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Terms of Cancer Apr 20
Given the chance, a will love & trust completely without second thought. Dont toy with them or youll get pinched back.
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Terms of Cancer Apr 21
just want that wonderful lover who will always be there no matter what.
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Terms of Cancer Apr 20
Once a has made a decision, their mind is set in stone.
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Terms of Cancer Apr 23
its hard to make a fall in love but if you do they will fall hard
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Terms of Cancer Apr 22
is the type to make it to the top & then take everyone who been there all along with them
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Terms of Cancer 20h
It takes a long time to find the right lover they can settle down with.
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Terms of Cancer Apr 21
When the is not pouting, they are romantic & gooey with you.
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Terms of Cancer Apr 23
No matter how hard act, at the end of the day they are still Cancer. They just want to be understood.
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Terms of Cancer Apr 24
you cant control things.. if someone changes on you then you cant make them go back to how they were
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Terms of Cancer Apr 22
Only when a feels secure at home will they think about having babies.
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Terms of Cancer 13h
is a feminine sign.. Women will be attracted to a natural sense of understanding women & their needs..
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Terms of Cancer Apr 24
is great at reading into things but should take things as is sometimes
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Terms of Cancer 6h
The Zodiac Sign That Brings Out The Best & Worst In a :
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