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Rooster Chinese Zodiac

By: Gail Leino

Individuals born under the sign of the Rooster Chinese Zodiac are often seen as difficult individuals to get along with. Roosters want to be the center of attention. They have their own ideas, and they are not really interested in any ideas anyone else might want to share. They are kind on the inside, if you can get close enough to see past their puffed up over-confidence that makes them appear contentious, obstinate, and just plain stuck-up. The strange thing about the Rooster is that he is totally unaware of just how full of himself he really is. He is optimistic about life yet completely blind to his own faults. This can prove extremely frustrating to anyone who has to deal with him for long periods of time, until they get to know him better. That seemingly bossy persona is not necessarily what it first seems to be. More times than not it is a way to get attention where the Rooster wants it – on himself.

Roosters are extravagant spenders but only when it benefits them. Otherwise, they are extremely frugal and excellent at developing plans and budgets to enable savings to grow and money to be spent in responsible and reasonable ways. Roosters will get the job done, but they won’t be creating any new ideas in the process. They are patient, reasonable, and generally speaking will play by the rules. Individuals born under the sign of the Rooster Chinese Zodiac are perfectionists and are willing to help others learn to do things correctly, thus ensuring success for both parties. This makes the Rooster Chinese Zodiac individual and excellent employee. Roosters will often stay and work in the same positions over long periods of time, as they prefer to live in a simple and comfortable way. Roosters will be more than aware of their worth and will remind you of that worth every chance they get.

The Rooster Chinese Zodiac, in seeking compatibility in love or business, the Rooster should be paired with the
Dragon, Snake or Ox Chinese Zodiac Signs. The Rooster Chinese Zodiac is the sign for individuals who were born in 1909, 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993 and 2005.

About the Author

Mrs. Party... Gail Leino takes a common sense approach to planning and organizing events, celebrations and holiday parties with unique ideas for birthday party supplies and fun free educational party games. She explains proper etiquette and living a healthy life while also teaching organizational skills and fun facts. The Party Supplies Hut has lots of party ideas with hundreds of free coloring sheets, printable games, and free birthday party activities. What is your Chinese zodiac sign? Find out more info and get Chinese Zodiac Party Supplies for holidays, birthdays and special events.