Chinese Snake and Rooster

Chinese Snake and Rooster

You’re a Chinese Rooster, or Chinese Cock as the Rooster is also know as, if you were born in the years 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993 or 2005. The Rooster is described as a pioneer in spirit, devoted to work and the quest for knowledge. It is selfish and eccentric and is best matched with Snakes and Oxen.

Roosters are quick thinkers and are practical and resourceful, preferring to stick to what is tried and true rather than taking unnecessary risks. Roosters are keenly observers of their surroundings and those around them. It’s hard to slip anything past a Rooster, since they seem to have eyes in the backs of their heads. This quality can lead others to think the Rooster is psychic, but that’s not generally the case; instead, this Sign enjoys a keen attention to detail that makes it a whiz at anything requiring close analysis. Roosters make great lawyers, brain surgeons and accountants, to name a few of this Sign’s possible occupations. Above all else, the Rooster is very straightforward and rewards others’ honesty in kind

To be born in the year of the snake means you were born in the years 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989 or 2001. Wise and intense with a tendency towards physical beauty. Vain and high tempered. You might say for a female snake that she’s somewhat of a diva.

The Chinese Snake is an interesting mix of extroversion paired with introversion, intuitive reasoning paired with business savoir-faire. Snakes are considered to be lucky with money and will generally have more than enough to live life to the fullest, regardless of how important it considers money to be but this may be due to the fact that Snakes tend to be rather tight with cash. They’re not stingy; they’re simply more mentally than physically active. Snakes tend to hang back a bit in order to analyze a situation before jumping into it. Their charming, seductive quality actually belies a rather retiring nature; this Chinese Sign is perfectly happy to spend the whole day curled up with a good book and, thus, can be mislabeled as being lazy.

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