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Post  Deepak Gupta on Sun Jan 12, 2014 4:20 am
Typist with 12 fingers claims sexism is the reason he can't find work
November 11, 2013, 10:12 am

An Indian man with 12 fingers says his typing skills are being ignored because 'employers only want attractive women'.
Vijay Singh can reportedly hit out more than 100 words per minute with his 12 fingers but is leaving native India for Britain after being rejected from more than 50 jobs.
"They want pretty women, not some guy who has 12 finger," he said.
Despite his extra fingers, Vijay Singh can't find work as a typist. Photo: Stian Alexander.
The 48-year-old suffers from Polydactyly and his extra fingers act as fully-functioning digits, which is often seen as a symbol of good luck in India.
While most people with the condition have a small piece of soft tissue that can be removed, Singh suffers from a rare case. He also has 12 toes.
He may be a self-proclaimed whiz on the keyboard, but he's not the best.
The Daily Mail reports the world's fastest typist is Michael Shestov, who can type at speeds of up to 17 characters per second - in 27 different languages.

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Post  Sue Miller on Sun Jan 12, 2014 4:56 pm

Hi Deepak, I was wondering if you think that extra fingers have meanings the same as the other ones, or would an extra little finger for example just add to the Mercury finger traits rather than having some other meaning.
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Post  Deepak Gupta on Sun Jan 12, 2014 7:14 pm

Hi Sue

The extra finger form the ulnar side (little finger) is also called as postaxial polydacyly, and extra thumb from radial side is called as preaxial polydacyly. Some time these fingers are as same as normal fingers or some time very small in size and less functional use as part of hand.

If finger is very prominent and functional, we can consider as extra mercury finger and to gather more information of all parameters for hand analysis.

I have seen one hand with extra thumb on the left hand which was operated and removed in childhood. The left hand of the person was very less functional in adult age. Removal of extra thumb looses the power of thumb.

One of the known Indian film actor has extra thumb in his right hand. Need more information to read these hands.

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