I can’t tell whether this worked for me—but who knows? What follows is an (almost) direct quote from a YouTube video that may be found HERE.
The ring finger shows how much testosterone you were exposed to in your mother’s womb. And testosterone can have an influence on your personality. The length of your ring finger reveals your personality type.
There are three different types of hand. In Type A, the ring finger is longer than the index finger. People whose ring finger is longer tend to be more attractive. Many of them are quite charming and get along well with others. Scientists have found that people with a longer ring finger earn more money.
In Type B, the ring finger is shorter than the index finger. Such people are more confident and have high self-esteem. They like to be alone. When it comes to love, they are not the ones to make the first move.
In Type C, people with equal-sized ring and index fingers love peace. They are good mediators and loving, loyal partners. They are usually more balanced, quiet, and reserved than others.
Now you know how to size up your competition or pick your future partner—just in case you want to know what kind of person you’re dealing with.
Well, I’m Type A. I don’t think of myself as attractive, charming, and amiable; but perhaps I am. Certainly, I’ve earned more money than average, but my teacher’s salary was always low compared to other professionals (doctors, lawyers, accountants, etc.).
Does YOUR ring finger predict your personality type? Let me know by commenting on this post.
~ Richard Russell
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