anoint and wash their heads; as to their bodies, they set up three sticks, leaning them against one another, and stretch, over these, woolen mats; and, having barricaded off this place as best they can, they make a pit in the center of the sticks and the mats and into it throw red-hot stones.” [4.73]

    On the way of Darius to the land of Scythia, there are other nation-tribe-states as well. [Darius has to cross Asia Minor (from Dardanelles) to Thracia then to Balkans (cross the Danube) then find the way to Scythia (He and his army were lost on their way)]

    “Those of the Thracians who live above the Crestonaeans do the following:each man of them has many wives, and when a man among them dies, there is a great judging of the wives, and as much earnestness among his friends in this respect: as to which he had loved the most. She that is so adjudged to be best loved, and is so honored, is greatly praised by men and women and then slaughtered at his tomb by her closest kinsfolk, and being so slaughtered she is buried with her man. The other wives feel this as a great calamity, for it is for them the greatest of the reproaches.” [5.4]

    “The practices of burial among the wealthy are these: for three days they lay out their dead and, having cut the throats of all sorts of victims [=sacrificial animals], they feast; before this they have made their lamentation. Afterwards they conduct the funeral, either by burning or by just hiding the body in the earth; and when they have built the mounded earth over him, they set up a games festival, consisting of all sorts of contests, in which the greatest prizes are offered for single combat. That is how Thracians hold their funerals.” [5.7]

    Laconians lived in Peloponnese, Sparta was the capital:

    “These are the honors granted to the kings by the commonalty in life, and in death these: horsemen carry around the news of the death throughout Laconia, and through the city, women must go around beating on a cauldron. When this takes place, there must be, from each household, two free persons who defile themselves as a show of mourning – a man and a woman. If they do not do so, there are heavy fines imposed. The following custom of the Lacedaemonians on the deaths of their kings is the same as among the barbarians [=anyone who did not speak Greek during that time] in Asia – indeed, the most of the barbarians do practice the same usage at the deaths of their kings; for when a king of Lacedaemon dies, from all of Lacedaemon, besides those who are Spartiates, a certain number of those who are subject people must attend the funeral. When many thousands of all these… are gathered in one place, they very earnestly beat their foreheads and make loud lament, proclaiming in each case that their last king that is dead was the best there had ever been. When the king has died in a war, they make an image of him and set it on a well-dressed bier. When they bury him, there is no market for ten days nor any meeting for choosing magistrates, for all these days they hold mourning.” [6.58]

    I typed these from Herodotus – The History (transl: David Grene), but also see:

  • ntt

    Thanks Curly.

  • Artemis


    Thank you for that very interesting post. I appreciate the time you took to research & write it down.

    Of special interest is the phrase “Custom is king of all” — how very true to this day.

    The notion of the wife being a possession/chattel that is sacrificed after the death of her husband still appear from time to time in the Indian society — the practice of sati. I wonder if this practice still exists in other ethnic groups.

  • Lola

    Very interesting research Curly. Thanks for sharing!

  • wilddog

    yo this is the wilddog and it is good to be bake yo hilary duff you look so damn beauitful in thoes pic but you all not that dont you hilary duff and just so you damn you look you good cuz of how fit you are damn hilary duff how did you get so beauitful and yes i do love you hiary duff so if any one makc hiary duff fell bad in any way there going to get a there ass kick by the wilddog and if you hilary duff see this i am sorry for what you had to read but this wilddog love you so much and all i wont to see is a small on your beauitful face love wilddog xoxoxox p.s that was for hilary duff so you now ok love hilary duff see you whan you come to London/On in tell than stay beauitful

  • irma magnolia castaƱeda orozco

    para mi Hilary Duff es una chava super linda, super sensilla,me enknta como knta,baila,su forma de ser soy una de sus mega mega fan y espero q pronto bnga a Mexico y poerla ir a ver.
    Hilary si algun dia lllegaras a leer esto je je solo quiero decirte q eres una super chava espero berte muy pronto q Dios te bendiga y sigue kntando igual que siempre y no dejes q lo q la gnte diga de ti negativamente te afecte.

  • http://? justine

    your my favorite

  • natalie

    Wow, I hated her at first and would mock her heinously, but I’ve gotta admit, she is very pretty. And definitely looks better with the darker hair!

  • a crazy hilaryduff fan

    ohh i love the pics of hil!! She is the best!! I love how she went!! She is always beatiful but i loe the clothes!!! :):) Poor Hil… her fet should of hurt but she is the best =!! haha!!
    Hil i love you…. you are my idol!!!

  • sandeepshimpi

    Hi Guys,

    Found some cool new videos of Hilary Duff on a film set of her latest movie
    Safety Glass movie, not sure if anyone has seen this already, credit to
    Hollywood North Insider website as I found it there, you can see them below:


  • Anonymous

    She probably gets botox injections in her feet to ease the pain on her sore soles, but she’s looking good as always :)