Per­son­al­ity just a front

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PEO­PLE’S per­son­al­i­ties can be learnt from the colour of their front door, re­search shows.

A red front door has happy ex­tro­verts liv­ing be­hind it, while those with white doors are usu­ally jolly, too.

Green or brown doors are also likely to be opened by fam­i­lies or sin­gles who con­sider them­selves to be ‘happy’ over­all.

A spokesman for paint spe­cial­ist Far­row & Ball, which com­mis­sioned the re­search, said: “A front door is the first thing you see when you ap­proach some­one’s house and you can tell you a lot about the home and its owner.”

The re­search in­di­cates that those liv­ing be­hind a black front door are the most suc­cess­ful, while those with pur­ple doors are the most so­cia­ble.

Pink front doors show the oc­cu­pant is likely to be dar­ing, and those who live be­hind orange doors emerged as the hap­pi­est in their re­la­tion­ships.

Peo­ple liv­ing be­hind a green door were re­vealed as the most trust­wor­thy, smart and so­phis­ti­cated.

A pur­ple door is likely to house a chatty owner, while yel­lows come out as the loud­est and worst neigh­bours.

MY wife tells me obe­sity runs

in her fam­ily. Must be the only f***ing thing

that does!

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