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  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Monkey
  •   People born under this sign are intelligent and quick thinkers. However, this can lead to impatience with others and boredom.

      Monkeys attract many friends because they are amusing and witty. However, they are not particularly loyal or reliable. They are so busy several interests at once that they often ignore others. They don't intend to be hurtful, it's just that their enthusiasm gets the better of them.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Monkey
  •   28 January 1998 - 5 February 1999: Tiger

      8 February 1997 - 27 January 1998: Ox

      19 February 1996 - 7 February 1997: Rat

      31 January 1995 - 18 February 1996: Pig

      10 February 1994 - 30 January 1995: Dog

      People born under the Chinese sign of the Monkey are great fun to be around. Monkeys are bouncy people, always young at heart, born entertainers, loving pranks and riddles. Happiest when they have an audience, they love social gatherings that are light-hearted. Others forgive their tendency to show off because they are such fun to have around.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Monkey
  •   9 February 2005 - 28 January 2006: Rooster

      22 January 2004 - 8 February 2005: Monkey

      1 February 2003 - 21 January 2004: Goat

      12 February 2002 - 31 January 2003: Horse

      24 January 2001 - 11 February 2002: Snake

      5 February 2000 - 23 January 2001: Dragon

      6 February 1999 - 4 February 2000: Rabbit
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Goat
  •   Often quiet and shy, Goats usually get their own way by using their charm. People born under this sign are good with people, their compassion making them great comforters - they have all the requirements for a successful and rewarding career in nursing.

      Goats are very lucky. Even when things don't go their way they often turn out to be blessings in disguise.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Goat
  •   28 January 1998 - 5 February 1999: Tiger

      8 February 1997 - 27 January 1998: Ox

      19 February 1996 - 7 February 1997: Rat

      31 January 1995 - 18 February 1996: Pig

      10 February 1994 - 30 January 1995: Dog

      23 January 1993 - 9 February 1994: Rooster

      The Chinese Year of the Goat

      Goats are gentle people, kind hearted and caring about the well-being of others. They are possibly the nicest personalities in the Chinese zodiac. If they accidentally cause others unhappiness they will be distraught.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Goat
  •   9 February 2005 - 28 January 2006: Rooster

      22 January 2004 - 8 February 2005: Monkey

      1 February 2003 - 21 January 2004: Goat

      12 February 2002 - 31 January 2003: Horse

      24 January 2001 - 11 February 2002: Snake

      5 February 2000 - 23 January 2001: Dragon

      6 February 1999 - 4 February 2000: Rabbit
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Snake
  •   People born under this sign are graceful and elegant. They are also cultured and intelligent, loving good books, music and the theatre. Snakes dress well and will never wear fake jewellery or cheap substitutes.

      Snakes are economical and efficient, using just enough energy to get the job done. Even when resting their minds are constantly working. Snakes should not be underestimated, if they put their mind to it Snakes can achieve great things.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Snake
  •   13 February 1983 - 1 February 1984: Pig

      25 February 1982 - 12 February 1983: Dog

      If you were born under the Chinese sign of the Snake, you are a classy Born undre the Chinese sign of the Snake!one! Snakes are wise and subtle, achieving through wit, cunning and stealth. Usually slow moving, they can strike with lightening speed, taking others by surprise.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Snake
  •   27 January 1990 - 14 February 1991: Horse

      6 February 1989 - 26 January 1990: Snake

      17 February 1988 - 5 February 1989: Dragon

      29 January 1987 - 16 February 1988: Rabbit

      9 February 1986 - 28 January 1987: Tiger

      20 February 1985 - 8 February 1986: Ox

      2 February 1984 - 19 February 1985: Rat
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Snake
  •   28 January 1998 - 5 February 1999: Tiger

      8 February 1997 - 27 January 1998: Ox

      19 February 1996 - 7 February 1997: Rat

      31 January 1995 - 18 February 1996: Pig

      10 February 1994 - 30 January 1995: Dog

      23 January 1993 - 9 February 1994: Rooster

      4 February 1992 - 22 January 1993: Monkey

      15 February 1991 - 3 February 1992: Goat
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Snake
  •   9 February 2005 - 28 January 2006: Rooster

      22 January 2004 - 8 February 2005: Monkey

      1 February 2003 - 21 January 2004: Goat

      12 February 2002 - 31 January 2003: Horse

      24 January 2001 - 11 February 2002: Snake

      5 February 2000 - 23 January 2001: Dragon

      6 February 1999 - 4 February 2000: Rabbit
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe History Of Coats Of Arms
  •   Armorial devices were the prerogative of the upper class. In early times even land could not pass from one person to another without the license of the king, and the sovereign was also involved in the granting of coats of arms. However, pretty soon other families in what might be called the middle classes started displaying their own coats of arms, although 'heralds' and other officers of the government tried in vain to keep the use of coats of arms confined to a privileged few. Today many homes display shields with the family coat of arms, the shields are smaller than those that used to hang in the baronial halls – but so are modern houses!
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe History Of Coats Of Arms
  •   It was in battle that the need for armorial bearings arose. In times of warfare it was the nobility, the land-owners, who were called upon for leadership, and each landowner would control his small group of illiterate men in battle. With the helmet of a suit of armour closed in battle it would have been difficult to identify the man inside, hence the distinctive coat of arms or family crest pictured on a shield and embroidered tabard became essential, the latter giving rise to the name ‘coat of arms’.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckChinese Astrology
  •   If they can control their impulsive streak they are usually successful in business. Intelligent and ambitious, Roosters work hard and like to be in control, often successfully running their own businesses.

      People born under this sign are extroverts and enjoy the company of others. They do not like to be criticised and their self-esteem can crumble if they are ridiculed.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckChinese Astrology
  •   28 January 1998 - 5 February 1999: Tiger

      8 February 1997 - 27 January 1998: Ox

      19 February 1996 - 7 February 1997: Rat

      31 January 1995 - 18 February 1996: Pig

      10 February 1994 - 30 January 1995: Dog

      The Chinese Year Of The Rooster..

      If you or your child was born in the Chinese year sign of the rooster you have far to go. Roosters are full of confidence, fearless and brave. They will take on an adversary far superior to themselves if they believe they are in the right.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckChinese Astrology
  •   9 February 2005 - 28 January 2006: Rooster

      22 January 2004 - 8 February 2005: Monkey

      1 February 2003 - 21 January 2004: Goat

      12 February 2002 - 31 January 2003: Horse

      24 January 2001 - 11 February 2002: Snake

      5 February 2000 - 23 January 2001: Dragon

      6 February 1999 - 4 February 2000: Rabbit
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Horse
  •   Horses need to be the centre of attention and need to be liked. However, they can be stubborn and want complete freedom to do as they wish regardless of other's feelings. Instinctive and intuitive, Horses care little for other people's opinions.

      People born under this sign like to dress up and they organise great parties. Never dull, they are likeable and great fun, if you're going on holiday and want to take a friend, choose a Horse!
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Horse
  •   25 February 1982 - 12 February 1983: Dog

      If you were born under the Chinese year sign of the Horse, you're great fun! Horses are usually strong, handsome people with bags of energy, natural athletes often drawn to outdoor sporty activities. Not suited to paperwork, people born under this sign dislike dealing with detail and need plenty of exercise to keep alert.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Horse
  •   6 February 1989 - 26 January 1990: Snake

      17 February 1988 - 5 February 1989: Dragon

      29 January 1987 - 16 February 1988: Rabbit

      9 February 1986 - 28 January 1987: Tiger

      20 February 1985 - 8 February 1986: Ox

      2 February 1984 - 19 February 1985: Rat

      13 February 1983 - 1 February 1984: Pig
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic posted by Tony LuckThe Chinese Year Of The Horse
  •   8 February 1997 - 27 January 1998: Ox

      19 February 1996 - 7 February 1997: Rat

      31 January 1995 - 18 February 1996: Pig

      10 February 1994 - 30 January 1995: Dog

      23 January 1993 - 9 February 1994: Rooster

      4 February 1992 - 22 January 1993: Monkey

      15 February 1991 - 3 February 1992: Goat

      27 January 1990 - 14 February 1991: Horse