Ox in Love - Chinese Zodiac
People with Chinese zodiac Ox sign usually are serious about matching for marriage, and romance is a means to an end. They do poorly in packaging themselves for that eventuality and they hate duplicity. They seem outright bland, but they do have a soft and generous inside. They are usually reserved and shy and refrain from aggressive hot pursuits. They are more balanced in their relationship, and thus minimize disruptions over financial matters.
The Ox sign lady is the lady most likely to choose the wrong partner. For the Lady Ox, you should always get an outside opinion from someone you trust and who is wise before you make a commitment. Yes, you carry out your responsibilities and willingly shoulder the burdens placed upon you.
Although you tend to be very independent and self reliant, you nevertheless frequently volunteer to shoulder the burdens of those around you. Of all the Chinese signs, yours is the one most likely to fit the Herculean image of “carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders.
And, it’s not unusual to find you unapproachable. Regardless of how good hearted you might be it’s hard for you to totally escape the Ox’s tendency to be cold and materialistic. Sometimes it appears to us that you are more interested in things than people, even when that isn’t the way it really is.
If and when an Ox falls in love, its forever – just keep on telling them you love them at least 20 times a day. The Ox has loads of love and is extremely loyal and so when an Ox falls in love, it is “‘til death do us part”; it doesn’t matter what you do; cheating, lying, nastiness, anything.
In fact, the Ox can easily fall for the wrong partner, even if they spend a lot of time trying to decide if they are the “one”, and then spend forever not fixing them, but putting up with all sorts. Thus if you decide to call it a day then you need to explain it to them over breakfast, lunch and dinner, or they will think by the next meal time you changed your mind.
They are fairly reliable and low maintenance, but yes, they do need comforting and non-stop attention, or they can get a little bit down-cast. Anyone who does fall in love with an Ox will however, get very good value for their money, as an Ox gives with their whole heart and soul – which is huge! So, if you are going for an Ox, look out, you are going to be stuck with a happy devotee who will follow you across the earth and… beyond -whether you like it – or not.
Having said that, marriage for the Ox – despite it being a rather conservative beast – will show up how surprisingly modern they can be, as it seems worthless to them, so they will say yes, but don’t expect them to get worked up about it. Of course, once married, don’t expect any divorce!
In bed you are fairly conventional in your tastes but you would try anything IF you are pushed into it and you are tremendously physical and like a lot of love. You expect your partner to be completely totally faithful and in fact, sex is practically the only time that you are ready give up control and time! Ironically, because you don’t talk openly to your partner what you want – but you expect them to service you to the full and meet all your needs – your partner can find it hard to deal with you sometimes.
Thus, their partner will have to do all the talking and explaining and then they can be brilliant lovers, partly because although they lack imagination, they have inexhaustible energy and can stay on longer, and are also champions of being natural, honest and open. So, if love marathons are your thing, the Ox will do it for you. However, if you want illicit, risky, delicate or mysterious sexual experiences, go for someone completely different.