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Kung Hei Fat Choi

012906.jpgHappy Chinese New Year!
To be more specific, Happy Year of the Dog!
“Dogs are loyal, faithful and honest and always stick to their firm codes of ethics. However, this Sign has trouble trusting others….” [More]
Me? I’m a Tiger. *roar*
I don’t believe in astrology, but it’s fun to look up your birthday and read what it says about you & your character (esp. the nice things). Seems like I’m always fishing for compliments, one way or another. lol
What are you?

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4 Responses

  1. Kate says:

    I was born in year of the Snake and so was my Mommy, who is of partial Chinese ancestry. Snakes don’t have a very good reputation at all when it comes to their character, personality, fidelity, etc. Snakes are supposedly two-faced, deceitful, not faithful in marriage, and generally pretty mean. NOT ME AT ALL!! =O and not Mom either…
    Most of my mom’s siblings, especially my aunts believe in the Chinese zodiac, Chinese baby gender chart, and many of the Chinese New Year traditions, like the flowers, bowls of round fruit, noodles, red snapper, coins in the window sill, etc.

  2. brent says:

    roar! me too.
    tiger – Leader and risk taker, you act first and think later. But since yours is one of the luckiest signs, you usually escape unscathed. *Points of Pride: You have the courage to follow your convictions, and people admire this about you. * Weak Side: Since you’re governed by your heart, you can be hot-tempered and impulsive. *Love Match: Horse, Dragon or Dog.

  3. maricar says:

    Happy Chinese New Year! I’m a tiger too. 😉

  4. indigo says:

    bark, bark. I’m dog.
    the description sounds spot on, but it’s hard to imagine that everyone born in 1970 feels the same way. Maybe we each pick parts to identify with. Or maybe the people who are actually interested enough to read about DOG identify with more aspects.

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