Did you know up to 70% of a human body is water ?
So, therefore, there must be something in peoples star signs.
Think about it. We all know, and accept that the Moon Governs the Tide
And so it must go then that the full moon etc, can alter our moods. and personalities, ergo,, star signs.
What do you think ? please say
Theres no wonder they are often right.
Yes, we are made of roughly 70% percent water. The other 30% is all that stands between us and drowning, which is why you should never exceed 8 glasses of water a day!
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