Bride & groom’s animal sign

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  1. We have gathered here today to celebrate the marriage of Paul and Linda, and I think it’s fitting that this is also the Year of the Rat in the Chinese calendar. I say that because unless Linda changes Paul’s living habits, the Year of the Rat could take on great meaning in their house…and probably for longer than just one year.

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  2. When writing this speech I turned to the East to draw upon the wisdom of the Chinese. For those of you that don’t know, Chinese Horoscopes are based on the year that you were born and are depicted by animals… I myself was born the year of the snake. Those born under this sign are deep thinkers and methodical with a reputation of wisdom, charming and seductive, fastidious about their looks and have elegant taste. Since all of those these things are true, I knew it was worth checking out. Paul was born in the year of the Rabbit!! Not much else to be said about that really. And Linda, she is considered by the Chinese to be exotic, willful and elegant. But be careful, Paul, the Chinese also consider her to be superior to all other animals… Linda was born in the year of the Dragon!

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