It isn’t all fun and games for the seagoat.
As a Capricorn, people either loved me or hated me. I suffer from resting b*tch face, so everyone thinks I hate them before they even speak to me.
As nice as I am, and as much as I talk to people, everyone knows that there is some truth to that b*tch face. The fact is that every Capricorn born of the 10th House in astrology is known for, has a little bit of a dark side to them.
If you know one of the people born with a Capricorn horoscope personality, we’re either your best friend or someone you can’t stand to be around. There’s even a few of us who are both at the same time.
It takes a lot to put up with a Cap. My best friend is a Taurus, which is two very hard-headed people but we’ve been friends since childhood, so sometimes it works. Here are 5 traits that are the darker side of the Capricorn zodiac sign of astrology.
1. Whether you’re here for us or against us, there’s definitely a Cap in your life.
So why do the other signs hate us? Sure, we hate everything at some point or another, but we’re honestly such fun people to be around! The good definitely outweighs the bad, but I’ll let you in on some secrets so you can be ready to defend yourself when we get a little catty.
2. If you screw us over, we will never let you forget it.
Caps are notoriously unforgiving. We can hold a grudge longer than most people can hold onto a job. We can patch things up and be civil, but there’s no going back to how things used to be once they’ve gone sour.
No amount of apologizing or trying to right your wrongs will restore your friendship back to where it was 100%. It sounds intense, but Caps are very guarded people. If they find out you’re capable of hurting them, they won’t let you get close enough to do it again.
3. Caps can be a bit of a know-it-all.
It’s not that Capricorns think they’re better or smarter than you, they just think they’re better and smarter than everyone. I know that this is one trait I’m horribly guilty of, but it isn’t my fault. The people around Caps usually go to them for advice since they’re known to knowledge, which can boost our egos. A Cap will do their best to retain some self-control when it comes to blurting out random facts or correcting people but don’t count on it.
4. There’s another downside that comes with that “Know-it-all” factor.
If you don’t know something we know, we can be a bit condescending. And I’m using the term “a bit” very loosely. this is something I’m super guilty of, and I every other Cap I know is the same way. It can get even worse when it comes to things we’re super passionate about. Say something that’s not true about a Cap’s favorite show or movie or artist and they will school you like you’ve never been schooled. I’ve lost friends over Star Wars fun facts that turned out to be not so fun facts because they kept getting them wrong.
5. We probably won’t expect you to know anything though
Caps are super pessimistic. It doesn’t matter what the situation is, we’ll always be expecting the worse. Even when it comes to small stuff. Every time I go to Starbucks I just expect them to pronounce my name wrong, because they always do, so I don’t even give my real name anymore. I’ve created a whole Starbucks alias just because I’d rather not run the risk of getting called “Jose” or “Jessie” or “Joan”. It’s a horrible habit but what can we do? Hope for the best and then get let down? As if.