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No, I have no clue how to pronounce the new sign of the Zodiac, but if you were born between November 29 and December 17, you better learn, especially if you plan to use the old bar pick-up line, “What’s your sign?”

And even if you weren’t born during this time, it’s likely your sign changed (I’m no longer a Virgo, apparently, but a Leo) and my husband, formerly a Capricorn, is now a Sagitarrius. Will our compatability be affected?

Read all about the reasons why there’s a new sign of the Zodiac–and what dates correspond to what signs–in this article at TIME.com.

About The Author

Julie Schwietert

Julie Schwietert Collazo is a writer, editor, researcher, and translator currently in New York, formerly of Mexico City and San Juan.

  • Heather Carreiro

    Phew. Still a Pisces. Not that it matters, but I like being able to say “I’m the fish one.”

  • Aaron

    Sound it out. O-fee-ah-cus. I’m a taurus now so I feel I can be more abrasive.

    • admin

      Ha! What about oh-fee-oooh-shus?

  • http://abbiemood.com Abbie

    I’m still a Taurus! But now my boyfriend is too, so I’m not so sure how we’re destined to work out now ;)

  • http://www.globotreks.com Norbert

    Whaaat! I’m not a Virgo anymore. :( How am I supposed to be a Leo?

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