Aries And Capricorn Compatibility Tale


Isabelle Vivienne was Jean Claude’s crush from college because she was so deeply involved in learning that everyone admired her. Isabelle was a Capricorn, in her twenties, she was slender, had black curly hair, and narrow chin, and probably too small breasts, but the guys found them fascinating nevertheless.

So one day, when they were traveling on the bus together Jean-Claude invited Isabelle Vivienne to a hot cup of coffee and she smiled and accepted. They started talking about career goals, achievements, and physical activity, but they soon found out there wasn’t anything much to talk about. She measured him rationally and decided he lacks tact and was basically an idiot. Jean Claude was very annoyed. He never guessed Vivienne would be so dramatically boring. They got stuck into a pointless ego battle.

However, Vivienne and Jean were among the best catches in the university. They had common values such as independence, clarity, and honesty and they decided that they will share some activities together. That said Vivienne simply could not understand why Jean wants to run at 6 in the morning. She loved to rest! Their sexual activities were a disaster as well. She needed a man who is responsible, with old-fashioned values, to bring out her restrained sensuality. In bed, she wanted from Jean to be a gentleman, who gives her what she needs and anticipates her moods, and knows her erogenous zones, and treats her like a princess, and we have all witnessed Jean’s escapades and we know he wasn’t anything like this.

Jean was frightened. She was excellent marriage material, she was monogamous and a careerist. But she was truly an empress, a traditionalist, and she liked order even in her sex life. Her favorite words were “apply,” “utilize” and “success.” She was born to rule and Jean was the last man on Earth to want to be ruled. So…they ended happily separated from each other in the second month of their relationship, and even that was way too long.

Author: LadyF

I know that I can speak about writing until I annoy even the most patient person. It obviously is more than a passion to me. Dean Kansky said: "You know, the Greeks didn't write obituaries. They only asked one thing after a man died: "Did he have passion?"

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