Grab Some Luck!

Grab Some Luck In The Year Of The Water Tiger
Grab Some Luck In The Year Of The Water Tiger

This is the last day of the annual celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year. So, go grab some luck! Embrace the spirit of the Water Tiger. Be passionate; be daring; be fearless.

Grab, Not Just Luck, But Lasting Prosperity As Well

Remember that Confucianism is still the primary underpinning of Chinese culture and that Confucianism is centered upon a man’s family and heirs through the generations. As such, prosperity and fortune are measured less by a man’s immediate wealth than by the lasting strength of his family. So, don’t just grab some luck; grab it and prosperity and hang on to that tiger’s tail. 😉

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It's The Year Of The Tiger

It's The Tiger, After All
It’s The Year Of The Tiger, After All
It's The Tiger, After All
he Tail And Hang On
So Grab It By The Tail And Hang On

This Chinese Lunar New Year marks the beginning of the Year of the Tiger, specifically the Water Tiger, and that means we should passionately and with great stubbornness grab it by the tail and hang on. 😆

Want To Get Lucky In 2022? Fortune Favors The Bold

While it does seem there are a plethora of reasons to be so, don’t be Sinophobic. Indeed, avoid Sinophobia like you’ve tried to avoid COVID-19. Hate the evil yellow monkeys in Beijing, not the Chinese women in all their splendor.

After all, there’s a lot of luck in those little red and gold wrappings. You’ve just got to be bold and open them up!

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Occidentally Funny

Occidentally Funny
Occidentally Funny

This is completely, totally, and I’m fairly sure solely occidentally funny. 😆 👿 Still though, even in China, this would be considered a damn fine way of celebrating the Lunar New Year.

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Fortune Smiles

When Fortune Smiles Upon Her, She Smiles Upon Us All ... And Fortune and the booby fairy has certainly smiled upon her a LOT
When Fortune Smiles Upon Her, She Smiles Upon Us All
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And that’s the truth of it in this, the Year of the Metal Ox. As is so very, very obvious, fortune has smiled upon this particular Chinese babe and, in doing so, has smiled upon us all. Simply put, despite the mouthings of the grievance-mongers and their sheeple, when fortune smiles upon one, she smiles upon many of us. It’s not a matter of dividing the pie.

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Gong Xi Fa Cai

Gong Xi Fa Cai or Gung Hei Fat Choy

Whether you prefer Mandarin or Cantonese, here’s wishing you a joyous a prosperous year of the Rooster. Oh, and let me remind you all that, as Confucius taught, beautiful women and the children they’ll bear you are one’s true source of lasting prosperity.

And, if you really want to know why the money in those red envelopes isn’t the best thing to get for the new year, go here (NSFW). 😀

NOTE: To any and all of you ever-so-offended by White Men snowflakes – I’m well aware that it’s likely that not all of these beautiful women are actually proven to be of Chinese extraction. One does what one can and doesn’t allow the perfect to become the enemy of the good.

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