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Old 04-09-2010, 08:52 PM   #26
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I always thought the crouching thing was kinda creepy honestly. I know it's part of their "thing" but I just do not get it. That sucks though, I feel terrible for her.
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I always thought the crouching thing was kinda creepy honestly. I know it's part of their "thing" but I just do not get it. That sucks though, I feel terrible for her.
Ah so you've seen it. I've never eaten at Outback so when I heard this I was shocked and I think it's creepy too. I don't want my tired waiter in my face.
Anyway - I told her of this thread and she said several girls at her job have the Crocs mentioned above and they say they really are comfortable so she's going to buy them tomorrow.
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Other restaurants I noticed also do the whole crouching deal, like Chili's.
My boyfriend who was a server there told me it gets people to think of you as friendly and therefore order more and tip better. I think its like they're talking to me like I'm 3.
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Other restaurants I noticed also do the whole crouching deal, like Chili's.
My boyfriend who was a server there told me it gets people to think of you as friendly and therefore order more and tip better. I think its like they're talking to me like I'm 3.
I always liked the crouching. It makes them seem friendly and more approachable to me. I can see how some people think it's weird though.

The waiters at the TGIFriday's here do it a lot.
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If it's your first job, it's just your body getting used to standing all of the time. Make sure you have a good pair of shoes, with proper support, maybe some inserts. A word of caution, though: make sure the insoles fit properly. I had a pair during my first job that were a little undersized and I ended up damaging the nerves in my feet a bit. Also good, at least for pain relief, is a nice hot soak in the tub
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I always liked the crouching. It makes them seem friendly and more approachable to me. I can see how some people think it's weird though.

The waiters at the TGIFriday's here do it a lot.
Its some corporate psychological thing lol
Worse than the crouching is the fake, "HIIIIIIIIIII WELCOME TO TEE-GEEEE-III-FRIDAAAAYSS!!!! MY NAME IS SHELLLBY (not trying to offend anyone named shelby.... lol)OUR SPECIALS ARE X, Y, AND etc....." in such a horrifically phony voice. Thats offensive.

Back on topic now...... oopsies
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Okay so you've got arch supports, right? Good. You might need to get a different pair of shoes that perhaps would work better. If you have a good shoe store in your area (not Lady Foot Locker but a sports store) and you can have them fit you to good shoes, you will probably be better off.

I'm on my feet a lot -- walking and standing on hard floors for 12 hours or more. I loooove the New Balance walking shoes. They come in wider widths at Zappos and they're great. I think 602 is the one I like, and I just got two more pairs, in pink, in my size so I can switch out.

Speaking of switching out, while you're on your feet the sole will compress over time. So it's really important to switch out your shoes midway through the day. I always try to do this, and it makes huge difference. My feet feel totally refreshed just from switching to a different (though identical) pair of shoes.

As for the swelling, when you're not on your feet it's really important to have your legs up and shoes and socks off if you can. Also, be sure to drink plenty of water, which will stimulate your body to keep those fluids moving and pee out the extra fluid. Once you get home from work, if you can get your feet up, you'll be better off. While at work, try to stretch out your feet as much as you can, pointing your goes, stretching your calves, that kind of thing, to keep the blood flowing and your muscles loose.

I hope these suggestions help, at least a little. If you don't improve, it may be time to see a specialist. Yeah, I know, the weight thing may get brought up but foot docs can be helpful for things like special orthotics that are created for YOUR feet. I've known people who've had the mold taken of their feet and gotten their own personal insoles and have never looked back.
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I am also wondering if the floor surface is helping with the foot pain problem. If it is slippery or greasy you have to walk differently to keep from falling which can kill your feet and legs too.


I am a teacher and I am up a lot of the time but when I feel tired I just pull up a chair and teach sitting down. The kids don't seem to mind it one bit. I also told my boss that if she wants me up and moving around at all that sneakers and crocs have to be worn. She was really cool and told me that my shoes I wear are the least of her worries. Thank goodness she's cool.
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Ah so you've seen it. I've never eaten at Outback so when I heard this I was shocked and I think it's creepy too. I don't want my tired waiter in my face.
Anyway - I told her of this thread and she said several girls at her job have the Crocs mentioned above and they say they really are comfortable so she's going to buy them tomorrow.
DB, I agree with you and ThatGirl, it's sort of weird. I work in a K-1 class and that's the way we talk to the students so that we're eye to eye. We have a phrase in school to deal with personal space, "You're in my bubble"; I think I would feel like that.
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Anyone else work in a job that requires hours of standing? More importantly, does anyone have any suggestions of how to minimize this?
I really understand and I wish for you a new job! I would recommend that you go for something with lots of cushion and support on the bottom and ankle support. One thing about us girls is that our body pushes down on our feet and they're the only ones we will have.

I've gotten relief from going up on my toes and squeezing my calf muscles and alternately back on my heels stretching. It takes the pressure off at least one part of the foot at a time. Best of luck to you!
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Our offices are being remodeled so the next few weeks will be, shall we say, interesting. As an office manager I've been spoiled with my own office and with everything in easy reach. Last weekend a crew moved everyone's stuff into a temporary area so we're working out of boxes and on temporary desks for a while. All my stuff is supposed to be right here but some is missing, and one of these boxes belongs to someone else, so we'll be playing hide and seek this morning. I knew this would be an interesting day when I went to my assigned space and found a flimsy chair with arms waiting for me. No way could I fit, and I wouldn't trust it with my weight anyway. So as I hunted for my heavy-duty office chair, I spent over an hour on my feet, stepping around and over some ongoing work, helping other people find their stuff too. Finally I located my precious chair, shepherded it over to my area and sat down for the first time today. I'm used to sore feet at the end of the day, but not this early. Youch!

This situation is an eye-opener. In my own office with everything neatly arranged within arms' reach, I at least had the illusion that I was pretty nimble for a woman my size. Well, with this belly and boobage of mine in the way it's pretty awkward to have to reach for stuff in boxes on the floor, or to keep getting up out of my chair to grab something from boxes on a side table. My age doesn't help. I guess it's slightly better to have the boxes on the floor, scoot my chair over to them and try to reach down and sideways. Luckily most of us have good work relations so it will be nice for us to work almost literally shoulder-to-shoulder for a while, especially when I need to ask for help. Thank goodness I remembered to wear nice casual clothes and good comfy shoes while we're in a state of flux.

One thing I hadn't considered but which is now plainly evident is that I really need to think about my size in terms of where I will and won't fit. I've already had a few minor collisions with some desks and tables. Had I been wearing a skirt, the corner of one file cabinet I bumped walking past might have caused some rippage. Then there's the work crew itself, who apparently have never seen a woman my size before, to judge from some of the remarks I'm hearing. I'm making a point a point to talk to them with a smile on my face so they might regard me as a person instead of a cow in a china shop.

Just had to sit and vent a bit this morning. Oh well, it will be great when the remodeling is finished, and considering the company was on the edge of bankruptcy a year ago, this remodeling is an indication our big muckymucks have some confidence in our future.
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What a day. This was one of those days when it just plain sucked to be as fat as I am. When I wasn't running around, I was standing, standing, standing. By the time I went home my feet, ankles and calves felt like they were on fire. I called my husband, told him to pick up some dinner on his way home, AND be prepared to give me an emergency 5-alarm foot massage, leg massage and general all-over-Sue massage. Not that he needs much persuasion to massage me ( ) but today he also needed to untie the knots in my legs. Oh the pain, and oh the relief! Tomorrow I'm wearing my Skechers.

It also didn't help that we turned on the air conditioning for probably the first time in the 6 months, and it couldn't handle so many people and our computers sprawled across our temporary work area because the thermostat was somewhere else. I don't care if it's only April, I'm wearing my summer outfits for the duration. So there!
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my bad they say they are 39.99 here. I got mine for 24.99 at the stride rite near my house. They are supportive and comfortable. The only downfall is they make your feet sweat a little bit more than shoes do. They have the same grippy bottom like a "shoes for crews" sneaker has.
Wanted to say thank you for this post. Like I said earlier in the thread my sister's got the painful feet issue these days and I immediately told her about these Crocs when I saw this post last week. We found them in our local mall and she got them Saturday and she says they fit her feet so well (we have chubby feet in our family so the wideness of the Crocs seems to be a good fit). When she tried them on she said they felt great. She doesn't have to be back at work until Thursday and will let me know how she feels at the end of the day but she's pretty confident her feet will be comfortable. So you may have saved her a lot of pain
Just as a side note if anyone is gonna buy them, she did pay 39.99.
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I have two retail jobs. I work 40-50 hours at one and 4-15 at the other. I completely know how you feel. At my full time job, I can wear dress shoes or tennis shoes. I usually wear flats with insoles because they look nicer with my clothes. As for the part time job, I work short shifts of no more than 5 hours at a time so I wear whatever looks the best.

I go through at least one or two pairs of black flats in a month. I'm always buying shoes for work. I have two pairs of Crocs that I wear if my feet are achy.
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I just started a new job about five weeks ago at McDonalds. I work about 25-40 hours a week depending on when they need me. I've worked in food service in the past but I was smaller and didn't work as many hours. Now that I'm about 350 pounds and working about 30 hours a week (36 this week:/), my feet, calves and ankles just KILL me. I bought brand new shoes with arch support but they still ache and ache and sometimes I just want to cry by the end of my shift they hurt so bad. Today I couldn't take it so I asked to leave after 6 hours (I was supposed to work 7) because we were pretty slow anyway. My manager had no problem with me leaving early but I still felt bad but my feet just hurt so bad I could barely stand any longer. My ankles and feet have been swelling up because of it too.

Anyone else work in a job that requires hours of standing? More importantly, does anyone have any suggestions of how to minimize this?
I'm not a bbw obviously but my job consists of me standing on my feet for 8 hours a night. I know exactly how you feel and I actually have chronic foot pain because of it. Its hard to walk/run because of the constant pain in my feet brought on by years of being on my feet for 1/3 of the day.

The arched/padded shoes are your best hope. Also believe it or not, after a while your body adjusts to it. When I first started my job my feet absolutely killed me by the end of each shift, but after a few months I learned to live with it. Taking some legal painkillers such as advil, tylenol and stuff like that doesn't hurt either.

One of the unwritten laws of my department is to sit whenever you get a chance. Behind the counter at McDonalds doesn't leave a lot of sitting I imagine but if you get the chance, take it.

There is also another option that I'm sure you'd love but may not be able to do right away which is get the hell out of there and find a better/easier job. I know that's what I myself would like.
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Wow I just noticed this thread. It makes me grateful for my crappy call center job that I hate. Instead of standing though I sit for 10 hours. Can't walk around because I am the only one here. I work 9pm to 7am. Sometimes in the witching hour I lay on the floor and put my feet up because they swell after sitting so long.

There is only one chair in the entire center with no arms. I am glad otherwise I'd have to sit here with the arms of a chair pressing into my sides all night.

I worked a dry cleaners where I had to stand and one of the things that helped was when it was the most unbearable I would take a bathroom break and sit down for a few and rub my feet.

Do you have back pain? Most of my pain while standing is my back not my feet.
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Dr Scholl's inserts work wonders for me whenever I have had any type of feet or leg issues over the years.

Also, running shoes.....I had a pair made by adidas for many years that I used to exercise in and save me when I had feet problems. Get the kind made for running because they seem to have special support.
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