字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Two Pisces in love — okay, this is kind of a funny one. Let me tell you about my cousin Jan — she's a surfer, and she's actually always reminded me of a mermaid for some reason — and her husband Walter, who's a fisherman. I mean, what could be more perfect? Pisces is a Water sign and it's the sign of two fish, so most Pisces are happiest if they can live near water. And Jenny and Walt, they pretty much live in the water. Of course, they do eat a lot of fish, so, I don't know — does that make them cannibals??? I'm not sure about that one... Probably best not to look too deeply into it! Also, Pisces is known as the sign of drugs, and don't tell my aunt and uncle, but I'm pretty sure they were on something at their wedding. I mean, oh my gosh — they were both just in la-la-land! Of course, that's the way Pisces is a lot of the time, no drugs required. This sign just lives in an alternate reality — a pretty, frilly, romantic, filmy, hazy reality of their own creation. So you can see why two Pisces in love would make a really incredible emotional connection, but as far as a long-term, day-to-day relationship goes — not so much, you know what I mean? I mean, someone has to pay the bills! Someone has to make sure the sweet little fishies in the aquarium get fed! Two Pisces together just aren't very practical, which makes the daily stresses of a long-term relationship pretty tough to manage. And this sign is all about escapism, so two Pisces together are a lot more likely to escape into whatever — hours of TV watching or lovemaking or, I don't know how Jenny and Walt spend their time, swimming? napping??? — just to avoid dealing with all the mundane, tedious stuff that a daily relationship is all about. Yeah, they're still together, but I honestly don't know how they make it work. There's huge, deep love between these two, but they really do have to work hard if they want to make it last in the real world.