An Offer of Service
She offers you a helping hand. Maybe you’ve got a stalled research project, and she mentions that she’s got a book sitting on her shelf right now that could come in handy. Sounds dry? Think again: her offer of help means that you’ll need to arrange a follow-up meeting so she can hand over the book to you…which is just what she was intending when she so skillfully offered you her help in the first place. It’s the “when can I see you again without making it super obvious that I really want to see you again” approach. And you’d better treat her book as though it’s part of the Smithsonian collection. She treasures her tomes, so it’s huge that she’s risking its potential damage in your grubby little paws. She won’t do that for just anyone.
Because Venus in Virgo is a renowned wordsmith, don’t be concerned if he prefers to reach out to you by email or text, instead of over the phone. It’s legit. And the passing back and forth of notes can lead to some smoldering online threads. Yes, the Virgin…smoldering. He reads, he writes–and he needs to know you’re literate, too. You don’t have to be Emily Bronte (who had Venus in Virgo, incidentally). But you do need to have something going on between the ears before he chooses to let you between the sheets. That’s because Venus in Virgo has a well-honed appreciation for gray matter. Know that your brain is actually a turn-on for him, provided you don’t come at him with a potty mouth that would make even the creators of “South Park” blush. Think word hygiene and follow his cues when in doubt.
If he engages you with witty word play–a pun or a wry remark that reveals his astute observations–he’s showing off for you. Venus in Virgo is one clever cookie, and you could learn a lot from this lover, whether it’s historical context, political turmoil, or even a scrumptious recipe. Remember that wordplay is foreplay, and you’ll be better prepared to respond accordingly.