What does your blood type say about you? Photo: @05arenYour blood type says more about you than you think.
Most Japanese people enjoy talking about their blood type with friends or when they’re just getting to know someone. Why, you ask? Blood types are used, typically, for things like blood transfusion when someone requires it, but they also have an affinity for fortune telling.
There are four types are A, B, O and AB, and each can help us learn about our characteristics and personalities. It’s also used more often Japan than constellations and star signs. I’m going to introduce about how difference of characteristic each blood types is.
The percentage of A in the total of Japanese is 39 per cent, as for O is 29 per cent, B is 22 per cent, and AB is 10 per cent, according to the BBC (give or take a few percentage points as people are born every day!)
A Blood Types are serious, and they have a good sense of morality and responsibility. They are also honest, polite, and value cooperating with friends. They also tend to have close relationships with friends, but they’re careful when they make decisions. Having this kind of blood also means you’re a punctual person who is considerate of others and you will never betray a best friend’s trust, but you’re also not too confident and can get depressed, so sometimes they can have a negative outlook on life.
O Blood Types are very organized and don’t mind the tiny problems or faults in their past. They have a heroic spirit and prefer to stay grounded in the real world avoiding fantasies or mysteries. They also hate to lose, but they’re earnest if they win and they’re independent enough to find the next challenge in their life. They take action and are good at getting along with everyone, but sometimes they can be selfish or can be too laid back when they need to make a decision, which can put them in a tight spot.
B Blood Types are optimistic thinkers and have the ability to take action. They’re also good at thinking outside of the box, have people skills able to be the life of the party. They are sociable, but as social animals they are quick to show their emotions being angry, sad, and pleasant all at the same time. In some ways, this is the natural way for humans to be and as explosive as they can be they’re also straightforward in their decision making. This makes them use their common sense, but can lead them to get easily tired of the same old stuff and hate when something doesn’t go their way.
AB Blood Types are good at analyzing situations and are interested in exploring the world. They can be objective and skillful with a good sense about how the world works. They also tend to have new and interesting perspectives with an ability to be insightful when no one else knows what to think. They don’t often get attached to ideas and are good at chasing opportunities, but they tend to rush off into the unknown. Thus, they can be a little two-faced wanting one thing and going for another. They have complicated personalities and avoid unpleasurable activities, so they plan ahead even if they don’t have a good idea how they’re going to get to their destination.
There are a whole swath of articles online about blood types and how they combine, but take them with a grain of salt. It’s always better to talk to your friends about these things and see what they think too.