I'm sure he would lie about something like that... And he edited with pix
@OP: GLUE STICK!... Worked for me with my HP *cough*laptop*cough* (read: HP's are horrible mother board gets replaced every month)
With my (pre-unibody) MacBook Pro, some of the rubber feet fell off. I didn't really even care, but the Genius Bar noticed the missing feet and replaced them, on the spot for free, when I was there to get other stuff taken care of.
Try bringing them in to the Genius Bar for replacement.
Another thread which just amazes me how ignorant people are.
OP, you can glue them back on. I would use a semi-permanent glue that does not react negatively with metal or painted surfaces. Stuff like Gorilla Glue or JB Weld is not necessary and (JB) could actually affect the paint/aluminum. For issues like this, I have always used the:
DAP OneStik Pen
It is my electronics/small item preference as it has 2 applicators and 1 is very fine tipped (and doesn't clog). It's drying color is as clear as glue can be and unlike others, it does not change size from wet lay to dry (Gorilla Glue can expand as much as 5x which for electronic feet is not ideal).