Leo guys: the royal sign. The Royal Sign. Anyone who’s ever dealt with one can tell you what a royal pain a disgruntled Leo guy can be. Ruled by the Sun, the basic Leo likes to loll around in the sunshine and work at nothing all day. Although he’s a fire sign, it’s a fixed sign, too. These guys are rotten in a fish camp since they expect everyone else to serve them.
Grocery store: Due to the artistic nature of the Leo, grocery shopping can take on a little bit of an adventure–like quality. Leo’s are hunters, so plan on the foodstuffs themselves having something with bones in it. Could be T–bone, or for the more environmentally conscious Leo types, imagine free–range chicken. Don’t forget that Leo is a fixed sign, and as such, if there is something that deviates from the shopping list, this is bound to upset the Leo. Let the Leo assiduously stick to his list. You’ll be much happier.
Shopping at midnight: This is an interesting case study, what the Leo does after midnight in a giant discount chain store. There is so much to choose from, and what does the Leo look at first? Usually, it winds up being art supplies. I know, and you know that super stores are not always the best place to buy art supplies, but it’s a start. There are pens and crayons and big tablets of paper that will draw the Leo’s attention. Then there’s the jewelry section, too. No, this isn’t the best place to buy the finest gold creations, but all that yellow glitter will surely attract the Leo’s attention, if only for a little while. Finally, and I hate to let anyone know this, there’s the clothing. The Leo will have to have a go at the clothing department, just to see if there’s anything worthwhile. Look on the bright side, in at midnight, out by 4:00 AM.
Brick wall: A Leo is a magnificent creature, tall and proud, good looking and handsome. And a fixed obstacle in front of this Leo is a problem, a big problem. In fact, just such a deviation from the way things should be having this brick wall right in front of the Leo is terribly offensive to our fine specimen. So what does the Leo do? Ever watch the nature shows about the African Lions? It’s just like one of those guys: the male scares up the game, chases it into the clutches of the female. The male then comes in and helps himself to the best cut of meat, relaxes and preens his luxurious mane. Now, when our Leo hits the wall, he’s going to do something similar. He’s going to loudly call attention to the fact that there is an inconvenient obstacle in front of him, and some one had better get over RIGHT NOW, and do something about it. Of course, our Leo might never actually lift a paw to do anything about the wall, but that’s not his job. He just lets us know it was there, and it’s a problem that needs to be addressed right now.
Bait: Live Bait with a spinner — Nothing works better for catching a fixed fire sign fish than Live Bait. Worms, minnows, or even some traditional Japanese cuisine, I hope you get the idea. Live bait has an aura of adventure about it. It’s hard to get them little wigglers onto the hook, if you know what I mean. And that’s the only thing that will really ever catch a Leo’s attention, something that seems to be an adventure.
Body part : Upper back and heart.