Happy Chinese New Year

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  1. Gr3yL3gion

    Gr3yL3gion Voice of Madness

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    Happy Chinese New Year to everybody around the world, hope you have a prosper year ahead and good health!

    Gong Xi Fa Cai, Xin Nian Kuai Le!
     
  2. ionimplant

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    Thank you! The same to you!:king: :goodjob: :lol: :cool: :) :D
     
  3. puglover

    puglover Disturber of Worldviews

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    Happy Year of the Pig!
     
  4. Swedishguy

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    Isn't it a bit late to celebrate a new year?
     
  5. Eran of Arcadia

    Eran of Arcadia Stormin' Mormon Retired Moderator

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  6. Gr3yL3gion

    Gr3yL3gion Voice of Madness

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    Chinese follow their own version of lunar calendar.
     
  7. Ramius75

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    Happy lunar new year to everyone !!!! :D

    Gong Xi Fai Cai !!!
     
  8. punkbass2000

    punkbass2000 Des An artiste

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  9. Swedishguy

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    I'm a monkey.
     
  10. punkbass2000

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    This I knew. ;)
     
  11. AL_DA_GREAT

    AL_DA_GREAT amour absinthe révolution

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    I have a few left over fireworks. I am going out now to celebrate. bye
     
  12. Swedishguy

    Swedishguy Deity

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    Huh? You're seriously gonna do it? :eek:
     
  13. Cheezy the Wiz

    Cheezy the Wiz Socialist In A Hurry

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    Why is that a surprise?
     
  14. Kraznaya

    Kraznaya Princeps

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    Perhaps fireworks are seriously regulated in his locale?
     
  15. civverguy

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    Happy Chinese New Year!
    I'm celebrating right now!:banana: :cheers: :band: :dance:
     
  16. kcwong

    kcwong Emperor

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    &#24685;&#21916;&#30332;&#36001;! &#26032;&#24180;&#24555;&#27138;!
    Happy Chinese New Year! :D
     
  17. Dann

    Dann Green bug

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    Lunar New Year is not just Chinese. It's celebrated in many other countries as well. In Vietnam it's known as Tet.

    Gong Xi Fa Cai! [party]

    Gong Hei Fat Tsoy! :dance:

    Kiong Hi Huat Tsay! :bounce:

    :newyear:
     
  18. Dann

    Dann Green bug

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    To all married people older than me:





    *translation: Gimme my red packet!*
     
  19. Perfection

    Perfection The Great Head.

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    Red packets are so cool! Much better then green envelopes and blue folders!
     
  20. Dann

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    It's a tradition. Kids and young unmarried people get small red packets today which contain money.

    Here's a sample:
     

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