Personality – Monkey

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Monkeys are fun and loving persons who are always cheerful and energetic. They are very clever. Give a monkey a boring book to read and he’ll turn it into a Broadway Show. Better yet, he’ll invite everyone to see it free!

If you go to a party, you’ll find Monkeys at the center of attention. Their charm and humor is the key to their popularity. Sociable and diplomatic as they may appear, they can be deceptive sometimes – they hide their opinions of others beneath their friendliness.

Monkey people are very good at problem-solving. Wherever you are, whoever you maybe, if you’ve got a problem pick up the phone and dial-a-Monkey. Monkeys know how to listen closely and work out solutions at the same time. And because of Monkeys’ curiosity, they usually have a great thirst for knowledge. Still, they have few scruples – they could be unreasonable, and they have the ability to persuade themselves and everyone around them to believe that they are doing the right things. Some say monkeys are self-centered, some say they are opportunistic, some say they are guileful, but monkeys couldn’t care less – because they are also indifferent about what others think of them.

The monkey has a good chance of becoming famous or well-known. Whatever he does, his charm and luck will make him successful. As friends, Monkeys are both loyal and devoted, as lovers, they can be passionate and yet flighty – they can fall easily in and out of love.

And one last truth about monkey people is, they adore¬†bananas. Go visit your monkey friend’s kitchen, I bet you will find some bananas there.

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Sabrina Liao

Sabrina Liao has a passion for all things creative, fun and challenging. An avid tennis player/Federer fan & animal lover, she published her English book "Chinese Astrology" in 2001 and 6 more books in Technology and Life in New York City.