question for Taurus men: do you forget?

4/16/2011 3:42:12 PM | More
borderlinecapri

33 years old female

Sun&Venus: Capricorn Mars&Mercury: Aqua

When you really desire a woman you can't have...
... but she flies away at the last moment from your arms..

would you move on easily?

or would you think about her for some time (until the desire fades away)?
4/16/2011 4:55:12 PM | More
krysrenee7

female

Popcorn is best for these kinds of occas

1 of my best male friends is a Taurus. From what I've seen of him in situations like this...He harps very hard on it for a short while, almost to the point that the rejection/his feelings for her consumes him & is all he thinks about...so much so that others observing him don't think he'll be able to move on nor do they believe he has the willpower to find someone else. Then out of the blue & with no warning, he'll be completely over it, be on to the next one & act as if the chick never existed. Weird
4/16/2011 10:03:41 PM | More
TaurGuy

31 years old male



"desire a woman" is kinda open ended..and there are a lot of variables to consider with asking how easy could a taurus move on... Someone could desire based just on looks or personality without knowing any more about that person, If that person was or shortly became unavailable or if that person didn't have the same desire out the gate, then it would be really to move on.. That said, Once you become emotionally/physically invested in that person and start to build a bond, then the whole playing field begins to change.. I think its pretty well known that a taurus is pretty slow when it comes to making up his mind about the woman he wants, I think it would probably be fair to say he may be just as slow once he's made that choice to move on..


I speak for myself when I say I'm a VERY driven person. Driven to go after what I want in life, and to never quit, never give up. But that very same never quit drive that would insure I would be at her shoulder through the thick or when its not all peaches and cream.. Also mean I have a really hard time pulling the plug and walking away when I should.. Even if I know I should, I hate giving up. Especially if I feel a strong bond and/or see really good potential...
4/17/2011 9:27:06 AM | More
borderlinecapri

33 years old female

Sun&Venus: Capricorn Mars&Mercury: Aqua

Posted by krysrenee7
1 of my best male friends is a Taurus. From what I've seen of him in situations like this...He harps very hard on it for a short while, almost to the point that the rejection/his feelings for her consumes him & is all he thinks about...so much so that others observing him don't think he'll be able to move on nor do they believe he has the willpower to find someone else. Then out of the blue & with no warning, he'll be completely over it, be on to the next one & act as if the chick never existed. Weird


Thanks krysrenee, this confirms my guess. I have a moon in taurus. I have similar inclinations too.
4/17/2011 9:28:40 AM | More
borderlinecapri

33 years old female

Sun&Venus: Capricorn Mars&Mercury: Aqua

Posted by TaurGuy


"desire a woman" is kinda open ended..and there are a lot of variables to consider with asking how easy could a taurus move on... Someone could desire based just on looks or personality without knowing any more about that person, If that person was or shortly became unavailable or if that person didn't have the same desire out the gate, then it would be really to move on.. That said, Once you become emotionally/physically invested in that person and start to build a bond, then the whole playing field begins to change.. I think its pretty well known that a taurus is pretty slow when it comes to making up his mind about the woman he wants, I think it would probably be fair to say he may be just as slow once he's made that choice to move on..


I speak for myself when I say I'm a VERY driven person. Driven to go after what I want in life, and to never quit, never give up. But that very same never quit drive that would insure I would be at her shoulder through the thick or when its not all peaches and cream.. Also mean I have a really hard time pulling the plug and walking away when I should.. Even if I know I should, I hate giving up. Especially if I feel a strong bond and/or see really good potential...


Thanks a lot TaurGuy! I meant 'sexual desire' or lust. The issue is that Taurus man wants an affair with a girl, made an effort to seduce her but she ran away. Is he going to think about her for some time or just move on? ( Opinions derived from personal experiences are more than welcome )
4/28/2011 12:33:33 AM | More
NZAqua

40 years old female from New Zealand  

From what I've learned about Taurus men, he'll forget her and move on.


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