Tuesday, February 5, 2019

PIG!

Western New Year which always starts on Jan. 1, the Chinese New Year is dictated by the lunar cycle, usually falling between Jan. 20 and Feb. 21. It’s a major holiday celebrated in China, as well as many neighboring countries and around the world.This year, the Chinese New Year begins today, which initiates the Year of the Pig. Those born in a Year of a Pig “have a beautiful personality and are blessed with good fortune in life.” Pigs are likely to find 2019 to be a “transitional year” that contains tricky situations that are best overcome by sticking them out. I  know many won't be shocked to learn, Im a rooster, or as MM#1 Fan says, Cock! Figures right? The one thing I like about my company, we celebrate many cultures, and they let us create our own displays for things like this... and this year we did another creation at our store for Year of the Pig.

 If you or someone you know is a pig did you know some of their traits?Philanthropic, compassionate, generous, and never betray or cheat friends out of personal interest. Widely popular, take good care of friends. Frank, kind-hearted, resolute, having a strong sense of justice, open and aboveboard, and not bother about small matters in addition to optimistic, contented, and don't like to compete with others. Some of the weaknesses are said to be  they are  naïve, gullible, short-tempered, and  sluggish.Pig is one of the most likable signs out there. Pigs are honest, forgiving, good-tempered, cheerful, generous, and compassionate. They are responsible and determined and when they set a goal in life, they will devote all their energy to achieve it. They will never refuse to give those in need a helping hand, but they rarely seek help from others.

Does this mean we can all gorge on bacon this year???

33 comments:

  1. Your displays rock, Mistress! Lots of red and gold to ensure good luck and prosperity. I too am a Rooster!

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  2. WOW! Thats great and stylish!

    Your men must love when year of the cock, I mean rooster rolls around?

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    1. You ask me every year is Year of the Cock around here.

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  3. it's always hard for you to hide your rooster. it's always showing, hell that's every year! lovely work though mistress.

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  4. I'm hoping for a pork sword or two to celebrate... Jx

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    1. You never needed a year before to do that dear. And will they cross each other?

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    2. Depends whether some bitch tries to get between me and a pork treat, really... Jx

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  5. BACON makes everything better! my spouse is a pig, I am a horse. and you are a cock; true fax dat (in a nice way, of course)! your displays are fabu as always.

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  6. I'll gorge on bacon and/or ham anytime I want to! I don't see how this is different from any other year in that regard. I like the displays. Very classy!

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  7. Love the display.So very cool and chic and fun.
    As for bacon, I eat it whenever I effing want to, Year of the Pig or not! Dammit!
    I am a Rooster so I guess that makes me a Cock, too. Go figure.

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    1. Make it a bacon margarita and you've got yourself a deal!

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  9. Oh I love the Lunar New Year display. Things like that always catch my eye when I'm shopping.


    And hell, my big ass will eat bacon on anything!!!! I myself am a rabbit.

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  10. Category is Asian Realness! Your store must be very chic, sure looks it.

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  11. As long as they don't fly I'm happy !!

    Beautiful styling Mistress! I adore it.

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  12. I'm a dog. It must be true as that's what my ex- called me.

    I think it would be great to follow you around one day to see all you do.

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  13. Loverly displays. Me - monkey. The Engineer - goat. Twins - oxen. Youngest - snake!

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  14. Guess what? I too am pig.

    Good work as always. Cool they let you be creative like that.

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  15. If it will bring me, bacon, ham and pork as usual. Ill be happy.

    Lovely work Mistress.

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  16. I'm an Ox and they my character is spot on....they even droped a hint about me making a special effort to change my sheets this year!

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  17. Lovely work!

    Year of the pig? I sure hope I don't get the swine flu?

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  18. Fabulous displays, mistress.
    I am a "pig" and yes, I do display most of the characteristics. Having said that I do think it's all a load of bahoola. 😉

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  19. I love the displays, and after reading about the pig we gotta call that idiot in the WH something else. Calling him a pig is insulting to awine everywhere.

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  20. Shoot. Didn’t you have any friends willing to stand in the windows for you? Great displays anyway. Cock, huh? Yeah, me... I’m a Horse. Happy Lunar New Year.

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  21. We celebrated by making Chinese for dinner. Happy CNY!

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Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!

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