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May this year be a good one!
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#2
Well, I hope so too. A bit worried after some fortune tellers appeared on the local newspaper and predicted all sorts of nasties. That, and the last two days was hell for me.

Happy Chinese New Year! (I know, things looked rosy on the English New Year as well before plunging. Lets hope that truly was the last time).
The Best Medicine > Magic. Because SCIENCE! can prove the former.
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Blackberry Bun Wrote:[Image: greeting-card-imlek.jpg]
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The image was kinda short-lived.
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And it's back!

Happy Chinese New Year everyone! Gather as many red packets as you can!

Tis the year of the Dragon! If you have old Dragon Tales plushies, take them out and display them prominently for luck!
The Best Medicine > Magic. Because SCIENCE! can prove the former.
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#7
I was born near the end of the Year of the Dragon! Here's hoping this will be a lucky year!
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Stella Grapes Wrote:I was born near the end of the Year of the Dragon! Here's hoping this will be a lucky year!
So I take it your age this year is divisible by 12 Tongue
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RAMChYLD Wrote:
Stella Grapes Wrote:I was born near the end of the Year of the Dragon! Here's hoping this will be a lucky year!
So I take it your age this year is divisible by 12 Tongue
Nope. I was born two weeks before Lunar New Year's Day on the year I was born. My babies were born just three days before this Lunar New Year's Day, so they'll be answering no to the same question...
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