17 Signs You're A Ride-Or-Die Virgo
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17 Signs You're A Ride-Or-Die Virgo

A late August-September birthday isn't the only thing that defines a Virgo.

17 Signs You're A Ride-Or-Die Virgo
Larisa Birta

Let's face it: astrology is addicting. We're all hooked on horoscopes and reading exactly what our sign says about us, even those who claim it's not real science have been sucked in! And who is more susceptible and skeptical than a Virgo? I'm looking at you September babies. Known as the sign of the virgin or woman, Virgos are complex personalities, often with rough edges but a deeply nurturing and loving core. So for all my Virgos out there, here's 17 signs you're a ride-or-die Virgo.

1. You tend to be a bit of a control freak (sometimes Type A doesn't even begin to describe it).

2. Sarcasm is your second language and you use it any chance you can.

3. Your RBF is real and it is terrifying.

4. Perfectionism is one of your fatal flaws.

5. The other flaw is stubbornness.

6. You can argue a point for hours, even when you know you're wrong.

7. You tend to be the "mom friend" of the group.

8. Most people are intimidated by you at first, but once you warm up you are the sweetest and most loving person.

9. You tend to run your relationships with an iron fist. (Your partner loves it though, so you don't need to worry).

10. Despite your caring nature, it's hard for you to verbalize your feelings for someone and it often comes out harsh and wrong.

11. While you can be lazy, you never go out without your signature look whether that be sharp eyebrows, perfectly curled hair, or a killer matte lipstick.

12. You have strong maternal/paternal instincts and whether or not you claim to like children, you tend to be the one caring for them at events.

13. You're "bossy". (But that's just because you want things to be done a certain way).

14. You tend to be wise beyond your years or have an "old soul."

15. You tend to be introverted until you get to know someone and then no one can ever get you to shut up.

16. You're a leader.

17. You're strong, intelligent, and beautiful all at the same time.

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