Looking for a Gamer Girl Who’s into Feet?


When it comes to getting feet pics from teens, the internet is certainly on your side. Sure, some people still flinch when they’re asked for feet pics, but now most girls – especially girls from 18-20 – on sites like Twitter and Tumblr are more likely now than ever to send you a few pics.

Now, why is that?

Well, firstly if they’ve ever had sex with someone who likes feet they’ve probably realized that getting their toes sucked is actually a fucking great feeling. And secondly, it’s normal to talk about your sexuality now – especially on the internet! Who cares if you’re a little freaky for feet? Everyone’s freaky! You can’t scroll half-way down your Twitter feed without reading like six tweets about how some girl wants a frat boy to choke them out or something.

To be honest, if you want feet pics, you’re probably going to find feet pics (especially if you’re willing to toss a girl like $50 via PayPal, because broke college girls be broke).

Here are my five steps to getting feet pics sent directly to you every time you ask:

1. Find a young, freaky girl

This step isn’t really that hard. I suggest pursuing Twitter or Tumblr. Well have you met a millennial or a Gen-x girl who doesn’t have an account on every social media site ever? Basically you have the entirety of teens girls at your fingertips. If you’re having a hard time finding people click around and look for young girls who are subtly Twitter/Insta famous. If you can’t find anyone, search for keywords like “feet,” “teen,” “ sugar daddy,” etc. in the search bar. This will lead you to girls who are into the same kind of stuff you’re into and within the age range you prefer.

I guarantee you’ll find some girls who have something remotely dirty in their feed or on their blog. These are the girls you should strike up a conversation with.

2. Slide into the DMs

Start a conversation with a flirty tone. If they’re into it, they’re going to respond with something even more flirty. Keep flirting until things get dirty and then ask about pics.

Girls usually don’t want pics in return, but if they do you’ve found a total unicorn.

3. Paypal if you need to

While you can probably find feet pics online pretty quickly, there’s something much more sexy about having pictures taken just for you. So instead of just looking for feet porn, why wouldn’t you toss out a couple of bucks for some photos taken just for you?

A lot of younger girls (like college students) and teens who cam will be pretty willing to take photos just for you. I’d aim for college girls because they ask for less money in return and they’re not as well-known as cam girls.

I know more 18-year-old sorority girls than I can count, that are more than willing to take feet pics for like $50 (sometimes they’ll even get their friends in on it too, two for the price of one, am I right?).

4. Be patient

While I know you want your feet pics and you want them now, you should be patient. If you want something specific, you may have to wait a few hours or days for the girl to get a pedicure or do whatever you’ve asked.

Don’t piss her off, just be patient, and you’ll get your feet in time!

5. Enjoy

I mean, do I really need to explain this step? 😉

How the Open Source Software Movement Has Lead to Massive Innovation

After initially beginning in 1983 as the “free software movement,” it wasn’t until 1998 that open-source software (OSS) gained its current name and began changing the world of creating computer programs. What OSS is exactly is computer software with its source code designed to be publicly accessible so people can manipulate and improve how the piece of software works.

Why this has created so much success and innovation is that it is essentially a collaborative effort from multiple independent sources, creating an increasingly more diverse level of design perspective than any one, single company would be capable of.

To quickly give an example demonstrating how beneficial the OSS movement has truly been, there was a report done by the Standish Group in 2008 that states the adoption of OSS software has in turn created a savings of about $60 billion per year to consumers. If that isn’t a positive and significant impact, then I don’t know what is.

Not only has OSS saved billions of dollars, but it has also created billion dollar ideas. As stated above, OSS allows multiple individuals to view code and tweak it any way that they see fit, sometimes creating something no one else had thought of. It is a constant collaborative effort of trying to improve on other’s improvements, essentially building the best software possible.

In 1998, Netscape Communications Corporation released their popular Netscape Communicator Internet as free software, which became the first major company to do so. Once other individuals and companies began viewing and tweaking the Netscape software for their own usages, it subsequently became the basis behind Mozilla Firefox, Thunderbird, KompoZer and SeaMonkey. So, essentially, without Netscape’s source code being made an OSS, the big-name browsers and projects mentioned above would not exist.

Another reason OSS has led to massive innovation is because it offers the potential for a more malleable technology and faster innovation. Any OSS is usually deemed more reliable since it potentially has thousands of individual programmers constantly testing and fixing any bugs within the software. Programmers are also capable of using an OSS to build custom interfaces and add new abilities to it.

As stated multiple times above, most OSS’s have thousands of independent programmers working on a single source code, collaborating with people they’ve never met before and most likely never will, all in the hopes of building a bigger and better software.

Many times there are no corporate pressures, but simply driven individuals looking to merely improve technology for humanity’s sake—or just for personal gain, but still, not for a corporation. This allows programmers’ creative juices to flow, as there are no guidelines or specific goals in mind, but to merely improve the software to the best of their ability. Teaming up with other programmers allows ideas to bounce back and forth, constantly being improved and built upon.

If that isn’t innovative, then I don’t know what is.

If you want to learn more about this, check out the video below!