True or not, if you add me up and categorize me, here's what you should get:
Possesses strong and attractive personality. Has strong convictions and high devotion to selected causes. Seeks truth in all things. Open-minded. Highly philanthropic and humanitarian. Idealistic. Prone to dry humor. Inventive and intelligent. Doesn't make friends easily. Gifted in arts and drama. Unforgiving. Works best in group projects. Feels a unity with nature.
Flexible, easygoing and social. Peacemaker and strong negotiator. May feel life is unfair. Generous. Often opposite of older sibling(s). Has a strong need to be unique.
Year of the Rabbit (when I was born)
Articulate, talented and ambitious. Virtuous and reserved. Has excellent taste. Admired and trusted. Financially lucky. Fond of gossip but generally kind. Seldom loses temper. Uncanny gift of choosing the right thing.
(See previous blog post for more on this one, but to name a few key points...)
Motivated by fun. Embraces life as a party. Seeks instant gratification. Needs to be adored and praised. Has a good heart. Friendships command high priority. Engages others and craves adventure. Often spontaneous. Sometimes irresponsible and forgetful.
Millennial Generation (Currently aged 18-29)
Confident, self-expressive, liberal, upbeat, and open to change. Less overtly religious. Less likely to have served in the military. Highly educated. Always connected. Treats handheld technology "almost like a body part." Heavily involved in social networking. 37% likely to be unemployed. 60% chance of being raised by both parents. Places family/marriage goals far above career/financial success. Fights less with parents than past generations. Obama's strongest supporters. Most likely to be a democrat and a liberal.
There you have it.
Believe what you will.
And go write your own self-analyzing blog so people can read it and then lie to you about all your good traits, e.g. "Yes Katie you ARE gifted at drama and you DO love group projects." :)