The Virgo man experiences life through the eyes of someone who believes in using good rationale and common sense to get through the difficult areas of life. He sees the world in an analytical sense, observing inter-connectivity and the relationship between one entity and another. In fact, the practical nature of any event, circumstance, or product is perhaps the most important aspect for a Virgo man.
Then we woke up and smelled the smoke signals. A woman advertising online for an affair is either a) horny, b) bored, or c) (ding ding ding!) sending out an SOS. She’s crying out, “Help! I’m done with this marriage and I don’t know how to get out. Somebody save me!” Bingo. It’s the Virgo man’s sweet spot, and he rushes in for the save. In his own way, the Virgo man feels that he’s performing a public service helping a woman leave a bad marriage. He’d never fancy himself a homewrecker. After all, she was already sniffing around for a side dish. He was just being helpful.
This doesn’t mean that Virgo can’t form strong attachments. He can, but does so slowly and carefully. It usually takes him a while to fall in love. But once he’s truly smitten, he’s in it for the long haul. Once the Virgo male has committed to a relationship, he is forever loving, patient and supportive.
He is likely to be fairly reserved with people he doesn’t know, and may be uncomfortable receiving too much attention, perhaps embarrassing easily. He is very unlikely to ever display any irrational or emotional outbursts in public.
Get ready for perfection. If there’s one thing this guy is, it’s a perfectionist. He notices every little detail and expects it. He makes sure his linen closet is arranged by color, size, date purchased, and thread count. He can tell when picture frames aren’t exactly centered, when a curry is missing the right amount of spice. This has its ups and downs — so concentrate on the ups!
Be stable. Virgo being an Earth sign and all, he expects his partner to be stable, too. Being capricious and prone to anger or mood swings is not his cup of tea. He likes life to be simple, remember? Dramatics don’t have a place in his world. Emotions are fine when in appropriate dosages. Freak outs, gossip, and drama are not!
The Virgo man is a particularly loyal person, and gains much satisfaction from building and maintaining a healthy and functional relationship and lifestyle. Treat him well and he will enjoy doing the same for you. If you’re too unstable, unpredictable, immature etc then he may begin to feel like a parent.
A Virgo man tends to approach romance slowly and carefully. He likes to take his time getting to know a person before he decides whether he wants to pursue a romantic relationship. The first and most difficult step on the path to romance is getting this man to notice you, but it’s crucial if you hope to make him fall in love.
You won’t win this man by playing games or trying to be someone you’re not. Be straightforward about who you are and what is important you, but have some tact and don’t try to bowl him over. Just be honest about your strengths and let him know you’re willing to work on your weaknesses.
Even if they aren’t passionate about the work they’re doing, Virgoans will still endeavor to excel – not for their own personal gain or to build up their egos, but because they truly believe that anything worth doing is worth doing to the best of one’s ability.
They will appreciate anything beautifully made, especially if it was created specifically with them in mind. Virgos adore bespoke tailoring, leather-bound journals, and handmade jewelry, especially silver or gold. An antique signet ring in sapphire, Virgo’s birthstone, would make them swoon inwardly while they maintain a decorously impassive external demeanor.
To sum up the Virgo man in a single word, it would be “practical.” He sees things as they are, with no sugar coating. Virgo is a down-to-earth, hard-working guy who sees no need for unnecessary outpourings of emotion. When he has strong feelings about something, he usually keeps them to himself. Likewise, he tends to prefer the company of others who are similarly reserved.
The Virgoan reputation for being a clean freak applies to the men born under this sign who have truly embraced and made room for who they really are – though there are exceptions to that rule. Some male Virgos leave the home to their counterparts to mess with, but their own workspaces and tool-sheds are impeccably set up and usually off-limits to anyone but themselves. You’ll know immediately when you’re dealing with an afflicted Virgo (someone suffering from emotional issues) by his inability to keep his space tidy. Classic Virgo men may get teased for being a bit fussy with their things, but a beautiful and clean home is the sign of healthy Virgo – so just let him do his thing!
Analytical, discriminating, precise, considerate and reliable, he is likely to enjoy work of a technical or analytical nature, quite possibly working behind the scenes to ensure the efficiency of an organization, rather than taking center stage or seeking direct recognition for his achievements.
Know that he’s an Earth sign. Virgo (along with Taurus and Capricorn) are Earth signs. This means, generally, that they’re very stable and resistant to change. Like the Earth! They are sturdy in their ways and know what they want and need. They’re usually slow to open — but once they do, it’s permanent.
Generally, cultured, the Virgo man will appreciate the gift of a book. They are not given to financial extravagance, so they will appreciate the monetary restraint of this relatively inexpensive gift. When selecting a book, avoid anything trashy; much better to opt for something that demonstrates good taste, such as a book of poetry or something literary or educational.
Keep your conversations down to earth and direct. Excessive displays of “personality” may ultimately lead him to think you’re pretentious. What he’s really looking for is a steady partner with real depth.
Virgo man judges his life by all the little pieces, rather than looking at the big picture. He’s not an all or nothing guy by any means. He examines every situation bit by bit and piece by piece much like a puzzle. In fact, he is one of those people who actually has the patience to sit down and do a 5,000 piece puzzle. He would actually find that activity fun rather than exhausting. If you want to date the Virgo man, you have to show him that you belong in his world and you won’t disrupt it in any way. Order and stability are the two most important things in a Virgo man’s life and that’s something his partner just has to understand.
The Virgo man has simple, yet specific tastes in mates. He has little use for loud, rude people and is rarely attracted to “bimbos” when it comes to serious relationships. He’s attracted to women who dress fashionably, yet conservatively, and who know how to think and reason. He has no time for silliness or insincerity. To catch his eye, be polite, sincere and soft spoken. Let him know that you’re interested, but do so subtly. If you shower him with too much attention too soon, you’ll scare him away.
It may seem the stars aren’t so aligned for these two signs. The Pisces woman lives in a dream world, while the Virgo man is well-grounded. Pisces yearns for romance and passion, which can be tricky with a down-to-earth Virgo love interest.
This is where the man child part of his personality appears. If something doesn’t go his way, he’ll become critical of absolutely everything in his life. His shirt doesn’t fit right. That movie on T.V. looks lame. That actor can’t act. His soup is too hot. Ten minutes later…his soup is now too cold. It’s like a toddler that doesn’t want to eat his peas. He’ll whine and throw a fit until you give him something else. With the Virgo man, you just have to give him alone time when he behaves badly. He’ll come to his senses and realize that it’s not actually your fault that his shirt doesn’t fit right since he is the one that’s been packing on the pounds lately.
The Aquarius woman and the Virgo male will be attracted to each other on an intellectual level, but that might the extent of the attraction. Both signs are emotionally aloof and the practical Virgo will find the Water-bearer too illogical.
As the zodiac’s sign of selfless service, the Virgo man needs to be needed, to serve and protect. Relationships give Virgo man a sense of duty and pride. This guy is rarely single for long, unless it’s by choice, since he does have incredibly high standards. Still, the Virgo man is lost without a project, so he tends to be hands-on, even controlling, about the direction of his love life.
This doesn’t mean that a Virgo guy cannot be softened at all. You have to keep the temperature just right. Too much aloofness or too much closeness is not what he wants. A little bit of sensuality, mixed with some intelligence and an interesting disposition is what he desires. To him, quality of time spent with you will mean more than the quantity. He is usually very cautious while forming a relationship. If it still doesn’t turn out to be right, he will bury himself in work, avoid social gathering and be triply cautious with people.
Generally they don’t. But, this is the type of generic question that often gets asked or answered whenever astrology is discussed. Individual experiences are then quoted back and forth as proof that Virgo men do or don’t. Individuals get offended by general statements that don’t apply to them, and everything goes downhill fast. The diagram below shows the problem here:
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