Four neighboring signs in four different elements...That's Me...
Leo Sun, Virgo Moon, Cancer Merc, Libra Venus, Capricorn Mars, Aries Asc.

That's messed up. He wants to have his cake and eat it too and is entirely unashamed about it. Put him in his place. Tell him he can do whatever he wants, but you're not waiting on him because you're not his backup. Let him know you're only interested in decisive men who clearly value you. Then tell him good luck on finding what he's looking for, but it's clearly not you and you're not sticking around.
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Platonos maduros (because you can't say plaintains in my family). You can eat them at any time with any meal. Breakfast, with dinner, as a dessert, it's all good.


Ummm 😋 I remember eating this in Costa Rica.
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They're fantastic. My mom makes them all of the time. I try not to make them most of the year just so that I can have them over the holidays.
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Hahah I would read the your post, but once again you've already missed the point. I'm not an Olympic lifter and no those 900lb sets were not for one rep. Look @Dreamyboy has already called you out. He's got you on this one. However if you want to continue believing that you know everything be my guest. You've been warned and it really doesn't matter if you seriously injure yourself or wind up with crazy muscle imbalances like this.
That's not possible, so now I know you're just being the typical purely Sun(Thought/Mind) Leo. It's all in your head. Against a Leo Midheaven you would be cucked faster than you can blink. That's a fact, deal with it.
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Hahaha well it's definitely not possible when your don't work your legs.

Let's play a game though because this conversation has grown stale. We'll continue doing what we do and if we're wrong, then we'll never be as strong as you think you are (oh no). On the other hand you'll continue doing whatever you're doing and if you're wrong, then you'll have the pleasure of dealing with severe muscle imbalances and possibly blowing out your knees before you're 30. Deal? Let's do it, great talk!
Platonos maduros (because you can't say plaintains in my family). You can eat them at any time with any meal. Breakfast, with dinner, as a dessert, it's all good.
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HAHAHA you're hilarious. Let me tell you something, machines are for accessory work. If you're relying on machines you will create muscular imbalances and put a lot of pressure on your joints (like the knees). I myself used to do 900-1k lbs on leg press in my 20s when I was a newbie, thinking that I was getting serious gains. It wasn't until I started squatting that I realized how wrong I was.
Riiiight, it was so totally cause you used a machine, and not because you were doing olympic workouts(aka retarded 1 rep 900lbs). Oh wait no, it was because you did olympic workouts. Being "able" to do 1 rep of something isn't the same as actually being able to exert force equal to that weight. You are too retarded to see the disconnect between the fact that you can only make the movement with that kind of force. Once. Which that's in a very peculiar situation where you are merely pushing against weight. Odds are you can barely punch any stronger than me, and which of course meanwhile I ascend my levels of force by doing levels of reps that actually matter.

You just don't get it. The fact that you can ONLY do 1 rep period, is the proof that you can't actually do it. It's like if I were to believe my punch was equal to my 1 rep max. When that's just not the case.

Olypmic exercises absolutely do not even remotely translate to combat capability at all. Forget technique, I would wipe the floor with your ass any day. The fact of the matter is, that fighting is about damage done. Hitting someone until they cannot continue or give up, as well the endurance to withstand everything they dish out and the agility to dodge as much of it as possible. Most of all Stamina, because once you're out of that it's game over.

Martial Arts competitors focus on doing intense amounts of bodyweight exorcises and such. Like 10,000. That's why they can survive in a tournament however long. Because that's what stamina is.

You wanna see what I really mean? Do some actual combat exercise. Do as many punches you can in as little time as you can. You're going to see the drastic difference between being able to lift 900lbs, and actually being able to exert a force over and over and over. You don't take it seriously but as soon as you tire out from kicking and punching all that 1 rep strength is going to be completely useless.

You have to look at the undeniable biological facts. It's precisely what you're doing. Pushing yourself just so you have the trophy thay you can technically push up a 900lbs weight up into the air. That's not how butter works. You can only be proud when you can use that weight in any meaningful sense. 1 rep max is completely worthless, it's nothing more than a novelty.
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Hahah I would read the your post, but once again you've already missed the point. I'm not an Olympic lifter and no those 900lb sets were not for one rep. Look @Dreamyboy has already called you out. He's got you on this one. However if you want to continue believing that you know everything be my guest. You've been warned and it really doesn't matter if you seriously injure yourself or wind up with crazy muscle imbalances like this:



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Naw, I think that's just a limiting belief. We basically have the knowledge and potential ability to visit a new Earth-like planet, but many people seem oblivious to the importance of space exploration.

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Hanging out with a married man?


No they were separated. He officially divorce on July 7th. He wanted to take me to dinner for my birthday. Platonic

I didn't really believe it. I thought he was being a typical virgo

So i restricted him on fb

He stopped being curious about me after that and never took me to dinner


You think it might be because you restricted him on Facebook?


i don't know , why im asking


I'd guess that's what happened. If I offered to take a woman to dinner, only to have her restrict me on social media, I would think something was wrong. Granted I don't take social media seriously, but that would still strike me as odd. Also there would be no real way to confront you about it either, so I'd let it go.

Also remember even if they don't admit it, Virgos typically notice EVERYTHING. This guy probably saw it and shrugged it off, but my guess is that he decided to switch gears as a result.


we're still friends on FB and we interact on Messenger

so i see everything he posts, but mine doesn't show unless it's public which it never is

yep after i made that move, he started asking less questions, he was asking a thousand prior

so im thinking that's what caused the invisible rift

but we cool as hell


Well if you weren't interested in the guy, then it's no big deal really.


well im confused about that

i really don't know how i feel about it all


Oh you Cancer, are you sidestepping this dude? That can be super confusing to a Virgo.


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You know that's how you folk work.
Person: "I like you and find you fascinating!"
Cancer: ".........(what's he trying to pull? Time to pull evasive maneuvers!)"
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@Ladyneptune

You should probably shut the treetrunk up with your feminist bs and stop shaming her.
Women listenin to cookiemonsteres like you is like death row for any future with a man.
I can already see your sad future.
Lol

@Chuckcem = afraid of a little Patriarchy, aren't we?
Even if the dude was married and CC managed to "steal" him/make him dump his wife - She won=she claims the prize.
Very simple


@CluelessCoffee
If this dude wronged you/promised you something and didn't deliver -find out the real reason why = talk to him.
Not that hard.
You're 36, it's time to take the initiative and go for what you want.
Leave the miserable cookiemonsteres club and go be happy.


No, that wasn't the point I was making. My point was dating a person who is still married is an obvious trap / waste of time. A lot of people think that they can steal their love interests away from a spouse, only to get the short end of the stick. It just makes more sense to leave married people (happy or unhappy) alone until they finalize their separation.

However CC clarified that the guy was already divorced, thereby making my point moot.


If a person is willing to date you while they're married = you're their ticket out the butterhole of a marriage.
No cheating, no therapy, no bs.
Straight up left and gone to a fitter/more suitable person
Do you know how happy a woman can be if she's with the right man?
She glows, goes back to her girly ways, always smiling. That's a good girl.

And she gets depressed when it's time to go back to mr.hubby.



Well it's different if she's using you as a distraction from her husband, while you're also using her. The scenario you've mentioned sounds like a no strings attached scenario. In which case, that's between you and the other person. This arrangrment however doesn't work for lot of people. Their feelings get involved and suddenly they can't figure out why the married person isn't reciprocating anymore, having forgotten there is still a spouse in the picture.

Me personally, I see no point in spending energy on someone with a significant other. It's just unnecessary baggage. Regardless of my personal ideas on cheating/extra-marital affairs (which I'm against), it's much easier to find someone who is already single. Dating a married person just seems like a waste of time to me.

I don't need to explain to you about people.
You seem to understand what's happening.

Gotta give it to you though, you have the patience of a saint.
For the last 10 months that I've been here, I've seen you help people help themselves.
Every time it's the same thing/-different version.

I hope people listen to your advice.
Maybe then something will change for the better.

All the best.
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Thanks, I appreciate that!
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Hanging out with a married man?


No they were separated. He officially divorce on July 7th. He wanted to take me to dinner for my birthday. Platonic

I didn't really believe it. I thought he was being a typical virgo

So i restricted him on fb

He stopped being curious about me after that and never took me to dinner


You think it might be because you restricted him on Facebook?


i don't know , why im asking


I'd guess that's what happened. If I offered to take a woman to dinner, only to have her restrict me on social media, I would think something was wrong. Granted I don't take social media seriously, but that would still strike me as odd. Also there would be no real way to confront you about it either, so I'd let it go.

Also remember even if they don't admit it, Virgos typically notice EVERYTHING. This guy probably saw it and shrugged it off, but my guess is that he decided to switch gears as a result.


we're still friends on FB and we interact on Messenger

so i see everything he posts, but mine doesn't show unless it's public which it never is

yep after i made that move, he started asking less questions, he was asking a thousand prior

so im thinking that's what caused the invisible rift

but we cool as hell


Well if you weren't interested in the guy, then it's no big deal really.


well im confused about that

i really don't know how i feel about it all
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Oh you Cancer, are you sidestepping this dude? That can be super confusing to a Virgo.
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Hanging out with a married man?


No they were separated. He officially divorce on July 7th. He wanted to take me to dinner for my birthday. Platonic

I didn't really believe it. I thought he was being a typical virgo

So i restricted him on fb

He stopped being curious about me after that and never took me to dinner


You think it might be because you restricted him on Facebook?


i don't know , why im asking


I'd guess that's what happened. If I offered to take a woman to dinner, only to have her restrict me on social media, I would think something was wrong. Granted I don't take social media seriously, but that would still strike me as odd. Also there would be no real way to confront you about it either, so I'd let it go.

Also remember even if they don't admit it, Virgos typically notice EVERYTHING. This guy probably saw it and shrugged it off, but my guess is that he decided to switch gears as a result.


yeah he was liking all of my posts

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Yeah my guess is he was interested.
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@Ladyneptune

You should probably shut the treetrunk up with your feminist bs and stop shaming her.
Women listenin to cookiemonsteres like you is like death row for any future with a man.
I can already see your sad future.
Lol

@Chuckcem = afraid of a little Patriarchy, aren't we?
Even if the dude was married and CC managed to "steal" him/make him dump his wife - She won=she claims the prize.
Very simple


@CluelessCoffee
If this dude wronged you/promised you something and didn't deliver -find out the real reason why = talk to him.
Not that hard.
You're 36, it's time to take the initiative and go for what you want.
Leave the miserable cookiemonsteres club and go be happy.


No, that wasn't the point I was making. My point was dating a person who is still married is an obvious trap / waste of time. A lot of people think that they can steal their love interests away from a spouse, only to get the short end of the stick. It just makes more sense to leave married people (happy or unhappy) alone until they finalize their separation.

However CC clarified that the guy was already divorced, thereby making my point moot.


If a person is willing to date you while they're married = you're their ticket out the butterhole of a marriage.
No cheating, no therapy, no bs.
Straight up left and gone to a fitter/more suitable person
Do you know how happy a woman can be if she's with the right man?
She glows, goes back to her girly ways, always smiling. That's a good girl.

And she gets depressed when it's time to go back to mr.hubby.

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Well it's different if she's using you as a distraction from her husband, while you're also using her. The scenario you've mentioned sounds like a no strings attached scenario. In which case, that's between you and the other person. This arrangrment however doesn't work for lot of people. Their feelings get involved and suddenly they can't figure out why the married person isn't reciprocating anymore, having forgotten there is still a spouse in the picture.

Me personally, I see no point in spending energy on someone with a significant other. It's just unnecessary baggage. Regardless of my personal ideas on cheating/extra-marital affairs (which I'm against), it's much easier to find someone who is already single. Dating a married person just seems like a waste of time to me.
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Hanging out with a married man?


No they were separated. He officially divorce on July 7th. He wanted to take me to dinner for my birthday. Platonic

I didn't really believe it. I thought he was being a typical virgo

So i restricted him on fb

He stopped being curious about me after that and never took me to dinner


You think it might be because you restricted him on Facebook?


i don't know , why im asking


I'd guess that's what happened. If I offered to take a woman to dinner, only to have her restrict me on social media, I would think something was wrong. Granted I don't take social media seriously, but that would still strike me as odd. Also there would be no real way to confront you about it either, so I'd let it go.

Also remember even if they don't admit it, Virgos typically notice EVERYTHING. This guy probably saw it and shrugged it off, but my guess is that he decided to switch gears as a result.


we're still friends on FB and we interact on Messenger

so i see everything he posts, but mine doesn't show unless it's public which it never is

yep after i made that move, he started asking less questions, he was asking a thousand prior

so im thinking that's what caused the invisible rift

but we cool as hell
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Well if you weren't interested in the guy, then it's no big deal really.
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Hanging out with a married man?


No they were separated. He officially divorce on July 7th. He wanted to take me to dinner for my birthday. Platonic

I didn't really believe it. I thought he was being a typical virgo

So i restricted him on fb

He stopped being curious about me after that and never took me to dinner


You think it might be because you restricted him on Facebook?


i don't know , why im asking


I'd guess that's what happened. If I offered to take a woman to dinner, only to have her restrict me on social media, I would think something was wrong. Granted I don't take social media seriously, but that would still strike me as odd. Also there would be no real way to confront you about it either, so I'd let it go.

Also remember even if they don't admit it, Virgos typically notice EVERYTHING. This guy probably saw it and shrugged it off, but my guess is that he decided to switch gears as a result.


we're still friends on FB and we interact on Messenger

so i see everything he posts, but mine doesn't show unless it's public which it never is


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Yeah even if he doesn't pay much attention to social media, he probably noticed how your page went from being open to limited. You never know, maybe he's been looking at your page a lot.

Then again, he may not care. However if a guy is offering to take you out for dinner, I'd assume the initial undertone was romantic (or at least to see if there was a spark). I think it would be easy for him to deny anything this early on and say it was only platonic.
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@Ladyneptune

You should probably shut the treetrunk up with your feminist bs and stop shaming her.
Women listenin to cookiemonsteres like you is like death row for any future with a man.
I can already see your sad future.
Lol

@Chuckcem = afraid of a little Patriarchy, aren't we?
Even if the dude was married and CC managed to "steal" him/make him dump his wife - She won=she claims the prize.
Very simple


@CluelessCoffee
If this dude wronged you/promised you something and didn't deliver -find out the real reason why = talk to him.
Not that hard.
You're 36, it's time to take the initiative and go for what you want.
Leave the miserable cookiemonsteres club and go be happy.


No, that wasn't the point I was making. My point was dating a person who is still married is an obvious trap / waste of time. A lot of people think that they can steal their love interests away from a spouse, only to get the short end of the stick. It just makes more sense to leave married people (happy or unhappy) alone until they finalize their separation.

However CC clarified that the guy was already divorced, thereby making my point moot.
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Hanging out with a married man?


No they were separated. He officially divorce on July 7th. He wanted to take me to dinner for my birthday. Platonic

I didn't really believe it. I thought he was being a typical virgo

So i restricted him on fb

He stopped being curious about me after that and never took me to dinner


You think it might be because you restricted him on Facebook?


i don't know , why im asking
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I'd guess that's what happened. If I offered to take a woman to dinner, only to have her restrict me on social media, I would think something was wrong. Granted I don't take social media seriously, but that would still strike me as odd. Also there would be no real way to confront you about it either, so I'd let it go.

Also remember even if they don't admit it, Virgos typically notice EVERYTHING. This guy probably saw it and shrugged it off, but my guess is that he decided to switch gears as a result.
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Virgos have an issue with martyrdom. The myth is that Virgos are looking for the "perfect" partner. The lesser known fact is that Virgos are willing to "fix" their partners in order to make them "perfect" (at least in their eyes). The problem though is that people can't be "fixed" in this way.

Additionally Virgos are typically very analytical and critical in nature. They won't let just anyone into their hearts. However Virgos are not perfect people, they make mistakes in judgement just like anyone else. So if a Virgo chooses poorly, you'll find that they will still seek to justify their decision by rationalizing it.

The truth is Virgos are very sensitive people deep down and once they invite someone past their barriers, they have a difficult time reversing that logic. A Virgo will think, "Well if this person got this far with me, there MUST be a reason." In reality the Virgo just wants to be vulnerable, to feel the way other people do.

Virgos are constantly in their own heads and are often very critical of themselves. They can easily be their own worst enemies. While a Virgo may seem fine after a breakup, they ARE NOT. They are constantly running a multitude of hypothetical "what if" scenarios in their heads regarding their recent relationship and breakup. Virgos know that they can be overly critical of the world around them and potentially fear a life in which they never allowed love to happen.

Therefore until a Virgo stops worrying comes to terms with their own internal fears, they run the risk of allowing the wrong people into their hearts.


I kinda find this reading of Virgos to be mythical in a sense, I have never wanted to fix someone, if anything I actively push back wanting to fix them or trying to. Criticism isn't freely offered, but I will make commentary on issues that my partner may deem as an issue in their life... but if things are going fine as they consider it...then I stay mum on most decisions.

The way I see it, I am willing to let them be them, so long as they let me be me. So long as they are healthy and happy and not affecting my own health and happiness unduly, we are good.

I won't stay in a toxic relationship but I do make a good faith effort to allow the relationship a chance to improve, that can seem to an outsider as if we are holding on to the point of destruction.

Which is understandable sometimes it can feel like holding on long after something has died, but the romantic in me needs to give it that shot for the heart to properly heal when the swan song finally comes up.

End of the day the realist in me doesn't allow the romantic to get too carried away especially as I rack up experiences.
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You know what's funny, I find that my Virgo guy friends don't do this nearly as much as the Virgo girl friends I have. I honestly think the men and women have completely different approached to relationships. It's just hard explaining those nuances when speaking in general terms.
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You guys should really look at your individual Leos' charts before asking some of these questions. Yes, some of us fall under some of the Leo Sun stereotypes, but if you're wondering why some Leo's don't, chances are that other chart placements would give you your answers. If you have the charts but aren't sure how to analyze/interpret them, then you can post them in this thread and have someone like @Chuckcem help you out with that.

Edit: I realize that I'm not a Leo man, but I do have quite a bit of experience with them. Also, the men and women aren't that different, imo.


I try to the best of my ability. Yeah this "Leo man" thread seems to be a bit limiting.
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My Leo wants to take it slow. I thought they never wanted to do that?


Of course we do, but only up until a point. Trying to shift everyone back here though (https://www.dxpnet.com/opinion/leo/ask-a-leo-7783794/?checkpg=1), so we can let this thread die.
Posted by ananthema9018
Why can't my leo, who obviously cares about me just admit it? Like why does he have to act so cold all of a sudden?


Just for future notice. Go ahead and ask your question here: https://www.dxpnet.com/opinion/leo/ask-a-leo-7783794/?checkpg=1

This is a year old thread and one I don't often check because most of the users who started it are gone. I think we've all been trying to let it die, but it keeps popping back up. Also the other thread is more open as it's designed to be about all Leos, not just Leo men.