Here’s What The Shape Of Your Feet Reveals About Your Personality.
We've all heard of palm reading, right? If you somehow missed this fun, compelling little part of pop culture, here's the rundown: You show your palm to a reader, they look at the lines and assess your character, predict your future, and all-around give you an idea about where your life is headed. Sometimes, it's fun. Other times, it's terrifying.
However, though you're probably familiar with the whole palm-reading scene, we can almost guarantee that you've never heard anything like this before. That's right: Your feet can tell a whole lot more about you than you thought, and we've got the illustrations to prove it. Depending on the length and placement of your toes (and how and where you can actually move them), your personality is subject to change. Check out your feet and find out what kind of foot you've got going on -- the results may actually surprise you.
By now, I think we’ve all come to the conclusion that palm reading is BS. How could you possibly be able to tell someone’s past, present, and future simply my looking at a few lines on their hand? Foot reading, however, is a completely different ball game. Anyone looking at my feet, for example, would be able to tell instantly that I’m someone who doesn’t like to wear flip flops and is terrible at remembering to paint my toenails.
Now, if that thorough analysis hasn’t quite done it for you, then I’d advise you to head over the next page, where the “experts” have provided us with the truth behind your feet. Please be warned, however, that if you’re reading this in a public area, getting your feet out is going to earn you more than a few funny looks.
The Roman Foot is the most common.
This shape could mean that you’re social, love people and are excited to try new things. You thrive in the business world, and don't mind being the center of attention.
This foot is pretty rare, but it's got some implications.
The square foot is also called the “peasant foot," and usually the kind of person who has this is pretty calm, reasonable, and likes to think things through.
This sort of foot is called the "Greek foot."
People with this type of foot have a second toe longer than the big toe, and people with this setup tend to be enthusiastic and optimistic -- despite the fact that a good shoe might be hard to find.
An elongated foot might be indicative of more than you think.
Apparently, if your toes are really small in comparison to the rest of your foot, you can be pretty impulsive -- but these folks are also pretty good at keeping secrets.
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