Despite having always been told that I suffer from Duck's Disease,which I always found clever and hilarious,I was also told that I had extremely nice legs.I used to do Ballroiom and Latin Dancing for many years,and I have always had a passion for walking wherever possible,even to and from work! This is probably why I used to get nice comments! But now that I am suffering with a shocking and painful chronic disease,I can no longer walk without my stick,and the shape of my legs has definitely deteriorated,a lot!!! But I do not know that I would change them.I figured that if I had to have a walking stick at 50,I would get myself the most exquisite one available and I have had one hand-carved by a master carver in Ukraine(before all the turmoil over there).It looks like entwined rose branches with buds and flowers included.To top it off, the artist has fitted it with a crystal rose which catches the light magnificently and throws rainbows everywhere!! It is the best 'leg' imaginable and a real conversation starter!!!
I have always hated the shape of my legs, and I would have loved to have been born with 2 that were much nicer.
Having said that, I shouldn't say too much, these old 'pins' have carried me far and that much I am deeply grateful for.
Jonaj, those legs are ugly!!! the muscle below the knee looks awful! And the question was not meant to be philisophical as in the legs carried you -it is sort of a fantasy question! Not a practical one/.
My legs are okay, now the top inside is a little flabby though my actual thigh is firmish due to walking and squats...if anything they could be a little longer...I can't get out of my head what my first husband once said....(half joking)...you have ducks disease, bum too close to the ground!!!!! ha ha
I'm okay with my legs. I actually lost quite a bit of weight after I had my children and sometimes I look at my legs and think "Gee they look kind of weird and skinny" and sometimes they look great and strong. depends on what I'm doing with the at the time!
I think what is more important is that I have legs. I have learnt to appreciate my fat legs , lol. There are people who suffer and would rather have any shape healthy walkable legs than to use a wheelchair or any kind of walking support.