The obligatory Chinese New Year thread
Year of the Ox indeed.
Be0, year of the ox doesn't mean you are allowed to do things to the poor oxen, hmm k?
So, he can do things with all the other animals but not the oxen?
If most people celebrate new year's day on the first day of january, and the chinese celebrate theirs around this time of the year, then does that mean that the chinese live on a different timeline? lol
Originally Posted by 999Ghosts
Chinese calender = lunar base
yours aren't just lunar based anymore
Kung Hei Fat Choi!
How do they say this? Ampao! Ampao for everybody!
Ox are similar but entirely different from cows, I think...its a cow without udders.
I seem to remember ox being hard working and cows being lazy.
fix that, for you
Originally Posted by Stuyvesant
Isn't it more that an ox is a castrated bull, and nothing else?
So we really should let Be0 cheer them up.
anyway to my "fellow" chinaman
enjoy your mooncake! since you always force your own children to over archieved on what you have failed.
..oxen is just the general name for domesticated cows, male or female.
A steer is a castrated bull.
And we eat mooncake during the harvest, not New Year.
New Year is time for lion dances.
And new clothes.
And lots and lots of red.
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