A wife has shared a video showing a bizarre skincare routine, in which she uses power tools to sand the hardened skin from the bottom of her husband's feet.
By the way, if you're eating, now is probably the time to put down the fork for a second.
Every week, Jodie Richardson uses a Black & Decker electric sander to smooth the hard skin from the bottom of her husband Taz's feet. Now that is true love, right there.
The process can get a bit messy, too. Jodie often has to change her clothes and vacuum the whole room after the 'procedure' is performed each week.
Basically, 47-year-old Taz has developed - according to his wife - 'Shrek feet' since the pair moved from Newcastle to the Canary Islands.
The 'treatment' in action. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
After Taz turned in his trainers for flip flops, his heels have become badly cracked, meaning that his wife has to use the power tool to sort out the problem.
The 28-year-old mum of three took it upon herself to do this after she became frustrated with her husband's 'ogre-like' feet. However, she says that after she takes the sander to them, his feet are 'as smooth as a baby's bum'.
You'd be disappointed if they weren't after spending a few minutes with a high-powered electric sander.
Taz and Jodie Robinson. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Jodie explained: "His feet are like Shrek. The sander pedicures were my decision as I'd had enough of using a normal skin scrubber for hours, so one day I decided to sand them.
"The worst bit is the dead skin. I have to clean up after with a hoover as it goes everywhere."
The worst bit? Please, surely it is only one of the worst bits. The whole ordeal is pretty stomach churning.
Cheaper than a pedicure, sure. But at what cost? Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Taz, who is originally from Newcastle, said that he initially thought that his wife was having a laugh when she suggested the idea.
She wasn't, and now he looks forward to his weekly 'treatment'.
He said: "My wife was covered in 'skin dust' - not sawdust! It was everywhere.
"I wear flip-flops to work because it's really hot here and they make the skin on my feet hard.
"So Jodie said 'let's try this' and went to get our Black and Decker sander.
"I pissed myself, I thought she was joking at first but she sanded my feet down then put E45 on them - my feet were as smooth as a baby's bum.
"It's a hell of a lot cheaper than having pedicures, I'll be having one every week now."
Did we say 'don't try this at home'? It seems as if we should.
We should probably say 'don't try this at home'. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Taz continued: "It's brilliant. I've had a few done now, I'm due one tomorrow. Jodie's not bothered by it - she enjoys it.
"But when she does it too hard, it does burn and if she does my big toe, it tickles.
"There's dead skin everywhere afterwards so she has to hoover and change her clothes, but she doesn't mind."
Come on, Taz. You could at least offer to do the hoovering up.
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