GONG XI FA CAI

I would like to take this opportunity to wish all the wonderful Bloggers and Silent Readers 
A Very Happy & Prosperous Chinese New Year!

It's time to leave behind all the Snake Bites and Shortcomings of our foes & enemies. To err is humane and to forgive is divine.
Time to gallop on like a Happy & Steady Horse!!

Yeeee Haaww!!

 
 Huat Arrrrr!!!!!




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  1. Elo, just in time for me to comment here before I go into “hibernation”… Most of the time will not be in the house, will be on the go, so will only surf using my phone. No way I will be commenting using my phone.

    So yes, thank you for posting now, so that I can kacau a bit before I go back at 5.30pm… Wait.. go back at 5.30pm? So cham hor? My previous company would have let us go off after 12pm or 3pm ya know?

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    1. Sure you wana say you haven’t finished editing and I have already commented? Kekeke.. Well, told you I am hogging my desktop whole day most of the time, so if there’s any updates in my blog list, I would know very fast.. Depends whether I wana fast fast komen or not jeh..

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    2. Sometimes I can spam very fast, hands non stop tuk-tuk on the keyboard.. But sometimes, I still need to use my brain juice to think what and how to komen.. You know la, I scared kena cursed if I write something sensitive or rude ma, kan.. I “kena” before so I have to be extra careful on what to komen here..

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    3. Heh heh....So short post no need to edit. Wishing you the Ribbon Princess and her Ribbon Prince a Very Happy & Prosperous Chinese New Year!!

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    4. I dunno why when I see your Yee-Hawww, it reminds me of Vrooomm Vroomm.. I think I have seen you write a few times Vroooom Vrooom since a few days ago, kekeke.. Well, I heard those born in the year of Dog, Rooster & Ox will have a good year ahead, with the Dogs having “kuai yan” at work..

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    5. You mean those Woof Woof, Kiok-Kiok and Moo Moo will be Huat this year. You become Tukang Tilik Nasib kah? Muahahahaa

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    6. General tip: Place a "pei yau" (I don't know the pinyin for this word, I think it's pixiu, if it's wrong, sorry hah) on your working desk to get rid of bad luck and bad chi. Alternatively, place a mini bamboo tree on your work station to get rid of those evil & ghosts (I am talking about your bosses, haha)...

      Well, this is general one la, no need to depend on your zodiac or what-not.. They say the "pei yau" is good as it has only front and no back (yau yap nou chut), so all your good luck (and money) will go inside and never come out :)

      Ok, sekian..
      P/S: Suka baca, boleh ikut. Tak suka baca, tak payah ikut :)

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    7. Aiyoh, I am not a tukang tilik nasib la.. Nor do I have any interest in these kinda things.. But I like to read.. So I read a lot on this recently..You know la, people forward forward kat internet, etc.. Aiyoh, I am hogging the pc and sometimes bloggers not yet update their post, so I ma surf the net to read something lor..The read read ha, eh, interesting wor..

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    8. Did you place all the money on top of the horses? 馬上有錢 eh~

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    9. You talking to me ahh? I suppose so coz you are replying in the same thread..
      Err, I don't know mandarin, what you write at the end there? Kekekeke..
      Nope, I did not place money on top of any figurines, but I did place some one-cent coins in a corner, all in a cute (transparent) fish bowl for good luck, good chi, "tong" evil, whatever, kekeke...

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    10. Sure boh this Ribbon Feng Shui Queen??? I placed money everywhere and more losses la!!! Muahahaha

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    11. wah, this LouizYee is sure the Moyang of All Nenek Kebayan!! she can talk so much even longer than your post itself!! such a short and generic greeting post, i can only leave one comment, but look at this Auntie Ribbon, hebat lah dia~~

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    12. I take this as a compliment wor ok.. Thank you sin wor for puji-ing me... I also very pui fook myself actually... Just a simple CNY greeting and I can komen until so cheong hei... Good thing or bad?

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  2. Happy Lunar New Year to you and your wife...

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    1. Gong Xiiiiii Faaaaaa Caiiiii !!!!! May the sun shine hot and bright in Singapore.

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  3. i'm glad to have heard from some friends that this year is going to be a good one for those born in the snake year :'D

    my favourite horses are the top right and bottom left (: i'm not too big a fan of the die-cut kind that everybody (for some reason) seems to love.

    GONG XI FA CAI TO YOU & YOUR FAMILY!!! Huat aaahhh 88888

    RC: your guess was close.. the photos were taken in Putrajaya. not Cyber. hehe

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    1. You are a snake!!! Gong Hisssss Fatt Choy!!!!

      Oh yeah, Cyberjaya is next to Putrajaya. Any prize for the guess? LOL

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  4. Happy Chinese New Year Anay & Letchumi!
    :)

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  5. Happy New Year to you, I'm horse and let's to run like a horse for this year.
    My favourite horse, i can't think about anything.

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    1. Yeeee Hawwwww!!!


      Eh you better ask your mum register your name at the temple as all Horse born will go against yearly deity. Do it by tomorrow!

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    2. no need i guess, because he is no more Mr Lonely but Mr Happy you noticed??

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  6. HUAT ARRR!!! Gong Xi Fa Cai to Anay and Letchumi, wishing you a year of horse which is filled with an abundance of prosperity, happiness, luck, health and wealth.. ONG MALI, HUAT ARRR!!!

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    1. Cant belif i'm tuk-tuk-ing on my phone now to reply you.. Bear with me if I got typo here and there..
      Wah eyeglasses drop wor... You king of cheong-hei only 1 komen? yau mou tai chor? kekeke...

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    2. i am not the King of Cheong-hei lah.. don't take this title away from Twilight Man mah, right?? but the Mother of All Cheong-hei is definitely you lor, Auntie Ribbon, you win that Small Kucing jor, hahaha!! :D

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  7. Gong Xi Fa Cai, TM and family! Thanks for your lovely card and the 'fook' wording!

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  8. Happy Chinese New Year to YOU and your family/friends....

    We are having a very cold, frigid month here in Tennessee.. Temperatures have gone down below Zero (F) several times... VERY rare for our area of the country.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. Same to you and all your loved ones. Cheers!

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  10. Gong Xi Fatt Chaii..
    hope you kena more 4D lottery .. HUATTTTT AHHHHHH

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  11. Happy Lunar Year to you too..Let's us all have a more prosper Year of Horse..Kena 4D & Jackpots will definitely help a lot...haaaa..

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  12. Good afternoon TM!
    Guess many of us already 'sao gong' and get ready to rock the year of the horse!!

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    1. Too bad CNY this year falls on 'wrong timing', and that makes not much CNY feel to me, hehe~

      Anyway, I wanna wish you and family a happy and prosperous chinese new year!

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  13. Yeee hawwwwwww

    Gong hei fatt choy to tm and his wife

    Agree with what you say forget the snake bites and gallop happily

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  14. Happy Chinese New Year!!! Gong Xi Fa Cai!!! =]

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  15. Happy year of the horse, Twilight Man! xxx

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  16. Gong xi fatt chai Anay and Letchumi :)

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    1. Thank you so much for the greeting card :)

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  17. Wish you Happy Horse (New) Year

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  18. Wishing you & family a Hor-seh & Horsperous CNY. Horse UP Got $$$

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  19. Huat ah!! Here's wishing you & family a Happy CNY too!

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  20. Gong Xi Fa Cai to you & your family!

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  21. Happy Chinese New Year to you and family! A bit late to comment here but it's still Chinese New Year what haha! Wishing you abundance of happiness, health and wealth this Year of the Horse! : )

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  22. Happy Year of the horse Twilight Man!! Hope this year will be awesome! Amen...

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  23. Happy CNY to you and your family too! :)

    Have a good Year of the Horse!

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  24. Happy Chinese New Year to you and family, TM!

    Blessed with abundance of health, wealth, joy and many many more.

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  25. How could I forgot to wish my silent readers???? Oh nooooo!!

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  26. I only wished GXFC to my freqeunt readers forgot to mention the silent readers, So I need to be more like you, so thoughtful.. LOL!!

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  27. HAPPY CNY TO TWILIGHT ZONE AND ALL HIS BLOG READERS!!! AND ALSO TO HIS SILENT READERS.. next time don't be silent, please leave your comment hahahaha!!!

    p/s: capslock for prosperity :)

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  28. Hope you had a smashing Lunar New Year

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