Toe Is Longer

All feet are not alike, and each form can reveal different personality traits. Greek foot, Egyptian or Roman, there are many things that you do not know yet ....
What type of foot you have?
There are 4 types of feet, each reflecting a different personality. Here's what the shape of your feet may reveal about you:
Square foot
This form of walking is quite rare, it means that your toes (including the big toe) have the same length, forming a kind of square. Dubbed the foot of the peasant, this type of foot reflects meticulous and analytical personality who takes nothing lightly and consider everything before giving the opinion. The emotions of these people rarely take over, and the logic is their motto. They inspire confidence: they will always be there for you.
The Egyptian foot
The toes of that foot follow regularly behind the big toe, forming a diagonal. This reflects a quite complex person, mysterious and dreamy personality.
People with this form of the foot are often artists or work in jobs related to art. They are often solitary and enjoy a bit of privacy from time to time not to irritate those around them with their rather frequent mood changes.

The Roman foot
The Roman foot looks almost square foot, except for the last two small toes that are not aligned. This foot reveals a sociable person with an adventurous spirit, always ready to learn new things and has often innovative or intellectual side that takes over. However, it can demonstrate a confidence of somewhat exaggerated.
The Greek foot
This foot is characterized by a second longest toe like the rest of the toes, forming a triangle. People with this type of foot are energetic, bold, hardworking, and have a perfectionist strand, besides having a goal in mind. But they can also be too spontaneous and too stressed. If you are one of this type of person, opt for relaxing activities like meditation or play sports to get rid of negative energy. 
Does the Greek foot bears up its name?
According to a study by rheumatologists team of military and university hospital of Thessaloniki, only 5% of the world population would have the Greek foot, and the majority are Greek! Indeed, scientists have noted that 46% of those examined in Greece had the Greek foot.

As for the Egyptian foot, it concerns 70% of the world population, while for the Roman foot there is only 25% of the world population.

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