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When it comes to choosing lovely libertines or life-time companions, "Roosters" are a rather discerning lot. Not any creature will do thank you. Just keep those fowl-challenged folk (like rambuctious, twitchy-nosed "Rabbit") well away from those ripsnorting Red "Roosters" -- pleeease!!
The best mates for "Roosters" are "Snakes". Just avoid talking about Adam and Eve, or snake in Garden of Eden apple; it spoils Rooster's appetite. And whatever you do, make sure you don't introduce any snake oil sales associates, snake charmers, and snakes in grass ... or there will be hell to pay! If you don't know any venomless serpents, try "Oxes". Every "Rooster" needs to find a beautiful if not brave beast of burden willing to plod along affectionately, and not to complain too loudly about having to share a load of smelly organic material from barnyard of life.
And as a final note, in order to keep your rooster happy, just follow these three things:
1. Let them be Cock of Walk/Wok for one day. (Heck, thatís least you can do; after all, they know how to keep time, do runway thing, and cook stir fried meals for guests -- you donít)!
2. Listen to their cock and bull stories. (They desperately need an appreciative audience and besides, you donít really mind being entertained by a Big Bad Rooster do you!)
3. Warm cockles of their hearts like thereís no tomorrow; youíll have a fabulous feng-shui friend to play with for at least next 365 days, or possibly a lifetime and beyond -- provided you blow sweet nothings softly in his/her ear. (And donít forget, this advice also works well on February 14th, "Valentineís Day", another occasion to try out all really neat adult toys, chocolate candy kisses, and little red hearts.)
May Feng-Shui Force Be With You This Year, and before I forget ...
GUNG HAY FAT CHOY!
WISHING YOU HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY THROUGHOUT 2005!
Victoria Elizabeth, contributes her pithy poppycock to anyone who will listen -- especially her loyal, long-suffering subjects over in the Court of the Quipping Queen at www.quippingqueen.blogspot.com