Aquarius Likes and Dislikes?

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An Aquarius is known for having an open mind and embracing numerous and varied interests, from the joy of meeting new and interesting people, exploring eclectic art, music and fashion, and visiting exotic places all over the planet. They're known for dreaming big and having a desire to be successful. When it comes to dislikes, there is nothing that turns off an Aquarius more than the feeling of being confined, whether physically, psychologically, or creatively. They crave their independence and need their freedom. They also react negatively to narcissistic personalities and to people who cannot keep their word when they make a promise.
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The Aquarius has certain likes and dislikes that are common. Some likes are charitable causes, nostalgia, and planning for future events. They generally dislike ordinary things, opting instead for something unique.
The Aquarius is a water sign. An Aquarius will often like being in the water and they usually like to display eccentric behavior. They often dislike routines and having to make decisions.
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