Those born under the sign of the pig can seem too good to be true. Sincere, loyal, caring and honourable to a fault, the pig will seek to do right by everyone. Pigs will nearly always be described as 'nice' by those that come across them.Deeply trusting of others, the pig will expect that everyone lives by the same values and has an almost child-like belief in the goodness of everyone. As a result, and because they tend to find it difficult to take advice, pigs can be caught off-guard in business.
The pig's one fault is that, as his name would suggest, he doesn't always know when to stop indulging. Like the sheep, the pig is driven by the aesthetic. Pigs love to be surrounded by beauty and style and so can become trapped in a cycle of shopping until they, and their credit cards, drop! They have a penchant for fine food, vintage wines and designer labels because only the best is good enough and so they may end up being dismissed by some people as snobs.
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Rats make great businesspeople - their legendary intelligence, aggressive ambition and quick wits mean that they often achieve more in 24 hours than others do in as many days. However, their drive and perfectionism means that it is almost impossible to work with or for a Rat, so their success will rarely extend beyond themselves - they are not empire builders they're maverick entrepreneurs.Although typically successful, Rats are rarely content. They always believe that something bigger and better is around the corner but instead of planning for the future choose to live in the moment. So, if not hugely succesful, the rat might be a bankrupt! No such thing as half measures for typical ratsMoney is spent as it is earned. Investment is not a word in the rat's financial dictionary. Because the Rat has no ability to envisage the future - s/he is unable to plan for it and will rarely have a pension, insurance and health plans or money for a rainy day. They are far more likely to invest in a spur of the moment fashion purchase, holiday or big night out.Never borrow money from a Rat, because although generous in the spur of the moment, rats are thrifty with hindsight and will charge huge amounts of interest on any loan!Famous rats include: Liam Gallagher, Geri Halliwell, Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, Ben Affleck (all born 1972), Carol Vorderman, Hugh Grant, Leslie Ash (all born 1960), Prince Charles, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Judy Finnigan (all born 1948).Instead of borrowing from a rat, click here for the best deals on personal loans
The monkey is intelligent, successful and well liked by everyone they meetWith endless enthusiasm and energy, monkeys are one of the few signs that can turn almost any project into a success and make a fortune from nothing. Monkeys have enormous charisma and often become famous in their chosen field.The monkey can be self-centered and unscrupulous in business matters. They are driven by money and will often put profits ahead of sound business strategy.But their quick wits and ability to charm anyone, mean that they normally succeed where others might have failed. You will rarely meet a monkey living on the poverty line.Famous monkeys include: Darius Danesh (1980), Kylie Minogue, Damon Albarn, Guy Ritchie (all born 1968), Michael Douglas, and Mick Jagger (both born 1944).Hmm... :burp:
From one monkey to another :smoke:
Mr Tibbs wrote
You'll be a fucking hero and some sort of tree-hugging yoghurt-weaving organisation is bound to reward you with free sandals and worry-beads for the rest of your low-impact environmentally friendly life.
Monkies of the world unite, most of the above is true but hey ho what you going to do :smoke:
It seems I'm a Pig and this is what it said about me:
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So, are we all witty, charming, intelligent and rich with oodles of charisma?
Yes. Can you lend me a few quid so I can get a beer?
No I'll see if I can charm the barstaff for a freebie
Okay, you charm her and I'll nip behind the bar and pour us a round of drinks :smoke:
Maybe it's the nice part of each that everyone likes to think applies to them, and the 'failings' part that people are a little more choosy over what they accept.-- Kev the skeptic who'd like to believe
Bikerbird 400 wrote
Wonder if bikers in particular are a certain type?
Roosters tend to be very focused in their goals. They have a 'sixth sense' about their future careers, being in the right place at the right time, and often experience success at a young age.
Roosters like to be noticed. They are sometimes criticised for being attention seeking and often dress in extravagant clothes, live in big houses and drive fast cars.
Of all the signs, they're the most obsessed with their appearance and will think nothing of spending a fortune on an expensive beauty treatment, designer outfit or luxury accessory.
However, deep down roosters are actually very conservative. They're prepared to work hard to achieve their goals, are highly organised and disciplined and strongly family orientated.
Although money is no object when it comes to looks, roosters are extremely thrifty in other areas of their lives and will compare prices endlessly. They're thrilled to find a mortgage for 1% less than their neighbour, will buy food from the 'on offer' trolley and save money-off coupons.
Famous roosters include: Britney Spears, Anna Kournikova (both born 1981),
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