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Jasper Mulligan
 Posted: Jan 15 2017, 04:26 AM
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You are a Dog!

Dog Characteristics
Cheerful -Devoted -Easy-going -Protective -Faithful -Impatient


There's something about a dog's warm, expressive eyes that'll charm your socks off every time. Dog personalities feature many of the characteristics of the canine family and are some of the kindest, warmest creatures in the animal kingdom. Although they border on the predictable, they're never boring or eccentric.

It Can be Hard to Spot a Dog Personality
Dog personalities come in all shapes and sizes and it's difficult to identify them by physical appearance alone. The best way to recognize one is by its dominant trait: gregariousness. Energetic and eager-to-please, they have an overabundance of energy, spend a great deal of time at play and are frisky and happy even when hard at work. Expressive with people that they love, they readily display distaste for those they dislike.

Dogs do not display the characteristically sharp intelligence and aggression of their cousins the wolf and fox. Instead, they rely on their advanced emotional senses to survive. Sensitive to the feelings of others, dog recognize the importance of dominance and submission in the social order and are ready to play their role either way. Sometimes they take the lead, while other times they are happy to tag along and play a more subdued role. Dogs are only secure when their position in the social hierarchy has been clearly defined.

The Secret to the Dog Personality's Success
Dogs take pride in helping others and excel in all aspects of the service industry. Some of the world's best restaurants employ dogs as waiters. Dedicated to their job, dogs love to please your boss. Their desire to help others finds them in a wide variety of industries, including the medical and retail fields. Even so, dogs are also comfortable in leadership roles and are capable of owning their own business or being a supervisor in a large company, especially with deer or sheep personalities as subordinates. Their strong presence and commanding voice barks clear, concise orders and are well liked and respected. Their intelligent insights and gregarious nature make dogs a wonderful salesperson. People instinctively trust dogs, and with a concerted effort they could easily earn a high income.

As eager to please as a dog can be, it can also be a bit of a moocher who believes thou shalt share is the eleventh commandment. A dog wouldn't hesitate in splitting its sandwich or sharing its home, but would have no shame in demanding reciprocation.

Careers & Hobbies


Waiter
Retailer
Medical
Sales
Shepherd
Making love
Hiking
Team sports
Biking


Love & Friendship


Chivalry is not dead in the dog's world and the average dog puts its mate on a pedestal -- making it feel like the most important person in the world. This can be an exquisite delight for individuals who require a lot of attention, but to some, this concern can be quite overbearing. Take the case of the feline personalities whose need for independence clashes with the dog's in-your-face affection. The resulting friction often results in ferocious cat-and-dog fighting.

A dog's love life is a vortex of flirting-filled days and passion-packed nights. After all, a dog is still a dog and it takes a special breed to keep pace with its sexual appetites. Gorillas, zebras, and baboons are certainly up to the challenge but it's really the wolf and wild dog personalities that satiate the dog's carnal hunger.

Fidelity is a problem for one with such a healthy libido, but because dogs want to do the right thing, they fight their straying instincts for as long as possible.


Best Mates for a Dog
Wolf
Bear
Fox

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Pavel Kazanstev
 Posted: Mar 4 2017, 01:15 AM
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Can't say I'm surprised. Freaking bunny.

You are a Rabbit!

Portrait of a Rabbit Personality
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About the Rabbit
Love & Friendship
Best Mates
Matchmaker
Careers & Hobbies
Famous Rabbit Personalities
More Quizzes

Rabbit Characteristics

Small to medium size
Gentle Cute Faithful Passionate Impatient

Scientific Name
Sylvilagus

Collective Term
A gambol of rabbits

Rabbit personalities are small, gentle individuals with a tendency towards shyness and whose instinct is to run at the first sign of danger. Their extraordinarily acute senses are well-developed and always on the lookout for any impending peril.

Rabbits are astoundingly cute and rely heavily on their soft personalities and vulnerable appearance to succeed.
Rabbit Personalities can be Quirky

These beautiful and skittish creatures have the most elegant imaginations of all; spending hours creating magnificent castles in air and populating them with an endless variety of whimsically pastoral characters. These romantic dreams dramatically influence the cottontail's behavior, and although they could be described as quirky, they're also friendly, warm, and understanding.

Although they are bright, cottontails often hide their intelligence when it interferes with their primary method of survival: cuteness! Almost all mammal personalities find them to be irresistibly attractive and they rarely need to employ their personal resources to succeed in their careers or relationships.
Rabbit Personalities are Socially Adept

Their quiet, solitary behavior is often mistaken for timidness, but cottontails are actually quite aggressive in their search for resources.

Because they lack the physical strength of larger animal personalities, they must rely on their social skills to compete in the workplace.

Rabbits function best in situations that don't involve confrontations, which means they are not natural salespeople, but their ability to work with others means they are well-suited for careers in customer support, diplomacy, administrative work and nursing.
Rabbits in the Wild

The cottontail is a small rabbit that varies in color from a reddish-brown to dark gray. They are abundant throughout the world and particularly favor brush-covered woodland.

As an herbivore, the cottontail faces a difficult problem in digesting the coarse twigs and grass that makes up its diet. Unlike other grazing animals, such as goats and sheep which can chew their cud, the cottontail must pass the food through its digestive system twice to ensure complete digestion.
Careers & Hobbies
Diplomat
Nursing
Actor
Advertising
Hiking
Flirting
Volunteering
Camping
Love & Friendship

The rabbit can be impossibly cute. And while its gentle nature makes for a kind and thoughtful partner, its propensity to follow-the-leader makes for something of a lackluster lover. Unbridled passion might be the cottontail's promise, but its tendency to go with the flow makes this bunny's love life predictable and submissive.

Why do people love rabbits so much? Perhaps because they put the feelings of others before their own. As its refuge and sanctuary, the rabbit's partner always comes first -- even before children and siblings. But this doesn't mean that rabbits are desperate for a mate, for they choose their partners deliberately and carefully.

But what is this annoying cottontail habit of leaping into bad relationships? It's the rabbit curse that draws them irresistibly towards stronger animal personalities who seem to offer the security they crave. But these relationships are ultimately disastrous, as Monica Lewinsky learned after she discovered the teeth of a wolf.

Bats and foxes are too spiritual for this practical animal and long-term relationships are best with fellow herbivores who share the rabbit's familial spirit, like deer, prairie dogs, and beavers. But it is marriage to the passive sheep that proves to be its best bet in the long run.
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Caleb Meadows
 Posted: Mar 4 2017, 03:37 PM
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PORCUPINE

Careers and Hobbies
Collections agent
Bureaucrat
Administrator
Politician
Reading
Painting
Movies
Gossip
Photography

Famous Porcupines
Don Rickles
Joan Rivers


Thrifty
Practical
Cynical


Porcupines are physically small individuals with an over-abundance of attitude. Probably due to their lack of self-esteem, they have a tendency to seek comfort by putting others down and wit, sarcasm and ridicule are the primary weapons of its oftentimes disagreeable personality. Its reputation as a backstabber is somewhat undeserved, although it has no problem with gossiping about friends and foe alike.


The Prickly Porcupine Personality
In defense of the porcupine's actions, its barbs are not designed to cause permanent harm. Instead, they're intended as a preemptive attack to protect its own sensitive feelings, and if anyone is wounded by its thorny words the porcupine is quick to come to its victim's aid.

Like other rodent personalities, porcupines are opportunists and are resourceful and creative in their endeavors. Adept at taking advantage of others' mistakes, they are the first to jump on the bandwagon when an opportunity arises.

With their consciously minimalist lifestyle, porcupines' financial needs are limited to the bare essentials of living and their homes are unadorned but functional.


Porcupines Love Solitude
Unambiguous loners, porcupines prefer jobs that reward individual effort and avoid manual labor or work that demands mental concentration. However, if it's lucky enough to find a job that requires a biting tongue, it performs above the call of duty.

The porcupine displays the characteristically sharp mind and opportunistic lifestyle of the rodent personalities, but unable to function successfully in social situations it is limited in its career choices. Of course, a job like postal worker, DMV employee, and IRS agent, matches its prickly personality perfectly.


Porcupines in the Wild
Porcupines are solitary herbivores that spend much of their time in trees in the New World or on the ground in the Old World. Often confused with their distant relative the hedgehog, these animals are highly adapted for self-defense, and when threatened they will rattle their quills in warning, much like rattlesnakes do before striking.

Contrary to popular belief, porcupines do not shoot their quills but instead detach them easily from their bodies and embed them in enemies' skin. The barbed quills work their way into the victim's body, causing painful infections and sometimes death.


Love & Friendship
If there were two words that summarized the porcupine lover, they would be use protection! For in the bedroom, the porcupine tends to be a little too curious and explorative. For them, sex is a gala event that should be spiced with all manner of strange toys and odd positions.

Although it's hard to blunt a porcupine's ardor, they are extraordinarily unromantic and never mushy -- insisting on enforcing their strange set of rules about not cuddling before or after lovemaking.

Although the porcupine would never be indicted as a bore, its me first credo generates significant friction in its love life. Fleshing out the soft underbelly of this brusque individual takes a determined and prudent partner.

The porcupine's mate must be careful where it steps, for porcupines are capable of being especially cruel to the ones they love. In fact, the closer one gets to a porcupine the greater the danger of being wounded. Ultimately though, these stabs turn out to be no more than pinpricks, and if its partner's pride and sense of humor are still intact the relationship will only die of old age.
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Terrance Kolaby
 Posted: Apr 14 2017, 07:55 PM
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You are a Sabel

Cool and confident - if not a little over-polished - sables are the most graceful of the herbivore personalities. With their outstanding physical presence and successful work ethic, they enjoy the universal admiration from colleagues and friends. Dapper in dress and noble in bearing, their tastes and lifestyle are refined and restrained and they disapprove of flashy or ostentatious behavior in any form.

Sables are Super-sleek

Attractive to the opposite sex and popular with their own, sables create a sense of well-being in those who surround them. There is a downside to this adulation however, for the sable sometimes feels pressured into leadership roles that it has no desire to fill, and even though it's not known to be particularly soft-hearted it's the first person to help someone in need.

When life's obstacles are not sufficiently challenging sables set even higher personal goals and, with boundless energy, subject themselves to a vigorous regimen of biking, running, or hiking. Whether tooling around in a sports car or simply running on the beach, speed holds a special fascination, and sables love nothing more than the feel of wind in their hair.

Sables in the Workplace

In business, sables are admired for their excellent negotiation skills and their ability to make courageous decisions. Because of the ease of which they earn money, they tend to be profligate in their spending habits and don't hesitate to spend money on leisure activities.

Sables fiercely protect their hard earned reputation for integrity, taking pride in their ability to make business deals with just a handshake. They are cautious about giving that trust to others, however, which further aggravates their reputation for taking themselves too seriously.

Sables have a particular distaste for routine of any kind, and their work must always be demanding and fast paced. As a high-powered salesperson, stock-broker or manager they are consistently in the top echelons of their field and should avoid jobs that have little chance for advancement.

Sables in the Wild

The sable is surely the most handsome of all the antelope. With long curving horns, these black-coated animals are so confident of their strength that they will even take on a lion in defense of their territories. When approaching a water hole, other grazing animals give way to families of up to thirty individual sable, but they are peaceful if left alone. The adult sable has no natural enemies except man.

Particularly magnificent is the giant sable of southern Africa. Although it is an extremely endangered animal, the majority of its population lives safely in the Luando Reserve in Angola.

Careers & Hobbies

Financier
Stockbroker
Manager
CEO
Fast cars
Team sports
Fine art
Music

Love & Friendship

The sable is a decidedly sexy partner. Educated and open-minded, it insists on variety in its lovemaking, which ranges from a long night of soft cuddling to a spontaneous over-the-kitchen-counter encounter. Sometimes its libido takes on a more quixotic aspect, involving adventurous fantasies and intricate scenarios.

Although the sable is a romantic, it will never be accused of being a syrupy sentimentalist. It showers its lover with compliments and praise, but always manages to keep a sincere tone to its flattery. The stable sable often chooses to live with its partner before committing to a life of monogamy, and by bringing all its worldly experience to the union, the marriage is almost certain to succeed.

When you're as attractive to the opposite sex as the sable is, it's often difficult to determine the true motives of a prospective suitor. Is it my good looks or my money that he or she is interested in? So sables are picky when it comes to their love partners, and are quick to rebuff the advances of the lowly reptiles and annoying primates. While some would fault them for this brusque style of rejection, their up-front policy seems to cause less damage in the long run.

As a typical herbivore, the sable has a natural affinity for the strong willed horses and zebras. Their passionate and untamed spirits fill the sable with carnal arousal and their subsequent wild romps are the talk of the animal kingdom.
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Elandon Bauer
 Posted: May 9 2017, 04:18 AM
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You are a Sable!

Sable Characteristics

Average to large size
Protective
Eloquent
Charming
Snooty
Judgemental

Scientific Name
Hippotragus niger niger

Collective Term
A refinement of sable

Cool and confident - if not a little over-polished - sables are the most graceful of the herbivore personalities. With their outstanding physical presence and successful work ethic, they enjoy the universal admiration from colleagues and friends. Dapper in dress and noble in bearing, their tastes and lifestyle are refined and restrained and they disapprove of flashy or ostentatious behavior in any form.

Sables are Super-sleek

Attractive to the opposite sex and popular with their own, sables create a sense of well-being in those who surround them. There is a downside to this adulation however, for the sable sometimes feels pressured into leadership roles that it has no desire to fill, and even though it's not known to be particularly soft-hearted it's the first person to help someone in need.

When life's obstacles are not sufficiently challenging sables set even higher personal goals and, with boundless energy, subject themselves to a vigorous regimen of biking, running, or hiking. Whether tooling around in a sports car or simply running on the beach, speed holds a special fascination, and sables love nothing more than the feel of wind in their hair.

Sables in the Workplace

In business, sables are admired for their excellent negotiation skills and their ability to make courageous decisions. Because of the ease of which they earn money, they tend to be profligate in their spending habits and don't hesitate to spend money on leisure activities.

Sables fiercely protect their hard earned reputation for integrity, taking pride in their ability to make business deals with just a handshake. They are cautious about giving that trust to others, however, which further aggravates their reputation for taking themselves too seriously.

Sables have a particular distaste for routine of any kind, and their work must always be demanding and fast paced. As a high-powered salesperson, stock-broker or manager they are consistently in the top echelons of their field and should avoid jobs that have little chance for advancement.

Sables in the Wild

The sable is surely the most handsome of all the antelope. With long curving horns, these black-coated animals are so confident of their strength that they will even take on a lion in defense of their territories. When approaching a water hole, other grazing animals give way to families of up to thirty individual sable, but they are peaceful if left alone. The adult sable has no natural enemies except man.

Particularly magnificent is the giant sable of southern Africa. Although it is an extremely endangered animal, the majority of its population lives safely in the Luando Reserve in Angola.

Careers & Hobbies
Financier
Stockbroker
Manager
CEO
Fast cars
Team sports
Fine art
Music

Love & Friendship

The sable is a decidedly sexy partner. Educated and open-minded, it insists on variety in its lovemaking, which ranges from a long night of soft cuddling to a spontaneous over-the-kitchen-counter encounter. Sometimes its libido takes on a more quixotic aspect, involving adventurous fantasies and intricate scenarios.

Although the sable is a romantic, it will never be accused of being a syrupy sentimentalist. It showers its lover with compliments and praise, but always manages to keep a sincere tone to its flattery. The stable sable often chooses to live with its partner before committing to a life of monogamy, and by bringing all its worldly experience to the union, the marriage is almost certain to succeed.

When you're as attractive to the opposite sex as the sable is, it's often difficult to determine the true motives of a prospective suitor. Is it my good looks or my money that he or she is interested in? So sables are picky when it comes to their love partners, and are quick to rebuff the advances of the lowly reptiles and annoying primates. While some would fault them for this brusque style of rejection, their up-front policy seems to cause less damage in the long run.

As a typical herbivore, the sable has a natural affinity for the strong willed horses and zebras. Their passionate and untamed spirits fill the sable with carnal arousal and their subsequent wild romps are the talk of the animal kingdom.
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Parker Echols
 Posted: May 9 2017, 02:41 PM
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WEASEL

Careers and Hobbies
Paparazzi
Reporter
Politician
Lawyer
Fine clothes
Music
Adventure films
Photography

Famous Weasels
Mark Fuhrman
Manuel Noriega

Weasel Characteristics
Attractive
Mischievous
Flirtatious
Conceited
Untrustworthy


Weasel personalities are closely related to badgers and skunks and are suave and disarmingly charming. With their quick minds and lithe physiques they might appear to be promising companions, but are notorious for the Machiavellian streak that underscores their personalities.


The Weasel Personality's Motivation
Their behavior is motivated by the fact that they are one of the world's smallest carnivores, and while lions and wolves may be able to afford a direct approach in acquiring resources the smaller personality of the weasel requires more devious tactics. Its survival strategy is based on the manipulation of others and it uses charm as its chief weapon.

Weasels lack the emotional and spiritual maturity found in the larger carnivores. They are masters of chaos and their above average intelligence allows them to think quite well on their feet. Weasels are attracted to unorthodox environments. Their quick minds are able to take advantage of rapidly changing situations and they'll always emerge with more than their fair share of the booty. They share the same ambitious streak as their cousin the beaver, but their distaste for hard work has them behaving more like their skunk relatives who also resort to chicanery.

Weasels will disguise their intelligence if they believe it to be in their best interest. Natural liars, their earnest persuasions make it difficult to discern their true motives. They have no internal moral struggle with their behavior, since they believe that the end justifies the means. Their talent for manipulation makes weasels natural politicians.


The Weasel's Career Approach
Weasels have an uncanny knack of sensing weakness in others and they'll often team up with more successful animal personalities, gaining their trust and then milking them for all they're worth. These relationships are completely one sided. Taking what they need, they soon scuttle off to prey on their next victim. As lawyers, they are the essence of what is wrong with the justice system. Interested only in filling their own pockets, they can be seen on late night TV touting their personal injury services.

Weasels love to be the center of attention and often toy with the idea of becoming professional entertainers. However, their love for the craft is secondary to their love for themselves, so they will probably never make it to the top as performers.


Weasels in the Wild
Weasels and their related species are the world's most widespread carnivores. They are extremely adaptable animals and are found throughout Asia, Europe, North America, and Africa.

Rumor has it that a weasel can make itself small enough to pass through a wedding ring. While this is difficult to prove, it has been shown that its skull can be pulled through a one-inch hole.

The weasel is a relentless killer. Courageous out of all proportion to its size, it is able to bring down a full-grown cottontail three times its own weight. Sometimes weasels will follow larger Predators, wait for them to make the kill, then scurry off with a piece of the prey.

The weasel's natural enemies are hawks, foxes, owls, and even domestic cats. Because of its reputation as a chicken killer, man has increasingly contributed to its diminishing numbers in the wild.


Love & Friendship
Sex is an escape for the weasel that frequently indulges in quick, wild fixes. And although it has no shortage of willing partners, it favors connections with its favorite targets: badgers, prairie dogs, and wildcats.

The weasel lover is earnest and attentive, with an uncanny ability to make its partner feel as though he or she were the only per- son in the world. Its appealing shyness and disarming vulnerability heightens the illusion. But since honesty is an obstacle to its quest for sex, most partners remain unaware of this rascal's true intentions until they've met its wife and kids.

Weasels are suckers for sexiness and have a natural affinity for members of the cat family whose sensual movements and dangerous rhythms drive them crazy. If and when it comes to marriage, it is better suited for wedlock with the shrew personality who has personal insights into its elusive behavior.

Weasels clash terribly with anyone who has the gumption to call them on their conniving ways; so rhinos, elephants, and bears are carefully avoided.

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 Posted: May 9 2017, 03:03 PM
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WOLF

Careers and Hobbies
Law enforcement
Soldier
Medical fields
Trial Lawyer
Team sports
Outdoor activities
Theater
Debating

Famous Wolves
Tom Cruise
Bill Clinton

Wolf Characteristics
Good looking
Athletic
Decisive
Passionate
Agressive


The rugged wolf is athletic, good-looking and brimming with self-confidence. A close relative of the domestic dog, it is stronger and more aggressive, managing to generate notoriety wherever it marks its territory. The wolf's dark reputation is mainly due to jealousy of its consistent success in work and romance. A wolf in full stride is quite impressive. Firing orders at subordinates while on the phone to customers, no one can get the job done quite as efficiently as the wolf.


The Wolf Personality Requires Loyalty
With an innate understanding of the value of teamwork, it's always ready to take its place in the chain of command either as leader or as simply a member of the pack. When a wolf decides to innovate, it makes sure that it has the backing of a capable team. The wolf is clear-headed and strong-minded, always willing to compromise in the interests of getting a job done.

Wolves are facially expressive and readily communicate their emotional states with body language. They work hard at developing their social relationships, although unlike their cousin the dog they are quick to anger when they sense threats to the social order. When confrontations occurs, they sometimes react suddenly and violently, barking displeasure at offending subordinates. Close companions know to avoid their biting tongue until they resume their normal gregarious behavior.


The Wolf Personality's Career
Wolves are intensely ambitious and never shy from hard work. Socially adept, they function well in leadership and management roles as well as in jobs requiring vision and strength of character. Being a natural motivator, their instinctive understanding of group dynamics serves them well in goal-oriented tasks.

As bosses, wolves demand absolute loyalty and they provide the same allegiance to their employees. Their ability to perform under pressure helps them attain the highest executive levels, and with strong communication instincts they maintain a constant stream of notes, letters, and email to coworkers. Their instinctive understanding of the chain of command makes wolves excellent soldiers or law enforcement officers.


Wolves in the Wild
No animal has been as misunderstood as the wolf. Cast as a bloodthirsty villain in folklore and children's stories, wolves have enjoyed a special mystique that has engendered fear and respect throughout their range.

Thought by many to be the ancestor of the domestic dog, wolves were once widespread over Europe, Asia, and North America. Their range was probably wider than any other carnivore, and their success was due in part to their rigidly enforced social structure.


Love & Friendship
The wolf insists on fidelity from its mate, but even after its partner has sworn its devotion, the wolf must battle its canine hormones that drive it to distraction.

On the positive side of the ledger, the wolf makes a gallant effort to remain faithful; satisfying its haunting need for romance through itsstrong platonic friendships. (At least that's what we're told.)

Is it love or a deep animalistic lust that is the wolf's secret hunger? The answer proves elusive even to the wolf, whose appetites for the hunt bedevil its romantic stability.

When a relationship is in trouble, the wolf leaves no stone unturned in its quest to restore harmony. Unfortunately, this obsessive behavior can give the impression that its partner is simply another challenge for the wolf to conquer.




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Felix Tamblyn
 Posted: May 9 2017, 03:10 PM
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PEACOCK

Careers and Hobbies
Model
Dancer
Actor
Designer
Fitness instructor
Shopping
Plastic surgery
Decorating
Dancing

Famous Peacocks
Josephine Baker
Liberace
Zsa Zsa Gabor

Peacock Characteristics
Flirtatious
Loyal
Superficial


Though it is beautiful, sexy and nattily attired, the peacock persona is simple and uncomplicated. For reasons that date back to its youth, it has developed a taste for being at the center of attention -- craving the balm of constant praise and reassurance. A great deal of the peacock's time is spent in perfecting strategies that can enhance its personal status, and whether it's shopping for clothing or going to the gym to improve its already attractive body its preening borders on the obsessive.


Peacocks Personalities are Flashy
Perched on top of a peacock's lovely neck is a rather small head, decorated by a shock of perfectly coiffed hair. Their designer wardrobe is obsessively maintained, and they spend a great deal of time primping before going out to strut their stuff. At heart, a peacock is an exhibitionist who enjoys nothing more than showing off and parading on the beach in skimpy attire. A great deal of money is spent in the pursuit of their beauty, and plastic surgery and body piercings are sometimes used to enhance their appearance.

The male peacock typically reveals his true feathers by his choice of car - a flashy sport model with vanity plates - while the female of the species relies on the latest fashions and dance moves to keep her in the spotlight. Peacocks are often targeted for unkind remarks, but even they are dimly aware of their own narcissism and accept this criticism as an inevitable consequence of being a peacock.

Sporting events are fastidiously avoided, but peacocks do spend an inordinate amount of time in the gym perfecting every aspect of their well-developed body.


The Peacock's Career
Natural primpers, peacocks flourish in all facets of the personal care business are well suited as models, dancers, actors or fitness instructors. Because of their love for beautiful objects they could excel as decorators or cosmetologists, while industrious peacocks can even become architects and designers.

As their beauty dims later in life a peacock might reexamine their priorities, return to school and learn a new trade. Most peacocks evolve different animal personalities to better cope with the fading of their luster as middle age approaches.


Peacocks in the Wild
Throughout history, peacocks have been venerated and admired. The Ancient Greeks made it sacred to Hera, queen of the heavens, and it became a proud symbol of the Greek empire until the Romans discovered the birds to be mighty tasty when roasted.

Peacocks roost in trees and feed from the ground, eating anything that seems remotely edible. They have been known to kill snakes and small rodents and have even been observed snapping flies and bees from the air. Their wonderfully distinct plumage serves as a sexual stimulant to potential mates, but it is merely a single component in a rich series of strutting courtship rituals.


Love & Friendship
Sexually, the peacock is a perfectionist. Although it would never be accused of being a bookworm, chances are, it's read the Kama Sutra or at least The Joy of Sex. And, as a firm believer that practice makes perfect, peacocks encourage their lovers to experiment in all manner of whimsical fantasy. A night with a peacock is something to write home about.

A peacock's love is pure and utterly simple. This popular bird has no shortage of suitors and its biggest problem is in filtering out the debris from the countless propositions it receives every week. Although at heart it is a romantic, it is willing to participate in superficial trysts to gratify its compulsion for attention. These impersonal encounters, however, do not fulfil the peacock's frantic quest for intimacy.

Still, there are those that treat the peacock with consideration, and even though they are unable to satisfy its romantic ideals, swans, roosters, eagles, and penguins all commiserate with the peacock's desire for respect. These fellow avians prove reliably sympathetic in matters of love and friendship, but peacocks should avoid the judgmental tendencies of the sharp-beaked owl whose impatience will shred its self-esteem.



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Jamison Chisholm
 Posted: May 9 2017, 05:33 PM
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OTTER

Careers and Hobbies
Engineering
Pro Sport
Medical
Design
Computers
Mathematics
Surfing the Web
Swimming
Cuddling
Reading

Famous Otters
Leonardo DiCaprio
Meg Ryan
Jennifer Aniston

Otter Characteristics
Fun-loving
Communicative
Unassuming
Appealing
Finicky


Otters are petite, engaging creatures overflowing with positive energy. Intelligent and bright, they are also popular, eminently lovable and display the highly developed social skills that typify the small carnivores. Otters mix easily with a wide range of animal personalities.


Otters Certainly aren't Beavers!
Lazy? Let's just say easily distracted. Life has so many diversions for the otter that it's impossible to predict how it will fill its day. But when an otter gets focused on a problem, its keen intelligence rises to the challenge and it will not give up until the nut is cracked.

Otters feel entitled to the good things in life and a general sense of well being gives them the confidence to not have to save for the future. A lover who wants to impress an otter should know that otters love to eat out and have a predictable penchant for sushi.

Although intelligent and witty, otters have a tendency to suffer from self-doubt and fear of failure can prevent them from living up to their true potential. Still, they are a great problem solvers, with the ability to spend endless hours on abstract or practical challenges. As workers, they are dedicated and capable and always eager for a chance to prove themselves.


Otters in the Workplace
Their determination makes otters valuable employees, and although they often feel that their contributions are undervalued they would rather accept lower pay than risk confrontations in their workplace.

Although they are fine motivators otters avoid taking leadership roles, performing better in group situations with their social skills coming in handy when counseling coworkers through their problems. Their dexterous hands are useful in a wide range of careers, and they're ideally suited for work in engineering, advertising, and design.


Otters in the Wild
This engaging creature is a master swimmer. Using its tail and hind quarters as a rudder, the otter is able to maneuver as quickly as the fastest fish and is equally at home on land.

Otters are nomadic animals, covering up to fifteen miles a day in an effort to find a good fishing hole. Moving rapidly over land by tobogganing over muddy patches, they travel mainly at night to avoid predators.

Because of its characteristic mode of swimming, which reveals a little furry hump, mothers with families in tow are sometimes mistaken for a large sea serpent, giving rise to a number of legends. In fact, President Theodore Roosevelt saw a "monster" on Lake Naivasha in Kenya and fired at the three humps of the swimming beast. Two humps promptly disappeared, but the third was killed —- and sent to a New York museum.


Love & Friendship
As lovers, otters are tenacious and have remarkably vital libidos. Unafraid of expressing their needs, they do not tolerate selfish lovers and are attracted those creative enough to fulfil their sexual appetites. Among the aquatic animals, the lusty dolphin provides endless fun while the terrestrial fox proves to be a challenging and sexy companion.

In a relationship, the otter will willingly stray into dangerous waters, betting that its instincts will see it though. But, for the most part it prefers the familiar shallows of a predictable association with the semi-aquatic beaver or sea lion.

Physical beauty alone is not enough to impress an otter. Its mate must be able to commune with it on a deeply emotional level too. Few animal personalities can live up to its high standards, but otters always find happiness with the semi-aquatic creatures, which include sea lions, beavers, and walruses. Even the lethargic hippo provides some amusement for this effervescent little carnivore, but don't expect these two to ever tie the knot.
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