n. Excessive fat on one or more toes.
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According to Look magazine the 33-year-old, who tied the knot with Kanye West in a lavish Italian ceremony on Saturday, had 'toebesity' liposuction on her feet so she could ease them into her shoes pain-free.

Toe lipo, also nicknamed 'a Loub job', is a procedure to remove a small bit of fat so your toes can fit better into pointy stilettos without pinching.
—Bianca London, “Did Kim Kardashian have a 'Loub job' before her wedding?,” MailOnline, May 27, 2014
Thanks to new medical-spa specialties described this week in The New York Times, women whose feet are too wide to fit into skinny pumps, or who suffer from the scourge of what is being called "toebesity," can simply get a foot facelift or toe tuck.
—Renée Loth, “The agony of the feet,” The Boston Globe, May 03, 2014
2006 (earliest)
After years of trekking the streets of New York in super-fashionable stilettos and boots, 25year-old Brooklynite Zorana Richardson’s toes were looking bad. "One of them started getting really big," Richardson says….

Now, after having hammertoe surgery and toetucks on three toes, "I definitely don’t have the pain anymore, and I have regular feet."
—Danica Lo, “Small step — fighting ‘toe-besity,’ at $6,250 per foot,” The New York Post, July 27, 2006
The chuckle-inducing pun Loub job (where the "Loub" portion is a reference to shoe designer Christian Louboutin) can refer not only to a "toe tuck," but also to its effective opposite: a collagen injection in the foot that adds "padding" to make wearing extremely high heels less painful. Loub job can also refer to a job taken solely to earn enough money to purchase Christian Louboutin shoes.
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