Feast of the Virgin

Virgos! Everywhere I go in 2010, there they are!

Or so it seems. Virgo people have entered my life in a big way this year. I used to only know one or two, but now I’m acquainted with a whole plethora of Virgos.
(Plethora? What is the collective noun for a group of Virgos? I propose “grousing.” I now know a whole grousing of Virgos! My Virgo friends will hopefully understand that I mean this with great affection. :) )

There are both real people and celebrities (and both) in the group. My new friends Teresa and Paula. Darren Burrows. Jordan Staal. And yes, the Flying Fox. You never would have pegged Shaun as a Virgo, would you? But if you pay close attention to him in his unscripted moments, it is very clear. But for his “public persona”, he’s basically a Virgo playing an Aries for the camera. Poor baby.

Really, I don’t know why I haven’t had more Virgo connections before, as I (a Scorpio) am supposed to get along with them smashingly:

Sensual Scorpio keeps trying to entice Virgo into ever bolder adventures. Virgo is pleased with Scorpio because they are possessive and fiercely loyal, which makes them feel loved and protected. They also admire each other’s minds. Virgo is logical, intellectual, analytical. Scorpio is imaginative, visionary, perceptive.  There may be some conflict about who runs things, but Virgo’s willingness to compromise keeps Scorpio tractable.

I’d say that’s pretty dead-on with my experiences.

Virgos are unwilling to discuss their innermost feelings with anyone save a very trusted confidante or lover. Anyone who wishes to get to know them deeply must be prepared to persevere, in which case they will prove a lifelong friend and ally or lover.

Which believe me, can be deeply annoying because:

Intuitive and ever curious, Scorpios are the great investigators of the Zodiac. They want to know everything about everyone.

Head, meet wall.  :)   But all is not lost!

Each has an aura of self-containment, which can be mutually fascinating, and stir up the sense of challenge. They peer at each other with a discriminating gaze, and may not reveal much personal information. But they both love to analyse people and situations, and that makes the conversation flow easily.   Soon they discover they’re both ‘realists’ who see the cold hard facts of life.  Scorpio’s gift for saying startlingly true things may overwhelm the guarded Virgo. And if Virgo turns a critical eye on Scorpio, the latter has been known to escalate the conflict with a few observations of their own. (What?  ME?! Never! *snort*) Both can dish it out, but neither takes it very well. Being in the spotlight triggers defensive behavior. They’ll need to learn when to offer criticism, and when to bolster the other with support.

Ok, but what about the important stuff?

There is an unspoken bond between Scorpio and Virgo that once established, will hardly ever be broken. Virgo is a keeper for sexy Scorpio and vice versa. You will provide each other with what the other person instinctively needs and desires sexually. Sexual and romantic compatibility will be volcanic.

Oh.   Ok.  Um.  HI SHAUN!!!  :D

4 Responses to “Feast of the Virgin”

  1. Mrs. Hdawg Says:

    While it is color-coordinated (which is important to us) a Virgo would never be seen in an outfit like that, not even on Halloween!

  2. tarsier Says:

    But Shaun would!! ;)

  3. paula Says:

    ;-)

  4. Wendy Says:

    I’m married to a Virgo and everything you posted is dead on. I still love him anyway. ;)

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