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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Pinky, Pinky, Little Finger ...

I have short pinky fingers, which SUPERstitiously not very auspicious.
To overcome such shortfall, I do try to grow my pinky finger nails super long.

Astrologically speaking, ones who own very short pinky fingers, reaching only halfway through the ring's middle phalanx is someone frustrated, unable to express their skills and can have problem communicating!
(let's not forget, constipated!)



AND, today I read that ...

Apparently, short fifth fingers are frequently noted in those with autoimmune disease!
YIKES!!!!




Especially those with Coeliac or Celiac - gluten-intolerance and autoimmune thyroid problem.

(see slide page 51 & 52)

Now, isn't this cool or what.
Pinky, pinky you rock!


P:S: I need my super pink nail colour!

14 comments:

Old Kitty said...

I'm at work at the moment and can't click on the link!!

But I think you have super long and slender fingers!!!!

Super pink nail colour is lovely!!

Take care
x

Katnip Lounge said...

Eek! My pinky is short too. Are we doomed?
heh heh.

Small Kucing said...

Mine is short too

Pierro said...

well, mom always say "and then think of all the 'good stuff' you didn't get"
We do not think you have problems communicating or frustrated. The astrology person forgot about the amazing part though.

bonks

Ginger Jasper said...

Thats a strange fact but makes you wonder. Hope you are feeling well. Hugs GJ x

Au and Target said...

I thought a long pinky nail meant you took cocaine ;-)

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

omg I am rolling at what Au and Target said lol!

Hannah and Lucy said...

The first thing mum did was examine the length of her pinky - she thinks hers is long enough to mean she is ok - btw she loves pink nail polish too!
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Nyu said...

I have autoimmune disease but my little finger is enough long.. ^^'''

lupie said...

Yay! I shall get my pink nail polish!!!

I read this 'short 5th finger' theory is observed in people with autoimmune Celiac and Thyroid.

I don't have autoimmune Celiac or Thyroid BUT, several doctors have suspected of me having thyroid problem. Blood test came back normal though. :)

Just like ANA, if you are tested positive, doesn't mean you have autoimmune condition. However, if your result is negative, it doesn't mean you don't have autoimmune condition either.

Ramblingon said...

You know what? YOUR hand and MY hand are alike!!!

lupie said...

Really?
Wow or Yikes?
Hehehe ...

sesemut said...

oh mannn... really?...
well , we should form a club then..

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