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Title: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 08, 2007, 03:07:51 PM
http://www.tuvy.com/entertainment/chinese_horoscope.htm


i ws born  1976..so that makes me the fire dragon..


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: diamond on January 08, 2007, 04:58:15 PM
The Earth Tiger


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Fury on January 08, 2007, 04:59:55 PM
Fire Tiger. Ironically, some of what that says actually holds true.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Migs on January 08, 2007, 06:58:50 PM
wood rabbit


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Drij on January 08, 2007, 07:20:50 PM
OX


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Drij on January 08, 2007, 07:24:00 PM
The Earth Tiger

you're 9?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Lord Humungous on January 08, 2007, 07:24:31 PM
Rat   :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 08, 2007, 07:45:44 PM
http://www.tuvy.com/entertainment/chinese_horoscope.htm


i ws born  1976..so that makes me the fire dragon..

I am a water tiger (splash --- grrrrrrrrr)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 08, 2007, 08:17:16 PM
I am a water tiger (splash --- grrrrrrrrr)

i like a challange.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Jodi on January 08, 2007, 10:02:26 PM
I'm a water rat.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Laura Lee on January 09, 2007, 03:28:48 AM
Mike and I are both:

WATER RABBITS

Rabbit people love to play under the moonlight. Quite fanciful, they respond to the power and beauty of nature and are always being pulled one way and the other to examine what they find. They are the luckiest of all twelve signs! But, it's more a result of "the harder I work, the luckier I get" than taking crazy chances. They are cautious, conservative, bright, and have a good head for business. Supremely pleasant to have around, these affectionate, naturally shy peacemakers seldom ever lose their temper. They sometimes appear to be singing the blues because of a natural but short-lived tendency towards despondency. Rabbits always inspire deep admiration and trust.

Ginger Soup and Ginger Noodles are among the keys to good health!!
 
High on a mountain bluff, the Water Rabbit enjoys the immensity of solitude. Like typical Rabbits, the Water Rabbit is quiet, but don't let this fool you. Water Rabbits are always STRONG silent types. Beneath the passive reserve lies a smoldering ember ready to enjoy life to the fullest extent possible. In solitude there is peace, spirit, nature, strength, music, and a strong philosophical current that keeps anchor in the soul of Water Rabbit. The Neon and Glitter People truly admire the Water Rabbits for their individuality, not unlike that of the lone rugged cowboy seen against jagged mountain peaks. Water Rabbits make friends easily, but have a tendency to be too trusting. Gullibility is not a safe trait to have! Water Rabbits are happy to find creative outlets through their very fulfilling careers. Their determination to rise to the top makes them well regarded in their fields. When it comes to making money, it's "easy come, easy go" - money just slips through their fingers and Rabbits gasp with bewilderment, "Where did it go?" Time to find a good financial advisor. "Easy come, easy go" is also the mantra of their love lives. Falling in love too easily leads to heartbreak. Once they learn to hold back and find true love, they throw away romantic interludes for love everlasting.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Samourai Pizzacat on January 09, 2007, 03:40:20 AM
Earth horse, I knew it!


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: diamond on January 09, 2007, 03:49:21 AM
you're 9?

Oops....LMAO...

Fire Tiger!

In defence of my stupidity...mine is above the one I said first? And I read the info in the right one... :-\


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: GoneAway on January 09, 2007, 04:34:23 AM
Wood Rat.

Like most starsigns, some of it holds true, some not.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Samourai Pizzacat on January 09, 2007, 04:37:44 AM
Wood Rat.

Like most starsigns, some of it holds true, some not.

Yes that's why they always contain a lot of information, there's always something that makes you go 'Hey, that's true, incredible!'.
Besides, they contain lots of general statements, and refer to incidents that almost anyone will encounter in their life.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Parker on January 09, 2007, 04:46:13 AM
Fire Snake, and to top it off, I have always had an affinity towards snakes. When I was younger I had snake books galore. Favorite was the black Mamba (cause it is the fastest snake).

And I ways like warm fires in the fireplace..there is nothing like going to sleep as a child near a hearth. 


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Playboy on January 09, 2007, 05:03:17 AM
http://www.tuvy.com/entertainment/chinese_horoscope.htm


i ws born  1976..so that makes me the fire dragon..
I was born in 1974 and that makes me a tiger....Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr rr!!!

PB


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 08:47:28 AM
Mike and I are both:

WATER RABBITS



from the description yall seem like the kinda folks that one would go on holiday with...

chilled..relaxed..and having that effect on others..


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 08:48:32 AM
. Favorite was the black Mamba (cause it is the fastest snake).



if i'm right..the black mamba has no anti venom yet...


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 08:57:34 AM
http://www.chinavoc.com/zodiac/dragon/person.asp

some of this is uncomfortably true..


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: proschic on January 09, 2007, 09:41:28 AM
i'm a freakin "water dog"!!!  while i fit the description to a "T"...couldn't they come up with a better name!  I wanna be a tiger or a linx or something cool!!  >:(

Bob is a "wood snake"  hahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 10:11:14 AM
I'm a monkey, which is funny.

I never meet any dragons or rats or dogs in real life and they are my compatible signs.


I've been doing this chinese horrorscope thing for years and years.  It almost makes sense that the people born in the same year as you (or every 12 years) are compatible. 
All the reading does read right.

My perfect man is a Scorpio Dragon.


ying/yang
bling


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 10:11:47 AM


Bob is a "wood snake"  hahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!

sharks r an endangered species..

soo no shark fin soup though  >:(


besides..when i ws young..i had it once in paki...its fucking disgusting..tastes like yak sperm...bleh.. >:(


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 10:25:26 AM
i'm a freakin "water dog"!!!  while i fit the description to a "T"...couldn't they come up with a better name!  I wanna be a tiger or a linx or something cool!!  >:(

Bob is a "wood snake"  hahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!


I didn't like being a monkey till I read about it.

I'll find the book shortly and quote some bits.



Tigers are another of the better chinese signs, but the one I (since it's completely opposite to me) must stay away from.  Although I can get along with them just fine.

Provided you are not Scorpio in the Western signs?

blingthing
yingyang


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 10:28:08 AM
I cannot be the only monkey?

Come on, monkeys, out yourselves!







blingblagthug


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 10:33:02 AM
hey i'm a cancer and a fire dragon..

what does that say?

spill it munkey! >:(


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 10:34:33 AM
http://www.tuvy.com/entertainment/chinese_horoscope.htm


i ws born  1976..so that makes me the fire dragon..


Toxi, are you Scorpio too?  That explains everything !!





blingfunnything


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 10:36:10 AM
hey i'm a cancer and a fire dragon..

what does that say?

spill it munkey! >:(


cancer is good, they have great chests and hearts.




Hey, Mr Toxic Avenger, I wouldn't do this for anyone else, but I've been silently admiring your posts for some time, waiting till I had something to say.

Here's the "When the Sun sign meets the Moon Sign" version
(the book on Western and Eastern):

Cancerian Dragon

Sensitive charm and dignity are joined.  The Cancerian Dragon will not be as militant as other Dragons but will have the quiet and regal bearing of authority.  The Dragon is idealistic whereas the Crab is deep and searching.  Impressions made upon this type of person will be slow but infinitely more permanent.  With the moon's cool disposition, this Dragon could be a less keyed-up performer.  He will have strength and acquisitive instincts.  Life with him could be pleasurable as he is responsive and tolerant.


Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes, east meets west, Theodora Lau




xthingblinging


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 10:37:39 AM

, they have great chests and hearts.





heart disease runs in my family.

and my chest sucks..thanx to my weak wrists

bad munky  >:(


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 10:51:07 AM
heart disease runs in my family.

and my chest sucks..thanx to my weak wrists

bad munky  >:(


you'll be okay, everything will work out fine, i promise.





wingingitblingthingingit

you'll be okay because you are cancerian and therefore your heart and chest will be okay.
you are not going to die of weak wrists are you?  just what have you been up to?

Here's a hitting it pic.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 11:32:09 AM
i'm a bit jealous, well not really but almost

i'm pisces and my best body feature is supposedly my fucking feet.  (All signs have best body parts, Scorpio is the middle bit, Cancer is the chest and heart and Pisces is the fucking feet.


If you want me to type out the east meets west variation of your star sign, say so.

Tigers beware
and Snakes!


PiscesMonkey(me)
cool as a cucumber.  delicate as the scent of lavender and as intricate as a maze, the innocent-looking PiscesMonkey will be the perfect middleman or woman - benefitting from all the buyers and sellers in the world with unparalleled ease.  the Monkey is naturally charming and Pisces is never outdone when it comes to casting mystic spells.



bliminblinging


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 11:34:52 AM

  just what have you been up to?



do i know ya?


kimmy?
michelle?

...umm colleen?

spill it  >:(


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 09, 2007, 11:37:51 AM
xxxLinda?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 11:40:20 AM
xxxLinda?


takes a woman to know one - and in only 6 sane posts

Deedee, what chinese sign are you, just outta curiosity?  I love this mystical.  Everything makes sense most of the time.


xblingwringling


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 11:46:12 AM

takes a woman to know one.  but no, you're wrong (ish

Deedee, what chinese sign are you, just outta curiosity?  I love this shit.


xblingwringling

pookie? (from junoon.com)
Amy (from my local bar??)
ummm

Jimmy?..jimmy ya cu nt if its you no matter how much ya pretend to be a girl..i wont let ya suckle me..k.. >:(


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 09, 2007, 11:46:58 AM
Tiger/Pisces

THE BLITHEST SPIRIT

This plucky Pisces character spends a large chunk of his energy and time trying to achieve closer rapport with himself. Pisces born in Tiger years often feel confined by their spunky feline side and sometimes wish to shake the Tiger off their backs. Pisces likes to swim in limitless time and move through infinite space. Constraints are of no interest to the Fish. He longs to be free to float unbound. His goal is spiritual enlightenment and personal equilibrium. He is moreover, a very hard worker. Luck is with this Tiger because of his ability to adapt to whatever circumstance is available to him. Besides, people like him instantly. He's open and up front about what he wants and is not afraid to go after it. AND... he or she is crack-me-up funny. In love he may be a tad flighty while still young. But after thirty, he or she usually settles down and can be monogamous. A delicious sex partner is this character. He's caring and tender and he is moreover a laugh riot. You will be giggling all the way to the climax of this...




Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 11:49:45 AM
pookie? (from junoon.com)
Amy (from my local bar??)
ummm

Jimmy?..jimmy ya cu nt if its you no matter how much ya pretend to be a girl..i wont let ya suckle me..k.. >:(


I thought amy was flower, or ron's daughter or some other kind of nepotismically involved individual.  I was going to attempt to find Peggy's star sign, but she's gone.  Wish I'd met her.


tox, who are Kimmy and Colleen?





xblimey


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 11:57:47 AM

I thought amy was flower, or ron's daughter or some other kind of nepotismically involved individual.  I was going to attempt to find Peggy's star sign, but she's gone.  Wish I'd met her.


tox, who are Kimmy and Colleen?





xblimey

i know more than 1 amy...

and i aint answering jack shit till ya tell me who you r...


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 12:00:05 PM
Tiger/Pisces

THE BLITHEST SPIRIT

This plucky Pisces character spends a large chunk of his energy and time trying to achieve closer rapport with himself. Pisces born in Tiger years often feel confined by their spunky feline side and sometimes wish to shake the Tiger off their backs. Pisces likes to swim in limitless time and move through infinite space. Constraints are of no interest to the Fish. He longs to be free to float unbound. His goal is spiritual enlightenment and personal equilibrium. He is moreover, a very hard worker. Luck is with this Tiger because of his ability to adapt to whatever circumstance is available to him. Besides, people like him instantly. He's open and up qfront about what he wants and is not afraid to go after it. AND... he or she is crack-me-up funny. In love he may be a tad flighty while still young. But after thirty, he or she usually settles down and can be monogamous. A delicious sex partner is this character. He's caring and tender and he is moreover a laugh riot. You will be giggling all the way to the climax of this...




wow, well that makes so much sense.  you're tiger deedee
(my i shouldn't go anywhere near sign)

PiscesTiger :  the serene pisces could do wonders for the dramatic tiger personality here.  Genteel, but not pliable, the tiger will exhibit a calm inner nature and her liveliness will be reduced to a sparkling yet poetic level.  the piscean tiger shields her claws and uses human psychology effectively to gain her objectives.  The fish is active and assertive, while the tiger relaxes and finds less conflict in life.  But then, it's never safe to assume that the big Cat will ever allow herself to be put down too often.  The Pisces Tiger may purr more than she roars, but nonetheless, she does roar.


quote from:   theodora lau 1990



xxx


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 12:01:20 PM
i know more than 1 amy...

and i aint answering jack shit till ya tell me who you r...


deedee knows
x

im blingingswingingthingy
plus you haven't read your thread, else you'd know too.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 12:17:30 PM
i'm pisces monkey, which is extremely rare.   There's about 3 of them I can find, one is Liz Taylor.

The other (you can do this astrology stuff with buildings and events too), was 1776, American Independence.



have a great night with amy and colleen et al., ok tox?





xxx


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 09, 2007, 12:20:58 PM
I'm a wood ox.  >:(


I'm sorry but that sounds lame. I wanna be "stampeding buffalo", or "raging bull" or "titanium minotaur".


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 12:26:35 PM
I'm a wood ox.  >:(


I'm sorry but that sounds lame. I wanna be "stampeding buffalo", or "raging bull" or "titanium minotaur".

yes, but, faust (sell your soul?

ox is the most steadfast, edifying, trustworthy.  and one of the sanest signs.

One of the best, honest


xxx
I said I hated it when I found out I was a monkey, none of the chinese signs sound particularly flattering at first.  But Oxxx/boar is brilliant.

did you wanna be a tiger or a rabbit?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 09, 2007, 12:29:36 PM
yes, but, faust (sell your soul?

ox is the most steadfast, edifying, trustworthy.  and one of the sanest signs.

One of the best, honest


xxx
I said I hated it when I found out I was a monkey, none of the chinese signs sound particularly flattering at first.  Oxxx/boar is brilliant.
I don't associate myself with anything that's castrated.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 12:32:24 PM
if you're still there, faust, I'll sell you this astro crap:

what western sign are you?

tell me and I'll type in the paragraph from the western/eastern book and then you tell me if it's not spot on?


depending on what kind of mood you're in?




xbangingtin


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 09, 2007, 12:36:24 PM
I'm a wood ox.  >:(


I'm sorry but that sounds lame. I wanna be "stampeding buffalo", or "raging bull" or "titanium minotaur".

Are you sure about that?  If so, you are either very old and wise, or barely out of diapers.  :D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 12:41:37 PM
If I may, I'll tell you something I thought was really odd at the time.  Perhaps I did it at the wrong time.  I researched all of this lot (the chinese horoscopes) many years ago.  I looked up my father and it said "leave the childrearing and upbringing to the other parent" or something like that. Which he was good at, which was fine.  I think he was Rabbit/Virgo, I've since forgotten, or tried to forget, but will obviously look it up again.

I looked up my mother and she was something completely incompatible with Rabbit (and a Gemini).  Hers said don't even bother trying to be a parent.


I gave up 10 years ago because some signs said horrid things.  But I've dipped in and out since to see what the people I meet are.

with love
thing


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 09, 2007, 12:51:52 PM
It's really only supposed to be taken in the spirit of fun. Obviously, each person is unique, and personality is a product of many influences.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:00:09 PM
the spirit of fun. Obviously, each person is unique

and the product of environment, etc.

Don't want to sound negative, as I really believe in all this horrorscope stuff (It works for me), but star signs and so forth and reading them are for people who live in big cities, work all day and have very little time (like 5 minutes), to do any spiritual searching.

Reading the stars is like breakfast.  And we do a takeaway lunch and go out for dinner.


We should all read far more far-ranging spiritual stuff.
x
horoscopes are as far spiritually as the masses get.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 09, 2007, 01:01:20 PM
Are you sure about that?  If so, you are either very old and wise, or barely out of diapers.  :D
?

I can't follow?

Maybe i'm old and they just switched my diapers?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:04:32 PM
?

I can't follow?

Maybe i'm old and they just switched my diapers?

give us your western sign and your eastern sign and we'll tell all...


soulman?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 09, 2007, 01:09:12 PM
?

I can't follow?

Maybe i'm old and they just switched my diapers?

You're right... looks like there was a typo as the "pig" sign was also labeled "ox."  I read the wrong one.  Looked like you were either 12 or 70-something.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 09, 2007, 01:13:17 PM
give us your western sign and your eastern sign and we'll tell all...


soulman?
Alright "Linda".
I'm a cancer and a wooden ox.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:14:53 PM
the ox = faust (soulman)

This one will not be a crybaby.  He is unusually tough and can endure hardship.  A rugged individualist, he tends to begin speaking late and would rather settle arguments with his fists. 

Stubborn and unyielding, he can turn the house upside down...



do you want me to keep quoting?  it has a lovely ending.


xxx
blingingthingingit


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:16:50 PM
You're right... looks like there was a typo as the "pig" sign was also labeled "ox."  I read the wrong one.  Looked like you were either 12 or 70-something.


deedee, i can't do that one in my head either, you have to look it up.  the pig is the boar and the ox is the something else.  it's another language.


xxx


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 09, 2007, 01:18:10 PM
the ox = faust (soulman)

This one will not be a crybaby.  He is unusually tough and can endure hardship.  A rugged individualist, he tends to begin speaking late and would rather settle arguments with his fists. 

Stubborn and unyielding, he can turn the house upside down...



do you want me to keep quoting?  it has a lovely ending.


xxx
blingingthingingit
Please do...

I'm begging you


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:22:54 PM
Cancer Ox (and a close friend of mine is the same, that's 1-144 chance)

A person born with this combination will not be half as amiable as he looks.  But he will be thoughtful and considerate in spite of behaving like a motherly dictator at times.  The Cancerian Ox is not a sacrificial goat and will cause a furor if his rights are trampled on.  Here the buffalo will not allow the crab to become too affected by his emotions, while the Cancerian influence on the Ox will definitely diminish some of that regimental grit.  This person may turn out to be a very good listener who will be firm and understanding at the same time.


quoted from Theodora Lau.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:26:34 PM
he doesn't listen, he never says please or thankyou, he's the ex-friend who crashed my computer and didn't even call me back since (that was before xmas) to see how i was doing

(and i had to have another friend spend 2 days upbooting it and i lost tons of stuff. 



i haven't figured him out yet, i guess it's an ego thing.  his name is Dean and he's a CancerOX



what would you do in the same situation, faust?

would you call to see if my computer is okay and/or if i am, or would you just go fuck off,
never call me again because I think you're an idiot and you cannot prove me wrong and just ask everyone on the street and all my neighbours and friends about me?  (like knowing I'm okay but not showing it...   This is a hypothetical question which I can only ask to 1 in 144 people, so I'm asking you because I'm still upset with my old mate Dean.

x


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 01:34:38 PM
http://www.suzannewhite.com/newastrology/CancerDragon.shtml

The Fire Dragon is a powerful force to be reckoned with. This is a Dragon doubled! The Fire Dragon can move from calm and collected to combustible in a matter of seconds. In some ways the Fire Dragon is his or her own worst enemy. These Dragons cannot help feeling they are valuable and all-knowing. When they are right their vehemence and vigor is an asset to the cause, and though they value objectivity, they do not always employ the best decision-making measures, and sometimes jump to the wrong conclusion. They also suffer from recklessness and quick tempers. Yet, when they do keep their temper, emotions, and rivaling spirit under control, they emanate a commanding influence on other people.




;D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 01:39:29 PM
http://www.chinavoc.com/zodiac/dragon/person.asp

some of this is uncomfortably true..

I just read my tiger bit and it is very uncomfortably true, I am also a Sagitarian with all my rising signs etc being fire.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:41:13 PM
http://www.suzannewhite.com/newastrology/CancerDragon.shtml
they do not always employ the best decision-making measures, and sometimes jump to the wrong conclusion. They also suffer from recklessness and quick tempers. [/i]



;D


you believe all this shit you read?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:47:50 PM
forbidden:
sagittarian tiger
this person is extremely alert and her vigilant reactions are likely to be accurate.  an upright, energetic and expressive being, the ST has few inhibitions.  she loves to dispense with formalities and nothing deters her from getting to the heart of the matter once her curiosity is aroused.  fiery wit and colourful manners will typify a personality born with this combination.  She could be didactic and moralizing, but she has too much intelligence and elegance ever to be really coarse.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 01:53:50 PM
forbidden:
sagittarian tiger
this person is extremely alert and her vigilant reactions are likely to be accurate.  an upright, energetic and expressive being, the ST has few inhibitions.  she loves to dispense with formalities and nothing deters her from getting to the heart of the matter once her curiosity is aroused.  fiery wit and colourful manners will typify a personality born with this combination.  She could be didactic and moralizing, but she has too much intelligence and elegance ever to be really coarse.

thanks for doing that for me that is really nice!! where did you get all that information from?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 01:59:44 PM
it's only a small book i've had for like 15 years (I have other bigger books if you'd like me to look up more)...

It's Theodora Lau.



Is that little tiny paragaph you?
xblingthingy


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 02:02:50 PM
forbidden:
sagittarian tiger
this person is extremely alert and her vigilant reactions are likely to be accurate.  an upright, energetic and expressive being, the ST has few inhibitions.  she loves to dispense with formalities and nothing deters her from getting to the heart of the matter once her curiosity is aroused.  fiery wit and colourful manners will typify a personality born with this combination.  She could be didactic and moralizing, but she has too much intelligence and elegance ever to be really coarse.

me likey!


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 02:08:25 PM
it's only a small book i've had for like 15 years (I have other bigger books if you'd like me to look up more)...

It's Theodora Lau.



Is that little tiny paragaph you?
xblingthingy

very me almost to the letter!!!  yes post me some more I love this type of stuff!!


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 02:08:46 PM
ok, and after you look yourself up and all your mates and your parents and siblings, you go "google" (joking there, you look in the stars, for the best partner.

My book is out of date.
Monkey doesn't get along with Tiger, so it says
but you know what, they don't talk about males and females and I think that makes more difference than your star sign.




bthings


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 02:09:27 PM
me likey!

you just love everything about me dont you my little cherrub!!!  I must admit though it is very much me!


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 02:11:06 PM
you just love everything about me dont you my little cherrub!!!  


yessum..i do!  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 02:17:23 PM

yessum..i do!  :)

Kiss Kiss hug hug!!!  I have to go soon I have two clients on their way to meet with me!  One is a girl getting ready for a comp soon (In april) and the other is an older lady just divorced and wants to get her body back into shape so she can "lure another male into her web" her words not mine ha ha!!  She is really funny and a really lovely lady.  Most of our sessions are about sorting her out mentally, but she never complains about anything I ask her to do.  She is actually getting in pretty good shape.  She talks all the way through the session and before she knows it shes finished.  I make sure I have another client straight after her otherwise she has me talking for another hour or so ha ha!!  She is cute!!  The other girl is in awesome shape, going into her first comp, used to be a runner and totally depleted when she first came to me.  Now she has nice muscle and full she is looking so much healthier and absolutely loves the way she is looking.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 02:20:38 PM
yep, this is the year of the Dog and next year
(chinese NY, around the end of Jan or mid-feb),
near my birthday, is the Year of the Boar
(we'll need to clarify whether that's the Ox or the Pig,
but it's people born in the years 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, not in early January
>>>but after Chinese NY in Jan/Feb...



Forbidden:  How the Tiger (1962, 1974, 1986) fares in the year of the Boar...
the tiger will have to curb her free-spending ways this year as the prosperity that comes in the beginning of the year will not last long.  She must be on guard against high-risk investments and new associates.

sorry, I'm just quoting my book. 
My year looks fab, but it always does because I'm not wood.
i'm okay, i'm a watery airy dreamy pisces.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 02:33:27 PM
Kiss Kiss hug hug!!!  I have to go soon I have two clients on their way to meet with me!  One is a girl getting ready for a comp soon (In april) and the other is an older lady just divorced and wants to get her body back into shape so she can "lure another male into her web" her words not mine ha ha!!  She is really funny and a really lovely lady.  Most of our sessions are about sorting her out mentally, but she never complains about anything I ask her to do.  She is actually getting in pretty good shape.  She talks all the way through the session and before she knows it shes finished.  I make sure I have another client straight after her otherwise she has me talking for another hour or so ha ha!!  She is cute!!  The other girl is in awesome shape, going into her first comp, used to be a runner and totally depleted when she first came to me.  Now she has nice muscle and full she is looking so much healthier and absolutely loves the way she is looking.


You go hon!  ;-)

i used to personal train eons ago..i cant handle it...i get annoyed at random people wayy to easy..

Mr fratboy bber " so can i eat pancakes"?
me  " no champ"
Mr fratboy bber  " not even 1"
me " no champ
Mr fratboy bber  " well how about fruit juices..i heard the are full of vitamins"
me " too many simple suigars ..soo no champ"
Mr fratboy bber  " so what can i eat"
me " i already made you a list"
Mr fratboy bber  " but i wont be competing for another 4 months"
me <thinking>  " i wanna kill myself"


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 02:45:26 PM
You're hilarious, Mr Tox.

Here's yours :

How the Dragon fares in the year of the Boar:
.
A good year as things go back to normal for the Dragon and luck shines through the clouds that hovered over him during the reign of the Dog.  He could still have mixed results at work or financially but there are few major problems.  He will have to travel or entertain a lot but no troubles are forseen in his family life.


sounds nice.  bet you can't wait till (chinese) new year !!


mine's better

ps:  The Dragon

1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000

People born in the Year of the Dragon are healthy, energetic, excitable, short-tempered, and stubborn. They are also honest, sensitive, brave, and they inspire confidence and trust. Dragon people are the most eccentric of any in the eastern zodiac. They neither borrow money nor make flowery speeches, but they tend to be soft-hearted which sometimes gives others an advantage over them. They are compatible with Rats, Snakes, Monkeys, and Roosters.





Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 05:43:33 PM
i'm actually getting a small dragon tattoo on my right shoulder blade come summer...


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 05:51:08 PM
i'm actually getting a small dragon tattoo on my right shoulder blade come summer...



actually getting, I just love that phrase.

...but you should consider doing it on your chest since you're Cancerian.
unless of course, you just wanna show off your right shouldery bits.


sounds like your first tat.
if so, don't do it ! ! !


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 05:53:53 PM
it is gonna be my first and ONLY tat...

chest..cause i'm a cancer...hmmm..good thought...to keep in mind..


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 05:58:37 PM
Earth Rooster Capricorn     :P

flower:
rooster capricorn...

A person born with this combination excels in thoroughness, efficiency and a total lack of pretence.  Neither sign in this match is known for malleability, so the Capricorn Rooster will resist all attempts to remake her.  However, the Rooster is less flamboyant here and perhaps more tight-lipped, though still given to exercising her rhetoric without much forewarning.  Rarely ruffled, this person will be a neat and exact creature who abides no nonsense or any deviation from the law.



wow.
"the handbook of chinese horoscopes"  theodora lau



Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 06:03:15 PM
it is gonna be my first and ONLY tat...



don't do it, i repeat, don't do it, don't bother, it'll hurt like hell and you'll regret it later.  Don't get any piercings either.

just get some crayons and do it on your desktop instead.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 06:06:47 PM
I definately ain't neat  ::) but I do resist remaking. 


   I don't have  pretence  8), but I like breaking the law.   8)


but you're so completely neat on this thread/board/forum mod?

xxx


reads right to me...


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 09, 2007, 06:13:05 PM
flower, rooster:


People born under the year of the Rooster tend to hide their conservative natures via a display of aggression and self-confidence, however they are very "dignified".  Roosters come in two types: those that are very somber and those that are very communicative.  They love to be the focus of attention, showing scant regard for the feelings of others and as a result they are often susceptible to flattery and sycophancy.  Other personality traits include: vigilance, decisiveness, straightforwardness and accuracy.  They have a love of debate and dispute, but can also be very critical and forthright.  Roosters tend not to be very creative or adaptable, but still like to be noticed and especially to be given awards.  However they are excellent with money and are great purists to the degree that they will not allow for human weaknesses.  Their minds work along scientific lines and generally they are genuine and "well meaning".




The Rooster is the strutting peacock of the Chinese Zodiac! These quick thinkers are practical and resourceful, preferring to stick to what is tried and true rather than taking messy, unnecessary risks. Roosters are keenly observant. It's hard to slip anything past a Rooster, since they seem to have eyes in the backs of their heads! This quality can lead others to think the Rooster is psychic, but that's not generally the case; instead, this Sign enjoys a keen attention to detail that makes it a whiz at anything requiring close analysis. Roosters make great lawyers, brain surgeons and accountants, to name a few of this Sign's possible occupations. Above all else, the Rooster is very straightforward and rewards others' honesty in kind.

Roosters aren't shifty or cagey and have no interest in hiding behind a facade. They are the proverbial open book, telling the truth and keeping their word. If you show your hand, the Rooster will respect you for it. This kind of trusting behavior can tempt tricksters to pull a fast one on the Rooster, but that would be a bad move! Remember, this Sign doesn't indulge in flights of fancy and keeps those eyes wide open at all times.

Roosters tend to be perfectionists and expect to be in control, especially over their appearance. Primping and posing for the Rooster can go on forever! Being noticed and admired is an aphrodisiac for Roosters, and they can go a long time on a few kind words. Roosters also adore being out on the town, especially if they're in the company of adoring friends. The Rooster will also be the best-dressed one of the bunch -- style counts with this Sign, regardless of the cost.

Roosters also expect to be in control of their surroundings, including whoever happens to be in those surroundings. Roosters keep an impeccably neat house and expect their lovers, housemates and family members to maintain the same high standards of dress and conduct as they do. This can cause problems with other, more relaxed types who just want to be accepted as is. The Rooster needs the right partner, one who understands this Sign's basically conservative nature. With the right person, the Rooster can be the most loyal, trusting and supportive mate around, one who bends over backward to please its loved ones. Some Signs may just end up feeling hen-pecked, however.

Roosters need to learn to value their heart and soul as much as their good looks. Their excellent people skills and sharp minds are qualities that others will appreciate as much as a pretty face. This Sign would also do well to learn to adopt the philosophy of "live and let live"; perhaps an appeal to the Rooster's logic -- that it's inefficient to waste time nagging others -- will help this Sign learn to let others be whomever and however they are.

The most compatible match for a Rooster is the Ox or the Snake.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 06:27:18 PM
i'm actually getting a small dragon tattoo on my right shoulder blade come summer...

can you also get an angel with BOOBIES


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 06:40:25 PM
can you also get an angel with BOOBIES


<smile>...action...reaction....

..certain <ahem> conditions would have to be met...  ;)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 07:31:05 PM

<smile>...action...reaction....

..certain <ahem> conditions would have to be met...  ;)

do tell what conditions would they be??


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 08:07:02 PM
do tell what conditions would they be??

me lady....matters of such importance cannot occur decisions in haste!  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 10:09:19 PM
me lady....matters of such importance cannot occur decisions in haste!  :)

Oh how you baffel me with your words of desire!!


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 09, 2007, 10:40:05 PM
You're right... looks like there was a typo as the "pig" sign was also labeled "ox."  I read the wrong one.  Looked like you were either 12 or 70-something.
So, you're checking me out hu?
 ;)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 11:04:43 PM
Oh how you baffel

that is not my aim my darling..with my feelings i'm only utilitarian..a peasant so to say...anything else would be conniving and sly on my part..and to my pride that is not acceptable..


my aim is simply to court you...

that is all...



Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 11:21:32 PM
that is not my aim my darling..with my feelings i'm only utilitarian..a peasant so to say...anything else would be conniving and sly on my part..and to my pride that is not acceptable..


my aim is simply to court you...

that is all...

blushing: giggle giggle hand over my mouth and eyes downcast!!




Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 09, 2007, 11:30:54 PM
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and eyes downcast!!

there is more beauty in that simple gesture..than all the naked female bodies in the world. ...it makes a man want to conquer the world for her...a makes a man wanna be a man...





my fav paki bands once wrote about this...ya wont understand  :) buut here it still is

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNi1OkVpJzs


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 09, 2007, 11:50:32 PM
there is more beauty in that simple gesture..than all the naked female bodies in the world. ...it makes a man want to conquer the world for her...a makes a man wanna be a man...





my fav paki bands once wrote about this...ya wont understand  :) buut here it still is

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNi1OkVpJzs

I like men that are men and arent afraid to be men if you know what I mean??


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 10, 2007, 06:36:59 AM
So, you're checking me out hu?
 ;)

You caught me.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: GoneAway on January 10, 2007, 07:17:55 AM
I like men that are men and arent afraid to be men if you know what I mean??

LOL I don't (not that you were talking to me) but could you fill me in?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 10, 2007, 09:22:42 AM
You caught me.  :)

You think a tiger is compatible with an ox?

ps: You'll always be a pussycat to me.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 10, 2007, 09:38:12 AM
I like men that are men and arent afraid to be men if you know what I mean??

i know exactly what ya mean...

i believe in..be yourself..and let the cards fall where they may! :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 10, 2007, 09:47:47 AM
I'm a Cancer/Dragon like Toxie.

 :o  The really skeery part about this is... Jimmy as a Pisces Monkey is my perfect match! {lol}


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 10, 2007, 10:04:09 AM
I'm a Cancer/Dragon like Toxie.

 :o  The really skeery part about this is... Jimmy as a Pisces Monkey is my perfect match! {lol}

does this mean i gotta marry jimmy  >:(


ok fine..but i get to be the guy..! >:(




in all seriousness..i ws wondering if there ws another cancer dragon around....what kinda dragon.?..<click link in first post on this thread>


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 10, 2007, 10:14:45 AM
 :o Oh no, I'm not revealing the element, ...'cept to say I'm either a Fire, Water, Wood, Earth, or Metal Dragon.  ;)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 10, 2007, 10:15:47 AM
You think a tiger is compatible with an ox?

ps: You'll always be a pussycat to me.  :)

Here's you and me Faustus... a train wreck... but what a trip!  :)

TIGER and the OX
Turbulent. The Ox and the Tiger's vastly different approaches to life make this a difficult match. Surprisingly, sometimes their very differences can make these couples spectacular lovers. Their overall compatibility rating is 40%.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 10, 2007, 10:20:28 AM
:o Oh no, I'm not revealing the element, ...'cept to say I'm either a Fire, Water, Wood, Air, or Metal Dragon.  ;)

lol..ok fair enough..

i'm a fire dragon...



Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 10, 2007, 10:34:56 AM
Here's you and me Faustus... a train wreck... but what a trip!  :)

TIGER and the OX
bla bla bla...spectacular lovers ...bla bla bla...
Interesting.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: bling thing on January 10, 2007, 11:32:16 AM
You think a tiger is compatible with an ox?


Tiger v Ox:

"serious clashes and rivalry.  Mutual confilict and misunderstandings.  Cannot settle their differences peacefully.  Highly incompatible."

same book, Theodora Lau, East v West, Chinese Horrorscopes, 1990



...not quite sure whether that means spectacular sex or not?
I wouldn't go for it








Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 10, 2007, 04:24:42 PM
Interesting.  :)


Bling thing definitely doesn't think so! Maybe we'd have better luck if we have our palms read.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: az on January 10, 2007, 09:13:50 PM
monkey


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 10, 2007, 10:16:32 PM
LOL I don't (not that you were talking to me) but could you fill me in?

Ok here goes I will try but I am not good at explaining myself sometimes:

I like men that are men:  The guys that are a little rough around the edges (rough diamonds)

and arent afraid to be men:  meaning that if they are sad they can cry, they dont have to put on a show for me just be themselves and if they are honest they have won my heart.  They arent scared to protect their lady and they will defend her.  They will stare danger in the eye to protect her.  Not run away with their tail between their legs.  When I say that I dont mean stand there and get shot.  I guess I mean a man that will protect my honour.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 10, 2007, 10:50:56 PM
  When I say that I dont mean stand there and get shot. 

sometimes..a guy will do just that...


...sometimes its just his nature to do just that...backing down aint an option...

..a good woman will have the ability to make him swallow his pride and walk away sometimes...


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 10, 2007, 10:59:24 PM
sometimes..a guy will do just that...


...sometimes its just his nature to do just that...backing down aint an option...

..a good woman will have the ability to make him swallow his pride and walk away sometimes...

true  ;)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 10, 2007, 11:29:41 PM
true  ;)

most humans with vaginas qualify as females to me...and THATS IT


a VERY select few qualify as women..  8)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: GoneAway on January 11, 2007, 01:10:51 AM
Thanks Forbidden.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 11, 2007, 02:41:31 AM
Bling thing definitely doesn't think so! Maybe we'd have better luck if we have our palms read.  :)

Yes, it's a bit risky to go any further if we don't have the approval of Bling thing. I was thinking we could have our feet read.

http://www.footreading.com/

Saw this on tv the other day and i'm curious about my creativity toe. I hope we have compatible feet...


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 11, 2007, 04:08:10 AM
Ok here goes I will try but I am not good at explaining myself sometimes:

I like men that are men:  The guys that are a little rough around the edges (rough diamonds)

and arent afraid to be men:  meaning that if they are sad they can cry, they dont have to put on a show for me just be themselves and if they are honest they have won my heart.  They arent scared to protect their lady and they will defend her.  They will stare danger in the eye to protect her.  Not run away with their tail between their legs.  When I say that I dont mean stand there and get shot.  I guess I mean a man that will protect my honour.

{swoon}  Where do I find one of those?  :P    I wanna tuck my balls away.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Forbidden on January 11, 2007, 12:58:51 PM
{swoon}  Where do I find one of those?  :P    I wanna tuck my balls away.

seek with your heart and not your head and you will find


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 11, 2007, 03:19:29 PM
Yes, it's a bit risky to go any further if we don't have the approval of Bling thing. I was thinking we could have our feet read.

http://www.footreading.com/

Saw this on tv the other day and i'm curious about my creativity toe. I hope we have compatible feet...

Lol Faust! I looked at the site but couldn't find the creativity toe. Which one is it? I'm curious now. Is it the baby toe? :P

As far as his and her foot compatibility go, I think for starters his should be bigger. A lot bigger.  Don't you think?  ;D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 12, 2007, 02:34:36 AM
Lol Faust! I looked at the site but couldn't find the creativity toe. Which one is it? I'm curious now. Is it the baby toe? :P
It was on the tv show, i think it was the middle one. I didn't even look at that site, but now i took a better look and it looks like she's in love with his feet.
(http://www.footreading.com/images/jane_pic1.jpg)

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As far as his and her foot compatibility go, I think for starters his should be bigger. A lot bigger.  Don't you think?  ;D
Never had any complaints about my... uh... foot-size.
 :)

ps: I hope you don't have giant-sized feet.  :P


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 12, 2007, 10:38:13 AM
It was on the tv show, i think it was the middle one. I didn't even look at that site, but now i took a better look and it looks like she's in love with his feet.
(http://www.footreading.com/images/jane_pic1.jpg)
Never had any complaints about my... uh... foot-size.
 :)

ps: I hope you don't have giant-sized feet.  :P

Yes, I noticed she was very entranced with his feet as well. I did some checking myself, and apparently the left middle toe is the creativity toe. It's all very fascinating.  This might be something for our esoteric/metaphysical thread.  :o

btw... LOL, I wasn't referring to the correlation between foot size and other attributes.  I was strictly speaking of feet. I know several very tall women who have enormo feet as compared to their men.

But since you went there, I guess if women are happy with your foot-size, that's a very good thing.

And I don't have giganto feet.  Mine are little schtumpies... wear a 36 - 36 1/2 shoe.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 12, 2007, 11:21:34 AM
Yes, I noticed she was very entranced with his feet as well.
You think she's about to kiss them?

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btw... LOL, I wasn't referring to the correlation between foot size and other attributes.  I was strictly speaking of feet.
Sure honey, i believe ya.  ;)

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But since you went there, I guess if women are happy with your foot-size, that's a very good thing.
I'm not focussed on my foot-size. Spectacular loving requires a broad approach.
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And I don't have giganto feet.  Mine are little schtumpies... wear a 36 - 36 1/2 shoe.  :)
Good.

Not that i'm a foot-fetishist or something.  :D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 12, 2007, 12:14:11 PM
You think she's about to kiss them?

It certainly seems like she's headed there. The look on her face is almost anticipatory with a hint of "lucky me."  And, well, he does have nice feet.

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Sure honey, i believe ya. 
I'm not focussed on my foot-size. Spectacular loving requires a broad approach.

I was being sincere.  Anyway, foot size shouldn't be focal point since as you say, spectacular loving requires a much broader repertoire than simply owning a pair of size 13s. And creativity counts for a lot. However, I think one shouldn't neglect the feet (the real feet, not the metaphorical foot) either, since they can be a source of great tactile joy.  :)

Did I say that well?

I don't have a foot fetish either, but like them.  Nice feet on a man is well... very nice.  I never really noticed, but do men go for pedicures the way we do?




Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 12, 2007, 12:53:27 PM
It certainly seems like she's headed there. The look on her face is almost anticipatory with a hint of "lucky me."  And, well, he does have nice feet.
Sounds like you're almost jealous of her.  ;D
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I was being sincere.  Anyway, foot size shouldn't be focal point since as you say, spectacular loving requires a much broader repertoire than simply owning a pair of size 13s. And creativity counts for a lot. However, I think one shouldn't neglect the feet (the real feet, not the metaphorical foot) either, since they can be a source of great tactile joy.  :)

Did I say that well?
Perfect. You should write a book on it,  :).

Note to self: Spectacular foot-loving is mandatory from now on.
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I don't have a foot fetish either, but like them.  Nice feet on a man is well... very nice.  I never really noticed, but do men go for pedicures the way we do?
I can be short on this one: NO.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 13, 2007, 04:19:45 AM
I never really noticed, but do men go for pedicures the way we do?

No, they don't go for pedicures the way we do, ...they order IN, and rarely admit to it. {lol}  :P

My highschool boyfriend was the stereotypical, homophobic, ultra-macho guy, who hated doing anything that smacked of feminine. He'd even feel disgusted if his father helped his mother wash dishes. Anyway, one summer while he was in New York City, he and his uncle had a meeting with a real important guy with a real "Marlon Brando / Tony Soprano" kind of presence about him. They were both there in this guy's office, when in walks a team of 3 women to give this guy his manicure and pedicure. My boyfriend who was 25 at the time, was like WTF? Of course he didn't say anything. The guy they were meeting insisted they have manicures too. Not wanting to be disrespectful, or to offend the guy, ...they too also indulged in the manicures. At first they were a bit uptight, ...and they gave each other those looks that essentially communicated "This doesn't leave the room". {lol} Then, to both their surprise, ...they started to like it. After the hand massage, it didn't take much to co-erce them into getting the pedicures too while they discussed business with this guy. Anyway... long story short... when my boyfriend got back to Toronto, he was raving about how good they felt. He was like "I can't believe I've never done this before!" I guess having the wise-guy seal of approval, made it ok for him to indulge without his sexuality being called into question. We even starting doing our nails together.  ;D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 13, 2007, 04:40:15 AM
Note to self: Spectacular foot-loving is mandatory from now on.I can be short on this one: NO.

Faust GO FOR IT!!! You'll love it!

My very first truly FABULOUSLY SPECTACULAR foot massage was by a lesbian girlfriend of mine.
We'd gone out one night after work, and I was gonna miss the last train back, so I spent the night at her place.
I was all freaked out & nervous because all night, she'd been giving me hints that she was a lesbian, and I was terrified that she wanted to take our platonic friendship to a whole new level.  :o

I already knew she was a lesbian, but it made no difference to me because I felt who she sleeps with is none of my business, but her constant hinting all night was freaking me out, coupled with the fact that I was gonna be spending the night at her place, ...and now she wants to give me a foot massage?  :o yikes

I was torn. My feet were killing me! I had been in 4½" stilettos ALL DAY!
I finally bit the bullet, decided to take her up on the offer for the foot massage, and try to tactfully deal with any uncomfortable awkwardness that might occur if she tried to take it beyond a foot massage. Turns out, she didn't know I already knew she was a lesbian, and all her hinting was simply her way of trying to come out of the closet to me. She didn't want to hide who she was, and but she was trying to take my temperature because she was afraid I wouldn't like her anymore if I knew she was a lesbian.

There was no come ons, ...just a truly fabulous foot massage, and I breathed a sigh of relief about not having to hurt a friend. To this day, I still haven't found a pedicurist who can give as good a foot massage as I got that night.  :'(


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 13, 2007, 08:06:25 AM
Sounds like you're almost jealous of her.  ;D


Inspired, maybe?  Lol...

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Perfect. You should write a book on it,  :).

You never know. ;)  Actually, now I'm totally curious about the foot thing... there's lots of info on the net.

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Note to self: Spectacular foot-loving is mandatory from now on.

Well, you Europeans tend to be creative as it is. I don't know why, but "spectacular foot-loving" is conjuring up all kinds of images.  ;D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 13, 2007, 08:07:40 AM
No, they don't go for pedicures the way we do, ...they order IN, and rarely admit to it. {lol}  :P


Yes I know.  ;)  Just want to see if anyone would actually admit to it.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 13, 2007, 08:59:21 AM
Inspired, maybe?  Lol...
:o
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You never know. ;)  Actually, now I'm totally curious about the foot thing... there's lots of info on the net.
:o
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Well, you Europeans tend to be creative as it is.
Indeed. Our creative masterminds came up with a fresh, innovating name for our new currency.
The euro.  ;D

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I don't know why, but "spectacular foot-loving" is conjuring up all kinds of images.  ;D
You have a dirty mind.



I like it,  ;)



Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 13, 2007, 01:07:11 PM
Indeed. Our creative masterminds came up with a fresh, innovating name for our new currency.
The euro.  ;D

Was that you? The graphics are nice at least...  :D

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You have a dirty mind.
I like it,  ;)

Knowledge is everything...  ;)

Plus, this is kind of interesting stuff... For instance, my toes tell me that I have conflicting aspects to my personality. Good to know!

http://www.readingtoes.com/lees_je_eigen_tenen.htm


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 13, 2007, 02:11:46 PM
Was that you? The graphics are nice at least...  :D

Knowledge is everything...  ;)
Take a good look at the upper right and tell me what you can "read" in it.
 ;D
(http://www.sammler.com/mz/images/2_euro_ganzfaelschung_02.jpg)
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Plus, this is kind of interesting stuff... For instance, my toes tell me that I have conflicting aspects to my personality. Good to know!
Exactly. You're just a couple of steps away from total enlightment.

lees_je_eigen_tenen -> read your own toes ( in dutch)
 :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 13, 2007, 02:24:02 PM
Take a good look at the upper right and tell me what you can "read" in it.
 ;D
(http://www.sammler.com/mz/images/2_euro_ganzfaelschung_02.jpg)

LOL, I never noticed that before.  ;D  It's totally a penis!

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Exactly. You're just a couple of steps away from total enlightment.

lees_je_eigen_tenen -> read your own toes ( in dutch)
 :)


Good pun! And I'll bet if we compared toes, we'd find we get along very well.  :D

ps... the Dutch is almost exactly as per the German.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 13, 2007, 06:22:06 PM
Faust, are you talking about this?  :P


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 13, 2007, 06:23:45 PM
Your 2 Euro coin looks alot like our Canadian $2 coin. Silver on the outside, gold in the middle.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 14, 2007, 03:44:11 AM
LOL, I never noticed that before.  ;D  It's totally a penis!
Faust, are you talking about this?  :P
:o
Damn, you girls are perverted!
It's just sweden and finland.
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Good pun!
A girl with a sense of humor...
You're sure you're female?  ;D
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And I'll bet if we compared toes, we'd find we get along very well.  :D
:D

Ich denke das auch. SEHR GUT.  ;D
(http://www.poster.net/bahner-bertram/bahner-bertram-passion-4800315.jpg)

jk


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Samourai Pizzacat on January 15, 2007, 02:53:23 AM
Never seen the dick 'n sack scandiniavia before hehe, I'm going to have a look for other sexual clues on my euros....

Btw, anybody been doing some good coin-reading lately?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 16, 2007, 08:25:19 AM
:o
Damn, you girls are perverted!
It's just sweden and finland.

Nuh uh, ...not me. I never said it was a penis ...I just circled sweden & finland.
{pssst} that's my story, ...and I'm sticking to it.  :P


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 16, 2007, 08:26:21 AM
Never seen the dick 'n sack scandiniavia before hehe, I'm going to have a look for other sexual clues on my euros....

Btw, anybody been doing some good coin-reading lately?

I've been try to find the Canadian spy coins  :P  {sigh} haven't found any yet.  :'(


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 16, 2007, 02:50:04 PM
It's just sweden and finland.A girl with a sense of humor...
You're sure you're female?  ;D :D

Ich denke das auch. SEHR GUT.  ;D
(http://www.poster.net/bahner-bertram/bahner-bertram-passion-4800315.jpg)

jk

Last time I checked... all was intact.  Women like to laugh too!  :)

Aber... mein GOTT! Quel pic! What a great thing to come to work home to... You must be very popular in the Netherlands.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 16, 2007, 02:52:19 PM
Never seen the dick 'n sack scandiniavia before hehe, I'm going to have a look for other sexual clues on my euros....

Btw, anybody been doing some good coin-reading lately?

I've heard about the obscene Euro graphics before, but never could find any on the bills. Now we know.

After the coin-reading... we still have palms and tea leaves.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 17, 2007, 02:16:54 AM
Aber... mein GOTT! Quel pic! What a great thing to come to work home to... You must be very popular in the Netherlands.  :)

Why do you think that?
I hope you don't think that it's me in the picture, i just googled it. But it's a nice picture indeed.  :)
I'm not from the Netherlands, i'm belgian actually. In the northern part we speak dutch (flemish).


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 17, 2007, 12:46:28 PM
Why do you think that?
I hope you don't think that it's me in the picture, i just googled it. But it's a nice picture indeed.  :)
I'm not from the Netherlands, i'm belgian actually. In the northern part we speak dutch (flemish).

I think that because you posted a pic of what women love to see and think is SO HOT as opposed to what many men think is hot and post down on the sex board (need I say more?  :-X).  This makes me think that you do okay with the girls in your country.   :)  Sorry, for some reason I thought you lived in the Netherlands... but I do remember you saying something about Belgium a long time ago.

Bruxelles?  If so, have been to your beautiful city... stayed at the Conrad on Avenue Louise (?) and is the second-most amazing place have stayed at.  (Even the gym was great!) I remember the excellent shopping and the trolley cars and walking down a steep hill past the parliament building... getting lost somewhere in an amusement park where most of the people had missing teeth... then walking the gauntlet through a Muslim area... good times.  ;D  The Grand Place was pretty and I had a great dinner at Le Quincaillerie... with great wine.  ;)  Three of my girlfriends are Flemish... didn't realize it until I went to Brussels, but every single Flemish person looks like them... and that's a compliment! So are you French or Flemish?  Did I remember the city well?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 17, 2007, 01:12:07 PM
I think that because you posted a pic of what women love to see and think is SO HOT as opposed to what many men think is hot and post down on the sex board (need I say more?  :-X). 
;D

Ah, the sex board. Home of legendary threads like
"Would you let your girlfriend use a strap on? "
"i have a serious ass fetish and need help"
"real INDIAN SCHOOL GIRL FROM DELHI in a porn video..."
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This makes me think that you do okay with the girls in your country.   :) 
Can't complain, i still have to find that special girl though.  :-\
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Sorry, for some reason I thought you lived in the Netherlands...
Mistaking me for one of those greedy cheeseheads?
You're in for a spanking, missy.
(http://italk2much.com/images/uploads/spank.gif)
(Better start practising that line.)

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but I do remember you saying something about Belgium a long time ago.

Bruxelles?  If so, have been to your beautiful city... stayed at the Conrad on Avenue Louise (?) and is the second-most amazing place have stayed at.  (Even the gym was great!) I remember the excellent shopping and the trolley cars and walking down a steep hill past the parliament building... getting lost somewhere in an amusement park where most of the people had missing teeth... then walking the gauntlet through a Muslim area... good times.  ;D  The Grand Place was pretty and I had a great dinner at Le Quincaillerie... with great wine.   So are you French or Flemish?  Did I remember the city well?
Muslims and people with missing teeth...
Sounds like Brussels to me.  ;)

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;)  Three of my girlfriends are Flemish... didn't realize it until I went to Brussels, but every single Flemish person looks like them... and that's a compliment!
We all look alike, don't we?  :P


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 17, 2007, 04:03:23 PM
;D

Ah, the sex board. Home of legendary threads like
"Would you let your girlfriend use a strap on? "
"i have a serious ass fetish and need help"
"real INDIAN SCHOOL GIRL FROM DELHI in a porn video..."Can't complain, i still have to find that special girl though.  :-\Mistaking me for one of those greedy cheeseheads?
You're in for a spanking, missy.

Is that what's being flogged down there these days... I wouldn't know.  :P

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(Better start practising that line.)

But... but... then what am I supposed to do with these Mistress Delphine things....  ???  :D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 17, 2007, 04:07:44 PM
Muslims and people with missing teeth...
Sounds like Brussels to me.  ;)
We all look alike, don't we?  :P

The missing teeth people were eating some very strange fish-like fried food.  Do you know what that was?

They have white-blonde hair, great bone structure, and big blue eyes.  You could do worse.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 17, 2007, 07:01:31 PM
They have white-blonde hair, great bone structure, and big blue eyes. 

...good thing you didn't throw in big teeth too, ...I would have sworn you were in Utah.  ;D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 18, 2007, 01:04:10 AM
But... but... then what am I supposed to do with these Mistress Delphine things....  ???  :D

Hm...

Don't throw them away yet. They could come in handy.  ;D

The missing teeth people were eating some very strange fish-like fried food.  Do you know what that was?
No idea. French fries drenched in mayonaise?
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They have white-blonde hair, great bone structure, and big blue eyes.  You could do worse.  :)
I have black hair, and brown eyes.
I'll leave it up to you to judge the structure of my bone.
 ;)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 18, 2007, 03:34:07 PM
Hm...

Don't throw them away yet. They could come in handy.  ;D

No idea. French fries drenched in mayonaise? I have black hair, and brown eyes.

I'll leave it up to you to judge the structure of my bone.
 ;)

I never throw anything away. I'm sure they have some double household use.

French fries drenched in mayo are great... :) so, no, know what those look like definitely!!!

Dark hair and brown eyes? What happened?  I think I look more Flemish than you do.

And once again, there you are, master of the double entrendre.  Did I use it in the right way? You must be a Gemini?

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...good thing you didn't throw in big teeth too, ...I would have sworn you were in Utah. 

Lol... been to Utah, have you?



Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: xxxLinda on January 18, 2007, 05:07:37 PM
       
   

Iridology:   the study of the iris of the eye.

Iri and iris come from the Greek name of the goddess of the rainbow, Iris. The Greeks noted eyes come in many, many colors. And ology also comes from the Greek, meaning study of. Literally translated, iridology means the study of the coloration of the eye.

    The iris reveals changing conditions of every part and organ of the body. Every organ and part of the body is represented in the iris in a well defined area. In addition, through various marks, signs, and discoloration in the iris, nature reveals inherited weaknesses and strengths.

    By means of this art / science, an iridologist (one who studies the coloration and fiber structure of the eye) can tell an individual his/her inherited and acquired tendencies towards health and disease, his current condition in general, and the state of every organ in particular.

    Iridology cannot detect a specific disease, but, can tell an individual if they have over or under activity in specific areas of the body.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 19, 2007, 01:18:50 AM
I never throw anything away. I'm sure they have some double household use.
For forcing your man to do the household?
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French fries drenched in mayo are great... :) so, no, know what those look like definitely!!!
:-X
Epic fatmaker.
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Dark hair and brown eyes? What happened?  I think I look more Flemish than you do.
Hm...

I dont know, i will ask our italian milkman if he can think of something.
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And once again, there you are, master of the double entrendre. 
;)
(http://www.80stees.com/images/products/Stewie_Bad_Boy-T-link.jpg)

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Did I use it in the right way?
I think so.

A double entendre is a figure of speech similar to the pun, in which a spoken phrase can be understood in either of two ways. The first, literal meaning is an innocent one, while the second meaning is often ironic or risqué and requires the hearer to have some additional knowledge. Although an expression made of French words, it is not correct modern French; the French use the term double sens ("double sense [or meaning]") for such phrases.

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You must be a Gemini?
Nope. Cancer.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 19, 2007, 11:04:36 PM

Lol... been to Utah, have you?


Yep, ...and I don't believe I've ever seen more perfect sets of teeth on so many people in one place.  :)


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 21, 2007, 04:33:22 PM
For forcing your man to do the household? :-X

Lol, no I think for that a single tail or buggy whip with a really long handle is better.  That way you can recline comfortably on the couch and watch "Days of Our Lives" while directing the housework.  :P

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Epic fatmaker.

Yes, I know.  :'(

That's why you have three forkfulls, then direct the plate at the biggest person at the table. This usually works for me. In fact, large people often like sitting next to me in restaurants. Also a good strategy for cheesecake, chocolate mousse, and triple decker pancakes.  :)

Are you by any chance a large person?  ;D

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Nope. Cancer.

I knew eventually we'd find something. Since I'm Pisces, we definitely get along like a HOUSE ON FIRE! It was looking hopeless for awhile there, but it's all good.  :D

Stewie sounds like fun...  ;)




 



Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 22, 2007, 12:47:32 AM
Lol, no I think for that a single tail or buggy whip with a really long handle is better.  That way you can recline comfortably on the couch and watch "Days of Our Lives" while directing the housework.  :P
I could stand the beatings, humiliation and hard labour.
But letting your guy miss "Days of Our Lives" is just cruel.

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Yes, I know.  :'(

That's why you have three forkfulls, then direct the plate at the biggest person at the table. This usually works for me. In fact, large people often like sitting next to me in restaurants. Also a good strategy for cheesecake, chocolate mousse, and triple decker pancakes.  :)

Are you by any chance a large person?  ;D
I'm quite fond of my abs.   :P
By the way, fat people need help, not food! You should slip them cards for dieticians, i'm sure they'd appreciate it more  :).
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I knew eventually we'd find something. Since I'm Pisces, we definitely get along like a HOUSE ON FIRE!
A house on fire, lol. First time i hear that expression.
But, since we both rule the oceans i guess you're right.
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It was looking hopeless for awhile there, but it's all good.  :D
I never had any doubt dear,  :-*

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Stewie sounds like fun...  ;)
:D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 24, 2007, 08:39:27 AM
I could stand the beatings, humiliation and hard labour.
But letting your guy miss "Days of Our Lives" is just cruel.

Lol, Faustus, sounds like you're offering!  :D

Good to hear you have abs.  I know that unlike the Germans,  ;)  the other Europeans tend to be in pretty good shape as a whole.

I hear what you're saying about tempting large people... however, I think people have to make their own decisions, and the more you try to point out to someone that they're overweight, the more they wallow and eat. 

Btw... am impressed  you mentioned Nick Cave on the sad songs thread. EVERYTHING he does is sad. Love his voice.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 24, 2007, 11:11:35 AM
Lol, Faustus, sounds like you're offering!  :D
We'll wrestle for who get's to have the whip.  ;)
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Good to hear you have abs.  I know that unlike the Germans,  ;)  the other Europeans tend to be in pretty good shape as a whole.
Well... Depends how you look at it. Number of fat people is lower than in USA. But don't expect many really good physiques either. Overall, they take better care of themselves i think.
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I hear what you're saying about tempting large people... however, I think people have to make their own decisions, and the more you try to point out to someone that they're overweight, the more they wallow and eat. 
I don't judge anybody. But i can't stand people (e.g. my mom) who complain about being overweight, or are unhappy about. It's not like you got fat in a couple of months, so it'll take some time to get the fat off, but it's not THAT hard either.
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Btw... am impressed  you mentioned Nick Cave on the sad songs thread. EVERYTHING he does is sad. Love his voice.
Check this out. A portuguese girl explained the term "saudade" to me. It fits to what i sometimes feel. Kind of weird that nick cave also has it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saudade

In his book In Portugal of 1912, A.F.G Bell writes:
"The famous saudade of the Portuguese is a vague and constant desire for something that does not and probably cannot exist, for something other than the present, a turning towards the past or towards the future; not an active discontent or poignant sadness but an indolent dreaming wistfulness."

"The Good Son, a 1990 album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds was heavily informed by Cave's mental state at the time, which he has described as saudade. He told journalist Chris Bohn that "when I explained to someone that what I wanted to write about was the memory of things that I thought were lost for me, I was told that the Portuguese word for this feeling was "saudade". It's not nostalgia but something sadder."

Cool clip with nick cave:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2mOxIAdF24


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 25, 2007, 07:56:25 AM
Check this out. A portuguese girl explained the term "saudade" to me. It fits to what i sometimes feel. Kind of weird that nick cave also has it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saudade

 :)

I do know what "saudade" means... but I guess it's hard to put into words, although that explanation is a good one.  I think some people feel depths of emotions more than others, but maybe that's unfair. 

I used to travel a lot to Portugal for work (it was cheap  ;D) so spent time in Lisboa, Sintra, and Caiscais and fell in love with Fado, which I believe is the musical expression of saudade? Have you been?  Not so far from Belgium. Those Fado girls are amazing... they go from Fado place to place all night long, and some of those voices are just beyond beautiful, especially when you listen to them up close in those small, dark restos. Someone also told me the Portuguese enveloped themselves in this sadness/longing, as a result of so many man lost at sea... the women used to wait by the shore, pining for their beloveds.   

I couldn't really find anything overwhelmingly sad and beautiful... but here's a decent clip...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d98LKeil0AU

And thanks for reminding me of Nick Cave... I haven't listened to him in awhile.  :-*

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We'll wrestle for who get's to have the whip. 

You just keep adding more inventive details as you go along.  ;)  This might not be great for ab control but since we're on a musical train of thought I propose to throw in THIS...





Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 25, 2007, 09:31:50 AM
:)
I do know what "saudade" means... but I guess it's hard to put into words, although that explanation is a good one.  I think some people feel depths of emotions more than others, but maybe that's unfair. 
Yeah, it's probably impossible to put it into words exactly. What do you mean by "unfair"?
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I used to travel a lot to Portugal for work (it was cheap  ;D) so spent time in Lisboa, Sintra, and Caiscais and fell in love with Fado, which I believe is the musical expression of saudade? Have you been?  Not so far from Belgium. Those Fado girls are amazing... they go from Fado place to place all night long, and some of those voices are just beyond beautiful, especially when you listen to them up close in those small, dark restos. Someone also told me the Portuguese enveloped themselves in this sadness/longing, as a result of so many man lost at sea... the women used to wait by the shore, pining for their beloveds.   
I've been to Portugal, but it's a long time ago, i was still a kid. I don't remember that much from it. I want to go back this summer. I was thinking about going to Lisboa, i also want to check out Porto (the city, not the drink), and maybe the algarve area. For some reason i've gotten along with all the portuguese people i've met. Quite strange.

Can't wait till its summer again.
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I couldn't really find anything overwhelmingly sad and beautiful... but here's a decent clip...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d98LKeil0AU
That's beautiful. Really deep and dark. Perfect for after sunset.
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And thanks for reminding me of Nick Cave... I haven't listened to him in awhile.  Kiss
:)
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You just keep adding more inventive details as you go along.  ;)  This might not be great for ab control but since we're on a musical train of thought I propose to throw in THIS...
Lol, good one.
Well, we all need a cheat meal now and then to keep that metabolism going.  :D
It's hard to resist that "whipped" cream.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: xxxLinda on January 25, 2007, 05:12:18 PM
d  you mentioned Nick Cave on the sad songs thread. EVERYTHING he does is sad. Love his voice.



Christ almighty.  I've missed this thread.  I was gonna continue doing readings, but....

Hey Toxi, I never meet any dragons, they keep themselves to themselves.



Now about Nick Cave...
A girlfriend (Jeri) moved in with me in NY
after moving out from him.

she said he wrote about her, she couldn't handle it.




xL


Year of the ...
coming up




from chinky shirley:


Astrological Insights, January 22-28, 2007

The winter season has started with an intense energy that commands everyone’s attention. No matter what the weather and its extremes, remember you always carry your own personal sunshine and starlight wherever you go. Therefore, just focus on your personal inner radiance of starlight in the daytime and have your own special inner sunshine where ever you are at night!

It is also important to remember that your inner starlight can flourish no matter what occurs in the outer world, especially when accompanied with a happy and thankful attitude, wrapped in thoughts of compassion and caring for others. It has been said that only by being attentive and sympathetic to all living beings can one realize the true power of love, with its most unique ability to dispel darkness. That includes the entire earth planet package of humans, animals and the environment.

It seems that the environment can do better without humans but humans cannot continue to exist without a balanced environment, which is demonstrated so vividly in the past weeks and months. Hopefully, you are being more astrologically conscious of our wonderful Earth Planet’s environment. It was amazing to discover that basic astrological configurations, which appear for every earth citizen, can be shown in their chart what they can do best to help our planet. Some astrological signs are slightly more sensitive and aware of protecting our planet than others. (That will be an interesting point to observe and explore in the forthcoming presidential candidates as they emerge.)

Comet McNaught gets my vote for bringing attention to its magnificent presence as it sweeps through the astronomical heavens. Although it is no longer able to be seen from the earth’s northern continents, according to NASA it will be able to be viewed a few more days through the southern hemisphere’s skies.

What is the Astrological impact of comets? There are various points of view that have followed all comets, including Haley’s and the current comet McNaught. Comparisons relate to sometimes dramatic and startling historical events that are felt to have occurred because of a Comet’s presence. Some feel they bring good to many and challenges to some, which includes political and earth-changing events, dramatically visible to the public news eye.

Some also feel there is heightened danger for prominent leaders, both royal and elected, during this time. You don’t need a comet to tell you about that! However, with the legends that accompany comet travel and translations of related events by many, it definitely seems to portend that possibility. It is important to remember there are also balances and ways to work beneficially with most astrological aspect influences that are always occurring within the various areas of one’s personal astrological chart.

Add in the comet McNaught energy factor to this year's prominent Virgo and Pisces eclipses and it could get very exciting. You may recall in this column on Jan 8th we wrote about the Lunar Virgo eclipse that occurs on the March 3rd Full Moon and how “this eclipse energy could contribute to launch the beginning of an increase in new UFO sightings, that could start at any moment” as well as call attention to environmental concerns and efforts. We have since learned something did occur during that week in a news related report of a UFO with most unusual lights being seen near Ft. Chaffee, Arkansas. This was photographed and reported to the news by a military Colonel.

That seems to parallel part of the astrological eclipse energy to be a possible preview of some exciting new discoveries and insights into some of the current mysteries and unexplained.

Toss in a splash of optimism that always accompanies Jupiter’s fabulous astrological energy and you can think of this fairly New Year of 2007 being filled with marvelous aspects that may not come to visit again for some time. Make sure you make the most of it. On the nights that you gaze dreamily at the winter skies and you make a wish or two, let them fly on the wings of your thoughts to reach the greatest heights, while being thankful that you are you.

Everyone has their own agenda that leads them to their personal astrological adventure!

Hope yours is wonderful and filled with special moments as we enter the wonderful week of:



TODAY:
Friday, January 26th

The Moon continues in Taurus and this is a day to communicate with those around you in a charming but distinct way. It is a day when you will be able to express great depth of your subjects in a most insightful way. You will find that it is a morning not to just sit around at home and do nothing. Use your initiative to do good things as Venus sextiles Pluto at 4:59 a.m. It is another day that can be powerfully creative artistically in what ever you do with personal projects that may require speaking, writing or just enjoying shopping or redecorating your home or office! At 7:20 a.m. Mercury conjuncts Neptune and you might wish to make a list of things to do so that there is no confusion once you start on your day’s plans. It is a good financial moon and can be used in a generous way during the mid to late morning.

In the afternoon it is wise to review events cautiously and stay alert for good financial moments. Plan to combine your knowledge with your hunches! Keep your head up as there are three planet squares in the late afternoon. The Taurus Moon squares Neptune at 4:05 p.m. This is a moon that seems to prevail during earthquake events and as Neptune rules water it will be interesting to see what or if anything occurs around this aspect. At 5:17 p.m. the Taurus Moon squares Mercury. This seems to toss in energy that can be quite restless or worrisome. If you have a tendency to be indecisive, it could be boosted during this time.

Fortunately, the evening gives everyone a break, becoming a perfect time to visit with friends and family, perhaps enjoying selections from Shirley’s outstanding film collection.

However, at 10:39p.m., the Moon squares Saturn, possibly giving you some late night insight in a delightfully philosophical way to enjoy and understand more about your friends, the people you care about and those who care about you!

Saturday, January 27th

The Moon is in Taurus until mid-morning. It is a great moon to have on a Saturday morning for it brings a gift of endurance! This is a good morning to enjoy your artistic interests or perhaps start to plan your spring garden even if just looking at the seed catalogs. A real bonus of the Taurus Moon seems to heighten your personal magnetism and gives a boost to your creative imagination. It will be a morning when you can achieve a lot but you might choose to keep some of your tasks simple.

The moon briefly goes void at 10:08 a.m. when the Moon squares Venus. From that point on just relax and enjoy the morning and perhaps read and reflect on a few excerpts from one of Shirley’s many outstanding books that includes her classic writing of her inspiring adventures of the soul in "The Camino”. You may also enjoy her delightful “Out on a Leash” which adds brightness to any day.

The Moon enters Gemini at 11:10 a.m., helping you more easily be aware of its gift of making intelligent decisions very quickly. This is another moon that can lift your creativity to exciting new levels whatever you task may be! If you write humor or comedy, this moon certainly helps that aspect. This moon is a communication moon and is great for phone calls to catch up on what’s happening with friends or associates. Expect this day to be most enjoyable whatever you do! You should have no problem communicating and that is a special bonus any time. Anytime is perfect for a random act of kindness and to take action in your own life to help the environment! So plan to do something special and enjoy yourself as well as accomplish a lot.

Venus enters Pisces at 9:32 p.m. This aspect brings sincere empathy for others and for problems that need to be corrected. Be careful that you don’t let your finances slip through your fingers as some offers that may seem too good, probably are, during this astrological influence. Enjoy the evening but hold on to your heart and hold on to you pocketbook!

Sunday, January 28th

The Moon is in Gemini. The Moon trines the sun at 1:07 a.m.

You can enjoy yourself as these aspects boost popularity. Keep the energies balanced and benefit from the good aspects! It can be a very nice morning. It is a great morning for creative accomplishments as this moon complements compelling artistic creations that you can more easily express in your very own way.

The Moon squares Uranus at 9:28 a.m., boosting your thoughts to new levels to create plans for things you need to do. However, it can also trigger strange behaviors so you might want to avoid crowds or crowded places during this time. Follow your hunches. The aspects quickly improve and into an atmosphere of harmony and contentment late morning as the Moon conjuncts Jupiter at 10:46 a.m. If you meet with friends for a late morning brunch you may find the conversations become a little serious and more detailed as Mercury conjuncts Saturn at 12:07 p.m. You may want to try to lighten them up. Whatever you do, be sure to enjoy the afternoon.

The Moon trines Neptune at 8:47 p.m., setting the pace for a friendly evening that can also have a touch of the romantic perhaps enjoy reflecting and remembering special moments that were and are with family and those you care about. This is a nice aspect with which to end the week. As you end the day thinking of your blessings, pause to take a look up towards at the winter night skies and make a wish being thankful that you are you! Tomorrow is a new day filled with unlimited possibilities and just maybe you will find them all!

Happy Birthday!

If you celebrate your birthday during this time, your sun sign is in Aquarius. It is a perfect time to enjoy combining your creativeness with new ideas that will let you move forward and blaze new trails.

It is also a time when you may find that your independence can work wonders helping you to complete important projects that were delayed because of committed work assignments or family concerns. A break through in accomplishment is waiting for you this year.

This year lets you enjoy the feeling of positive action that removes any further doubt about yourself. The planets bring you beautiful aspects to work with in this next twelve months. Enjoy them, but be sure to use them. A fair amount of travel or a change in the way you travel may also prove to be important to reaching your new career goals.

Remember, moderate exercise is important for you as an Aquarian to keep proper circulation so try walking as you think on your feet. It can do wonders to keep you in good health. Paying attention to your diet will help your inner environment!

Meditation will prove to be vitally important to you also to keep a type of sparkling Einstein connection with your most creative mind to the higher energies! This is a year you could have great ideas thanks to the Saturn and Neptune influences. Be sure you are prepared to receive all the important details! Technical equipment to help you have a mobile office will be items you eagerly shop for. And several visits to update your wardrobe will help you to fashionably put your foot in the right place at the right time. Remember, no matter when you celebrate your birthday, it is important to realize that it always takes courage to embrace the possibilities of your own potential. In times of change, there is no incentive as great and powerful as hope for a better tomorrow!

Gemstones selected for this week include....

Amber, which is lovely to use to reach a deep stillness in meditation as you give yourself time to just ‘be’. Amber is usually found in yellow, gold or orange shades but other varieties of red, brown and green also exist. In the epic poem the “Odyssey”, Homer mentions ‘Amber” being given as a princely gift. In roman times, amber artifacts were regarded as being more valuable than slaves. Amber lifts your spirits and positively charges your energy levels. It shields you from negativity from other people or from your environment. Amber is an organic gemstone made up of tree resin. Some people like to take a piece of amber with them on a spring time or early summer walk to help connect to the plant kingdom. Be sure to remember it is important to try to always be respectful for the gifts of the mineral kingdom and the earth.

Special essences also include geranium which is uplifting as well as balancing. Its floral fragrance comes from it fresh green leaves as it releases a rosy and sweet aroma yet is strong with a hint of lemon. It seems to help maintain a positive mood during emotional times and can be quite calming. It lifts the spirits and calms the nervous stem to assist in your meditations as it helps to create the right atmosphere that is conducive to meditation or relaxation. To help maintain a positive mood cycle, add 3 drops of geranium and 3 drops of lemon to your bath water as you relax to receive its aromatic benefits. To raise the energy level in your home, put five drops in the mop water and you will be amazed how it balances and gives an uplifting atmosphere to any area that it is used in. Try it, you may be surprised!

Another wonderful essence selected for your consideration is Ylang-Ylang which brings a fragrance that is sharp and sweet, becoming deeply flora, similar to Jasmine, however it softens with time. Ylang-Ylang flowers are beautiful exotic blooms, found primarily in Madagascar, an island off the coast of East Africa. They yield large amounts of deeply scented essential oil and are called the ‘flower of flowers’ by many. Ylang-Ylang is excellent for reducing panic attacks and stress-related anxiety symptoms. It is suggested to put 2 drops Ylang-Ylang and 3 drops of lavender to a warm bath. Ylang-Ylang’s essence also helps to create a lovely atmosphere that is helpful both to meditation and for relaxation.

Blessings and love to you and to our unique Earth Planet,

Clarisa Bernhardt

(All times CST)

(Column contents © copyrighted)

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Your Time Table:

For your convenience, listed here are primary global times with instructions for use. Every location is different and the times listed herein of the celestial alignments are the exact peak of the energy, meaning the influence is over at that time. The energy is active prior to that time and date. Some stellar influences can last for several days to several weeks. Times for this week are set for Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) that may also be called Universal Time (UT) and Eastern Daylight Tim (EDT). I use GMT or UT for publications because it is easier for everyone globally. The table shows how you may add or subtract hours in relation to your location, i.e., for the Eastern Standard Time zone you would subtract 5 hours from GMT. I know that when I am having breakfast on the east coast of the US, my British friends are having lunch. If you think back to New Year's Eve celebrations, the media broadcasted celebrations around the world in different time zones - zone by zone for a 24 hour period. Our Earth time is based on the starting point in Greenwich, England and all formal coordinates are founded from that, such as militaries, ships and so on. There is the matter of Daylight Savings Time or Summer Time to consider. While in the US, one hour should be added to the time tables. Some countries may have double or even triple Summer Time such as Israel, so check in your local area for these conversions. In astrology, a celestial event may be occurring on different calendar dates in different countries on Earth. What may be a planetary alignment in the US on one day could very well be happening the next day in Russia or Tibet. By using the most universal time possible, everyone, everywhere will be able to take full advantage of these stellar alignments.

So, with all that said, here is your Time Zone Table:

TIME ZONES

Take UT and add or subtract the following hours listed.

Minus ( - ) means to subtract;

Plus ( + ) means to add in relation to GMT and UT time.

Example: When it is noon is England it is 9 P.M. in Japan.

Check your local area for Daylight Savings and Summer Times

International Date Line East (IDLE) + 12 hours

New Zealand Standard Time (NZST) + 12 hours

New Zealand Time (NZT) +12 hours

Guam Standard Time (GST) + 10 hours

East Australian Standard Time (EAST) +10 hours

Japan Standard Time (JST) +9 hours

China Coast Time (CCT) + 8 hours

West Australian Standard Time (WAST) + 7 hours

India Standard Time (IST) + 5.5 hours

Russian Zone 3 + 4 hours

Baghdad Time (BT) + 3 hours

Russian Zone 2 + 3 hours

Eastern European Time (EET) + 2 hours

Russian Zone 1 + 2 hours

Central European Time (CET) + 1 hour

Middle European Time (MET) + 1 hour

Swedish Winter Time (SWT) +1 hour

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) 0 hour

Universal Time (UT) 0 hour

Western European Time (WET) 0 hour

West African Time (WAT) - 1 hour

Atlantic Standard Time (AST) - 4 hours

Eastern Standard Time (EST) - 5 hours

Central Standard Ti

me (CST) - 6 hours

Mountain Standard Time (MST) - 7 hours

Pacific Standard Time (PST) - 8 hours

Alaskan Standard Time (AkST) - 9 hours

Hawaiian Standard Time (HST) - 10 hours

International Date Line West (IDLW) - 12 hours
   

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Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 25, 2007, 05:42:05 PM
linda..i'll be in london come august...

please please hook me up with some of what u r taking babe...lol...


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: xxxLinda on January 25, 2007, 05:44:17 PM
:)

I do know what "CUIDATE" means...

spent time in Lisboa, Sintra,




I LOVED SINTRA.  WHATSHISNAME LIVED AND WROTE THERE?


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: xxxLinda on January 25, 2007, 05:46:57 PM
linda..i'll be in london come august...

please please hook me up with some of what u r taking babe...lol...

I can about afford a bottle of Pino Grigio.  There ain't no drugs here, I'm thinking of asking the cops how to find some grass...




Can you bring me news of Toronto?  I used to love my life there.
xL


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: ToxicAvenger on January 25, 2007, 05:52:17 PM
i HATE grass..

i'm funning..

although i shall be in london..visit a couzin..hit the club scene..make like patsy!  ;) ..

then off to paki..a wedding..then hiking in the himalayas  8)




Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: xxxLinda on January 25, 2007, 05:55:52 PM
linda..i'll be in london come august...



Toxi baby, I wouldn't come in August.  If you're gonna do London, do it in June. 

Canada in September.
whatever.


August might be okay, but everyone leaves town around that time. 
End of August (the Bank Holiday, CARNIVAL is fantastic. 
I live in the middle of it.

Just make sure you're in the right place at the right time.  Canada in fall.
xL

Rio in Feb.




Paris in the Spring?





if you're really coming to London, book it for the end of August, okay?  and do me a favour, don't expect to see the whole of europe while you're at it, it'll take a week or a year to do London. 

But Amsterdam and Paris are one hour away...

and Prague and Vienna and Roma and Milano.  Barcelona?



modify:
oh hang on, I just read your thread. 
You're going to the himalyays, yeah right, London is on the way there.






Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Al-Gebra on January 25, 2007, 07:00:25 PM
anybody see nick cave's movie 'the proposition'? it was good . . . except for the excessive quotation of poetry . . . i hate movies in which people quote things.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: xxxLinda on January 28, 2007, 07:36:15 AM
Nick Cave is in the movies?  Is this the same Nick Cave (he sang), a girlfriend of mine lived with in NY in the early 80s?  He wasn't particularly photogenic back then, so I can't imagine what he looks like now.  She said he didn't have a sense of humour and left him.  (That was before he made any money and had spent all of hers, obviously).

Should I look up his chinese sign?  I still remember hers, though i lost track of her, she moved to England after I invited her, married a Brit then moved to Seattle.

I must apologise, I still haven't read this thread entirely.  It'd be funny to make a list of who is what and who is compatible with who on getbig.  But I haven't time, I've got surveyors coming in to look at my flat tomorrrow, so I'd better do the dishes and mop the kitchen floor. 

Wish me luck (I'm already lucky, but wish me a good time?


xL
is this Nick Cave movie recommended?  Jerri told me lots and lots of stuff about him (she'd just left him, so was hurting), so I'm curious ! !!


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: xxxLinda on January 28, 2007, 08:01:02 AM
I'm going to look up the foot thing, since this thread has turned into a free for all
(and rightly so, it ought be about all alternatives). 
I've ripped pediology out of a magazine someplace and it's fascinating.  Your liver can be fixed by massaging the ball of your foot, but I can't remember whether the brain is the big toe or the heel.

Do I google pederast or podiatrist?  Kidding.


I'm just glad I have beautiful feet
And that I'm the only Monkey.


xxLinda


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Deedee on January 28, 2007, 04:06:24 PM
Yeah, it's probably impossible to put it into words exactly. What do you mean by "unfair"?

I meant it's unfair probably to judge other people as not having depths of emotion. But it seems to be so.

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I've been to Portugal, but it's a long time ago, i was still a kid. I don't remember that much from it. I want to go back this summer. I was thinking about going to Lisboa, i also want to check out Porto (the city, not the drink), and maybe the algarve area. For some reason i've gotten along with all the portuguese people i've met. Quite strange.

Can't wait till its summer again.

You'll love it. Go check on a Fado place if you can.  It's really amazing to see, and you won't find it anywhere else in the world. Good porto (the wine) too.  Last time I smuggled six bottles home in my suitcase.  I clinked and clanked from airport to airport.  It was worth it though.  :D  The food isn't so great, unless if you fance boiled potatoes and fish... but, minor detail.

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Lol, good one.
Well, we all need a cheat meal now and then to keep that metabolism going. 
It's hard to resist that "whipped" cream.

I agree.  :)



Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Camel Jockey on January 28, 2007, 04:29:09 PM
'86 so I'm a Tiger. RAWR!  ;D


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: 24KT on January 28, 2007, 09:38:57 PM
I'm going to look up the foot thing, since this thread has turned into a free for all
(and rightly so, it ought be about all alternatives). 
I've ripped pediology out of a magazine someplace and it's fascinating.  Your liver can be fixed by massaging the ball of your foot, but I can't remember whether the brain is the big toe or the heel.

I think the brain is the big toe, or at least slightly south, in the fleshy part between the big toe and the second toe, ...or that might be circulation (I'm not sure). Years ago my sisters boyfriend knocked himself out playing tennis. His brain was swollen, and doctors wanted to operate to relieve the pressure. my sister who knows very little about alternative solutions was ok with this, but she knew her boyfriend would want every alternative exhausted before having brain surgery. So my sister brought him to a herbalist / iridologist who was able to figure out what was wrong with him in a heartbeat. He mixed up a herbal concoction, then pulled off the guys socks, and with his knuckles stimulated the fleshy pad between his big toe and second toe. My sister's boyfriend, who, at the time, could only best be described as floating around in space somewhere, completely delusional and out of it, bolted upright, and screamed like a bat out of hell, due to the pressure this guy was applying to his feet, ... but it did the trick. The fluids and the swelling that had been building in his brain subsided. Within  hours he was feeling better, regaining his appetite, and returning back to normal. Within 48 hrs, you would never had known there was even a crisis. The doctors were stunned that reflexology and herbs were able to do what they with their millions of dollars of sophisticated machinery could not.

Months later, we got a series of wierd messages on our voicemail. It took saving a few of them and piecing them together to get a complete message and a complete return phone number. It turns out there was a  guy who had a similar brain injury, ...only he let the doctors operate, and he had to re-learn how to walk, talk, feed himself etc. He was trying to contact us for help but his speech was so bad, we couldn't understand the messages. Some things just really are NOT meant to be cut open. I think the human brain is one of them.


Title: Re: Your chinese sign
Post by: Faust on January 29, 2007, 07:04:07 AM
The food isn't so great, unless if you fance boiled potatoes and fish... but, minor detail.
Lol, my friend once made me a portuguese meal. Guess what, it was potatoes mixed with fish, lol. It wasn't that bad, a little salty.
You'll love it. Go check on a Fado place if you can.  It's really amazing to see, and you won't find it anywhere else in the world. Good porto (the wine) too.
I'll do that.  :)