Aries (Mar21 - Apr19)
Taurus (Apr20 - May20)
Gemini (May21 - Jun20)
Cancer (June21 - July22)
Leo (Jul23 - Aug22)
Virgo (Aug23 - Sep22)
Libra (Sep23 - Oct22)
Scorpio (Oct23 - Nov21)
Sagittarius (Nov22 - Dec21)
Capricorn (Dec22 - Jan19)
Aquarius (Jan20 - Feb18)
Pisces (Feb19 - Mar20)
Bright, but not too bright
A big, strong, and sturdy one that I can respect
Easygoing and people-friendly
Independent, and doesn’t need to be coddled all the time
Something weird and exotic!
One that’s able to help me with things.
Whatever; I’m not a pet person.
Something outdoorsy, like the woods or freshly cut grass
Right after it rains, it's so peaceful.
Salty ocean air, just like being at the beach!
Open mountain air. Plain enough.
One of those weird abstract candles. I've always wondered what stardust and sweet dreams are supposed to smell like.
Strong and fresh, like mint, citrus, or other herbs.
Things like flowers or sweets: soft and inviting.
Strictness and strong authority; to crack down on people who aren’t getting the job done!
Someone who can motivate and inspire. Morale is important.
A sort of ‘laissez faire’ approach, not wanting to interfere with good ideas.
Confidence, ambition; having nothing against knocking those who stand in the way down.
Intelligence above anything else. I don't want to be guided by someone who doesn’t know what they’re doing!
A heart. Leaders should support those in need, and act as a mentor and protector of those who can’t do it themselves.
Modesty, and actually communicating. High-and-mighty attitudes are completely counterproductive!
Fixer-uppers… too much work! It’s not worth it.
Outdated furniture and appliances.
Anything that’s ugly, of course.
A bad location.
How much it costs, generally.
Lack of storage. I need places to put all my stuff!
A nice, introspective walk to appreciate the little things.
Browsing the local museum, perhaps…
Random road trip, go!
Aren’t there productive things I could be doing? Like unfinished chores? ...No chores?
Visit a historical building, or the older part of town, maybe.
Go to the pool/beach and let all my worries drift away.
Enjoying the peaceful learning environment of the library. Maybe I’ll learn something, too?
The plainest, most unobtrusive thing possible, like an ordinary charm bracelet or simple gold chain.
Pearls go with most outfits, right?
The shiniest, priciest thing on the shelves. It’s bound to be good!
Something wacky and cool! If they don’t like it, they’ll at least get a laugh out of it, right?
Get a customized charm with their name or something.
Watches are pretty useful. Everyone could use one, somehow.
Whatever I like best. I think I have pretty good tastes!
My intellect and wit.
My strong will!
My generosity and kindness.
My many talents.
My easygoing nature.
My randomness and unpredictability!
My ability to adapt to any situation.
My hard work.
When people actually knew what fun is. Nowadays whenever you beat someone fair and square or pull off a cool prank people whine and cry over it. Bah!
The past itself, really. Now museums are boring and monuments are only there to deface… it’s pretty saddening.
Being able to go out and about without having to be paranoid about what might happen to you. I wish I could just be thrilled by exploring the neighborhood alone!
Call me an old man, but kids these days don’t go outside anymore. What’s so bad about sunshine and fresh air?
I actually liked reading books and newspapers and other real, physical reading material… and I still do…
Meh, I’m more a modern person... Just gimme my favorite old books/movies/songs I guess.
The brave, all-loving hero, who defends the weak and gives from the rich to the poor.
The clever trickster who can outfox anyone and any situation!
Average Joe. Why not?
The cool wise guy who baffles people with their smarts and cracks sarcastic jokes about everything.
A tragic protagonist, be they a misfit or just disliked, who turns out to be an amazing person and learns… friendship or something!
Badasses, of course! Nothing beats raw action and mowing countless bad guys down!
It’s fascinating, and I want to figure out what it is or what makes it tick.
I’ll probably want it for a project later.
I don’t hang onto stuff I don’t need, so whatever it is, it’s essential to the way I live life.
Mostly souvenirs; I picked it up to remind me of somewhere I went!
The jewels of nature are the shiniest -- er, metaphorically speaking. I love things like acorns, seashells, and rocks.
It’ll make me big bucks later.
To remind me of things I love or used to love.
Inability to see something coming.
Lack of passion.