This post is inspired by a story I heard on NPR this morning. A woman was talking about a map project, of sorts, where the question was Googled of each state: “Why is Wisconsin (for ex.) so … ?” The questions that came up in Google’s auto-fill were, for example, “Why is Wisconsin so… stupid, dry, awesome, liberal, divided, humid.” She did this for each state and created a map of the US.
I don’t know if anyone has already done this, but I thought it would be interesting, or at least amusing, to do the same with each sign of the zodiac. Here we go, let’s Google:
Sign – Google’s auto fill suggestions
Why are Aries so – mean, moody, jealous, stupid, stubborn, attractive, selfish, annoying, impatient
Why are Taurus so – mean, boring, stubborn, slow, moody, secretive, attractive
Why are Gemini so – mean, moody, stubborn, confusing, beautiful, difficult
Why are Cancer so – mean, emotional, quiet, moody, insecure, shy, funny, clingy, secretive
Why are Leo so – arrogant, emotional, attractive, lazy, angry, insecure, annoying
Why are Virgo so – mean, critical, shy, crazy, boring, smart, picky, weird, moody
Why are Libra so – charming, attractive, beautiful, indecisive, sensitive, fake, lazy, sensitive, jealous, mean
Why are Scorpio so – evil, mean, difficult, jealous, complicated, sensitive, deep, intense, cool, selfish
Why are Sagittarius so – mean, funny, lucky, insensitive, annoying, talented, emotional, crazy, smart
Why are Capricorn so - boring, cold, mean, shy, annoying, lonely, selfish, secretive, mysterious
Why are Aquarius so – weird, mean, cold, misunderstood, detached, smart, distant, beautiful
Why are Pisces so – mean, emotional, shy, sensitive, attractive, annoying, selfish, nice, stubborn, crazy
So what do we glean from this? Not much, except that Leos are apparently not so mean, Scorpio has the distinction of being both evil and cool, Libra is charming and fake, Virgo and Aquarius are weird, and Capricorn and Taurus are the boring ones.
This was fun. Remember, the opinions expressed here are those of Google querents and not those of the writer.