Horoscopes are always fun to read. People often look at stars to know their characteristic mythological traits. But have you ever considered looking at around rather than at the stars to understand about you? The Japanese and several East Asian countries believed that your blood type could reveal a lot about your personality. 
 

What follows is a quick rundown of purported characteristics of various blood types.



Blood type A
 


They are polite, kind and coherent. A's always strive for success and are the perfect role model material. They are also great listeners and make excellent friends. What the A's are not so good is to express their own emotions and would often cater the needs of others. They will shine as attorneys, writers, accountants, economists and librarians. In a relationship, they go best with A and AB individuals. 



Blood type B
 


These people are the ones you'd call extroverts. They are the best friends you can ever get and are good listeners. However, they don't mind expressing their concerns and giving priority to their things. B's are also capable of reading others from their body language very intuitively. With the character, they will shine as psychiatrists, journalists and detectives. In love, they are most compatible with A or AB ones. 



Blood type AB
 


This is the most spiritual and rarest of all blood types. AB types are emotionally sensitive ones and often gets lost in thoughts. At times it seems guys have split personality as they tend to keep their selves hidden from strangers. They are quirky and are excellent at planning and organising.  They can excel in managerial, educational positions, in public relations and get along with all blood types. 
 

 

Blood type O
 


The individuals most common type of blood group crave power. They have high competitive spirit and focus on making progress. The very generous and kindhearted ones are usually called as cheerleaders of a group. This makes them proficient for leadership positions. They also excel as businessmen, therapists, politicians and accountants.