Chinese Astrology/Dragon and Pig
The Dragon and the Pig make especially great friends and lovers. The fiery Dragon can seem like a fiercely brave and independent Sign, yet its high energy belies a warm, soft heart. The Pig is a great match, being very soft and warm of heart itself; to the Pig, nothing matters more than close friends and family. The Pig is also very much a sensualist, delighting in rich foods, lovemaking, soft sheets, warm baths and so on. While the Dragon won't want to spend quite as much time as the Pig does lolling around in the sheets, these two will connect over their love of experiencing things to the fullest.
These two make great lovers but must remember to allow one another their differences. The Pig will have to let the Dragon to follow its whims and shouldn't expect this Sign to spend much time at home. However, whatever time is spent at home will definitely be quality time; the Dragon throws its heart into whatever it's doing. If these two live together, the Dragon will love the plush comfort the Pig provides at home, but will have to refrain from becoming irritated at what might seem like the Pig's lazy nature.
The Pig actually isn't lazy at all; this Sign can be a tireless worker when it believes in the goal. If these two Signs are business partners, the Dragon will likely be at the helm, using its energy and initiative to keep things moving forward. The Dragon is a risk-taker who follows its impulses and, being a lucky Sign, the risks generally pay off. The Pig will be happy to work toward shared goals and follow the Dragon's lead; the Pig loves to be of service to someone it cares about. Both Signs can trust one another to be loyal partners.
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 Pigs, Fire Pigs ... Find your Element as well as your Sign and see how your Element affects your Animal nature.
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