How to read your palm

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Please, for old time’s sake, take your right hand and study it most closely.

Now then, you see that deep line at, say, seven o’clock heading up to one o’clock?  Well, my old friend, that’s what we term your lifeline.

And see that line coming in from the left, just before what we might term a quarter to? Ah come on now, don’t be all salty like that: you can see it; just look a little harder.  That’s the one!  The one curving up to join your lifeline, the one that runs alongside your lifeline for an inch or so before veering off to the right, heading off who knows where and then becoming a little faint?

Well yes, that would be me, yes.  Indeed it would.  Typically me you might say.

Now, would you just keep an eye on that line?  Just let me know if it does anything weird.  Would you do that for me?

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20 thoughts on “How to read your palm

    1. I’ve looked at all the latest research on this issue in response to your comment. It transpires that the articles with the most citations conclude that this probably means – as far as we can tell – that you’ve been eating chocolate at some stage. Sorry if I should have broken this sensitive information to you more gently…..

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