Chinese Astrology/Dragon and Monkey
The Dragon and the Monkey make a fiery, fun match! These two Signs have a ton in common -- both are highly energetic with plenty of optimism, brash courage and get-up-and-go; both love anything exciting -- parties, amusement parks, nightclubs ... The Monkey, especially, loves to pursue its own pleasures, but together these two will live life in their customary fast-paced style. They are both such fiery personalities that occasional flare-ups of temper are likely; however, neither Sign is interested in holding a grudge and both are perfectly happy to hash things out and then move on.
As lovers, their connection is electric. In the bedroom these two are like baby tigers, tumbling and playing together with claws bared! It's all in good fun, of course. If these two live together their house may not be very well kept, as they don't tend to spend much time at home. Neither Sign makes much time for mundane activities like cleaning, folding laundry, cooking balanced meals and so on; the good thing is, neither one minds or even notices a messy house! The Dragon does like to have a nice, comfortable place to come home to at the end of the day, but isn't likely to expect the Monkey to provide that comfort.
As business partners these two must take care not to take too many unnecessary risks. They are both risk-takers already, and together they just urge one another on to take the business in new directions -- which could be good or bad. The Dragon is very lucky, though, both with money and in general. This Sign also tends to work harder than the Monkey, who just wants to have fun, but the Dragon does have tremendous motivating powers.
Remember that each year is associated not only with a Chinese Sign but also with one of the Chinese Elements -- Metal, Water, Wood, Fire or Earth. That means there's Metal Dragons, Water Dragons, Wood Monkeys, Fire Monkeys ... Find your Element as well as your Sign and see how your Element affects your Animal nature.
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