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Welcome to the Chinese new Year

pierre_pierre
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Welcome to the Chinese new Year

its the year of the Ox but you dont want to be one
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A large cloven-hoofed, freq. horned ruminant mammal, Bos taurus, derived from the extinct Eurasian aurochs and long domesticated for its milk, meat, and hide, and as a draught animal; a cow, a bull; freq. spec., a castrated adult male of this animal

A few Expressions to help you on the way
Ai Bang Mai Ne: I bumped into the coffee table
Ar U Wun Tu: A gay liberation greeting
Chin Tu Fat: You need a face lift
Dum Gai: A stupid man
Gun Pao Der: An ancient Chinese invention
Hu Flung Dung: Which one of you fertilized the field?
Hu Yu Hai Ding: We have reason to believe you are harboring a fugitive
Jan Ne Ka Sun: A former late night talk how host
Kum Hia: Approach me
Lao Zi: Not very good
Lin Ching: An illegal execution
Moon Lan Ding: Achievement of the American space program
Ne Ahn: A lighting fixture used in advertising signs
Shai Gai: A bashful person
Tai Ne Bae Be: A premature infant
Tai Ne Po Ne: A small horse
Ten Ding Ba: Serving drinks to people
Wan Bum Lung: A person with T.B.
Yu Mai Te Tan: Your vacation in Hawaii agrees with you
Wa Shing Kah: Cleaning an automobile
Wai So Dim: Are you trying to save electricity?
Wai U Shao Ting: There is no reason to raise your voice
Si-Ling Fan: A device to keep you cool
Sum Dum Fuk: Irritating drivers
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

I thought for a second this was gonna be serious, then I read it  Tongue Cheesy
Very nice PP
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techguy
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

Since when does he ever start a serious thread at that time of day?
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<seriousness>
Kung hey fat choy (happy new year) by the way to any forum readers who are observing the Chinese New Year.
</seriousness>
And now back to the main point of the thread.
Very good.
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

I welcome your Chinese New Year Greeting and return same.
It is now year of the OX which bodes well for all Taurus born.(that includes me!  Wink ).It comes around every 12 years
Pity this O/S does not include chinese characters, otherwise I would write a few words.
Any Chinese friends out there?
kung hey fat choy      which I never saw on the menu but I bet it tastes super. Cheesy
techguy
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

I'd love to come back with some sort of witty Paul Merton esque response about not finding it on the menu but try as I might I cant think of one at the moment
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

Kung Hei Fat Choy 恭喜發財
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

Would just like to remind you all that posting should be done in English, according to the forum rules  Tongue Wink
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

and it didnt come out in Chinese hieroglyphics either
try this http://www.jackiechankids.com/files/Chinese_New_Year_Main.htm
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

Did on mine...
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

Obviously  Roll eyes
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Hieroglyphics are ancient Egyptian writing
pierre_pierre
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

I dont appear to have rubbish scripts on mine

That was an image
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

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Obviously  Roll eyes
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Hieroglyphics are ancient Egyptian writing

You've contradicted yourself there, how can I see something that doesn't exist  Wink Tongue Shocked Crazy Cheesy
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

my thought entirely below is whats an my display
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

Quote from: adiewoo
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You've contradicted yourself there, how can I see something that doesn't exist  Wink Tongue Shocked Crazy Cheesy

pierre_pierre said
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and it didnt come out in Chinese hieroglyphics either

and then you said
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Did on mine...

so I said
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Obviously  Roll eyes

because you said this
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Would just like to remind you all that posting should be done in English, according to the forum rules  Tongue Wink

I thought that you had seen the Chinese characters...obviously
pierre_pierre
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Re: Welcome to the Chinese new Year

sounds more like Irish to me