Is Your Second Toe Longer Than Your Other Toes? You Might Want to Read This


It’s a universal truth that hardly anyone can resist fortune tellers. And while most of these clairvoyants can predict your fortune by simply looking at your palm, Jane Sheehan is different – she reads your feet.

In total, we’ve got 26 bones and 3,000 nerve endings in our feet,” she says. “Basically, there’s a heck of a lot going on down there.”

She claims that “If there is an issue in your life that you are struggling with, it will manifest itself in your feet.” She even organizes foot reading parties, where groups of friends can bare their soles together.

Is Your Second Toe Longer Than Your Other Toes You Might Want to Read This

If you want to find out what your feet can tell about your future, read on…

What Your Toes Say about You

SECOND TOE: “This is the toe of emotion. If it is bent downwards, this suggests that the person doesn’t often express their emotions – perhaps someone to avoid if you’re looking for an open book kind of guy!

FOURTH TOE: “This toe will tell you all you need to know about your relationship. Any fine lines show that a great deal of thinking goes into this person’s relationship. If the toe pad (on the underside of the toe) looks pointed (a bit like a tear drop), then they are overthinking this area of their life. Redness on the top of the toe indicates anger regarding the person’s love life, and a mottled purple/blue indicates hurt.”

LITTLE TOE: “If you can separate this toe easily from the others and move it around, you may not be the settling down type (and may also be pretty adventurous in bed!). If this toe can’t be separated, you are much more loyal and steady. A toenail slanting slightly to the side might also suggest a secret rebellious side.”

FOOT SHAPE: “A narrow foot means that although someone may appear to be hard working, they achieve this by the art of delegation. They are the type of person who manages to offload without you realizing you are being put upon. When applying this to your love life, a narrow-footed partner could leave it to you to do all the fetching, carrying and giving.”

Is this true for you?

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