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Find out your most controversial trait based on your Chinese Zodiac animal

Updated: Dec 1, 2023

Although the 12 Chinese zodiac signs have admirable and positive qualities, let’s not forget they also possess some controversial traits, we're only human!


We are all imperfectly unique and have our own individual strengths and weakness. So, let's take a deep dive into the 12 zodiac signs and see what part of your personality sparks interest and gets people talking 👀


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Rat - Gossiping (years 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996)

Rats love to chat, they're the life and soul of the party. While that sounds like a lot of fun, it also means they find themselves caught in the middle of awkward situations sometimes. They can't help but get involved in the juicy gossip.


Ox - Stubborn (years 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997)

The Ox's stubbornness is renowned and echoes throughout the whole zodiac and sadly is one of their controversial traits. They are so set in their ways and absolutely despise taking orders from others.


Tiger - Recklessness (years 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998)

In their quest for absolute adventure and spontaneity, Tigers can be often reckless and tend to choose the high risk option. Nevertheless, this recklessness is coupled with the ability to handle anything nature can throw at them.


Hare - Pushover (years 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999)

The Hare can sometimes be perceived as a pushover, they are people pleasers and can easily be manipulated by others. This makes them the perfect prey for people who take advantage of their good nature. They also have a tendency to be too trusting and can be taken advantage of because of their lack of caution.


Dragon - Selfish (years 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000)

The Dragon is known for their large ego, which as a result means they can be selfish and uncooperative at times. They often put their own interests first and are not the most generous or outwardly compassionate sign. They can be quite self-serving and will do whatever it takes to get what they want.


Snake - Vindictive (years 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001)

The Snake is known for their vindictive and cunning ways. They’re notorious for seeking revenge on those who have wronged them. They can be quite calculating and are not afraid to use their resources to get their way.


Horse - Impatience (years 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002)

The Horse is known for their impatient nature. They often act without thinking and can be quite impulsive. This can lead to them making decisions that are not in their best interest, which means they can sometimes end up in situations they regret.


Goat - Moody (years 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003)

While sweet and mellow, Goats are also known for their sometimes moody demeanour. They can be quite unpredictable and will often go through cycles of being cheerful and upbeat, followed by bouts of depression and sadness. This can make them difficult to be around, as their moods can be quite unpredictable.


Monkey - Self-interested (years 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004)

While intelligent and ambitious, the Monkey can also be known for its self-interested motives. They can sometimes put their own needs before those of others. They're also fiercely competitive and will do whatever it takes to get ahead.


Rooster - Cockiness (years 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005)

No pun intended... but Roosters are known for their cockiness. They believe they know best and can be quite arrogant. They're quite opinionated and will not hesitate to voice their beliefs, even when it is not welcome.


Dog - Temperamental mood (years 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006)

While loyal and devoted, the Dog is also known for its temperamental nature. They can be a little unpredictable. One minute they're happy and content, and at another moment, they're angry and frustrated.


Pig - Naivety (years 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007)

The Pig is one of the loveliest animals in Chinese astrology, which is it's easy for them to be taken advantage of. They often take things at face value and do not consider the consequences of their actions. They can be overly trusting which leads to their naivety and lack of caution.


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