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Married or single, it's fairly simple to spot the Virgo in public. He's not exactly garrulous, and he'll stand out as a loner.
See that gentle, attractive man over there in the comer, with the thesaurus under his arm?
The one with the tick-tock mind, clicking away the hours neatly and methodically noticing the smallest details?
If you look closely, you can almost see him measuring each minute for what it's worth. See that quiet girl with the beautiful, soft eyes, waiting for the bus?
Although they're ex-ternally capable and cool, inner anxieties gnaw away at them, upsetting their digestion and their emotional balance.
Tackling more work than they can safely manage, and then straining themselves to the breaking point to fulfill the obligations is behind many a Virgo's ragged nerves.
Virgos are too busy to daydream, and they're usually too tired at night to wish on stars. One might even say he's affectionately attached to the habit.
He takes more baths and showers than any four people you know put together.
They're always well turned out, and usually meticulous, if conservative, dressers.
Virgo Maurice Chevalier would rather be caught without a song than without his boutonniere and his tie tack.
Although lots of Virgos remain bachelors and spinsters, there are also plenty who finally settle into connubial bliss.
They may not do so with any sudden burst of fire and passion, because marriage is not a natural state for the Virginian nature; yet it's surprising how many of them master its teamwork, and they're almost always devoted to their families.