Ah, Thanksgiving. It's charming, festive, and a real treat, especially for fellow foodies like myself. Although, the mouthwatering menu is nothing compared to the sweet tradition of spending time with family, right? This is why I'm going to share what you love most about Thanksgiving, according to your zodiac sign. I know what you're thinking, what's not to love? I couldn't agree more, but everyone's different. In fact, it's moments like this when the astrological elements (fire, earth, air, and water) come into play. For instance, fire is enthusiastic and extroverted, while water is highly receptive and introverted. Earth is grounded and practical, while air is curious and intellectual. See what I mean?
Put it this way: you can spot a fire sign (Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius) a mile away. These three zodiac signs love nothing more than an action-packed evening, surrounded by friends and family. For example, leave it to Aries to play devil's advocate at the dinner table and start a heated Thanksgiving debate. Granted, Leo hates being wrong, but they'll be too busy taking selfies and playing pranks at the kids' table. Sagittarius, on the other hand, is nowhere to be found, but this is only because they decided to make a few last-minute pitstops on the way to dinner. Some things never change.
Nevertheless, here's what your zodiac sign love most about Thanksgiving:
Aries: Bickering With Family Members
You can't deny the facts, Aries. You can be definitely be an instigator, but that doesn't mean you won't do anything for the ones you love. Besides, who better to bicker with than your own family?
Taurus: Indulging In The Holiday Hors d'Oeuvres
Your main thrill in life is a good meal, Taurus. I bet you look forward to Thanksgiving every year, and for this very reason. Foodie is an understatement.
Gemini: Pulling Chairs From Underneath Your Relatives
The trickster of the zodiac has arrived. Although, perhaps you should take it down a notch this year, Gemini. Your pranks are no joke, and your family members aren't getting any younger. Just saying.
Cancer: Spending Quality Time With Family
You are the epitome of family-oriented, Cancer. You genuinely enjoy spending quality time with your loved ones, and Thanksgiving is the perfect combination of delicious comfort food and family traditions.
Leo: The Holiday Photoshoots
Instagram stories, anyone? The holidays are all you, Leo. Everything from the family living room glam to the epic selfies has your name written all over it. The party starts when you arrive.
Virgo: The Holiday Logistics
You love getting things organized and prepared, especially when it's for a special occasion. So much so, you don't mind giving the host a hand on the post-Thanksgiving dishes. What would your family do without you, Virgo?
Libra: Getting Your Glam On
OK, I know how much you love your family, but you have to admit, nothing beats getting dolled up for the special occasion. In fact, chances are, you already have several Thanksgiving looks in mind.
Scorpio: Partying With Your Relatives
A little Thanksgiving buzz? You already know what time it is, Scorpio. Besides, who else is going to play bartender this year? Your holiday cocktails get better every year.
Sagittarius: The Dinner Party Hopping
What's on your Thanksgiving party itinerary this year, Sagittarius? Whatever you do, make sure you let your family members know you'll be late to dinner in advance. Besides, don't you have a flight to catch?
Capricorn: The Tradition Of It All
Granted, things can change ever year, but there's nothing you enjoy more than an annual tradition with your friends and relatives. Rain or shine, you wouldn't miss this for the world, Capricorn. That is unless you had to work overtime, of course.
Aquarius: Your Out-Of-The-Box Thanksgiving Surprises
There's nothing you love more than shocking the people around you, and whether it be an out-of-the-box Thanksgiving recipe, or a stellar new outfit, chances are you already have something up your sleeve.
Pisces: Spending Time With Your Grandparents
You're an ocean of emotions, Pisces. Although, nothing beats the amount of love, compassion, and gratitude you have for your grandparents, and elders in general. All I can say is, the world needs more people like you.
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