Remember the kid who kicked you in the shins to show how much they liked you back in first grade? That kid was more than likely an Aries,
They’ve mastered Netflix-and-chilling. They link out to their Etsy page. They make a mean carbonara. They describe themselves as “old souls.”
A survey of 1,300 U.S. users on the dating app Plenty of Fish found that only about 36% of Geminis are looking for “something serious.”
Yes, it’s a little misleading, but they just want you to know that they are very, very good with kids (photos with cats or dogs are an acceptable alternative).
Seriously, Leos could find their light in a coat closet — and the array of photos on their profile will prove as much.
Thanks to their elemental ruler, earth, Virgos tend to have a crunchy side. This is most likely balanced out by an inner tidiness, given this sign’s penchant for order,
In its survey, Plenty of Fish found that 70% of Libras said they’re the ones who send the first message. Not only are we not surprised, but we're also nodding with approval.
You can be lifelong friends with a Scorpio and feel like you only know about a fifth of their life story — such is the way with this extremely private water sign.
Maybe it isn’t a fish — maybe they’re holding with a boa constrictor, jumping out of a helicopter, or scaling an ancient ruin. Regardless of what, exactly,
Don’t message a Cap before they’ve had their morning coffee (or their afternoon cold brew or post-dinner espresso, for that matter.)
What, you thought you’d learn about their likes, dislikes, and possibly their height? No, people born under this individualist air sign are weird — and they like it that way.
More accurately, a Pisces will probably try to flat-out guess your sign. Let’s be clear, though: They aren’t asking because they’ve sworn off all Scorpios or anything so dismissive.