My Zodiac Sign is Leo (the Lion), and I found this description:
The zodiac signs and meanings of Leo is about expanse, power and exuberance. Leo's are natural born leaders, and they will let you know it as they have a tendency to be high-minded and vocal about their opinions. That's okay, because if you observe, the Leo is usually correct in his/her statements. Leo's have a savvy way of analyzing a situation and executing swift judgment with a beneficial outcome. It comes from being a leader. They are brave, intuitive, and also head-strong and willful. Beneath their dynamic persona lies a generous, loving, sensitive nature that they do not easily share with others. They might be a bit bossy, but those who know them understand this comes from a source need to do good, not (usually) from an inflated ego.Holy crap, that is like the exact opposite of what I'm like. So much for astrology.
I suppose I do have my moments of being loudmouthed and abrasive and opinionated and complaining too much, but I am certainly not a natural leader, I'm not always right, and if I was brave and intuitive I think my life would be a little better than it is... I think, though, I do sometimes have issues with sharing my feelings with others. I'm very introverted, and sometimes clam right up around certain people IRL.
For my Chinse Zodiac Sign, I'm the Horse, and here's a description from the internet:
BWA HA HA HA HA HA!! I guess I was born on Opposite Day or Bizarro Planet. That's even more exactly the opposite of what I'm like than the Leo description...except for that very last part about lacking real confidence...
People born in a year of the Horse are extremely animated, active and energetic. Horses love to be in a crowd, and they can usually be seen on such occasions as concerts, theater performances, meetings, sporting events, and parties.
With a deft sense of humor, Horses are masters of repartee. They love to take center stage and delight audiences everywhere.
Sometimes, the Horse is a little self-centered, but it doesn't mean that s/he can not be interested in others' problems. Horses are really more cunning than intelligent, and that is probably why most Horse people lack real confidence.