Sunsigns and Appearances - Libra
Sugar and spice, and all things nice
Male or female, Librans are the sweetest. Sometimes too sweet too. Their faces look like they have just finished a bar of chocolate and sniffed at roses. They are wonderful actors, and can successfully sugar-coat bitter issues. They are usually jolly good fellows, and if they appear perturbed know that this time they have found something worth being serious about - a tsunami, earthquake, divorce or somebody painting their room green.
What's this about pink that attracts Libran moths? Dunno, but both male and female Libras can be spotted at times sporting this risky colour. Librans are the 'Ashleys,' those stylish kids in the standard school sitcom, discriminated against by the regular looking heroine. They like fluffy, girly, scented extras in their attire and elsewhere. In Legally Blonde, the heroine is a typical Libra, who is deceptively a dumb blonde, only interested in makeup and scented notepaper. Blondes aren't dumb, it's the dumbo who makes sweeping statements like that who is dumb. But Reese Witherspoon herself is not a Libran, just a good actor.
Libra is the sign of the balance or measuring scales, and their ears stick out like the pans found in old-fashioned balances. Take a look at the photos on the right. That's because Librans hear both sides and slowly attain the equilibrium of a decision. And once they pass sentence, difficult to make them budge from their position.
The Libran Secret:
Cancerians are tough outside but soft inside. Librans are the reverse, so beware! Two layers of sweet chocolate hide their tough core. They wear the proverbial iron fist in the velvet glove. Though they look like birds with bright plumage on a flight of fancy, they are practical farm geese. They know what they do. They only look like merry balls of fluff to you. That's why many of them make great actors.
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