When he was decking whether or not to write his book, Imre set himself a challenge: he would examine 40 pairs of feet, and if his analysis of their owners’ personalities was less than 90 per Cent accurate he would abandon the project. Fortunately he scored an impressive 92 per cent, and he is adamant he did not cheat. As for the ones he got ‘wrong’, they were as likely to be due to a lack of self-awareness in the subject as they were to Imre’s flawed interpretation.
The toes of the right foot represent ‘reason while the toes of the left foot represent ‘emotion’, with each individual toe signifying a specific quality. “The owner of misshapen toes will have a history of suppressed feelings and hidden emotions,” Imre says, “whilst the owner of straight toes will have a positive attitude and settled emotions.”
Such is Imre’s confidence in his toe alphabet that he believes he can tell what sort of person you are the moment you take your socks off. He has read the toes of numerous celebrities live on air, such as Sir Cliff Richard. From photographs, he has also read the toes of royalty, including Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.
Your toes develop as you do
According to Imre, our feet change as our personalities develop. “The shape and length of toes is inherited,” he says, “but their position may change, and this is influenced by the way we respond to the outside world.” He witnessed this at close quarters as his eldest son was going through puberty When he was a child his toes were crooked because he let himself be bossed by his mother, but as he learned to stand up for himself, his toes became straighter.” Imre has seen the same transformation take place in the toes of couples going through a divorce.
But couldn’t these changes be due to something more mundane, such as uncomfortable shoes?
People who, in the name of fashion, allow their toes to be manipulated until they are crooked are the kind of people who allow others to impose rules and standards on them. Crooked toes can therefore indicate an inward attitude of resignation.” Imre claims his analysis is born out from his travels in Africa where he encountered people who never wore shoes, yet still had bunions, corns and crooked toes. Take care of you toes with coconut oil from http://www.amazon.com/Nutria-Virgin-Organic-Coconut-Oil/dp/B00E4K41Q6.