Expanding waistlines are now a common sight - but they're not the only part of us that's getting bigger. The average British foot is now two sizes bigger than it was in 1970, new figures have revealed. In the past 40 years, the average male foot has risen from a size eight to a size 10, while the typical woman’s foot is now size six as opposed to four. Read more >>
The cartoon by Mac from the Daily Mail shows an obese couple eating chips in the street. The woman sees the headline about people's feet getting bigger and comments, "That's worrying. I can't remember what mine looked like."
She can't remember what her feet looked like because her enormous stomach is stopping her from seeing them. In fact, the cartoonist is drawing attention to the the fact that Britain is facing an obesity crisis.
Note the use of the possessive pronoun 'mine' to replace 'my feet'. For more on possessive pronouns, see here.