This Is What It Means When Your Ring Finger Is Longer Than Your Index Finger.

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According to a new batch of studies, the secret to your personality traits lies in your hands. Yes, your hands. More specifically, the length of your ring finger. 
Apparently, according to science, the ring finger shows how much testosterone you were exposed to while you were growing in the womb, which I guess can have an effect on your personality. 
I've always been told that I have a masculine presence and a masculine personality (whatever that means), and it turns out that my ring finger is in fact longer than all the rest of my fingers, plus, I was pretty darn cute, if I do say so myself.
 So, I guess this isn't a bunch of gimmicky lies. 
What do your fingers say about you? Check it out!

So to see the length of your ring finger, outstretch your fingers and match your hand to the diagrams below. If you fall under "A", it means your ring finger is longer, "B" means your ring finger is shorter and "C" means your ring finger is even to the index finger.

via Painting Artz

If you fall under "A":

If you fall under "B":

via Painting Artz

If you fall under "C":

via Painting Artz
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Source: Painting Artz | Diply

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