One of the best (and most daring) ways to meet the person of your dreams is while at the beach. Physically, you know off the bat that what see is what you'll get -- but whether that their horoscope sign is compatible with yours is another story. Before you approach someone a killer bod, observe. Here's what to look for:
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
Signs ruled by planet Mars aren't known for being shy. So if they're wearing red -- and not much of it at that -- that's your first clue. The smallest smile will drop the hint -- don't worry about making your approach. Just start thinking about your opening line as soon as you make eye contact, because their introduction will come quick.
Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
First off, Bulls exude confidence, and maybe even cockiness once you know they know that you're attracted. If you're after a Taurus, level with them and be honest. Tell them you'd be a bit intimidated by their confidence if you weren't packing a good amount of your own.
Gemini (May 21 - June 20)
They'll be surrounded by friends and admirers. Play to the crowd and gain interest, even if it means making a complete fool of yourself. The object of your affection will eventually catch on and dismiss the rest of the crew.
Cancer (June 21 - July 22)
See all those kids, and that one person in the center who actually looks like they're having a good time? There's your Cancer. Figure out a way to keep the kids amused, and you're in. If you're not genuinely interested in children, move on. If you are, they'll know, and pretty soon you'll be leading the games together. Marco!
Leo (July 23 - Aug 22)
You'll notice a Lion by what they're wearing and how they're wearing it -- bold and bright. Go right up ahead and say hello, but remember, this sign is definitely not for those not up for a challenge -- or those of us living from paycheck to paycheck.
Virgo (Aug 23 - Sept 22)
First comes the umbrella, then comes the SPF and Handi-Wipes. Your Virgo's there for respite, so don't bother them until they look bored with their book or feeling brave enough to dip a toe into the water. Once you make your approach, be very casual, not sexual. Something that ends with an invitation to dinner would be best.