Astrology’s biggest losers based on their zodiac sign

Whatever the loss; a bet, a game, a lover, a title, visible teeth, car keys, a favor or a friendly bet, the ego hates to lose.

While no one likes to be defeated or hit, some zodiac signs take the hits harder, the hits heavier, and the losses not with the calm composure of a confident athlete, but with the racquet toss, hurl of insults, and storm rush in the match energy of a tyrannical toddler who recently lost his lunchables Privileges were revoked, and sour milk in his sippy cup.

Tennis legend and professional bad loser John McEnroe says, “The most important thing is to learn a lesson every time you lose.”

Keep learning, keep playing and remember folks, there’s always something to lose and the best we can do is take it by the chin and not to heart.

In astrology, the Moon indicates our instinctive responses, and since the planet Mars rules things like sports, sex, street hustle, aggression, and competition, be sure to read about your Moon and Mars signs as well. dough up.

Singer Elton John gestures to the crowd.
Elton John is endemic to his Aries nature, hates losing and refuses to bite his tongue.
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Aries is the cardinal of fire and the first sign of the zodiac. As such, they come out of the gate and out of the womb wanting more, wanting to be first, wanting it now and always wanting to win. For these people, competition is a kind of Darwinian survival tactic, fighting makes them feel alive, and winning makes them feel worthy.

In addition, Aries abhor pity more than the slow lane, and losing naturally invites it. Examples of Aries in unruly action include Eddie Murphy, who stormed out of the Oscars in 2007 when the Best Supporting Actor award went to Alan Arkin, Bill Belichik, who left the Super Bowl field in 2008 with a second remaining and a loss at risk, and Elton John uses the platform of an acceptance speech to smack fellow nominee Madonna for lip-synching. Hey dios mio.

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LeBron James has an Aries Moon and a tricky athletic record.
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In Other Forms of Fire, LeBron James, who has an Aries moon, famously refused to participate in the congratulatory handshake after his team was defeated in the 2009 Eastern Conference Finals.

James later explained, “I’m a winner. It’s not a bad sport or anything. If someone hits you, you will not congratulate them. That doesn’t make any sense to me. I am a competitor. That’s what I do. It doesn’t make sense for me to go over there and shake hands.”

Spoken from the hellish heart of someone who can’t take second best.

Leos like Angela Bassett are allergic to losing; Symptoms include a scowl and lack of applause.
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Leos are ruled by the sun and really want everyone to shine as long as they remain the supreme source of light, praise and meaning. Being the best is a blood sport for these people, and winning is proof that they are as special as they are dying to believe they are.

There can only be one, and you better believe that one is a lion. Examples of Leos being bad losers include Angela Bassett “not a swatter for my competition” and wrestler Ara Abrahamian, who had to be physically restrained from attacking the Olympic judges, who found him too weak. AA then took the outrageous step of throwing his bronze medal to ground during the awards ceremony. Bad form, bad sport.

Mars in Leo Donald Trump, who was willing to stir up a riot rather than admit, and Serena Williams, a fellow Mars in Leo who has long refused handshakes, questions calls and losses with more outrage than indulgent grace accepts.

Russia's Yevgeny Plushenko performs in the men's figure skating team short program at the Iceberg Skating Palace during the Sochi Winter Olympics February 6, 2014.  AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNISADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images
For Scorpios like Yevgeny Plushenko, silver will never be enough.
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Big in intensity, short in sharing, Scorpios deal with sex, death and shadows. Scorpions’ competitiveness is reminiscent of shark pups that cannibalize their littermates in utero to ensure their own survival. In life, like Game of Thrones, you win or you die, and in the case of Scorpio actress Sally Kirkland, Cher looks deathly as she beats you for an Oscar.

Other examples of despised Scorpios include David Furnish, husband of aforementioned bad loser Elton John, who took to the petty pages of Facebook to berate Madonna for beating EJ for a Golden Globe. The stakes and skates were raised by Scorpio figure skater Evgeni Plushenko, who lost the 2010 gold medal to Evan Lysacek and said of his loss, “I was sure I won. I suppose Evan needs a medal more than I do. Maybe it’s because I already have one.” Jesus.

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Donald Trump, the biggest loser in American political history, has Mars in Leo.
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However, the award for Most Scorpio Loser Ever goes to Olympic boxer Byun Jung-il, who sat in the ring morosely and alone for over an hour after losing to Aleksandar Hristov. Eventually, the on-ice officials turned off the lights and Jung-il was left in the dark, presumably around and inside him.

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