When it comes to friendship, we all have our own unique style. Some of us are social butterflies with buddies littered all over the globe, while others are content with one good BFF and a trustworthy network of acquaintances. But did you know that your Chinese Astrology sign can say a lot about your friendship style? Read on – you’ll probably learn something new about the peeps in your posse:
Independent Rats like a close brood of a few good buddies. This doesn’t mean he won’t love socializing, but at the end of the day, he wants to be surrounded by his clan.
Introverted Oxen prefer family over friendship. An Ox’s best friend will probably be his brother, cousin, or even one of his parents.
Outgoing Tigers need lots of friends who can keep up with their lifestyles! They value loyalty, however, so they’ll only keep you around if you prove your worth.
Cautious Rabbit doesn’t want a lot of people in his social circle. Just a few educated, intelligent and cultured companions with whom he can share his love of art, music, and fine food.
Daring Dragons need attention! They’re usually at the center of a crowd, with many, many people in their social circles, but only a select one or two will really know a Dragon’s heart.
Charming Snakes often have friends all over the board – they fit in with different groups easily, acting as a chameleon. And they prefer it this way, since they don’t want anyone truly knowing who they are.
Energetic Horse wants honest and practical friendships – people who share his interests and don’t take life too seriously. His friends have to be active and open-minded, too.
Sensitive Sheep will get along with everyone, but they usually pair up with a few quirky mates who share their spiritual views or unique philosophies about life.
Braniac Monkeys want friends with whom they can be intellectual equals. While a Monkey can have fun in just about any situation, he wants his mind to be stimulated above everything else.
Critical Roosters appreciate successful, driven types. Their friends are often childhood pals or college buddies who have proven to be loyal, always interesting, and smart.
Skiddish Dogs don’t trust easily, so they tend to stick with just a few close pals. They may have a lot of acquaintances on the outside, yes. But only those who have proven to be loyal will be allowed in.
Friendly Pigs get along with everyone, but that doesn’t mean they like everyone! A Pig will have a strong network of close friends, but won’t be afraid to let you loose if you wrong him.