Happy Chinese New Year

Happy Chinese New Year to all who celebrate it.

I might be heading towards the wrong profession according to ChinaToday.com:

Rabbit: You are the kind of person, that people like to be around affectionate, obliging, always present. You have a tendency, though, to get too sentimental and seem superficial. Being cautious and conservative, you are successful in business but would also make a good lawyer, diplomat, or actor.”

All is good though in the Rabbit pen as we’re considered the luckiest zodiac. The Rabbit’s forecast for 2008 in the words of moonslipper.com:

“During the final couple of months of 2007, the Rabbit will need to keep a close eye on his finances in order to avoid hardship during the Year of the Rat. 2008 will prove to be a very social and fun year, with a highlight on romance and get-togethers with friends. For the unattached Rabbit, this could well be the year to meet their soul mate. It will be important for Rabbits to be careful and avoid risk-taking during the Year of the Rat. Also, he needs to be aware that gossip and rumours may abound during the middle months of the year and that joining in with the whispers should be avoided – it could ultimately damage the Rabbit’s reputation. Home and hearth will be especially important this year – providing a safe and cosy sanctuary from a busy and eventful year. April and October will provide particular opportunities to travel and socialise.”

I love the way they refer to people as “he”. I know I’m a little too into football but that doesn’t make me a man. :/ Anyway being the clinical person I can be sometimes let’s see what the astrologist foresees… Jeez, things aren’t looking up on the finance department, being a university student and all. Must avoid that by turning to the Bank Of Daddy! (I’m only joking by the way, I don’t like having to borrow/use other people’s money. Makes me feel bad for receiving money today. Feels more gratifying spending money which has been self earned. Anyway, I’m babbling.). So, I’m a guy, who could potentially face adversity in the financial department but still find a soulmate. They say love brings more happiness than money…is it true? Can’t be! :P. To sum up my year, I’ll be one of those guys whose money could go down the pots if I’m not careful. Despite that potential financial downfall I could still find a soulmate because of my social and fun personality. With the social and fun personality though I may be prone to hearing rumours and gossip, possibly becoming a gossip queen (sorry, king) myself. That’s a no go according to moonslipper.com.


Well, if any of you are interested in knowing what 2008 holds for you just leave a comment with your date of birth and I will read your future like Mystic Meg :D. With a Chinese philosophical touch.

7 thoughts on “Happy Chinese New Year

  1. Alrighty. You are…sorry let me phrase this better otherwise it could sound insulting :D…your Chinese sign is Dog.

    From what I’ve read on my calendar Dogs are hard workers, perfectionists and love the small details. Although dogs can be anti-social, pessimistic and stubborn they the most honest and loyal of signs. Dogs are also great listeners and any advice given is intuitive.

    This is what stands before you in 2008 according to moonslipper.com (I’m rubbish at philosophy :D): “The focus for 2008 will be on career advancement and positive financial aspects for the Dog. An unexpected job offer or change in direction will most certainly come up during the Year of the Rat and will greatly delight the Dog. With careful planning, their financial situation could greatly improve this year, providing security and a chance to make improvements or investments on the home front. Many Dogs will decide to get married or have a child this year, with love being wonderfully highlighted. As with some other Zodiac animals, fascinating opportunities need to be seized before they are gone – the Dog needs to remain alert and enthusiastic at all times in 2008. Friendship is important for the Dog this year and it may be in their best interest to get out and about to meet new friends – such as joining a club or association that would interest them. Only their efforts will make 2008 the memorable year it can be. June and October will be very happy times romantically.”

    Seems all jolly for people whose sign is the Dog.

  2. Heh, I am a TIGERRRRR. (Which perhaps explains my temper.)

    I’m not really into Chinese mythology though. Although I’ve heard that year of the rats (like this year) are typically complicated years. :(

  3. @Hollie – Woohoo! More rabbits :D.

    @Ashley – Being a Snake for this year seems like a good thing :). With the mention of promotion and good social activity and all.

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