Once I worked for – not dated – a Cancerian who was a doctor and the maddest modelizer/womanizer you’ve ever heard of. But it wasn’t some cynical pick-up artist thing – god no.
Dr. Crab fell in love – or felt he did – every time. He could go from being like a wilted flower drooping down in the heat of all his legal fees and angry exes into something more like green, vibrant bamboo. The mere sight of a beautiful woman – or perhaps more girl in his case – would have render him witty, euphoric and glowing with cosmic zeal.
There were dramas, Love Zombie escapades (yes, men too), much quoting of Rumi and midnight punch-ups. He often expressed opinions such as “her husband does not understand her – she is a magical instrument in the hands of a barbarian.”
He liked Evian water, money ( obsessively counting whatever currency was in his wallet) and watches that the SAS would evidently wear should they need to call in an airstrike. He never believed in the moon landing but it wasn’t because he bought into conspiracy theory – he preferred to think of Luna as a literal magical place or even a goddess. True.
‘My cancer boyfriend (my now most recent ex) and I dated for two years, and it was an INSANE relationship. Smoldering sexy, musically brilliant, EXTREMELY emotionally abusive but so manipulative that I couldn’t see it until it was too late,’ Archerette reports.
But what about the time The Leo Socialite dated a Cancer?
‘Once i dated a Cancerian who slept with all my friends and then called me “selfish” and even “ignoble” when i objected. I thought at the time he might want to have a different lady friend for each moon sign because he had about 12 of us on rotation. My Scorpio friend thinks he’s gay but that having a lot of women action is the best “beard.”’
Have you any of you date/mated a Crab person?