Ox people are hard-working and persistent, they can stick to a task longer and go at it harder than anybody. They believe in themselves and tend to classify almost everything into two basic categories, good or bad.
They hold up their high standards as a model and severely judge those who don’t aspire to maintain these same ideals. Ox people are not social or party animals, they tend to be quiet when in a party. Although appears to be tranquil, in fact, Oxens are ponderous but impulsive when angry. They are capable of fearsome rages, therefore, it is better not to cross an Oxen.
Ox people are observant, they have remarkable memories and are good at reporting on absolutely everything they observe. Go ask an Oxen if they remember who was at the party 8 months ago, most likely, they will name them one by one to you.
Diana, Princess of Wales (Diana Frances; née Spencer 1 July 1961 – 31 August 1997),
In the home, the Ox is a great guy to have around. In business, the Ox can succeed in the arts, a contracting business, or an estate, thanks to their creative nature. And since an Ox is intelligent and good with their hands, they can be a good surgeon as well.
Ox people are stubborn and dogmatic, they believe in their decision and will never regret. They are also very close to their families.
Disappointedly, Oxens often find that those who are close to them fail to understand them. Nevertheless, they are patient and caring and that makes the Oxen the best friend you can ever have.
Oxens are very responsible and loyal. Ox people are seldom jealous. but they will be jealous of their rights, and the fidelity of a husband or a wife is one of their rights. They are very family-oriented, conservative and faithful.
Other Famous Ox People: Barack Obama, Catherine Freeman, Heather Locklear, Jane Fonda, Jack Nicholson, Juliette Lewis, Margaret Thatcher, Meg Ryan, Meryl Streep, Princess Diana, Vivien Leigh and George Clooney.