Perhaps you’ve gone to a palm reader, curious about what the lines on your hand can tell you about what the future holds, and had them divine seemingly intimate details of your personality from the lines of your hands.
But have you ever measured your pinky finger?
It sounds strange, but the length of your pinkie finger could say quite a lot about you, from your habits to the way you handle relationships, and the practice of using it to divine one’s personality has its roots in the practice of palm reading.
There are three basic personality types that your little finger can indicate, all based on how long or short it is in relation to your ring finger’s top joint.
As with any personality test, this is more of a guideline than gospel, but you may be surprised at its accuracy.
Do you feel like you’re still searching for your life purpose? You won’t believe what the science of Numerology can reveal about you!
That’s right, the numerology of your birth date, regardless of what month you were born, can reveal surprising information about your personality.
Type A: Even Placement.
If the top of your pinkie finger stops right at the beginning line of the top joint of your ring finger, you have an evenly placed pinkie and are type A.
Type A personalities are a bit reserved, and tend to be closed off and introverted.
You do not open up to other people easily, even with the people closest to you, and especially not to strangers. You appear stoic and independent from the outside.
Dishonesty angers you more than anything else, and is constitutionally against your makeup.
You are a genuine, forthright person who goes out of your way for your loved ones and expects them to do the same for you in return. After all, it’s only fair.
Despite going out of your way for friends and family, strangers can see you as cold.
They may mistake your distance for arrogance or eccentricity, especially since you tend to have little patience for things that annoy you.
Despite this, you are actually very warm once you open up to someone, and can be the life of the group if you’re with people you know well enough.