This is an interesting question. Here are a few traits of Capricorn zodiac:
Practical and prudent
Ambitious and disciplined
Patient and careful
Humorous and reserved
Pessimistic and fatalistic
Miserly and grudging
Hi Ethel ... I'm a Capricorn and I've been told we're practical, organised, disciplined, have a strong work ethic, and are even materialistic ... hmm. I'm always ready to shoot this stuff down...but then, when it comes to things I enjoy doing, i'm all of these things (with the exception of materialistic) ... In terms of my actual job ... which I hate to the core of my soul ... I'm lazy, disorganised and have the work ethic of a sloth!
Capricorn is ambitious and accomplished, with good self-esteem, but needs praise as fuel to keep going. Likes old things: antiques, old cars, history, wine, fixer-upper houses. Capricorns look for a relationship that will give them status or property and may chase people who are way out of their league such as fashion models; often they select a spouse significantly older or with several children. Prefers expensive clothes but somehow they never seem to enhance the wearer. In close relationships Capricorn is a drama king or queen, and sets up "big romantic moments" you had better appreciate. Give Capricorn a lot of space to do his or her work -- they're always working -- or face the dirtiest looks in the zodiac. Is one of the ones who won't speak to you for weeks when angered, will break up with you if you tell them they speak bad French (or another language) and can complain bitterly for hours about bosses, exes, ripoffs, and the past. Weak sense of humor. In danger of becoming a bore. Favored colors: brown, tan, beige -- they wear too much of it.
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