Talk To The Hand

I had my palms read a few days ago (at the mall, of all accepted places. Similarly (ha! get it?), you may be thinking ‘WTF? ’ And you would be right. In certain respects. But on the other hands (again! The hilarity!), this should come as no surprise. After all, there are many things in life that I love, and new agey things of all kinds are included here. Tarot, psychic readings, mediums, and today palmistry: I officially love all of them. Some time ago, I developed a new beauty mark on the palm of my still left (dominant) hand.

I got never seen a beauty tag on a hand before, therefore i decided that I have to go get my palms read to see if this mark supposed anything significant. Not knowing the foggiest little bit about the relative lines, etc. on hands (or about palm reading in general), I still suspected that the specific placement of this beauty tag on my palm would mean something special. Or foreboding. Or downright horrific. You never know, right? Thursday evening to pick up some last items for the coworker’s baby shower celebration, there have been PSYCHICS, TAROT READERS, and PALM READERS right there!

Naturally, I figured that was too easy and that the mall psychics must have been sent to me by the universe in response to my general curiosity about my new mole. THEREFORE I booked an appointment and ready to be amazed. Disclaimer: I fully realize that palm reading, along with most other new agey things, must be approached with a great big salt lick. That said, it was quite interesting to see what secrets and absurdities my hands whispered to a female who acquired never fulfilled me before. I had been very intrigued by my reading, to state minimal.

  • Clinical Protection
  • Signs of ageing appear very late
  • Salicylic acid (Stridex maximum power acne pads)
  • The All-Over-Smoke: This look is smokey all over the place, with a concentrate on just one single color
  • Smile such as a monkey that has just been handed a banana
  • DO wear sunscreen with an SPF of 15 (at least!) every day
  • Pregnant women and breastfeeding women must avoid the usage and program of glycerin
  • Not enough hyaluronic acid

Again, for a woman who knows nothing at all about me, “Sandra” got specific within my reading quite. I had developed recently finished menstruating this month (too much information? Oh, sorry. EASILY get married whatsoever, it’ll be late in life pretty. I am apparently what one might call a ‘late bloomer’ in love, if you would like to trust the lies that my hands are telling Sandra. Sandra held requesting if this ‘significant man’ in my own life- you know, the athletic and artistic one which I travel with- was my buddy.

Um, no. That is one fallout of experiencing a wedding ring that looks nothing beats a wedding ring (see above). That when I really do get married, it will be primarily to gain status. Quite simply, my hands casually dropped it to their conversation with Sandra that I would marry for money.

If I ever got wedded, that is (past due bloomer, you understand). I am not a intimate. Right. Um… I can say with the most certainly that is absurd. I am hopelessly (and tragically!) passionate to my core. I have not just one, but two sets of TWINS written into my palms! That’s 4 times more reason to be preventing conception at all costs!

I might be thinking about sexual bondage and/or domination. Where in fact the hell do my hands say THAT? DID I MENTION THE TWINS! There’s sets of these etched into my hands! And What Of THE WONDER Mark? This part was the most interesting, methinks. ONCE I asked Sandra about the importance of the mole, she required out her magnifying glass, peered into it carefully, and researched the placement of my beauty mark silently. “The placement of this mark lies at the intersection between two areas and lines on your hand. The first area is named the Deja-Vu area, which implies if you ask me what what I’m about to let you know is something you have previously heard before.

The second range in the intersection is the Sugar line, which tells me that you have a very strong sweet tooth, but that all sugars, including milk sugars, cause you to feel ill. Anyway, despite some misses amongst the strikes (ahem), I had been amused by Sandra’s reading pretty. Palm reading isn’t something I’d did very frequently, but I was definitely intrigued by her insights and amused by the plain things that were way off bottom.