Why does our left foot sound different from our right foot?

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Hiraku-San

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Have you wonder why you can differentiate your or other people footsteps without trouble? Just by the sound you can tell its left or right even though it is after all the same foot just left and right... actually there is lots of theories why some say it is the difference in pressure between both foot but hell even with controlled amount of pressure i still cant get a relatively same sound... another theory is related to your hearing but i cant say much about it... there are other theories that i did not write but i just love to hear your opinion ;)

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jasaiyajin

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thats a new one on me, never heard of that...

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  • Aug 21, 2006

Gallopia

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In malay turning left n right is :' Kekana posing' means right n 'kekeri posing' means Right bothe sound the same >.<
So i always get confused..... >.<

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  • Aug 21, 2006
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I heard somewhere (I think from my mother) that the left foot is slightly larger than the right foot, as well as the left hand and breast. Maybe that explains it?
I've noticed that shoe shops (here in England, at least) only ever put the right shoe out on display.

  • Aug 28, 2006

Hiraku-San

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Er lets see i think my hand is about the same size XD

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Kyuoto

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Probably from the around of times you use it realtively to how hard you use it.

  • Aug 31, 2006

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