What Type Of Person You Are According To Your Feet

Written by Jyotsana Rao, BE  • 

The act of reading the face or the palm has been popular since ancient ages. But, did you know that even the shape of your feet can reveal exciting things about your personality? Yes, it’s true. The shape, size, and position of your feet reveal a lot of things about you.

Have a look at your toe once and check if your second toe is shorter than your first toe. Or, do they cross over? If yes, then it has a special meaning. Let’s investigate more about it. Mentioned below are 10 different foot types along with what they reveal about your personality. Check them out!

1. The Square Foot

A person is said to have a square foot when all the toes are almost identical in length, making your foot look rectangular in shape. It is also called the Peasant Foot. People who have this type of foot are often considered to be very cautious. Before taking any action or making any decision, they analyze every small detail and only then come to a conclusion. They tend to be very reasonable and practical. They also stay very calm in any situation and are considered to be very reliable.

2. The Greek Foot

The Greek Foot is also known as the Flame Foot. People with this type of foot, where the second toe is longer than the first toe, have a motivating personality and are considered to be very enthusiastic about things. People with this shape of foot possess leadership qualities. They are more creative and open to challenges and adventures. They can be impulsive and act bossy at times since they want things to go their way.

It is seen commonly in athletes, artists, or public speakers.

3. The Roman Foot

This is the most common type of foot where all the toes are proportionate, with the big toe being the longest of all the toes. People with this type of foot are very social and outgoing. They have a sparkle in their personality that makes them very charismatic. They are very friendly, well balanced, and well organized in their lives. They know what to say and how to behave in any situation, and this makes them very tactical.

They are adventurous and also very good listeners. They are very good at expressing their opinions to others without being overpowering. They also make friends very easily.

4. The Stretched Foot

Since the toes are all squished together, a stretched foot often looks very thin. The big toe is the largest of all, and then the size decreases with each toe. People with this type of foot generally like to be on their own and enjoy their private space. They are very secretive and do not share things with others. They are very impulsive and do not have control over their mood.

5. Little Toe On The Side Of The Foot

People who have their little toe on the side of the foot are often very rebellious, and they want things to be done their way.

6. Tilted Third Toe

People with such foot type prefer planning things ahead before implementing them. They are very well organized and have good control over themselves.

7. Unable To Separate The Little Toe

People who are unable to separate their little toe prefer to stick to their routine and are very strict about it. They are very loyal and form great companions.

8. Able To Separate The Little Toe

People who can separate their little toe constantly look for a change in their lives. They get bored very easily, and this mindset often makes them feel unhappy. They are often very moody.

9. A Gap Between Second And Third Toes

If you have a gap between your second and third toes, it means that you do not get emotionally attached to anything easily. You detach yourself from your day-to-day tasks very easily.

10. Narrow Base On Second Toe

People with such feet are considered to be very expressive. They have a great influence on other people. If they are happy, they make the entire atmosphere joyful, but if they are in a bad mood, it is best to leave them alone.

So, what is your foot type? Does the description match your personality?

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