Are long toes normal?

Yes. Toe length varies between individuals. As with many physical attributes, there is a large range of "normal." certain conditions such as marfanism display long digits, but in the majority of instances long toes (or short ones) are normal.
Toies. The definition of long varies. See your podiatrist for an assessment.

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Is it normal to have long toes?

No. It is not necessarily normal to have long or short toes, but it is not a problem either. Read more...
Yes... and no. Yes, long toes are normal for you, but in foot medicine, there really is no "normal". Ultimately we have to consider what normal is by looking at a variety of factors, most of which revolve around the shoes you are required to wear in your profession etc. Toe shortening surgery has come a long way. Read more...

Are freakishly long toes normal?

Maybe. You already kind of answered your question. Calling them freakishly long suggests that they're not normal. Normal is subjective. In medicine we consider pain the criteria as a basis for whether things are normal or not, however often things like long toes can present with issues later (such as corns, calluses or in the worst case, arthritis of the joints). So basically it's all subjective. Read more...
Toes. Everything is subjective. In medicine pain is usually the criteria for intervention. You may think they are freakish , but have your podiatrist evaluate them . Read more...

Please tell me if it is normal to have long toes?

It is relative... As long as the toes are comfortable in the shoes you wear, not becoming contracted, no hammer toes and bunions develop, it may all be fine. However, the cosmetic surgical procedures also have their place to change the toe length. Read more...