It’s one of the few same-sign, same-season couples we can’t say brings success. They both act as if they have seen and done it before, normally possessing the analytical skills and foolproof plan as evidence.
Which bucks a trend as it’s often thought same-sign couples make the most steady of marriages. They give each other respectful and comforting stares from a safe distance, taking some measure of security in the knowledge there are other dependable, “together” people out there.
Being a Virgo, I can attest to the fact that every personality trait astrologers use to describe us is dead on.
As much as I want to cringe and deny some Virgo characteristics (critical, hard to please and an obsessive need to control), I can't argue that this isn't all part of being a Virgo.
But ever since you’ve known him you could almost swear he is more like a Gemini, Libra, or Pisces because he has such a dualistic nature.
He’s not interested in having a relationship just so that he can say he’s not single; he will wait patiently for the right woman to come along.Statistically speaking, same-sign marriages have been proven as the most reliable in studies since the 1970s.Under normal circumstances though, neither Virgo Woman and Virgo Man really want this one to work.The Virgo man is unassuming, but an all round good guy.He doesn’t draw attention to himself and often prefers to stay in the background, but he is a rock to those who know him and is usually universally liked.