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Friday, July 27, 2007

snape's my favorite

(I originally drafted -- or, cut-n-pasted -- this back in February, but for some reason, I never posted it. Since its title is 'Snape's My Favorite', which he always was, I thought I'd post it today.)

The person born in the year of snake is perhaps the wisest and most enigmatic of all. He/she can become a philosopher, a theologian, a political wizard or a wily financier. Such a person is a thinker who also likes to live well. The snake-person loves books, music, clothes, and fine food; but with all their fondness for the good things in life, their innate elegance gives them a dislike for frivolities and foolish talk.

Snake-persons like communicating and like interesting conversations; if the conversation becomes repetitive their attention may soon wander. It is almost impossible to fix their attention for long talking about every day habits. They prefer to focus on new, interesting and evolutionary ideas in general.

These people have a special talent that enables them to judge situations correctly. They are alert to new possibilities: when they have an idea of what to do and how to do it, they will pursue it persistently and energetically. In Chinese astrology it is believed that they are self-confident and willing to listen to someone else's opinion, but don't necessarily take it 'on board'. Refusing to listen to constructive advice, they may be prone to getting into needless trouble.

Although it is difficult for such people to take advice, they are patient with others when it comes to giving a helping hand, and their ability to look at a problem from a variety of angles is extremely useful. When faced with a dilemma, snake people, as a rule, act with speed and conviction, since they believe intensely in what they are doing and rarely waste time or energy on projects lacking in good potential.


Anonymous said...

I have a fascination with snakes. I think they're sexy too. Onlly don't tell my husband, because he hates them.

Do snakes get on well with tigers?

Tori :) said...

I have a pet snake named Wormy. But that doesn't really have anything to do with this post.

QueenScarlett said...

sssssssssnakesssss are ssssssssassssssy and ssssssssssssexy....sssssssssssss (and ssssssssssomtimes vain but that'ssssssss becausssssssssssssssse we're gorgeoussssssssssss - hehehe)

Sister Pottymouth said...

I catch snakes with my bare hands, you know. I just had to say that.

Anonymous said...

Yeah. Julie is my snake-charmer friend.

Anonymous said...

there was a snake on my front porch this morning. i'm not pleased.

b. said...

I chopped a snake's head off with a shovel once because it tried to eat my baby. I'm.not.kidding.