Wednesday, 15 September 2010
06:09:41 PM (GMT)
Roosters are organised, excellent time keepers and hard workers. They are faithful
as friends, and very strongly family oriented. Despite this they can be somewhat
headstrong, and not a little arrogant in giving advice, particularly of the sort that
is not asked for! Although outwardly showy, at heart the rooster is somewhat
insecure, by nature conservative and old fashioned.
The Chinese believe there are two types of rooster characters. The first is the
sunrise/sunset rooster. Born during the sunset or sunrise hours, these are extrovert
roosters who live for the moment. Money is seen as functional, its function being for
spending - and they will spend with abandon. They are no strangers to overdrafts. The
other group, those born outside of the sunrise/sunset ours, are the opposite. Very
tight-fisted, they will go to the supermarket just before closing to find the items
that have been reduced in price. They save money with great determination, only to
squander it in an unguarded moment.
Of all the signs they are the most outspoken and blunt. . Roosters enjoy keeping
records and are forever writing notes on bits of paper which are then filed and put
away. They also tend to build castles in the air, which leads to another prominent
feature of their personality; to promise more than they can deliver. A little short
of initiative at times, once Roosters find a task that fits their rigid temperament
nothing will stand in a Roosters way.
Although blunt, the roosters honesty makes for stable relationships. Their tendency
to point out faults in other sometimes loses them friends, especially as they
themselves do not take criticism easily.