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For The Week Of June 8-14, 2009

Virgo (August 23 – September 22)

Live it up this week because this is a good time for you to take on frivolous fun and a devil-may-care attitude. The more fun times you pile up now, the better for you, as next week some intense times will be going down and the more beautiful memories you build up now, the easier the transition to next week will be. Seriously, take any opportunity to laugh now.

Libra (September 23 – October 22)

This week is sort of grim in terms of thinking the sickest case scenarios. However, this exercise in your imagination has a purpose, as you’ll be heading into a time that you can actually show some gratefulness to someone close to you and revel in the fact that your nightmares are only in your mind. Sometimes you have to know what you can’t have to cherish what you do have.

Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)

Take your time in getting to know the latest catch, because just like fine wine, this flavor should be taken in slowly and sensually to get the full body taste they offer. After all, who needs to rush and fall in love anymore? This is the new millennium. If you aren’t going to make yourself the ruler of your own domain and call the shots that make you the prize, who the hell is?

Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21)

Your sexual prowess can be given an Olympic event all its own, as most people would have to train for years to be able to keep up. Therefore, realize his appetite for destruction is not the only sign of love you should rely on. Pace yourself and your baby and if you do, things will sync up the way you want in time. Understand not all champions are born, some must be made.

Capricorn (December 22 – January 19)

You have your lover at your beckon call and that is a beautiful place to have him be. Although at times you wonder if things are little too easy, think about life in Versailles and wonder if they would of wanted to live in the Bastille instead. Appreciate the good life now because not only have you earned it, you want it. Accept this gift horse in your mouth darling!

Aquarius (January 20 – February 18)

You will hear all the okays you want, but promises won’t go down the way you expect. Call it a misunderstanding or out-and-out disrespect, whatever the case, being as specific as you can is necessary to clear up all discrepancies. However, when all is said and done, know that you only have one shot at this and if directions are not as followed, it’s up to you to leave, non-negotiably.

Pisces (February 19 – March 20)

You and your boo have a common goal: fun, passion and excitement. However, how you both want to go about it can cause strife, as you both have your own agenda and want to do things your way. Instead of wasting time pushing and pulling, realize to go right to the compromise stage and realize there is room and time for everyone to be Queen (King) for a day.

Aries (March 21 – April 19)

This is your time to slow it down and chill out. Your sensuality needs attention and the only way you will be able to practice it to perfection is if you remind yourself to take the time to enjoy satisfaction and explore every detail of your honey’s body and mind. Sure, the quickie does fulfill, but ignoring those other options are like throwing away a winning lottery ticket.

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

A rose colored filter is about to overtake your point of view and a feeling that everything is beautiful will be turning you on. Go with it, as this is just the kind of inspiration you need to put you back into a game that has bigger and tastier rewards. You are in the center of the universe right now, so live it up by going all out.

Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

Who cares what the rules are? All you know is that you’re fed up following them. This week, dart off into the path of most unknown, as you need inspiration to prop your life and libido back to a standard that not only is exciting and erotic, but uncharted and mysterious. Seriously, without any curiosity, how do you expect to really get off?

Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

Stubborn and seemingly undermining opinions a certain friend will spew isn’t exactly from the place you think it will be. Call it jealousy or unrequited love, whatever it is; it won’t be in your personal interest to take this advice to heart. While this behavior is out of character, realize it is somewhat unforgivable too. Bide your time with other company.

Leo (July 23 – August 22)

Complacency is the worst place to hit in a relationship, as that is when the real action has to begin. This is the time to sink or swim and making that ultimate decision is down to the wire. Yes, seems this is when the true test of taking responsibility is going to happen or not and the real prize for dominance is sealed.

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