The monkey has a common sense and inimitably knows how to take the mickey out of his fellow man. He is cultured, often even erudite, and has an excellent memory. He is also extremely inventive, original and solves even the most difficult problems. The monkey is said to be capricious. This is probably because he is often annoyed by the stupidity of his environment and shows it. In fact, he does not have a very high opinion of his fellow man. Although he pretends to be sociable and amiable, he believes that he is superior to everyone else. Not entirely wrongly, because he is versatile and knows his way around everywhere. The Monkey is also an accurate, somewhat mischievous joker with a lot of critical humor, he is always a bit sly. He has few scruples and is not afraid to be occasionally dishonest, if that seems useful to his interests. But no one will be angry with him for long, because he has an irresistible charm and knows how to make himself popular. In discussions he always remains objective and argues factually. He rarely lets himself be guided by feelings. However, if someone gets too close to him or insults him, he can become quite aggressive. Then he has no inhibitions to finish his opponent with biting mockery. A monkey will almost always achieve its goal. He is full of enterprise, highly intelligent, and at the same time clever and skillful. But he lacks consistency. His proverbial curiosity and unsteady mind do not allow him to stay with one thing for long.
The monkey and his health
Monkeys are not very careful with their health. They like to eat and do not pay attention to whether what they eat is healthy or not. Diets are anathema to them and they only go to the doctor when they are really in pain.
The monkey and at work
If the monkey makes an effort, he can be successful in all professions. Because he has a fairly loose conscience, he will do easily as an ingenious speculator, as a cunning businessman, or even as a politician and diplomat. If he sticks to one thing and does not exaggerate his loquacity, he can even make it to fame and honors.
The monkey and love
Because the Monkey is too busy to make a lasting commitment, he often stays alone. However, if he has found his dream partner, he is surprisingly affectionate. Only too close and bland relationships he will not endure with all love. The dragon is a good partner for the monkey. Strength and cunning complement each other excellently. The monkey also gets along very well with the rat, who endures his malice and loves him passionately all his life, even if he is not loved back just as strongly. The monkey makes fun of the tiger, but he is smart enough to stay out of his way. An emotional connection between the monkey and the tiger could have disastrous consequences.