Personality : Magical, shrewd, intuitive, artistic and very lucky. Alternately, can be stubborn, irritable and impulsive. Can also be rather worldly and hard to get close to. Full of vitality, self assured, bright and master of success. Somewhat proud and quick-tempered, the Dragon personality is always attractive.
The mighty and magnificent Dragon of mythical folklore never ceases to enchant or stir the imagination. The Dragon person is magnanimous and full of vitality and strength. To her life is a blaze of colors and she is constantly on the go. Egotistical, eccentric, dogmatic, whimsical or terribly demanding and unreasonable, she is still never without a band of admirers. Proud, aristocratic and very direct, the Dragon-born establishes her ideals early in life and demands the same high standards and perfection from others that she has for herself.
The powerful Dragon is difficult to contest, at times even impossible. She tends to intimidate those who dare challenge her. An angry, spurned Dragon could be like the big bad wolf at your door. She’ll huff and she’ll puff until she blows your house down.
In spite of her volcano of emotions, the Dragon cannot be said to be sentimental, sensitive or very romantic. Se takes love and adulation for granted: they are her just due. But while she maybe stubborn, irrational and overbearing when irked, the Dragon can forgive you the moment she gets over her outbursts. And since things are supposed to work both ways, she expects your forgiveness for her errors, too.
The Dragon likes: Festivals, Control, Wealth, Comfort, Concerts, Antique and Decadence.
The Dragon dislikes: Boredom, Cold, Dullness, Hunger, Hypocrisy and Quietness.
I lafu Rojakz. Go to his blog and collect your Chinese HORROR-scope and luck for 2006. I don’t believe in those craps but I do enjoy compliments like the above. 🙂 Just take the good ones, pretend you didn’t see the bad ones.
The other day I went to the Kuan Yin temple (for photography session la) and this little girl tourist told this dragon lady (me la) she is a dragon too. She probably is five years old I guess. Her parents were somewhere else, so cepat-cepat snap a few photos with her at the dragon statue. I make small-small reso, sked kena sue by the parents. So pretty hor? I mean the little girl.
This is post #6 for today.
13 thoughts on “I am dragon, see me spitfire”
It’s the year of the dog next year, and you’re a dragon…so….*calculate calculate* …errr…you’re 65 next year? LOL!!
whahaha.. i’m dragon aso leh auntie!! 😛
WOW.. 6 posts in a day? I salute you! 🙂
u dragon gal (penny)…stop starbuck-ing n do the tag.
sorry auntie, u shud noe dragon ppl very hard to catch…been chasing this one all over cyberspace edi.
jc – Hahaha, gathering holes for dragons here.
pelf – Nolah, bluff wan. This one copy and paste one, very easy mah. Wingz already gave out 12 signs, so I am plugging him for the effort lor.
Penny – We got many dragons. Pssst… doc is too.
Papi – Is that suppose to be funny? How so?
One more dragon coming!
Kak lilian, happy chinese new year!
Enter the Dragon
West ang moh little dragon and our very own local bred East Dragon met…. a good start to our CNY!! lol
helen – Three dragons fighting the force of the dog. Bring on ’em dogs….
marlinda – Lemme guess, you are 41-12 = 29? 🙂 No wonder we so ‘ngam’ ya?
I also dragen !!! in my previous life hahaha!
Me dragon too. BTW U didn’t matchmake the girl with your son ah?
Kak lilian :p
You ngam with everyone lor…tu pasai fofuler…heheh
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