Gung Hay Fat Choy.. DEANJOHN
Gung Hay Fat Choy!
The year of the Rat has been a very good one for me punting wise – although my last two tips on Saturday went like Busted Tijuana BrASSES! Still, you can’t win them all.
The Chinese New Year is upon us and it is the year of the OX! Gung Hay Fat Choy - Happy Chinese New Year to everyone! May prosperity be with you!
Start the year of the Ox with a winner – I have the first of my Caulfield selections ON LINE NOW! And right now – with our ON LINE BOOKMAKERS – it is showing odds of $6.50
It won’t be those odds tomorrow. Get on and take the $6.50 for a lazy $100 to collect $650. And don’t forget to check back tomorrow Monday for at least ONE more selection. Remember, when you buy my tips you can check back anytime for extra tips!
So GO TO IT NOW – Put the Fear of Death into those bookies! And Gung Hay Fat Choy! May prosperity be with us all!
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Eat Lucky Foods!
If ever there was a year in which we could all use a little luck, this one - the Year of the Ox - is certainly it.
One way to get lucky, say the Chinese, is to eat lucky foods.
So this Chinese New Year’s (starting Saturday, it is officially the year 4707), I am going to throw away the diet and start to eat up big! An abundance of food means I won’t be missing a single thing in my life and that I will have a very smooth year!
The Chinese eat long noodles for a long life. Dates and peanuts are considered lucky! And since the Chinese word for lettuce is similar to the word for money, I will be making sure lettuce shows up regularly on my plate too! And how could I forget lots of my favorite Chinese . . . Lemon Chicken! Mmmmm.
. . . I’m feeling very lucky about Caulfield Monday . . . . . .
I am about to have a big breakfast of noodles, spring rolls and clams . . . . I'm keen to get a TWO HORSE ALL UP TODAY after Saturday's hacks ran like hacks!
Noodles represent a long life; an old superstition says that it's bad luck to cut them. Both clams and Spring Rolls symbolize wealth; clams because of their resemblance to bouillon, and Spring Rolls because their shape is similar to gold bars.
Serve 'em up!
ok ive been trying to work out your breakfast and now my head hurts i thought it wasnt supposed to hurt until the end of aussie day , all i know is clams dont kook like bouilon and ive never eaten a spring roll that looks like a gold bar , i will take some panadol and keep trying
no no this is a food lovers guide to money if only i could work it out i really feel quite dumb at the moment .HELP