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What your feet say about your personality

Your feet, especially your toes, can tell a lot about your personality. Here is what you can understand about people from merely looking at their feet.

Mind Body By Meenakshi Chaudhary / Mar 21, 2017

A big hallux

Having a big big toe (hallux) is considered a sign of wisdom. If your big toe is unusually large, you will often come up with ingenious ways to resolve even the most difficult problems. However, at times, it may also get hard for you to focus. On the other hand, if you have a big toe that is small, you are great at multi-tasking. You let your charm do the trick when it comes to persuading people to go along with your ideas.

Second toe

The second toe is considered to be a reflection of what you want in life. If your desires are fulfilled, your second toe tends to touch the floor. In addition, the gap between the second toe and the third toe is a sign that you are trying to separate yourself from emotions. A larger second big toe is also a sign of leadership qualities.

Third toe

Having a large third toe indicates that the person is energetic and resourceful, especially at work. The longer your third toe is, the more likely you are to succeed in your career. People with large third toe are usually perfectionists.

Fourth toe

The fourth toe is all about relationships. The straighter your fourth toe is, the more you tend  to be happy with relationships, especially with your family. On the other hand, curved fourth toe can be a sign of unhappiness and being bad at relationships.

Little toe

Fifth toe is the smallest of all, but people who have comparatively smaller fifth toe are likely to be disobedient and pranksters. Such people may also shy away from acting mature, taking responsibility and may always be looking for entertainment in life. Image Source : Getty


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