(wait for it~!)
I’m a Leo.
Whenever I read the guff about us Leos I get a swollen head and mutter modest things like “Awwww, shucks” and stuff. You know how it is (you would if you were a Leo).
Then tonight something led me back to the Chinese Zodiac, wherein I vaguely remember that I’m a Dog. (It suits; but what exactly is a Zodiacal Dog, hmmm?). So below please find:
Loyal, keen, creative, patient
Most Dog people are born theoreticians which mean that they seldom apply the theory into practice throughout daily life. Although they have wonderful ideas and good proposals, they lack practical experience. Consequently if they can meet a nice and intelligent leader, they can make full use of their advantages. They are loyal to their jobs and no matter how many troubles they meet, most of them won’t give up easily. They can always complete work tasks within the required time. Bosses can trust them and give them vital work to do. Thus generally speaking, they can get promotions and have stable incomes in early and middle ages.
Best Jobs for Dog
Chinese zodiac Dog characteristics are honest, cheerful, candid and right-minded, so they can find satisfying jobs easily. During work, they prefer to solve problems in a simple and efficient way. They like doing competitive work because their outstanding abilities need to be aroused by difficulties.
Suitable Jobs: doctor, teacher, lawyer, writer, politician, judge, accountant, civil servant, programmer, or philosopher …
If I had but one half of a mere fraction of a chance for a replay I’d opt for Philosopher. Boom boom!
Given that the guff describes me much better than I’d ever describe myself (modesty is our major fault, dammit) I’ll just have to run with it …
AND WHAT ‘SIGN’ ARE YOU
hmmmm? Go read your stars as objectively as you can … and confess, do they actually fit? Can you bend ’em to fit?
Don’t fret—I’m still searching a meaning for that “allegiant” … perhaps us Dogs are a bit illiterate, and they tactfully left it out~?