Famous Virgo-Sagittarius Couples: Amy Irving and Steven Spielberg, Sophia Loren and Xarlo Ponti, Beyonce Knowles and JayZ
Chemistry aside, this is the relationship between two intellectuals. They’re smart, interested, interesting, open minded, discerning and eager to share their thoughts on everything from the difference between Thai and Korean cuisine to the latest winner at the Cannes Film Festival. They love people – keep it casual, please – and may enjoy a wide circle of good mutual friends that lasts a lifetime. These are two people who could very easily live alone – they are likely to be whole people, interesting even to themselves and never “lonely”. They choose to team up because they love to share the good things in life. Each Is likely to pursue his or her own career and interests as well things they share in common.
How to Attract a Sagittarius Man as a Virgo Woman: Dress like Katherine Hepburn. Talk like Ellen Barkin. Age attractively like Sophia Loren. Put your neatnick perfectionism on a leash. Give him the same amount of alone time you want and expect for yourself. Let him run with his buddies. That gives you time to keep up with all your girlfriends. Make his friends feel welcome in your home. Give him his televised sports events in exchange for a more cultural evening out. Be nice to dogs and other big animals when you’re around him.
How to Attract a Virgo Woman as a Sagittarius Man: When you see that nice, neat, “together”, intelligent looking woman sitting over there by herself reading a book, get curious. You know you’d love to have someone to talk to about more than “How was the traffic?” Most people bore you to tears – take a chance! She won’t. I know it‘s asking a lot for you to plan three days ahead for anything but ask her out by at least Wednesday for a PLANNED evening on Saturday. At a loss where to take her? Ask her where she’d like to go. And don’t switch it at the last minute. Really. It drives everyone crazy when you do that. If she offers to take over some of the planning such as making the reservation, don’t fall for it. That all comes later … in spades/
Degree of Romance: You are more likely to be buddies than romantic partners. Somehow it just gets ridiculous when you try to do that flowers and candy thing with the goo-goo eyes and clever lines. Rely instead on your (mutual) good natures and intentions. They’re worth more than all the and puffs and frills of romance. Two very fine people have met and can create something healthy and vibrant together.
Degree of Passion: Their passion will be for their many and varied interests such as reading, sports, healthy lifestyle, world cuisine and music, foreign films and entertaining friends. These two are never bored and never run out of things to do.
Degree of Friendship: They can be great friends who have a lot in common. Having good conversations is especially important to both. They know how to weave the thread of words into a tapestry of meaning bringing endless hours of priceless pleasure.
Degree of Marriage: They make a great couple, contributing as they do positively to the lives of all around them. They may not have kids of their own but instead be everybody’s favorite aunt and uncle. Relatives feature high on their list and they are likely to each come from a big family with many fine people who are friends as well as relatives.
Progression of Relationship: The relationship develops at a pleasantly busy pace. It may take them each time to fit the other one squarely into their busy schedule. Meeting each other’s friends and relatives is a special landmark – they seem to have so many! Their dating will likely be circular rather than linear as they are both tuned to subtleties and flow.
Sex: This is the best kind of sex, open and honest. Neither person wants complicating factors such as special tools, risky places, third parties, psychological games or power trips. The idea is to relax, explore and enjoy.
When It’s Over: If it ends (which it shouldn’t), It will probably be because one of them formed a genuine emotional connection with someone else, someone new, and the other one actually begins to understand. Their parting of ways is humane, like everything else they do.
Our Rating: 10 /10