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ama_li
03-22-2007, 09:54 AM
The Rat
The Rat's best friends are Dragons or Monkeys. Their mortal enemies are Horses. To find out how other animal signs relate to the Rat, consult the list below.
•Rat
This partnership is bound to be successful, especially in business. However, beware of rivalry and stiff competition.
•Ox
Best as a love affair, this relationship is sexually thrilling but disastrous in marriage. The Rat and Ox have an appreciation for each other.
•Tiger
Tigers and Rats need to learn how to compromise. One should expect some dramatic clashes of temperament. They make good friends but lack any true passion.
•Rabbit
Rabbits and Rats become frustrated with each other -- Rats thrive on adventure, and feel that Rabbits lack energy and spontaneity. They are on different wavelengths.
•Dragon
This partnership is destined for happiness. There is plenty of understanding and passion between the two.
•Snake
The Snake and the Rat seem fascinated with each other. One can learn a great deal from the other, if they worked on their difference of characters.
•Horse
Unsuitable for one another, the Rat and the Horse are an unstable union, and better enemies than friends.
•Sheep
The relationship between the Sheep and Rat is at times an upwards struggle, although given goodwill on both sides it can be made to work.
•Monkey
The Monkey and Rat share the same outlook and a common understanding, resulting in an irresistable attractive between the two of them.
•Rooster
There is more conflict than love in this relationship. Too many differences need to be resolved for this relationship to go anywhere.
•Dog
Even though Rats finds Dogs a little boring, this match can achieve a stable union. Both share a mutual respect for the other.
•Pig
This relationship is a rollercoaster. The terrific companionship and attraction between each other can lead to exspensive fun, good friendship and great happiness.

The Oxen
The Oxen's best friends are Roosters or Snakes. Their mortal enemies are Sheep. To find out how other animal signs relate to the Ox, consult the list below.
•Rat
Best as a love affair, this relationship is sexually thrilling but disastrous in marriage. The Rat and Ox have an appreciation for each other.
•Ox
A good stable relationship but lacking in excitement.
•Tiger
The Chinese say that this could be one of the worst matches possible. Still, despite the probability of a horrible outcome, the Ox and the Tiger are drawn to each other. Their temperments will most likely clash.
•Rabbit
In the business world, Oxen and Rabbits are too laid back to make this relationship work, but a union between the two can lead to a gentle, contented domestic life.
•Dragon
Although attracted to each other at first, both the Dragon and the Ox are two stubborn to make this relationship work. The essential give and take is lacking.
•Snake
A great partnership -- sympathetic, loving, and understanding, both parties are on the same wavelength.
•Horse
Oxen and Horses are too confrontational. They are much better together in business than in bed.
•Sheep
A relationship best left dreamt about. Although oxen and sheep may be attracted to each other, their hearts and minds will never find common ground.
•Monkey
The Monkey and the Ox complement each other well, and when it works, the relationship can be fun on both sides.
•Rooster
A great match that is blessed by the gods. The sex, passion and excitment can lead to a happy and successful relationship.
•Dog
Although their is a small chance a relationship can develop, Oxen and Dogs have little in common, and neither is truly comfortable with the other. The odds are against this one happening.
•Pig
An abundance of sexual attraction and some shared attitudes make the Pig/Ox relationship worth persisting with. With any luck it will result in harmony.

The Tiger
The Tiger's best friends are Horses or Dogs. Their mortal enemies are Monkeys (dang dirty apes). To find out how other animal signs relate to the Tiger, consult the list below.

•Rat
Tigers and Rats need to learn how to compromise. One should expect some dramatic clashes of temperament. They make good friends but lack any true passion.
•Ox
The Chinese say that this could be one of the worst matches possible. Still, despite the probability of a horrible outcome, the Ox and the Tiger are drawn to each other. Their temperments will most likely clash.
•Tiger
What happens when you put two dominating, individualistic creatures together? A lot of posturing and a potato sack of arguing.
•Rabbit
The differences between Rabbits and Tigers somehow manage to weld them together and make them better people.
•Dragon
A relationship full of guts, arguing, and serious lovemaking. Sparks are abound to light their passionate fuses.
•Snake
Two many big differences for this relationship to work. Different outlook, different lifestyle and different objectives. Survey says: "Not going to happen!"
•Horse
A Rip-Roaring Action Thrill Ride! In all seriousness, the adventures the Horse and Tiger insure an exciting life together.
•Sheep
A relationship were both parties have TOO much respect each other. The two animals exert so much effort not to offend each other that they are never really comfortable. An excellent working relationship but a crummy marital one.
•Monkey
No. Under no circumstances should a Tiger and Monkey date. This relationship is deeply frustrating and will have the two partners climbing up walls and clawing at each other's throats.
•Rooster
The misunderstandings between Roosters and Tigers can create problems in their relationship. Both have to be ready to communicate to make it work.
•Dog
Mutual admiration and respect make this relationship a winning team and solid union.
•Pig
A good humored relationship that keeps both parties smiling. A union bound by friendship and common interests.

The Rabbit
The Rabbit's best friends are Sheep or Pigs. Their mortal enemies are Roosters. To find out how other animal signs relate to the Rabbit, consult the list below.
•Rat
Rabbits and Rats become frustrated with each other -- Rats thrive on adventure, and feel that Rabbits lack energy and spontaneity. They are on different wavelengths.
•Ox
In the business world, Oxen and Rabbits are too laid back to make this relationship work, but a union between the two can lead to a gentle, contented domestic life.
•Tiger
The differences between Rabbits and Tigers somehow manage to weld them together and make them better people.
•Rabbit
Rabbits love Rabbits it's a simple, successful pairing of two affectionate, highly-cultured, well-mannered individuals.
•Dragon
Unless they can learn to give and take, the differences between Dragons and Rabbits with bring them together or tear them apart.
•Snake
This relationship is all about sex. Really. Great. Sex.
•Horse
The Horse and Rabbit relationship is difficult but possible to achieve -- they can put up with each other despite conflicts.
•Sheep
Love as true and blue as the day God made it. Their shared interests, mutual respect and understanding make the Rabbit/Sheep relationship all the better.
•Monkey
When a Rabbit and Monkey get together, someone is going to be left drowning in their own tears (and it ain't the Monkey).
•Rooster
Polar opposites in every way, the Rooster and Rabbit have absolutely no common ground or interest to develop a relationship.
•Dog
A rock steady relationship with a lot of potential.
•Pig
Pigs and Rabbits are warm, happy, close and all around comfy with each other. They can have an enduring love for one another. The Dragon
The Dragon's best friends are Rats or Monkeys. Their mortal enemies are Dogs. To find out how other animal signs relate to the Dragon, consult the list below.

•Rat
This partnership is destined for happiness. There is plenty of understanding and passion between the two.
•Ox
Although attracted to each other at first, both the Dragon and the Ox are two stubborn to make this relationship work. The essential give and take is lacking.
•Tiger
A relationship full of guts, arguing, and serious lovemaking. Sparks are abound to light their passionate fuses.
•Rabbit
Unless they can learn to give and take, the differences between Dragons and Rabbits with bring them together or tear them apart.
•Dragon
Dragons with Dragons can make for powerful, strong relationships -- if they can learn to share the spotlight.
•Snake
Both the Snake and the Dragon are clever, crafty, quick-witted flirts, and make a perfect fit together.
•Horse
Horses and Dragons have great sexual relationships. A chemical in their brain binds their libidos together. If they can reach an understanding, they're looking at a great partnership.
•Sheep
They're sexually attracted to each other, but in the end Sheep and Dragons will realize they have different destinies, and were never meant to be. Sniff.
•Monkey
An exciting, vibrant relationship -- Monkeys and Dragons think alike and understand each other. Their relationships are destined for happiness and success.
•Rooster
Interesting, exquisite pair in an interesting, ego-centered relationship. They manage to look really good together until their meglomania gets in the way.
•Dog
Just keep on walking. Don't look back. Do say a word. Just walk. Dragon and Dog relationships are tumultous -- after all is said and done the relationship ends with both parties in an unhealthy mental state.
•Pig
Pigs and Dragons share a love so deep, cute and cuddly it will irritate those that co-inhabit the environment they love in. Even flowers cringe in their presence. Seriously -- it's a caring, sharing partnership.

Udeshsa
12-17-2008, 03:15 PM
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chamee777
12-17-2008, 03:16 PM
hello

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