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How Your Toes Reveal Your Character

by Bidita Debnath on November 16, 2013 at 11:15 PM
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 How Your Toes Reveal Your Character

Jane Sheehan, has claimed in her book 'Let's Read Our Feet' that the length of your toes is enough to indicate your ancestry and characteristics.

Sheehan told a UK publication that people with long second toe have ancient Egyptian and Hawaiian royal ancestors, with exceptional leadership qualities, News.com.au reported.

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While an extremely small little toe denotes a childlike nature, with playful sense of fun, the little toe pointing at an angle denotes unconventional nature, she said.

Sheehan added that if the second toe on left foot leans towards the big toe, then the person has a sentimental, nostalgic nature.

Source: ANI
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