Friday, August 28, 2009
I have this habit of looking at Horoscope predictions. I don't know how I became interested in it...maybe it is in my genes, because dad can give decent predictions reading a 'Jadagam' and his knowledge was got from books. So, anyway, I somehow tend to look at the horoscope in newspapers and online whenever I can. I don't tend to go by it though. But sometimes I can relate to the horoscope for my sign.(especially The New Indian Express horoscope is scarily accurate at times!) And I know the sun signs by heart :P
I've read Scorpio is compatible with Capricorn, and I find a lot of my good friends and people who actually understand me too much are Capricorns (Eg: Bhuvana, Supri, Yushi, Dinesh)
"The most magnetic, the most mystifying and the most misunderstood sign of the zodiac"
"Possessiveness and jealousy are the characteristics traits of the Scorpion and a Scorpio cannot tolerate sharing something or someone they considers theirs. Whenever they become involved in a relationship, they become emotionally much attached, though it may take some time for their partner to realize this." (Sometimes, this gets too much. We aren't extra jealous or possessive, are we?)
I somehow like my sun sign. Maybe because my sign represents whatever I am, or because I'm that way because of my sign. But I never met a fellow Scorpio friend up until college(with the exception of our Philosopher Subha), and in college it sort of became an overdose. I found Sukanya. I found Bumboo. I also happened to find Deepika. *Shrugs*
I somehow always find sun sign predictions and personality matches...I've seen living proof of this, and also people who are totally opposite to their signs. Whatever. Horoscopes are fun, and as long as they remain just for fun, eet ees acceptable I guess.
Ok...so now you are wondering what is the WHOLE POINT of this post?! Well, it is completely pointless :-) Got the point?
PS: Ok. The truth is I've been trying to see if there is the remoteset chance if Scorpio and Taurus can be good friends. As far as I can see, it seems quite impossible. (Sandy is an exception).