Noodlies for dinner tonight!
Monday 26 January 2009, 12:26 pm
Filed under: The Department of HappieHappieJoyJoy

Oh boy!

Chinese New Year!

It’s another Year of the Toaster here, but for the rest of the world it’s the Year of the Ox:

People born in the Chinese New Year of Ox, 2009 will preponderantly have the below mentioned traits in their character: Leadership qualities, dependable, great organizers, loyal, patient as well as strong and responsible. They are also some of the best people one can have as colleagues in the work place as they are believed to posses strong work ethics and display their creative side as well, especially when it comes to decorating their home.

Since the people born in the Ox year are also trusted to be reliable and logical, people generally turn towards them for suggestions and guidance. Their honesty and eye for details also helps them to prove their worth both in the workplace as well as in their personal lives.

However there are a few negative traits associated with the character of the Ox that also is reflected through the people born in the ox years. Attributes like being narrow minded, stubborn, with low public relations skills and also very far from being emotional are generally associated with people born in this year.

Wow! They are fluffy like puppies. Toaster wants one ….

If you were born in the year of the Ox this will be a special year for you. This means you, Blue Velvet!!!

Traditional New Year Foods:

Noodles should be uncut, as they represent long life.

Neat-o! We know what we’re having for supper tonight!

(For those of you scoring at home, Bwana is a Dog.)


3 Comments so far
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Thanks for the kind shout-out – it made my day!!!

Comment by Blue Velvet

Happy 50th Birthday Bwana! And many more!

Comment by Dottie

I echo Dottie’s sentiment. Toast all around!

Comment by Blue Velvet

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