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  1. #21
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    You canít complain, Susan, a horse is a lot better than being a b!tch.

    Sudden feeling of deja vu.

  2. #22

    Susan

    At least you aren't selfish, stubborn and eccentric like me

    Rhodalee
    Rhoda

    And there used to be a ballpark right here.

  3. #23
    We make quite a group.

    I'm an impatient, insensitive horse's behind who is going to have a really bad year.

    Hey, it says I get along best with tigers and dogs.

  4. #24
    Guest
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  5. #25
    <<Hey, it says I get along best with tigers and dogs.>>

    Well, Susan, I'm a dog, no wonder we are friends

    Rhodalee
    Rhoda

    And there used to be a ballpark right here.

  6. #26
    Hi Dean,

    Do the sentences Xin Nian Kuai Le and Gong Xi Fa Chai mean the same = Happy New Year or is there a difference between them?
    I am just looking for the right wish to send to my colleagues when they return to our branch office in China after their holiday next week.
    That's the way the cookie crumbles
    Yvonne

  7. #27
    Hello Yvonne,

    How are you? Yes, both phrases mean Happy New Year, but make sure after someone from the office tells you "Gong Xi Fa Chai" you ask "Hung Bao Na Lai". Which means, where is my hung bao (the little red envelope with money).

    Peace, Dean
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  8. #28
    Thank you, Dean, I'll try that.
    That's the way the cookie crumbles
    Yvonne

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Dean View Post
    There is too much to go into here for fear of boredom.
    Not a chance.

    /signed/a dragon
    Pack a small bag....

  10. #30

    Happy Chinese New Year

    A Fire Tiger here, and I have the Tattoo to prove it. Grrrrrr!
    Don't go through life. Grow through life.

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